University of Tennessee

Undergraduate Programs

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Prospective & Transfer Students

Schedule tours and learn about admission to the Haslam College of Business.

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Curriculum

Review the college and university’s requirements for general education, pre-business core, business core and major and access information about all business majors.

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Advising & Resources

Schedule an appointment with your advisor or easily access a PDF version of your incoming-class’s student handbook.

Haslam Undergraduate Business

What you learn outside the classroom is just as important as what you learn in it. The Haslam College of Business has an entire center on its mezzanine floor devoted to engaging students in extra-curricular college programs that will prepare them to succeed long after graduation. Students can learn about study abroad, honors programs, leadership and professional development.

Explore Your Opportunities

Humberto Velazquez

Humberto Velazquez came to the United States without knowing the language or the culture. After induction into the National Honor Society, Velazquez was mentored by a Haslam College of Business alumnus who helped him further pursue his education.

Student Faculty & AlumniSpotlights

Clay Jackson
Clay Jackson

While learning academics and technical skills, also know that emotional intelligence and soft skills are equally important.

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Merrill Walker
Merrill Walker

Some of my proudest moments while working in this field involve students discovering their interests and achieving their goals.

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Mark Willoughby
Mark Willoughby

By the time our students graduate, they have learned and experienced a broad range of activities that help them develop into future leaders. They have a passion and drive for success, and it is rewarding to see them achieve their goals and aspirations.

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UPG-26 Ranking USNWR 2023

UT’s Haslam College of Business Rises in U.S. News Undergrad Rankings

The college climbed to No. 26, up from No. 30 last year.

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