Programs of Study
For decades, the University of Tennessee has been recognized as one of the premier institutions of higher learning focused on supply chain management. Its Supply Chain Management/Logistics programs consistently receive top marks in rankings by Supply Chain Management Review, AMR Research, US News & World Report, Supply Chain Digital, and others.
UT's College of Business Administration readies undergraduates to excel in the business environment. Its world-class faculty provides a rigorous education and academic advising geared to each student's needs. In keeping with UT's tight integration with business, top undergraduates have the opportunity to interact with corporate leaders during sessions of the Supply Chain Forum and the new Global Supply Chain Forum.
UT's nationally recognized MBA programs include several options for working professionals, as well as a traditional full-time course of study. The seventeen-month full-time MBA is ideal for students seeking careers in business, government, and nonprofit organizations. Concentrations are available in supply chain, finance, logistics, marketing, operations, and entrepreneurship and innovation.
UT's world-class faculty and strong corporate ties give supply chain doctoral candidates unrivalled opportunities for research and industry collaboration. From day one, candidates are involved in joint research with their professors, which gives them direct exposure to the supply chain and logistics systems of major corporations. This combination of research and collaboration with industry on contemporary problems creates outstanding academics. Many of the program's graduates teach and conduct research at leading US business schools.