The McCombs School Of Business At The University Of Texas At Austin

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DEFINITION of 'The McCombs School Of Business At The University Of Texas At Austin'

The business school at the University of Texas. The McCombs School offers undergraduate, graduate and doctoral programs in several fields related to business. The school provides several research collaboration programs in addition to conventional classroom learning and executive training programs.

INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS 'The McCombs School Of Business At The University Of Texas At Austin'

Located in Austin, Texas, the McCombs School of Business was founded in 1922. The school enrolls an average of 6,000 students per year and boasts over 84,000 alumni.

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