#20 in U.S.
CEO Magazine, 2019
Tier 1 in Global Rankings
CEO Magazine, 2019
One of the
"Best Business Schools"
The Princeton Review, 2016
A "Best for Vets"
business school, UTA
#1 "Best for Vets"
university in Texas
Military Times, 2016
nationally for diversity
U.S. News & World Report, 2013-2016
John C. Terrell
Vice President, Commercial Development
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport
Using the same competitive spirit to find the right EMBA as he did to move up the ranks at DFW Airport, John began his program search with a list of considerable must-haves. The right EMBA had to offer a convenient schedule, a robust opportunity to network and a China trip that was truly business oriented, not a sightseeing excursion.
Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex
Always an entrepreneur, Kim wanted the classic business training afforded by an EMBA, but she wanted it in non-bureaucratic style. Not only was UTA's program the fastest route to an EMBA, it was also the most convenient. (Classes start at 1 p.m. Friday and go until 8 p.m., with a real dinner served at 5 p.m.)
Director of North American Insights
Why did Brett choose the UTA EMBA? It was UTA's individualized approach, not the one-size-fits-all, impersonal approach of the other programs. UTA's forward-thinking curriculum is based on what will build better aptitude and leadership for where business is going in the future, not based on the business of the past.
Chief Human Services Officer
Kathy Weaver is recipient of the UTA EMBA's Outstanding Early Career Achievement award. She values collaboration, both in the EMBA program and the workplace. "I find that I work best in an environment that's very collaborative. When collaboration is in place, it brings out the drive and the passion and the energy, and it really leads to the best results."
President and Owner
"My experience with the UTA EMBA program was great. I really enjoyed my fellow students. They brought a lot of experience and knowledge to the table that I didn't have. Each of my classmates came from different industries, whether it was healthcare, pharmaceuticals, airlines, travel. They all kind of looked at business through a different lens."
President & Chief Operations Officer
Horizon Air; Alaska Air Group
David Campbell was impressed because UTA is a reputable school with a great academic record. In addition, a program promoting school-work-life balance was important to him. "My time was worth a lot to me. This program is built for working professionals." He said UTA's program caters to both senior executives and young professionals. And he was sold on the fact that UTA has a strong community network.