UT is dedicated to its traditions of building a brighter, more successful future for our students, our state, and our world. World-class faculty are committed to teaching students in ways that will best prepare them for rewarding careers. They also seek to further knowledge of their disciplines and improve the lives of others through research and scholarly work.
We seek to admit and enroll students who have demonstrated their commitment to learning and being part of a diverse and vibrant campus. For admission decisions, we consider grades and test scores, of course, but we also consider the broad ranges of experiences and talents a student will share with our community.
You can choose from more than 300 degree options, along with a variety of honors programs, interdisciplinary majors, residential learning communities, and study abroad programs. Consistently named a “best value” by top higher education publications, UT is affordable and accessible by offering a wide range of merit and need-based scholarships and financial aid.
U.S. News & World Report ranks UT Knoxville forty-sixth among all public universities for 2013.
UT’s graduate and professional programs in supply chain management and logistics, nuclear engineering, and printmaking rank in the top 10 in U.S. News & World Report (2013).
Forbes magazine listed UT in its 2012 edition of “America’s Best Colleges” based on the quality of education and student experiences and achievements.
Forbes consistently ranks UT’s full-time MBA program as one of the best in the country.
The Princeton Review listed UT in its 2012 edition of “150 Best Value Colleges” for academic quality, affordability, and financial aid. UT also was recognized for its commitment to diversity and civility, the “great program diversity of a major university,” and opportunities for research or original creative work in every degree program.
Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine called UT one of the best values among public colleges in its 2012 list based on affordability and academic quality.
UT’s College of Business Administration undergraduate business program is ranked twenty-seventh in the nation among public institutions, and its undergraduate supply chain management/logistics program ranks fifth among all public universities. (U.S. News, 2012)
UT’s growing undergraduate engineering program is ranked thirty-second among all public universities.
UT will soon graduate its inaugural class of Haslam Scholars. In and out of the classroom, Haslam Scholars fill their undergraduate years with experiences that prepare them to lead in business, government, education, and service professions. Every year, about fifteen students are chosen from several thousand applicants to become Haslam Scholars and receive a full-tuition scholarship, a laptop, study-abroad funding, and $5,500 to support their undergraduate research.
The College of Arts and Sciences’ graduate program in printmaking is ranked 3rd in the nation. The college’s Master of Fine Art program is ranked twenty-second among public universities and forty-fifth nationally. Its physics graduate program ranked fifty-seventh nationally in 2010.
The College of Business Administration’s supply chain management and logistics program is ranked 9th in the nation. The college’s overall graduate programs are ranked thirty-third among public institutions and sixty-fourth nationally.
The College of Engineering’s nuclear engineering graduate program is ranked 6th in the nation. The college’s overall graduate programs are ranked thirty-seventh among public universities.
The College of Law is ranked thirty-second among public universities.
The College of Law’s clinical training program is ranked seventh in the nation. The college’s legal writing program is ranked eighth among public universities.
UT’s College of Education, Health and Human Sciences’ overall graduate program is ranked thirty-eighth among public institutions. The college’s graduate rehabilitation counseling program ranked fifty-sixth among all universities in 2011.
UT’s College of Nursing’s overall graduate program is ranked fifty-first among public universities. The college’s graduate program in nurse anesthesia ranked twenty-sixth nationally in 2011.
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