The Aerospace & Defense MBA Program at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, is proud to announce the availability of five scholarships in the amount of $7,500 each. The fully accredited (AACSB) Haslam ADMBA program teaches business in an aerospace and defense context. Students master vital business skills in a hands-on, coordinated, and interactive program. As they hone their new capabilities alongside peers from across the industry, ADMBA students use these skills to benefit their employers.
Participants complete the Aerospace & Defense MBA in one calendar year while continuing to work, acquiring a broad base of business knowledge and a deep understanding of the aerospace and defense industry. The program starts in January each year, and students graduate as cohorts in December. The average time commitment is about 20 hours per week for readings and assignments. Assignments relate directly to work participants perform on the job to help them to increase retention and enhance application of new concepts.
More than 75% of the program's teaching occurs during five one-week residence periods (RPs). Four RPs take place at the University of Tennessee, with one at a rotating location near the headquarters of a major aerospace and defense organization. A total of 18-20 supplemental, distance-learning classes of three hours each are held between sessions. Visit www.ADMBA.utk.edu for more information and additional requirements. Applicants must also apply to the Aerospace & Defense MBA program via the university system at