Gain the skills and network you need to catapult your career or switch careers entirely. The Vanderbilt MBA allows you to customize your curriculum with specializations and concentrations, as well as hands-on learning experiences, to suit your professional needs and help you land the job you want.Learn More >
A New Chapter
Vanderbilt welcomes Tom Steenburgh as the new dean of Owen. In this video conversation, Dean Steenburgh and Dean Emeritus, M. Eric Johnson, discuss the future of business education and share their insights on the industry.
Vanderbilt offers 2 highly-ranked MBA programs. The full-time MBA is designed for early career professionals seeking to alter their career trajectory, while the Executive MBA is built for working professionals currently in or aspiring to executive leadership roles.
Finance & Accounting
Vanderbilt MS Finance is a 10-month on-campus degree with a flexible MBA-level curriculum. Vanderbilt MAcc offers 2 distinct 12-month programs – Assurance and Valuation – that prepare students for successful careers at global accounting firms. Each program is designed for recent college graduates.
Designed for recent college graduates, the 10-month Vanderbilt Master of Marketing degree equips students with well-rounded knowledge and real-world marketing experience.
The 1-year Vanderbilt Master of Management Health Care degree is designed for physicians, nurses, and administrators seeking to advance their careers in healthcare management.
Through Executive Education and Accelerator Summer Business Immersion (undergraduates and recent graduates), Vanderbilt offers transformative programs that help professionals with any level of experience build valuable skills and elevate their careers.
María del Carmen "María" Triana
Cal Turner Center Chair, Professor of Management
An expert in human resource management as a practitioner and researcher, Professor Triana studies racial and gender diversity in teams and the effects of gender-based, race-based, and family-responsibility-based discrimination. She is the author of Organizational Behavior and Managing Diversity in Organizations: A Global Perspective.
Joshua T. White
Assistant Professor of Finance
Financial Economist for the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Josh brings a wealth of regulatory experience to his research and the classroom. His work often focuses on the role of disclosure and securities regulation in addressing information disparities; topics include CEO pay disclosure, human capital disclosure, and biotech startup financing.
Assistant Professor of Operations Management
Professor Hu focuses on unlocking business value from data. Her domain expertise lies in service operations, artificial intelligence, and business analytics. She has worked with industrial partners such as L'Oreal, Marriott International, and Alibaba. Her research has been recognized with several Best Paper Awards at INFORMS, POMS, and MSOM.
Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs C. Cybele Raver has named Kelly Goldsmith the faculty director of the Ingram Scholars Program
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By the numbers
The current number of Vanderbilt Business alumni. It's a small-but-mighty network of individuals who are always eager to help those who are following in their footsteps.
The world needs universities with courage. Universities that dare to innovate, question conventional wisdom, embrace divergent viewpoints, and tackle the most complex issues of our time. At Vanderbilt University, this kind of courage is embraced in our culture and in our 150-year history. Our talented and courageous alumni, students, family, faculty, staff, and friends are part of this ambitious journey to be an exceptional university for the next 150 years through giving and engagement.Dare to Grow with Us >