The University of Texas at Dallas

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Founded in 1975, following the establishment of The University of Texas at Dallas in 1969. The three visionary founders of Texas Instruments sparked the University’s creation when they launched a research center in 1961. In 2011, the School of Management was renamed the Naveen Jindal School of Management for an MBA graduate, Naveen Jindal, in recognition of his generous gift.

Currently, the Jindal School offers nearly 40 degree programs at the undergraduate, graduate and PhD levels. We have more than 10,500 students and more than 300 faculty members.

The Jindal School has achieved top standing as one of the foremost public business schools in the nation. Various academic programs — including the Executive MBA, Full-Time MBA, Professional (Part-Time) MBA and Management Information Systems program — are highly ranked by Businessweek, Financial Times and U.S. News & World Report. Our Executive MBA is ranked No. 2 in Texas and no. 24 Worldwide for Global Executive MBA Programs Executive MBA program by CEO Magazine (2022). Our Full-Time MBA is ranked No. 10 among public university programs and No. 27 (tied) overall, Best Graduate Business Schools, U.S. News & World Report (2023-2024). The school has earned these distinctions by offering relevant, rigorous curriculums developed by exemplary teachers and leading researchers. A world-renowned faculty, hardworking staff, talented students and outstanding facilities contribute to creating a superior learning environment.