2017-2018 Graduate Catalog


Educational Leadership, MBA/Ed.D.

The purpose of this program is to prepare students to assume major leadership positions in a wide variety of education-related organizations by applying managerial skills and educational leadership in the field of education. The program is designed to prepare students to enter educational management in school systems, regional, state, or federal governments, higher education institutions, research institutions, private foundations, or private sector companies.

Admission/Degree Requirements

Candidates must be admitted to both the Neeley School’s MBA program and the College of Education’s Ed.D. program. They must then meet all core requirements listed below as well as complete the START Workshop
or other designated orientation. In the event a student elects to complete the MBA without continuing into the doctoral program, he/she must meet all remaining requirements for the MBA (i.e., elective units in the School of Business). If a student's work is unsatisfactory in MBA courses, and he/she is not permitted to continue, he or she may not be permitted to commence the doctoral program. Throughout the program, students must maintain a B average. At the completion of coursework, students will take written and oral comprehensives before proceeding into the dissertation stage.

Full-Time MBA Curriculum

ACCT 60010Financial Reporting

1.5

ACCT 60020Accounting for Managerial Planning and Control

1.5

BUSI 60050Global Environment of Business

1.5

BUSI 60070Business Simulation

1.5

FINA 60020Managerial Economics

1.5

FINA 60010Financial Management I

1.5

INSC 60010Statistical Models

1.5

INSC 60020Managing Operations and Processes

1.5

INSC 60600Concepts in Supply Chain Management

1.5

MANA 60230Legal Env of Business

1.5

MANA 60330Engaging and Empowering People

1.5

MANA 60340Leading and Guiding Organizations

1.5

MANA 60630Strategic Management

1.5

MANA 60460Business Ethics

1.5

MARK 60010Marketing Management

1.5

Electives

6

Professional Curriculum: MBA courses taught in the evening

ACCT 60010Financial Reporting

1.5

ACCT 60020Accounting for Managerial Planning and Control

1.5

BUSI 60050Global Environment of Business

1.5

BUSI 60070Business Simulation

1.5

FINA 60020Managerial Economics

1.5

FINA 60013Management of Financial Resources

3

INSC 60013Data Analysis for Managerial Decisions

3

INSC 60020Managing Operations and Processes

1.5

INSC 60040Managing Information Technology

1.5

INSC 60050Business Analytics

1.5

INSC 60600Concepts in Supply Chain Management

1.5

MANA 60230Legal Env of Business

1.5

MANA 60350Competitive Advantage through People

1.5

MANA 60460Business Ethics

1.5

MANA 60670Strategy Formulation

1.5

MANA 60680Strategy Implementation

1.5

MARK 60010Marketing Management

1.5

Electives

4-5

Ed.D. Degree Requirements

The M.J. Neeley School of Business and the College of Education offer the MBA/Ed.D. in Education with a business option. Details about this program are provided in the College of Education section of this catalog. For more information, please see www.coe.tcu.edu/graduateprograms.asp.