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The Naveen Jindal School of Management

Profile:

  •     Established in 1973
  •     Dean:  Dr. Hasan Pirkul
  •     Webpage:  http://jindal.utdallas.edu/
  •     Accredited by the American Assembly of Collegiate Schools of Business    (AACSB)

Degrees Offered:

  •     Bachelor of Science in Accounting
  •     Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
  •     Bachelor of Science in Finance
  •     Bachelor of Science in Global Business
  •     Bachelor of Science in Management Information Systems
  •     Bachelor of Science in Marketing
  •     Bachelor of Science in Supply Chain Management
  •     Master of Business Administration
  •     Master of Science in Accounting
  •     Master of Science in Finance
  •     Master of Science in Healthcare Management
  •     Master of Science in Information Technology and Management
  •     Master of Science in Innovation and Entrepreneurship
  •     Master of Science in International Management Studies
  •     Master of Science in Management and Administrative Sciences
  •     Master of Science in Marketing
  •     Master of Science in Supply Chain Management
  •     Master of Science in Systems Engineering and Management (offered jointly with the Jonsson School)
  •     Doctor of International Management Studies
  •     Doctor of Management Science

 

School Enrollment by Classification, Fall Semesters:

Year
Undergraduates
Graduates
Total
2012
2,883
3,673
6,556
2011
2,877
3,313
6,190
2010
2,547
2,905
5,452
2009
2,427
2,566
4,993
2008
2,450
2,290
4,740
2007
2,368
2,254
4,622
2006
2,327
2,093
4,420
2005
2,358
2,108
4,466
2004
2,268
1,993
4,261
2003
2,277
1,933
4,210
2002
2,240
2,030
4,270
2001
2,071
2,004
4,075
2000
1,754
1,621
3,375
1999
1,478
1,197
2,675
1998
1,301
1,054
2,355
1997
1,186
1,061
2,246
1996
1,228
1,024
2,252
1995
1,304
961
2,265
1994
1,305
937
2,242
1993
1,384
959
2,343
1992
1,601
920
2,521
1991
1,825
864
2,689
1990
1,830
884
2,714

 

Semester Credit Hours by Classification, Fall Semesters:

Year
Lower Level
Upper Level
Master's
Doctorates
Non-Funded All Div.
Total
2012 4,860 23,871 28,005 551 2,550 59,837
2011 4,264 21,464 24,899 815 2,198 53,640
2010 3,883 18,913 21,346 393 2,114 46,649
2009
3,483
17,682
18,401
564
505
40,635
2008 3,351 18,057 14,933 643
567
37,551
2007 3,257 17,336 14,397 420
382
35,792
2006 2,992 16,395 13,238 508
111
33,244
2005
2,845
16,091
13,731
562
125
33,354
2004
2,597
14,478
13,032
606
119
30,832
2003
2,483
13,707
10,959
531
0
27,680
2002
2,283
12,567
10,992
457
0
26,299
2001
2,309
11,402
10,629
497
0
24,837
2000
1,963
10,769
10,145
401
0
23,278
1999
1,857
9,084
9,222
457
0
20,620
1998
    
    
1997
1,418
6,303
7,856
309
0
15,886
1996
1,585
6,221
8,037
343
0
16,186
1995
1,314
6,387
7,374
392
0
15,467
1994
1,041
6,316
6,947
490
0
14,794
1993
501
7,412
7,094
734
0
15,741
1992
285
9,558
7,856
659
0
18,358
1991
30
11,778
7,062
667
0
19,537
1990
12
11,235
6,653
615
0
18,515

 

 

Semester Credit Hours by Course Subject, Fall Semesters:

(See Instructional Program Codes for details)

Year

AIM

(ACCT)

