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UTM Hybrid MBA Program

Students can start at any time, go any pace, and still have face-to-face contact with UTM faculty. The Hybrid Program includes a combination of online classes and on campus classes which require approximately five visits to the UTM campus per semester. This is a great option for students from as far as Memphis, Nashville and Western Kentucky. A full-time Hybrid student can expect to complete their degree in as little as twelve months. The Hybrid MBA is AACSB accredited and fully instructed by UTM faculty. The main focus is on academic quality and instruction for the flexible, practitioner-based program.

Hybrid MBA with General Business Option

The UTM MBA with General Business option is an AACSB-accredited, widely recognized, professional degree targeted toward mid-level and senior-level positions. Our program gives students a broad base of knowledge relating to the diverse challenges that managerial business positions encounter. The General Business option is a 30-hour program that students can complete in as little as eighteen months. Students take MBA courses covering operations management, organizational theory and design, managerial economics, marketing strategy, accounting for managerial decisions, corporate financial management, and the legal and ethical environment of business. Our MBA program will give students a wide range of career relevant skills such teamwork, business ethics, critical thing, problem solving, strategic planning, marketing and much more.

Hybrid MBA with Agriculture Economics Option

The College of Business & Global Affairs offers an option to earn an MBA for those interested in working or currently work in Agriculture or Ag-related fields. Students take MBA core courses in addition to four Agricultural Economics classes to complete this 42-hour degree. The program is designed to prepare individuals for responsible managerial positions within the growing Agriculture industry by providing a background in the major areas of Business and Agricultural Economics.