Message from the Dean
Welcome to The University of Texas at Dallas Naveen Jindal School of Management website. Our school was created in 1975, following the establishment of The University of Texas at Dallas in 1969. The three visionary founders of Texas Instruments sparked the university’s creation by launching a research center in 1961. The school is named for an MBA graduate, Naveen Jindal, in recognition of his generous giving.
The Jindal School offers more than 25 degrees at the undergraduate, master’s and PhD levels. We have more than 6,800 students and more than 200 faculty members.
The Jindal School has achieved top standing as one of the foremost public business schools in the nation. Various academic programs — including the Executive MBA, Full-Time MBA, Professional (Part-Time) MBA and Management Information Systems — are highly ranked by Bloomberg Businessweek, Financial Times and U.S. News & World Report. The school has earned these distinctions by offering relevant, rigorous curriculums developed by exemplary teachers and leading researchers. Our faculty, staff, students and facilities all contribute to creating a superior learning environment.
The Jindal School enjoys enthusiastic backing from alumni, businesses, professional associations and the community. The school also benefits from its location in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, a center of industry and trade that places a high value on ingenuity and entrepreneurship. This outlook inspires our efforts.
Our outstanding faculty members bring a wealth of intellectual capital. They often come here because UT Dallas enthusiastically encourages and supports scholarly inquiry and innovative teaching. Our researchers’ productivity is exceptional, both in quantity and in groundbreaking quality. Financial Times ranks our faculty 18th in the world, based on publications in the leading business journals. New discoveries, along with faculty members’ expertise, inform our academic programs at every level.
Drawn by the Jindal School’s energy and pursuit of excellence, the student body encompasses a diverse community united in its drive not only to learn the tools and methods of success but also to attain the foundations of long-term growth.
I think you will find that the UT Dallas Naveen Jindal School of Management works hard to offer an unrivaled educational experience.
—Dr. Hasan Pirkul
Dean and Caruth Chair of Management