An MBA in 16 months
Our curriculum encompasses business knowledge and professional skills, allowing you to develop expertise in a concentration area during your final semester. The Full-Time MBA program also includes a required summer internship, giving you real-world experience and networking opportunities.
Team-based learning experiences
In Haslam’s Full-Time MBA program, you’ll be part of a tight-knit community. The curriculum emphasizes small cohorts, career coaching and team building to reflect real-world business dynamics.
Globally and nationally ranked
Haslam is ranked #2 nationally among supply chain graduate programs and its supply chain program is ranked #1 for research globally. Our MBA students have access to hundreds of industry professionals through Haslam’s highly regarded Supply Chain Forum and world-class faculty.
Earning a Full-time MBA degree from the Haslam College of Business take a significant amount of resources and time, but is worth the return on investment. The December 2018/May 2019 MBA class’ average base salary was $99,108.
“I have always been involved with non-profits and volunteer work, but I had never thought about combining that aspect of my life with a career. The MBA program crystallized for me that, eventually, I want to end up in the non-profit sector. I want to make a difference on a daily basis in a way where you can see the people who you are helping. In the future, I want to use the skill set I’ve developed to be an asset for individuals.”
Rebekah Burgin Degree: MBA, Entrepreneurship and Innovation
We work one-on-one with each of our students to help them develop and reach their career goals both while they are a student and long after graduation. We also create multiple opportunities for students to gain career exposure, including: On-campus interviews, Career fairs, Dedicated web database for UT students, Networking events and faculty connections, Mock interviews, Individual career counseling, Haslam MBA alumni network
Our students begin applying the skills they learn in the classroom immediately through internships, a global experience, a consultation project with a community organization and case competitions ending every term.
Supply Chain, Business Analytics, Consulting, Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Custom Concentrations
The program also moved from No. 25 to No. 24 among public institutions