Business

TCU Accounting Ranks Top 16 and Top 50 in the Nation

If you’re majoring in accounting or going after your Master of Accounting degree at TCU, you’re in one of the top programs in the country. For the second year in a row, the TCU BBA and MAc programs rank among the best in the nation in the Public Accounting Report. The TCU undergraduate accounting program… Read more »

Changing the Way Leaders Think About Leadership

We’ve spent years teaching business leaders to master age-old concepts of efficiency and control. Dr. Mary Uhl-Bien’s research shows that last century’s models don’t work in today’s complex environments. We live and work in the 21st century, but today’s businesses are still based on 100-year-old Industrial Age models. “Instead of concentrating solely on efficiency and… Read more »

TCU Real Estate Team Brings Home the Gold

TCU Neeley students went the distance for a year to win First Place and $50,000 over every school in the country in the Real Confidence™ University Portfolio Challenge. “The real-life investment experience attracted me to the challenge,” said PMBA student Victoria Shlakhter, senior analyst at Goldman Sachs and the only graduate student on the team…. Read more »

Neeley Supply Chain Management Graduate Programs Rank 14th in US

Neeley’s graduate programs in supply chain management jumped 10 places to No. 14 in the nation in Gartner’s 2016 ranking. A well-managed supply chain keeps a business running smoothly, effectively and efficiently. TCU is preparing for the future of supply chain by delivering a top-rated graduate supply chain program. TCU’s graduate supply chain programs jumped… Read more »

Advanced IT for Electronic Medical Records Isn’t One-Size-Fits-All

Government standards are too high and the risk of failure is too great if health care providers rush to provide electronic medical records and get it wrong, shows research by Sriram Thirumalai. “Health care delivery is one of the most critical and complex services in the world; therefore, developing and optimizing electronic medical record capability… Read more »

InterWallet from Loyola Marymount Wins TCU’s 2016 Richards Barrentine Values and Ventures® Competition

College students from 47 universities came to TCU April 8-9 for the sixth annual Richards Barrentine Values and Ventures® Competition, to demonstrate their heads for business and their hearts from humanity. The undergraduate students pitched plans for products and services that benefit a specific population, community or the environment while making a profit. The annual competition… Read more »