The best way to get to know our culture and feel confident in your application is to meet us at an MBA event. Our students, alumni, and admissions staff host different types of events throughout the year to give you many opportunities to get to know our community, faculty, and academic & career resources. October 30th is the final deadline for our next class of Evening MBAs (starting in January 2019) and the first round deadline for our Executive, DFW, and Houston MBA programs (starting in fall 2019).
Evening MBA Application Process
Executive MBA Application Process
Dallas/Fort Worth MBA Application Process
Houston MBA Application Process
Please review the upcoming events below to understand which events are best suited for you and your place in the application process. Register now to hold your spot!
This MBA Insider info comes from Sharon Barrett, Director of Working Professional and Executive MBA Admissions.
If you compare the class profiles of our Executive MBA with our Professional MBAs– Evening MBA, MBA at Dallas/Fort Worth, and MBA at Houston programs– the differences can seem obvious. But there’s actually a broad grey area, where many professionals could fit well into either the Executive MBA or one of our Professional MBAs.
In the end, it’s a very personal decision about where to submit your application. But remember, it’s a two part process. You decide where you belong and the admissions committee agrees on the fit. Here is some advice on how to make an informed choice about which Working Professional MBA program to choose.
Consider Your Level & Years of Work Experience
Average work experience for the MBA Programs:
While people with the minimum eight years of experience do join the Executive MBA, there are relatively few. Executive MBA candidates become more competitive closer to ten years of work experience. On the other side, Professional MBA candidates must have a minimum of two years of full-time work experience, and candidates get competitive with closer to four years. The admissions committee doesn’t simply count the years but evaluates the level and quality of your work experience– the impact you’ve made in your organization, advancement in your role or responsibilities, and unique accomplishments.
As we’ve stated before, the best time to apply to the Texas MBA Program is when you’re ready and can put forth your best MBA application. If you find yourself ready to apply to our Texas Executive, Dallas/Fort Worth or Houston programs now, in late spring, but think you must wait until the next year’s application cycle, you may be happy to know that these programs currently have a Rolling Deadline and are still accepting applications for the fall 2017 start date. We encourage you to consider this option.
What does “Rolling Deadline” mean?
The Texas MBA at Dallas/Fort Worth and Texas MBA at Houston programs are prestigious, flexible MBA programs tailored to fit your lifestyle, allowing you to work full-time while earning an MBA from a globally-recognized brand within a network of award-winning faculty and accomplished students.
See what the Class of 2016 for the Texas MBA at Dallas/Fort Worth program had to say about their first year in the program:
And here’s what the Class of 2016 for the Texas MBA at Houston program had to say about their first year in the program: