All of Neeley's MBA programs divide students into cohorts to complete the required classes, breaking down an already small student body. Electives are available beginning the second term and can lead to one of eight available concentrations in areas like investments and managing customer relationships. MBA students have the option to earn certification through the supply chain management concentration, as well. Neeley runs international programs during the semester or intersession (the time in the winter between semesters), in which students study businesses in countries such as Chile, Italy and India.
Recruiters come from around the Dallas-Fort Worth area, particularly from the supply chain, marketing and finance sectors. TCU also has a supportive alumni network that helps many graduates find placement. While still in school, graduate housing is available, as are apartments around the campus, or students can commute from the greater DFW metropolitan area. The university hosts a big Greek system that MBA students can join, and the theaters, bars and museums of Fort Worth are within a stone's throw of campus.