The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, is again being recognized by US News and World Report for its value and its highly regarded academic programs, earning high rankings across business, engineering, and nursing in the annual survey released today.
The supply chain management program in UT’s Haslam College of Business continues to be in the top three supply chain programs nationally. It retains the top ranking among Southeastern Conference universities.
Overall, UT ranked 53rd among the nation’s best public universities. The university rose 10 spots in the best value category, surpassing eight other SEC institutions.
“More students than ever are coming to the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, for our high-quality academic programs and unique Volunteer experience,” said Chancellor Donde Plowman. “Programs like the ones recognized today are producing the next generation of leaders in some of our country’s most critical and in-demand fields. It’s always meaningful when others recognize your hard work and achievements. This has been a historic year at UT, from enrollment and student persistence to research and donor and state support. There has truly never been a better time to be a Volunteer.”
UT earned high rankings among public institutions in the following categories:
The Haslam College of Business ranked 26th, up four spots from last year. In addition to the top three supply chain ranking, the college rose to 20th in marketing and 26th …