The Haslam College of Business is one of the nation’s outstanding business schools, according to the 2015 rankings compiled by the Princeton Review.
Master of Business Administration program News
The News Sentinel featured UT’s new Grads to Golf program, which teaches women in the Master of Business of Administration program how to play the game and its value in business. The program was established through an endowment from Janet McKinley, a 1980 business alumna. Read the full story here.
A team of students from UT’s College of Business Administration took high honors in the Deloitte Inaugural Supply Chain Challenge, coming in at second place. Members of the UT Master of Business Administration team were Daniel Conrad, Sarah Womack, Rachel Hylton, and Whit Shofner.
The College of Business Administration is one of the nation’s exceptional business schools for its full-time Master of Business Administration program, according to the 2014 rankings compiled by the Princeton Review. The college was listed in the company’s Best 295 Business Schools list, which was published this week. This is the sixth year in a row that the college has received the recognition.
The Master of Business Administration supply chain concentration was featured recently in US News. Amy Cathey, executive director of the full-time MBA program, also was interviewed about the foundational business skills MBA students need, including basic finance, accounting, human resources management, and marketing. Read the story here.