University of Tennessee

Haslam Named to Princeton Review’s List of Best Business Schools

December 14, 2020

The University of Tennessee, Knoxville’s Haslam College of Business once again has been cited as one of the best MBA programs in “The Princeton Review Best Business Schools for 2021: On-Campus MBA Programs.”

Haslam’s MBA has maintained the distinction of placing on this list, based on the Princeton Review’s compilation of student surveys and institutional data, for several years. Data analyzed by the Princeton Review this year reflects that Haslam holds a five-to-one faculty ratio, an 85 percent employment rate three months after graduation and an average starting salary of $99,108. 

The Princeton Review’s Best On-Campus MBA cohort includes 244 business schools, which were selected using a combination of factors, including institutional and student survey data. Career outcomes, admissions selectivity, academic rigor and other components play a part. The data, from 17,800 on-campus MBA student surveys, is ranked on a scale of 60-99. Haslam was awarded a rating of 90 for admissions selectivity, 92 for academic experience, 92 for career outcomes, 96 for professor accessibility and 96 for professor interest.

The Princeton Review is an educational services and evaluation company known for its test-prep courses, university admission services, and its annual college, business and law school rankings. View the complete rankings at the Princeton Review.

About the Haslam MBA

The Haslam MBA is a 16-month, residential, full-time MBA program targeted to high-potential professionals who want to acquire a full range of technical skills in a hands-on, applied learning environment. The program offers concentrations in business analytics, consulting, entrepreneurship and innovation, finance and supply chain management. MBA/MS Business Analytics, MBA/MS Engineering, JD/MBA and MBA/MS Agricultural Economics dual degree programs also are available. Learn more at the Haslam full-time MBA program page.


Scott McNutt, business writer/publicist,