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Executive Courses

Faculty Experts

Featured Experts

J. Elaine Seat

Elaine Seat is on the faculty of the Management Department of the Haslam College of Business at the University of Tennessee. Elaine arrived in the Business School via an unusual ...

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Timothy Munyon

Timothy P. Munyon (Ph.D., Florida State University) is an Associate Professor of Management and the Ray and Joan Myatt Research Fellow at the Haslam College of Business, University of ...

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Michael McIntyre

Michael McIntyre is the Director of the EMBA for Strategic Leadership and former director of the Professional MBA Program at The University of Tennessee. His corporate training and management consulting ...

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Custom Solutions

The Haslam College of Business has been ranked in the top 5 nationally for customized executive education.  We work one-on-one with managers to develop their leadership skills and prepare them to take a bigger role in their organizations. Participants come away with the tools to make and impact and the knowledge to continuously improve.
 
We can modify existing courses or create new educational programs that directly address the needs of your organization.  
 
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Business School Insight: Energize Your Career in 2018

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University of Tennessee Strategic Leadership EMBA students deliver an average $6.5 million ROI to their organizations before graduation.

Report: Tennessee, US Economies to Continue Growing in 2018

The Boyd Center for Business and Economic Research's annual Economic Report to the Governor projects a strong future.