BA
BPS
ENTP
FIN
HMGT
IMS
ISSM
MAS
2012 15,033 3,584 2,356 861 7,995 566 2,786 0 782
2011 13,778 20,643 789 268 4,131 614 947 0 1,166
2010 12,522 17,714 894 381 2,997 504 888 0 1,124
2009 11,031 16,703 852 225 2,253 342 596 0 698
2008 10,125 16,544 597 246 1,899 186 597 0 526
2007 10,381 15,622 501 171 1,398 123 526 0 764
2006
9,642
14,083
657
105
1,395 78 560 0
924
2005
9,398
13,698
738
0
1,530
0
680
3
934
2004
8,144
12,753
564
0
1,416
0
633
0
1,155
2003
7,281
12,554
478
0
1,089
0
542
0
1,177
2002
5,758
11,986
648
0
1,098
0
584
0
1,330
2001
5,519
10,905
436
0
774
0
381
0
1,159
2000
4,299
10,632
373
0
702
0
473
44
1,120
1999
3,840
9,063
611
0
756
0
499
61
1,453
1998
    
    
   
      
      
    
     
1997
3,117
5,831
681
0
654
0
857
46
658
1996
3,837
5,577
758
0
750
0
828
31
578
1995
4,050
5,184
787
0
747
0
862
30
449
1994
3,504
4,899
514
0
798
0
889
37
905
1993
4,191
5,196
509
0
741
0
842
267
789
1992
5,001
6,408
806
0
816
0
917
387
536
1991
5,424
7,776
458
0
852
0
737
543
423
1990
5,478
7,305
384
0
1,072
0
526
528
436

 

Year
MECO
MIS
MKT
OB
OBHR
OPRE
REAL SYSM
2012 1,782 6,150 5,293 1,475 1,995 8,705 105 369
2011 1,614 2,376 1,614 1,365 0 4,206 0 129
2010 1,578 1,996 1,335 1,356 0 3,321 0 39
2009 1,257 1,686 1,287 1,158 0 2,547 0 0
2008 1,209 1,573 1,161 893 0 1,995 0 0
2007 1,170 1,029 1,086 984 0 2,037 0 0
2006
1,185
840
1,088
1,061
0
1,626
0
0
2005
966
967
1,242
1,173
0
2,022
0
0
2004
1,171
779
1,212
1,134
0
1,871
0
0
2003
581
1,162
1,060
1,045
0
711
0
0
2002
621
1,526
1,138
893
0
717
0
0
2001
666
2,373
1,051
1,015
0
558
0
0
2000
281
3,098
984
671
0
601
0
0
1999
427
1,821
776
715
0
598
0
0
1998
     
       
     
 
1997
429
1,254
911
848
0
600
0
0
1996
475
1,093
856
866
0
537
0
0
1995
402
885
778
805
0
488
0
0
1994
423
778
835
705
0
507
0
0
1993
381
858
819
624
0
524
0
0
1992
487
972
691
890
0
447
0
0
1991
447
885
694
920
0
378
0
0
1990
316
709
643
739
0
379
0
0
Executive Education at the School of Management

The School of Management offers several degree and professional development programs designed to advance the knowledge, skills and careers of today’s business leaders.

  • Executive MBA: A campus-based 21 month program delivered on alternate weekends with curriculum centered on Managing for Change.
  • Global Leadership Executive MBA: A blended on-campus and online 29 month program with curriculum focused on international business.
  • Project Management: A curriculum concentration in project management with on-campus or online options.  Degree options include a professional certificate after completion of the first 21 credit hours, a Master of Science degree after completion of an additional 12 credit hours of business core courses and a 6 credit hour capstone project, and a Master of Business Administration degree with a Project Management emphasis by waving the M.S. degree option and the completion of an additional 14 credit hours.
  • Healthcare Management: A modular curriculum comprised of eight 4½ day residential classes plus a self-directed field study in alliance with University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas.  Degree options include a professional certificate, a Master of Science degree in Medical Management and a Master of Business Administration degree with a Medical Management emphasis.
  • Product Life Cycle and Supply Chain Management:  A graduate program that focuses on educating executives and industry sponsored employees in the disciplines of product lifecycle and supply chain management by combining theory and practice. Students will be trained to be effective problem solvers and to continuously improve the product performance and supply chain efficiency. The program employs lectures, case studies, site visits in addition to use of quantitative and qualitative methods to meet the learning objectives of the program.
  • Executive and Professional Development: A selection of non-degree certificate programs, courses, seminars conferences and forums delivered on-campus, onsite, or online.

 

 

Updated: July 1, 2014