By The Numbers
The number of mental mistakes that hold back an executive's everyday potential according to Vanderbilt professor and noted author, Dick Daft.
The settlement amount of a federal class action lawsuit filed after Vanderbilt finance professor Bill Christie helped uncover a collusion scheme among Nasdaq traders that was shortchanging investors.
The number of years Vanderbilt's business school has incorporated the Leadership Development Program into its programs.
The number of partnerships Vanderbilt's business school has with top leadership development organizations used by Fortune 500 companies. (Hogan Assessments and Aperian Global)
The number of professional executive coaches we hire and work with each year as part of our Leadership Development Program for students and alumni.
The cost to enroll in Vanderbilt courses outside of the business school.
The number of countries in which you will find Vanderbilt alumni.
The number of countries in which you will find Vanderbilt Business alums.
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 number of Vanderbilt alumni chapters worldwide.
The approximate number of Vanderbilt alumni worldwide.
The number of research centers housed within the Owen Graduate School of Management.
The rank bestowed on the Owen Graduate School of Management by The Princeton Review for Best Professors. (2019)
On average, the number of minutes that one of the staff members from the Walker Management Library spends with a student each time they ask for an information consultation.
The year in which Vanderbilt University was founded thanks to a $1 million gift from Cornelius "Commodore" Vanderbilt.
The year the Owen Graduate School of Management was founded. The school started with 10 students and 10 faculty members in a former funeral home. Today, Owen is ranked among the top business schools in the world.
The number of strategic goals against which we measure our success. 1. The career success and impact of our graduates. 2. Recognition of our faculty for thought leadership. 3. Programs that are highly regarded by our peers and the business community.
In any given year, the number of new students we enroll across all of our one- and two-year degree programs. (We're small. We like it that way.)