School of Management

Why TWU School of Management?

TWU School of Management - Ranks 4th in the Top 50 Best Value Dual MBA and Health Management degrees of 2016 and 11th in the Top 15 Executive Online MBAs through these online comprehensive guides.


We offer quality programs that are priced competitively with other state universities and is affordable to most students. See Cost of Attendance and Tuition and Fees Estimator for details.


Our programs and courses are offered in three formats:  face-to-face, hybrid, or online.  Face-to-face and hybrid courses are offered at a variety of day and time combinations.  The format of each program varies and more specific information is available in the description of each program.

MBA Executive Track Info Sessions

Attend an Info Session to learn more about how the MBA Executive Track program can work for you. Our Info Sessions also provide information about other School of Management graduate programs.


Raisinghani earns Fulbright grant to lead Malaysian e-commerce initiative

headshot of Dr. Mahesh Raisinghani, Fulbright grant recipient

With his background in strategic information systems and global technology, Texas Woman’s School of Management professor Mahesh S. Raisinghani, Ph.D., is no stranger to the importance of privacy and trust in e-commerce. This expertise has earned Raisinghani a Fulbright specialist grant to lead a Digital Trust Index project in Malaysia in December 2016.

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Crews moderates North Texas Human Resource Panel

Derek Crews, Associate Professor, TWU School of Management

Associate professor Dr. Derek Crews served as moderator at the recent North Texas Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM) "Diversity Panel" discussion; which included Michelle Prudhomme-Coleman, TWU MBA Alumna and Associate Director of the TWU Office of Diversity, Inclusion, and Outreach, Nicolas Paul, Director of Operations, Kairos Services, Inc. and Debjani Biswas, Change Agent, and author of Unleash the Power of Diversity.

The panel discussion focused on the challenges and opportunities of diversity and inclusion in the North Texas region, where organizations operate in a rapidly diversifying environment. "The implications for HR are immense, due to recruitment selection, talent development, benefits and organizational culture." stated Dr. Crews, who also serves as North Texas SHRM's Vice-president for programs.
Learn more about the SHRM student organization and the North Texas SHRM.

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