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Commodore Cornelius Vanderbilt endowed an amount of $1 million to build the university in 1873. Methodist Bishop Holland N. McTyeire of Nashville chose the site for the campus and supervised the construction of the buildings. Initially, the institution offered work in liberal arts and sciences beyond the baccalaureate degree. James H. Kirkland, the longest-serving chancellor played an instrumental role in the reconstruction of the new building after a fire destroyed the original building in 1905. Hence, the new building was named in his honor as Kirkland Hall. National recognition of the university’s status came in 1949 with the election of Vanderbilt to membership in the select Association of American Universities. The university expanded in the subsequent years and continued to excel in its research in the areas of liberal arts and sciences, education, engineering, and law. The Owen Graduate School of Management commenced in 1969 in a former funeral home. In 1977, the School was renamed in honor of Lulu and Ralph “Peck” Owen, former chairman of American Express.
Vanderbilt University is a center for scholarly research, informed and creative teaching, and service to the community and society at large. Vanderbilt will uphold the highest standards and be a leader in the
- quest for new knowledge through scholarship
- dissemination of knowledge through teaching and outreach
- creative experimentation of ideas and concepts.
The Vanderbilt Core courses instill a strategic thinking approach and provide a solid foundation in the various disciplines of business management to the students. Students immerse into the core courses early in the program and develop exceptional analytical skills that would enable them to succeed in the dynamic and challenging world of business. The program offers market-driven concentrations and specializations, thus enabling students to customize their MBA in one or more disciplines of business. The School equips the students with the necessary tools and resources that are required to succeed in today’s global business scenario. Students are provided state-of-the-art facilities and guidance from renowned faculty members to overcome the project challenges. The School understands the needs of employers who look for teamwork as well as leadership skills in the potential candidates. Hence, the program encourages students to indulge in team activities or projects where they learn to achieve the group goals and individual goals by supporting each other. These activities help the students bring out the best in each other. Students receive education, counseling and mentoring from top practitioners in a uniquely intimate and collaborative learning environment.
Leadership Development is one of the core components of the Owen MBA program and has been well-integrated into the core curriculum of the program. Vanderbilt is the only business school that partners with top leadership development organizations KornFerry and Hogan Assessments in an attempt to inculcate the best leadership practices currently prevalent in multinational companies. The students of Owen MBA receive the leadership training that is imparted to high-profile executives of Fortune 500 companies.
Learning by doing is one of the pillars of the Owen MBA program as learning is an interactive experience at Owen. The School has a line-up of hands-on activities, where students get a feel of the real-world business challenges and sharpen their professional skills. Brandweek is an initiative by the School for the marketing students to immerse themselves into the world of brand management, and enrich themselves from the knowledge and experiences shared by marketing experts on topics such as social marketing and customer experiences. The Max Adler Student Investment Fund MASIF gives the students hands-on experience to manage the investment fund. On similar lines, the TVA Investment Challenge gives them the opportunity to indulge themselves in managing TVA stock portfolios. Students of Owen have consistently performed well in Case of Competitions at a national level, thus demonstrating excellence in leadership, analysis, teamwork and problem-solving. Students at Owen are encouraged to design, develop and implement business plans, and provided with the requisite tools and resources to advance their startups from initial stages. The School partners with the local business and entrepreneurial community that assist emerging startups to secure funding for their dream ventures.
The International Studies Emphasis offers a series of elective courses, where students explore the trade policies, international markets, foreign exchange, etc. that would enable them to understand the global business environment and aid them in becoming global managers. Students can enroll themselves for the Maymester and Summer Study Abroad Programs, where they can travel to China, Germany, Norway or France and learn about the ways of conducting business in a global and ever-changing environment. The School has partnered with renowned business schools of Asia, Australia, Latin America, and Europe and come up with an exchange program, where the students can travel to the partner school and increase their awareness on global affairs.
Owen Graduate School of Management is located in Nashville, Tennessee. Nashville is the capital of U.S. state of Tennessee. As the home of country music, Nashville has been a major music recording and production center. Nashville’s largest industry is Healthcare with over 300 healthcare companies having their headquarters in the city. The city is home to Fortune 500 companies like Dell, HCA, and Dollar General. The Tennessee Performing Arts Center showcases theatre, art and music performances across a variety of genres. The popular tourist sites are Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, Belcourt Theatre and Ryman Auditorium that depict the vibrant music culture of the city.
The Owen Career Management Center CMC has a highly personalized approach towards the careers of the students. They offer a wide array of services including one-to-one coaching, career skills workshops, mock interviews, industry seminars, information sessions, and peer coaching. There are functional training programs presided by experts that equip the students with professional skills required to catapult their careers to newer heights. The students are given access to online tools that would aid them in developing a career vision and devising a career strategy. The information sessions and on-campus recruitment events provide insights into the details and information of the company from the insiders of the company, thus enabling students to make a well-informed decision before accepting the job offer.
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