The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, is committed to both the health and well-being of faculty, staff, students and guests. We continue to accept applications to the Professional MBA program, which begins in August 2020 and continue to render admission decisions.
Even as we work remotely for the time being due to COVID19, you can continue to rely on the ProMBA admissions team and the University of Tennessee Graduate School for appropriate guidance and resources. Please feel to contact any team member listed on the information sidebar with your questions.
The Professional MBA program is also implementing a few changes to help your application process during these times:
Application Deadline and Application Fee Waivers: We have rolling admissions for the Professional MBA program – while no formal deadline exists, we ask that applicants submit by July 20 to allow for application processing and appropriate onboarding. If you attend any of the connect events below, you will qualify for an expedited admission decision.
GMAT/GRE Not Required: The Professional MBA program does not require the GMAT/GRE for our applicants. The admissions committee will evaluate years and type of work experience in lieu of standardized test scores. For questions, Reach out to Adam O’Dell.
COVID-19 Information & Support: The COVID-19 Information & Support web page provides university-level updates on responses to the coronavirus.
Connect with the Professional MBA Program
The best way to experience the Professional MBA Program is through one of our online connect events. No matter where you are in your process, we offer a variety of steps you can take to maximize your ability to find out how the Professional MBA can turbocharge your career.
Attendees who join us for a Program Connect Event will be offered an expedited admissions decision, upon successful completion of the application.
Choose an option that works for you:
I would like to learn more about how ProMBA can turbocharge my career
I am excited about program and would like to experience ProMBA firsthand.
I am convinced that ProMBA is the ideal choice for me, what do I do next?