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9. Univ. of Texas at Austin - McCombs
Index: 73.1
Tuition & Fees: $75,000 (resident)/$80,169 (non-resident)
GMAT required?: Yes
Program length: 2 years

The Texas executive MBA program consists of four consecutive academic semesters and 42 credit hours of coursework. Each year begins with a week-long executive seminar to prepare students for the upcoming year and concludes with a week-long seminar to apply what has been learned.

In addition to the core coursework, participants complete six elective hours tailored to their specific areas of interest.

Classes, which vary in approach from lectures to discussions to case studies, group projects, and experiential learning, are scheduled on alternate weekends, meeting on both Friday and Saturday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

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