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Dartmouth College Tuck School of Business

Hanover, NH
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Tuck Students Say...

There is no rest for the weary at Tuck, where the “intensive academic core for first-years is accelerated and rigorous.” During the elongated (32-week) school year, students take 18 courses, two of which are electives. One of these is Tuck’s trademark First-Year Project, a course in which student... More More

Visiting And Contact Information

100 Tuck Hall

Hanover, NH 03755

United States

Phone: 603-646-3162

Fax: 603-646-1441

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Degrees / Programs
Academic Experience Rating: 99
Centers of Research: Center for International Business; Lindenauer Center for Corporate Governance; Center for Digital Strategies; Center for Leadership; Center for Private Equity and Entrepreneurship; Allwin Initiative for Corporate Citizenship; The Healthcare Initiative
Part Time Program: No
Evening Program: No
Executive MBA Program Offered: No
Other Advanced Degrees Offered: MBA; 21 months
Joint / Combined Degrees Offered: Tuck offers joint and dual-degrees in association with Dartmouth's other graduate programs and some of the nation's best professional schools. Tuck's joint-degree programs include: the MD/MBA offered with Dartmouth Medical School; the MPH/MBA which is a program in public health management that includes coursework at Dartmouth's Center for the Evaluative Clinical Sciences. Tuck students may participate in the following dual-degree programs: MBA/MALD with Tufts Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy; MBA/MPA with the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard; MBA/MELP with Vermont Law School's top-ranked Environmental Law program; and MBA/MA with the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins University.
Study Abroad Options: Tuck offers exchange programs for one term in the second year with: Australian Graduate School of Management, Sydney; ESSEC Business School, Paris; Graduate School of Business and Commerce, Keio University, Japan; Graduate School of International Management, International University of Japan, Urasa; Handelshochschule Leipzig Graduate School of Management, Leipzig; HEC School of Management, Paris; IESE Business School, University of Navarra, Barcelona; Indian School of Business, Hyderabad, India; IPADE Business School, Mexico; Instituto de Empresa, Madrid; London Business School; Otto Beisheim School of Management, WHU, Koblenz; SDA Bocconi University School of Management, Milan; La Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez, Santiago; Universität St. Gallen, St. Gallen, Switzerland; Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, School of Business and Management; China Europe International Business School
Other Programs: Leadership development is central to our mission. The skills you need to be the best come from the entire Tuck experience-core courses and electives, study groups, clubs, student activities, and the Career Development Office. Through our leadership development program, you'll learn the management theories, principles, and analytical methods needed to understand and execute effective business practices, as both an individual and a member of a team. Tuck's Global Consultancy program gives second-year students the chance to put their education into practice worldwide. Students have consulted for over 90 global organizations, NGOs, and governments on 145 projects in more than 45 countries. In 2009, Tuck had teams working on four continents. The aim of the Healthcare Initiative at Tuck is to foster leadership and management solutions in global healthcare. Today's healthcare managers face complex challenges of equity, effectiveness, and sustainability. The Healthcare Initiative enhances the education and industry experience of Tuck students, in the classroom and beyond, through coursework, independent studies, consulting projects, internship support, and exposure to experts in business and health policy.
Academic Calendar: quarters
Online Course Catalog: http://www.tuck.dartmouth.edu/mba/academics
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Faculty
Student Faculty Ratio: 9:1
Female Faculty: 25%
Minority Faculty: 20%
Strategy/management is one of the strengths of the Tuck faculty.: www.tuck.dartmouth.edu/mba/academics/special_interests.html
Marketing is one of the strengths of the Tuck faculty.: www.tuck.dartmouth.edu/mba/academics/special_interests.html
Economics and Finance are strengths of the Tuck faculty.: www.tuck.dartmouth.edu/mba/academics/special_interests.html
The Tuck School's five research centers bring a cross-disciplinary focus to issues that drive today's economy.: www.tuck.dartmouth.edu/faculty/research_centers.html
Tuck faculty achieve excellence in both research and teaching, and are readily accessible to students.: www.tuck.dartmouth.edu/about/strategy.html
Allwin Initiative for Corporate Citizenship: www.tuck.dartmouth.edu/initiative/
Tuck Global Consultancy: www.tuck.dartmouth.edu/mba/academics/global_consultancy.html
Healthcare Initiative: http://mba.tuck.dartmouth.edu/healthcare/
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Academic Services Offered
Academic Prep Programs for Incoming Students:Yes
Peer Tutoring Programs:Yes
Description:Second-year Tuck students act as tutors for first-year students in Accounting, Statistics, Decision Science, Economics, Capital Markets, and Corporate Finance.
Minority Support Groups:Yes
Description:Tuck has a variety of student-run clubs, many of which focus on a particular culture, ethnicity, or nationality. These include the Hispanic-American Student Association and the Tuck African Ancestry Business Association. Tuck also hosts an annual Diversity Conference which brings together students, prospective students, faculty, alumni, and visiting executives for a weekend of discussion, networking, mentoring, and socializing.
Women Support Groups:Yes
Description:Tuck positions women for successful careers by helping students and alumnae make the best connections - with each other and with businesses. Tuck is active in a range of organizations and offers many advantages and opportunities for Tuck women. These include the Forte Foundation, the Women in Business Club, and Ascent: Leading Multicultural Women to the Top. Tuck also hosts an annual Women in Business Conference where female professionals come together to take part in panel discussions and workshops dedicated to developing strong skill sets, networks, and mentor/mentee relationships.
Non-US Student Support Groups:Yes
Description:Tuck provides an intense learning environment with a diverse community of people who learn from each other. More than a quarter of Tuck's faculty are of international origin and over 30 percent of Tuck's study body come from outside of the United States. Tuck offers an optional International Orientation Program designed for international students who are prepared for the academic aspects of the first-year curriculum but do not have a great deal of experience working or living in the United States. Throughout academic year, Tuck also offers a variety of internationally focused community events and student-run clubs. Community events include the Country Chat Series, the International Food Festival, and the annual Tuck International Forum. Student clubs include the Asia Business Club, the Latin American Club, the International Club, the Africa Club, and the South Asia Club.
Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Support Groups:Yes
Description:The Tuck Gay/Straight Alliance is a resource and support group for gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered members of the Tuck community. The alliance co-hosts Tuck's annual Diversity Conference as well as the Reaching Out Conference.
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Degrees / Programs

  • Academic Experience Rating:
    99
  • Part Time Program:
    No
  • Evening Program:
    No
  • Executive MBA:
    No
  • Online MBA:
    No

Faculty

  • Student Faculty Ratio:
    9:1
  • Female Faculty:
    25%
  • Minority Faculty:
    20%

Academic Services Offered

  • Academic Prep Programs:
    Yes
  • Peer Tutoring:
    Yes
  • Minority Support Groups:
    Yes
  • Women Support Groups:
    Yes
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