Diversity is our strength.
The UT Dallas MBA Program is in the heart of a vibrant, global business economy. Therefore, our students must graduate with the tools necessary to operate in multifaceted settings and learn to harness the power of diversity in their business acumen. These tools are not only part of the curriculum; the program’s environment is a hands-on training ground for developing these skills.
Suresh Radhakrishnan, PhD
Constantine Konstans Distinguished Professor | Professor, Accounting | Director of Research, Institute for Excellence in Corporate Governance
An important takeaway from an MBA experience is that there is no one correct answer to a business decision – it depends. As such, to make a business decision, diversity of thought, i.e., arguments from varied perspectives will lead to a more informed and better decision.
Our Diversity, by the Numbers (Fall 2020)
International Full-Time MBAs
35% of our Full-Time MBA students are international.
125 countries are currently represented by the students in the Jindal School.
Female MBA Students
40% of our MBA students are female.
Underrepresented U.S. Minority Group
13% of our MBA students are from an underrepresented U.S. minority group.
30% / 50%
Close to 30% of our faculty are female and around 50% are international.
Students with No Business Background
72% of our MBA students do not have a business background.
UT Dallas MBAs in Their Own Words
MBA Graduate Discusses Intentional Diversity
Kate Campbell, MBA ’19, discusses how UT Dallas is intentional about their diversity in the classroom.
Diversity in the Classroom Enriches the MBA Experience
Dan Anderson, MBA ’17, reflects on how diversity in the classroom enriched his student experience and taught him to think differently about some of the business problems he encountered at work.
MBA Graduate Gives Advice to Minority Students
Jeimmy Cesar, MBA ’18, provides advice to minority students considering an MBA.
MBA Student Talks Diversity Within the Cohort
UT Dallas Full-Time MBA Cohort member Hoang Le describes the diversity within the Cohort Program.
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