College students and their families know very well the value of a dollar. UT Knoxville does too, and provides strong educational value for every tuition dollar, according to The Princeton Review’s “150 Best Value Colleges for 2012” list released today. The list ranked UT among the seventy-five best values in public higher education, and for the first time, noted UT’s commitment to diversity and civility.
UT Knoxville is one of the best values in public higher education, according to the latest rankings from Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine. The magazine’s annual “100 Best Values in Public Colleges,” released today, ranks American colleges based on affordability and academic quality.
The full-time Master’s of Business Administration program at UT Knoxville has been ranked among the Top 100 U.S. Business Schools by Poets & Quants. The full-time MBA program, based in the UT College of Business Administration, ranked seventy-eighth among all public and private universities in the United States and thirty-eighth among all public U.S. universities.
UT Knoxville’s College of Law is one of the nation’s Best Value Law Schools, according to “National Jurist” magazine. The magazine annually ranks schools by weighing bar passage rates and job placement figures with tuition and average indebtedness upon graduation. The UT College of Law is ranked fourteenth on the 2011 list.
The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, is again ranked among the nation’s Top 50 public institutions, according to U.S. News and World Report’s 2012 undergraduate rankings released today. UT Knoxville ranked forty-sixth among all public universities, up one spot from last year, and 101st among all national universities, up from 104th last year. The College of Business Administration’s undergraduate program rose seven spots to twenty-seventh place among public universities, and the College of Engineering’s overall undergraduate program rose five spots to thirty-second place among public universities.
UT Knoxville continues to be one of America’s best institutions for undergraduate education, according to Forbes, the popular business magazine. Forbes’s 2012 “America’s Best Colleges” list ranks 650 institutions based on the quality of education provided by the schools, the experience of the students, and the achievements of students and alumni.
UT Knoxville has been rated a “best buy” school in the 2012 edition of the “Fiske Guide to Colleges,” which reviews colleges and universities in the U.S., Canada, and Great Britain. The campus was one of twenty-five public universities to be ranked as a “best buy” in the publication released this week.
UT Knoxville is among the top fifty national public universities for best value, according to a survey released today by the Princeton Review. The survey results appear in the company’s publication, “The Best 376 Colleges: 2012 Edition.”
Three of UT Knoxville’s graduate and professional programs in business, engineering and law rank in the top 10 nationally, according to the 2012 U.S. News and World Report rankings released today.
As the economy goes down and college costs go up, students and their families need to make every dollar count. UT Knoxville provides an academically strong education at an affordable price, according to The Princeton Review’s “Best Value Colleges for 2011” list released today, which ranked UT among the 50 best values in higher education.