University of Tennessee’s Haslam College of Business has been named among the nation’s best business schools for the past seven years by the Princeton Review.
“Receiving recognition such as this from the Princeton Review, combined with favorable mentions from U.S. News and World Report and Gartner, reinforces the impact of the good work being done by our faculty, our staff, and our students everyday,” said Steve Magnum, Dean of the Haslam College of Business.
Lately, the college has seen growth in may areas. Dr. Melissa Bowers, Director of the Master’s in Business Analytics and Statistics program says, “We are seeing a lot of growth in our program in the last few years and our number of students grows each year. We have seen 100% job placement in each of our graduates.” This is one of many examples showing the success the departments are seeing on an individual level while explaining its recognition by the Princeton Review.
“Having UT Haslam College of Business recognized by the Princeton Review is an Honor for us. It will help the college to recruit the brightest students and faculty,” said Professor in business, Dr. Hamparsum Bozdogan.
The future is looking bright for the Haslam College of Business with 50 million dollars in donations in the name of James A. Haslam, attention from U.S. News, and top rankings from the Princeton Review.
Edited by Ryan McGill