The MSM program has engaged and changed me. My coursework enabled me to travel to Dubai, and the career resources helped me secure my dream job. I cannot wait to start my next chapter in consulting.
Chelsey Caldwell, MSM 2018
People Advisory Services Staff Consultant at EY
My time at SMU Cox strengthened me personally and professionally, as I transitioned out of the Army, into the business world. I had the ability to reach out and meet senior executives and business owners in Dallas, while building close relationships with classmates and faculty.
Marc Orgass, MBA 2017
Associate at JPMorgan Chase
A lot of what we do at Cox is team based, and our students and alumni tell us over and over again how important their peers were to their learning.
Brierley Endowed Professor
Director of the Brierley Institute for Customer Engagement
Students come back and tell us how important this program was for them, how it has helped them in their careers and in the businesses they’ve started.
Academic Director, Summer Business Institute
I have always wanted to be an entrepreneur. The EMBA program gave me the tools, the connections, the support and, most of all, the confidence to take that plunge.
Sabari Raja, EMBA 2011
Cofounder and CEO, Nepris Inc.
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It’s worth taking advantage of every opportunity that SMU Cox affords you. The networking events are priceless. The knowledge imparted by the speakers during the Business Leadership Center’s seminars is unequaled. The program is tough, as it should be, but it’s worthwhile!
Kat Jackson, PMBA ’16
Marketing Automation Specialist at Aviall, A Boeing Company
The difference at Cox is we have a corporate community that enriches the in-classroom experience. These professionals want Dallas to have a great business school. They want to be engaged. They know it’s good for their business.
Former Dean of SMU Cox