TCU Neeley School of Business

2900 Lubbock Avenue, Fort Worth, Texas, 76109, United States

About TCU Neeley School of Business

Established in 1884 as Commerical School, The Neeley School of Business (renamed in 1967 after a long-serving trustee) is the business school of Texas Christian University (TCU), a private university located in Fort Worth, Texas.

TCU’s location is within the Dallas-Fort Worth "Metroplex" which Forbes magazine has described as the "Fourth Best Metropolitan Area for Business".

The school has over 2600 students across undergraduate and graduate courses, making up a third of TCU’s overall student population.

Courses on offer include the undergraduate bachelor of business administration, taken by nearly 2,300 students. Graduate options are: master of accounting; Full-time MBA; Professional MBA; Executive MBA; Energy MBA; Health Care MBA; MS Supply Chain Management and Educational Leadership/MBA.

Neeley’s Centers of Study tackle leadership (Tandy Center for Executive Leadership) entrepreneurship (Neeley Entrepreneurship Center which runs numerous special programmes for entrepreneurs), the global supply chain (Center for Supply Chain Innovation), real estate (Center for Real Estate), market performance (Sales and Customer Insights Center) and the LKCM Center for Financial Studies provides support and resources for Neeley’s finance programme.

Accredited by the AACSB, Neeley has received numerous rankings for its courses. These include a string of top 20 placing for the BBA course from the Business School magazine, Poets and Quants. Entrepreneur/Princeton Review put Neeley among the Top 25 Undergraduate Schools for Entrepreneurship between 2012-2017. Meanwhile, the College’s MBA was awarded 10th Best Administered by The Princeton Review and 2nd for Faculty Quality by The Economist. The Economist also placed Neeley’s EMBA as 8th in the US and 18th in the world.