The University of Texas at Dallas was founded by Texas Instruments as a research center in 1961, before the corporation gave it to the state of Texas to establish as a branch of the UT system in 1969. Today UT Dallas is a major research university dedicated to interdisciplinary education and collaborative research.

The Jindal School of Management was founded in 1975 and named in 2011 after gifts from alumnus Naveen Jindal. The Jindal School has been acclaimed as a top business school by Businessweek, US News and World Report, The Wall Street Journal, and Financial Times.

The MBA online provides one of the most flexible AACSB-accredited programs in the nation, allowing students to take courses on their own time, without cohorts, and with their own self-designed specializations.

Application packets include:

  • GMAT or GRE scores
  • Transcripts
  • Resume
  • Three letters of recommendation
  • Personal objectives statement

Tuition for a typical program (2 courses per semester for 3 years) is $40,000. For students who are interested, the Jindal School offers an online course demo to realistically show the course experience, as well as an online information session for live answers to questions. Financial aid is available, including loans and a competitive scholarship for the Professional MBA.