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Founded in 1900 as the first graduate school of management, the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth has long been recognized among the leading business schools in the world.
Facts & Figures
Statistics and information about Tuck School of Business.
The Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth is organized around the deeply held belief that giving students access to a leading faculty of gifted communicators skilled in discovering new knowledge is essential to providing the highest level of graduate education.
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Tuck's research centers leverage faculty research, enrich the curriculum and learning environment for students, and connect the school more directly with practitioners and thought leaders in each field.
Tuck offers only one degree—the full-time MBA—and each year enrolls a target class size of 250 students. Our personal scale promotes a community in which collaboration, responsibility, and respect form the foundation of success. In this environment our graduates learn the real-life skills and perspectives required to be lead organizations.
Tuck Executive Education at Dartmouth
Tuck Executive Education creates high-impact learning opportunities that equip managers to take on any business challenge.
Tuck's alumni magazine is published online and twice per year in print.
Hear from the students, faculty, staff and partners in their own voices about the Tuck experience.