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The University of Texas at Dallas Naveen Jindal School of Management

#44

Contact our general manager with any questions. Profile updated: January 30, 2020.

Contact Information

Location:
MBA Programs Office
800 West Campbell Road SM 21
Richardson, TX 75080-3021
Admissions Office:
972-883-5055
School Social Media:

School Data

Annual Tuition: $14,719

Total Tuition & Fees Resident: $34,739

Total Tuition & Fees Non-Resident: $66,044

Total Tuition & Fees International: $66,044

Acceptance Rate: 33%

Full-Time Enrollment: 50

International: 34%

Average Age: 27

Female: 22%

Male: 78%

Application Deadlines: Round 1: October 15th, 2018; Round 2: January 15th, 2019; Round 3: March 1st, 2019; Round 4: May 1st, 2019. Applications received after the final deadline will be considered on a rolling basis should space be available.

Though small — 50 students — the Jindal School program has a big advantage: we are

part of a BIG school. Everyone from program directors to career counselors knows your

name, but you also have big-school customization — 13 double-degree options, more than

200 electives, multiple case competition opportunities, bi-weekly company site visits, more

than 100 companies visiting campus each semester.

Our condensed, 53 semester credit-hour curriculum allows students to minimize the

opportunity cost of attending graduate school and to more quickly resume professional

careers. Students have the opportunity to specialize in one of 15 concentrations and to also

complete two graduate degrees for a minimum of 63 credit hours by adding one of our 13

specialized Master of Science degrees.

Students also can meet with their own executive mentor. Plus, alumni are actively involved

with current students throughout their MBA journey. Students also have opportunities to

develop lasting relationships with faculty, who are regularly recognized as the top thought

leaders and researchers in their respective fields.

In 2017, U.S. News & World Report recognized the Jindal School program as the leader in

salary-to-debt ratio for full-time MBA grads throughout the country. Affordable tuition and

generous scholarships — 80 percent of the incoming class this year received an award

package valued at just under half the total program cost — make this possible.

Full-time MBA graduates with our average of 5 years work experience can expect an

average starting salary of $90,000 to $100,000, with more experienced professionals

commanding higher salaries. When unburdened from debt, our graduates have the flexibility

to follow their passions and to start enjoying their MBA salary — sometimes as soon as they

receive their signing bonus.