The peer-reviewed paper ranks Haslam's supply chain management department at no. 4 worldwide in research leadership.
Strong economic growth in Tennessee and the United States is expected to continue for the 10th straight year in 2020, although that growth will continue to slow as it did in 2019.
Haslam MBA graduates' starting salaries rose 27 percent in 2019
#2 Nationally Among Supply Chain Graduate ProgramsGartner
#21 MBA Among Public InstitutionsEconomist 2019
4,289 Undergraduate Students
384 Masters Degree Students
128 Full-Time Faculty
STUDENTS FACULTY STAFF ALUMNI
Clark Williams transferred to Haslam College of Business to gain a better learning experience and attend a school he was proud to attend.
Supply Chain Management
Lia Winter designed a medical innovation device that increases the speed and accuracy of orthopedic reconstruction surgeries.
Anderson Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation
Ron Ford recently joined the Haslam College of Business as a lecturer in GEE and accounting/information management.
Accounting & Information Management
Connor Clarke is an economics student, Dean's Circle Scholar, and a Smith Global Leadership Scholar.
Rick Turner started at the Missouri Pacific Railroad as a management trainee and retired 33 years later as VP of labor relations.
Jim Rosenberg joins the Haslam College of Business staff as the director of corporate engagement for the healthcare division of Graduate and Executive Education.