100 Tuck Hall, Hanover NH 03755
The Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth consistently ranks among the top business schools
in the world. Famous for their small class size and close-knit community, Tuck is one of the most selective and prestigious business schools within the U.S. Though classes are small, the class work is extremely challenging.
Though primarily an MBA School, Tuck offers a non-degree program to undergraduates of arts and sciences colleges. The summer program is known as the Bridge Program and lasts four weeks. The Bridge Program is open to juniors, seniors, and recent graduates.
Students of the Bridge Program learn basic business skills that will help them no matter which career path they choose. Emphasis is on teamwork and students are judged as a group rather than as individuals.
Tuck offers only one MBA program-- the full-time MBA.
Admissions to the Tuck MBA program are very competitive. Applicants who demonstrate leadership, academic excellence, and a diverse background will have the best chance of admission.
The first year of the MBA program covers general management. During the second year, students can customize their program and choose from over 60 elective courses. The main focus of the Tuck MBA program is teamwork.
The Executive Education program that is offered at Tuck is known as the Tuck Executive Program (TEP). A comprehensive program with a focus on leadership, the TEP curriculum includes coursework in financial analysis, operations management, marketing, organizational behavior, and strategy.
Living Alumni: 8,000+
To apply to Tuck School of Business, applicants must visit Tuck online: www.tuck.dartmouth.edu
. If you are unable to apply online, call the Tuck Admissions office at 603-646-3162.
Tuck accepts approximately 14% of the total number of students who apply each year.