We begin by nurturing a passion for teaching excellence that is second to none. Our students enjoy one of the best classroom experiences in the nation. They leave with an unending desire to keep their skills and business sense sharp and current with the latest techniques and discoveries—and because we know that the need for professional learning never stops, our professors continue to make their influence felt in today’s leading organizations.

Texas Executive Education offers education and leadership development to organizations and individuals through non-degree programs. Over 190 McCombs faculty members, plus over 3,000 other faculty members from The University of Texas at Austin, teach in the program at the AT&T Executive Education Center, or at client facilities around the world.

Modern Executive Series—our curriculum was recently expanded to include six new five-day classes on a variety of leadership, strategy and finance topics. This longer format provides increased opportunities for attendees to collaborate with faculty, network with each other, and participate in non-classroom extras such as evening panel discussions with business executives and company visits

Strategy for Value-Based Health Care Delivery—attendees interact with health care leaders from across the region to explore new strategies, organizational models, and measurement approaches that improve value in health care delivery. Professor Michael Porter—an internationally renowned thought leader on corporate strategy and health care and the world’s most cited scholar in economics and business—led this unique program, which was created in partnership with Dell Medical School.

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Business Innovation for Successful Entrepreneurship in Health Care—developed in conjunction with More about our future: biotechnology executives, serial entrepreneurs, and the University of Texas Medical Branch, this groundbreaking program focuses on helping health care professionals critically evaluate the commercial potential of innovative technologies, and/or form startup companies or business entities.