Jindal School Profile

The University of Texas at Dallas was established in 1969 by Cecil Green, J. Erik Jonsson and Eugene McDermott, the founders of Texas Instruments. They envisioned a university that offers innovative teaching and research. UT Dallas has grown from an enrollment of 45 graduate students in 1970 to almost 27,000 undergraduate and graduate students today. The Jindal School of Management, established in 1975, is the largest of UT Dallas’ eight schools.

  • UT Dallas Fall 2016 enrollment: 26,793
  • Jindal School of Management Fall 2016 enrollment: 8,919*
  • Jindal School of Management Fall 2015 graduate enrollment 4,767*

* Census Day enrollment numbers for Fall 2016

Certificate Programs

The Jindal School offers both non-degree professional certificate programs and graduate certificate programs for which students can earn academic credit transferable to degree programs. View certificate options on the Certificate Programs Web page.