Founded in 1900, the Tuck School of Business is the oldest graduate school of business in the world. As part of Dartmouth College, the Tuck School combines the intellectual depth of an Ivy League university with the soul of a tightly knit community.
Tuck offers one degree program: the full-time MBA. Tuck's rigorous curriculum and leadership development program builds effective, responsible leaders who value collaboration and teamwork. Our general management approach ensures that graduates understand the entire scope of the business enterprise and the broad impact of their decisions.
Our curriculum is continuously refreshed by new insights from our expert faculty (all of whom teach in the MBA Program), visiting business leaders, and accomplished alumni. And through a range of internationally focused courses, programs, initiatives, experiences, and research, our students gain the knowledge and perspective to compete successfully in the global world of business.
In addition to the MBA degree, Tuck offers a select array of executive education and other nondegree programs, such as the Tuck Business Bridge Program for liberal arts and science graduates.
Results are as of September 30, 2009 and are based on returned surveys from 85% of students who accepted job offers. Salary figures represent base salary only and do not include signing bonus, performance bonus, relocation package, or any other financial remuneration. Figures are rounded.