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The Cox School has more than a dozen specialized centers and institutes to enhance your knowledge in a focused area while networking with practitioners and leaders in the fields of energy, entrepreneurship, real estate, retailing, global markets and more.
The Cox Advantage
Why choose Cox?
Cox brings talented, motivated students together with a premier faculty in a unique environment -small enough for collegiality and large enough
for world-class resources. As you compare the options for your undergraduate or advanced education, consider the advantages that set us apart:
The SMU Cox BBA and all three MBA programs (Full-time, Executive and Professional) are ranked in the top tier globally by leading business publications such as U.S. News & World Report and Bloomberg Businessweek.
CEO Moments of Truth - Miguel Quiñones and Joe DePinto, CEO of 7-Eleven, Inc.
Servant leadership is a term you might not expect to be uttered - much less ushered into management - by the leader of close to 53,000 convenience stores worldwide. But “servant leadership” is exactly what 7-Eleven CEO Joe DePinto wants to see demonstrated by and within his organization every day, and at every level. What is servant leadership? Imagine flipping a typical management pyramid with headquarters on the top and field services at the bottom, on its head. At 7-Eleven, headquarters serve the stores, not the other way around. Watch to learn more from the original “Undercover Boss”, CEO Joe DePinto.
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Social Media Fundamentals: Cyber- and Real-World Identities Grow and Intertwine
Hundreds of millions of users around the globe gravitate toward the offerings of Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn. By spending countless hours on these social media sites, what are we accomplishing? In new research, SMU Cox Information Technology and Operations Management (ITOM) Professor Ulrike Schultze and co-author offer clarity in interpreting how and why people are using social media.
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CoxToday captures the essence of SMU Cox for alumni, students and friends. Two times a year, the magazine features in-depth articles on intriguing business issues, updates on SMU Cox events and news from the SMU Cox community—on campus and around the world.
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I wanted to attend a school that was well known and highly regarded, not only among the Dallas community but also nationally. Additionally, many of the executives in my current organization received graduate degrees from SMU Cox. I value their leadership and am thankful to have learned similar content from many of the same professors.
SMU is not only a beautiful campus, but also the quality of the professors and course material, including the ability to choose a concentration, was very important to me. Finally, the international courses and immersion trips were an incredible way to learn business practices first-hand in other cultures.