Choose the Dallas EMBA that offers the most comprehensive China network in the
Southwest, an Asian Business Studies Graduate Certificate, a price that makes
sense and a schedule that is workable for busy Dallas EMBA students. Choose UT Arlington.

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Fort Worth EMBA classes are held every other Friday night and Saturday in downtown Fort Worth at the historic Santa Fe Railroad Station.

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The UT Arlington EMBA in Dallas not only helped
catapult me to a great, Fortune 50 company
— it also put me in position to move to various
positions within that company — with salary
to match each step of the way.

BRETT TOWNSEND | 2008 EMBA Graduate, Director of Strategy and Insights, PepsiCo
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Master the Fine Art of Self-Promotion

ARLINGTON, Texas (Dec. 9, 2015) — On a daily basis, we’re constantly in “sales mode” without even realizing it. We might be selling an idea to our boss… selling our spouse on the idea of a weekend getaway… selling our kids on trying a brand-new food. When it comes to selling ourselves, however, we often […]


7 Tips on How to Network More Effectively

ARLINGTON, Texas (Dec. 2, 2015) — The old adage “It’s not what you know, it’s who you know” can only get you so far in the professional world. A person who obtains an advanced degree has a distinct advantage in today’s business climate. That advantage, however, can be enhanced by networking with other professionals. In […]


A Proactive View of China’s Impact on U.S. Business

Historically, the United States and China have maintained a friendly (and sometimes not so friendly) competition in numerous areas:  academics, the military, athletics and industry—to name a few. It is in the realm of economics, however, that this competition is often most fierce. The U.S. and China dominate the global market as the world’s largest […]


The Ultimate Balancing Act: Work, Life and EMBA School

One of the biggest challenges Executive MBA students face is balancing school with work and/or family obligations. With so many plates spinning at once, students fear that those plates will eventually spin out of control and come crashing down. In order to achieve work/school/life balance (vs. work/school/life chaos), EMBA students who have a lot on […]