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Tuck School of Business – Dartmouth College


Founded in 1900, the Tuck School of Business, the first official graduate school of management in the world, is one of the three prominent professional schools affiliated with Dartmouth College. It was established after Dartmouth received a generous donation from 19th century financier and philanthropist Edward Tuck, creating the Amos Tuck School of Administration and Finance, named for Edward’s father. In 1941, it was renamed as the Amos Tuck School of Business Administration, and then later its current iteration—the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth.

School Rankings

• U.S. News & World Report: 12 (tie)
• Bloomberg: 2
• Forbes: 6
• Financial Times: 15
• The Economist: 12


The Tuck School of Business is located in Hanover, New Hampshire, in the northwest section of the Dartmouth College campus. The campus is roughly 10 miles north of the Lebanon Municipal Airport, on the east bank of the Connecticut River.

Multiple exchange programs are offered by the business school, including with universities in Europe, Asia, and Latin America.


The Tuck School of Business is home to several prominent facilities, including the the Murdough Center, Tuck Hall, and Byrne Hall. These buildings offer state-of-the-art classrooms, board rooms, lounge areas, dining halls, and more.


The Tuck School of Business currently employs 55 full-time faculty members, 96 percent of which are tenure-tracked.

Student Body

A total of 287 students are enrolled in the Dartmouth College Tuck School of Business Class of 2020, 45 percent of which are women. An estimated 36 percent of the class is made up of international students, and 20 percent are U.S. minority students.

MBA Degree Offerings

The Dartmouth College Tuck School of Business only offers a full-time, traditional MBA. There are, however, multiple joint and dual degree options, including: the MD/MBA, MPH/MBA ,and PhD/ MBA; and five dual degrees—the MBA/MA, MBA/MALD, MBA/ MELP, MBA/MPA, and MBA/MPP.


Tuck First-Year Project at Under Armour

The First-Year Project course (FYP) at Tuck offers students the opportunity to apply classroom learning to complex business challenges for real clients. This spring, five T’17s spent their FYP working with Under Armour on its international e-commerce strategy.

Discover the Pathway of Neil Kulkarni T'16

Meet T’16 Neil Kulkarni and learn about how the Tuck alumni network played a role in his MBA education and career search process.

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