Founded in 1900, Tuck School of Business is the oldest graduate school of business in the US and one of six Ivy League business schools. It is the graduate business school of Dartmouth College in New Hampshire.

Tuck offers the top ranking full-time residential Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree program. Students may specialize in areas such as finance, marketing, or strategy. First-year students will undertake the first-year core curriculum, a specialized First-Year Project, and one elective. Second-year students must complete a minimum of 12 full classes.

In addition it offers joint and dual degrees in association with Dartmouth's other graduate programs and some of the best professional schools in the nation.

MBA Rankings:

- 8th in the 2010 U.S. News & World Report ranking of graduate business schools. In the specialty rankings for programs with excellence in specific areas, it is placed 6th in the management category.

- Rated the 2nd best business school in the country by Forbes magazine (August 2009). The survey listed 75 U.S. programs in total.

- 7th in the 2009 US News Graduate Business School Rankings.

- 8th in the US and 13th worldwide in the Financial Times annual ranking of full-time MBA programs (2009). It is also placed 2nd worldwide in the category of "aims achieved", 5th in 'salaries today'”, and 8th in "placement success".

- 12th in the BusinessWeek biennial business school ranking (2008). It is also placed 7th overall in the intellectual capital analysis. Recruiters gave Tuck graduates an A in communication, A in analytical skills, and A+ in teamwork.

- 5th in the ranking of the 100 best full-time MBA programs worldwide by The Economist Intelligence Unit's Which MBA? (2008). The ranking is based on four factors: to open new career opportunities (weighted at 35%), for personal development and educational experience (35%), to increase salary (20%), and to build a professional network (10%).

- 8th among U.S. schools and 15th worldwide in the FT tenth annual ranking of full-time MBA programs (2008). It is placed 1st in the world in the category of "Aims Achieved" (the extent to which alumni fulfilled their goals or reasons for earning an MBA).

- 1st in The Wall Street Journal/Harris Interactive ranking of business schools (2007). Recruiters placed Tuck among the top 10 schools in Entrepreneurship, General Management, Corporate Social Responsibility, Marketing, and Strategy.

- 4th in the EIU ranking of the world's top 100 full-time MBA programs 2007. In the subcategory of opening new career opportunities, it is rated 5th among American programs and 8th overall in the world.

- 1st among the world's B-schools for return on investment for graduates (Forbes 2007).

- 7th among U.S. schools and 9th globally in the FT worldwide ranking of MBA programs 2007. It is also placed among the top five in the following categories: North American salaries today, North American salary percent increase, and Aims achieved.

- 11th in BusinessWeek’s biennial ranking of MBA programs (2006).

- 2nd in the Wall Street Journal/Harris Interactive ranking of business schools (2006). In terms of academic disciplines, recruiters placed Tuck among the top three schools in Strategy, General Management, and Corporate Social Responsibility.

- Rated the 3rd MBA program in the nation for Hispanics by Hispanic Business magazine (2006).

- 9th in U.S. News Business School Ranking 2005. It is also placed 6th in the general management category.
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