Texas Business Schools

Texas is a big state, and it does everything in a big way–including business. If you are hoping for a career in business in Texas, you’ll have more opportunities than folks in any other state. Texas is the number one producer of oil, petroleum, natural gas, and natural gas liquids. Texas is also home to the largest number of farms–both in size and number–of any of the United States (cattle, of course, is the number one farm production in the state surely you’ve heard of the Texas Longhorn?).

But Texas has its sights on other business enterprises–in recent years, the state has become a leader in the manufacturing and development of electronic equipment (particularly computers). As a result, the area around Austin has been dubbed “Silicone Hills” and other parts of Texas are called “Silicone Prarie.” Texas is home to over 100 of the companies on the Fortune 500 corporations, and not all of them based in oil; for instance, Whole Foods is based in Texas, as well as Blockbuster and Men’s Wearhouse. As you can see, you are making a smart choice to be in business in Texas. To find the best business schools in Texas, click on our links below.

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