At the Haslam College of Business at the University of Tennessee, we’re committed to improving the world. Big Orange, Big Ideas is a slogan we hear often at Tennessee. At Haslam, we take those words a step farther, delivering big results by producing better, more prepared students and impactful, interdisciplinary research. Our students and faculty create the change that changes your world for the better.
We are 100 years strong in business education, covering the for-profit, not-for-profit and governmental sectors of business. Our top-notch supply chain management and highly regarded accounting programs, as well as our renowned Global Leadership Scholars program and Physician EMBA program, are all great examples of what the Haslam spirit has to offer.
There are seven departments within the Haslam College of Business.
We are a community that serves the citizens and businesses of Tennessee and beyond. We support learning through the creation and sharing of knowledge. We succeed when our work, and that of our students and partners, generates nationally and internationally recognized outcomes that improve the world.
The Haslam College of Business at the University of Tennessee seeks to challenge the status quo, enhance knowledge, drive change and transform the world. We do so by inspiring our students, colleagues, business and society.
The Haslam College of Business values integrity, inclusion, insight and impact. These are essential to our community and the impact we have as an institution. When we demonstrate the courage to live our values through openness, communication, accountability and professionalism, we maintain our integrity. This includes strengthening our community by holding diversity in its many forms in high regard. The knowledge we create in our academic pursuit is to be shared, as supporting learning is central to all we do. Our commitment is to excellence, enduring influence, relevance and creativity in our ideas and actions.
Integrity is essential to our community. Integrity is supported by openness, communication, accountability, professionalism and the courage to live our values.
We value the creation and sharing of knowledge. Support for learning and enhancing understanding is central to all that we do.
We value diversity in its many forms and recognize that constructive debate makes us better. Inclusion and respect for all makes our community stronger.
We are committed to excellence, enduring influence, relevance and creativity. We want to make a positive difference through our ideas and actions.
Our strategic Initiatives focus on the thought leadership of our faculty and engaging and developing students to become high quality graduates. Achieving our goals in four strategic areas identified here will propel us in fulfilling our mission and achieving our vision.
The Haslam College of Business was first accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) in 1941, becoming the 53rd school to earn this distinguished accreditation. Currently 650 schools worldwide hold this honor.
In Spring 2012, UT went through the five-year maintenance of accreditation process for both the college and its accounting program and received continued accreditation of both until 2017. The AACSB uses a rigorous peer-review process to evaluate three areas: strategic management, faculty and student participants and assurance of learning. Assurance of learning requires hard evidence that students are learning what the college teaches.
Male 3,333 (65%)
Female 1,801 (35%)
Average Freshman GPA 3.71
Average Freshman ACT Score 26.2
Minority Students 19%
In-State Undergraduate Students 3,808 (85%)
Out-of-State Undergraduate Students 693 (15%)
In-State Graduate Students 385 (61%)
Out-of-State Graduate Students 248 (39%)
Undergraduate Students 4,501
Graduate/Professional Students 633
Undergraduate Students 680
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