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It’s the MBA with a job.
Capitalize on experiential learning opportunities. We created the Fast Track MBA for determined young professionals, with under three years of work experience. Gain marketable work experience by working with one of our corporate business partners. The Fast Track MBA also includes your own personal leadership plan. Step forward in the job market with guidance from professional and faculty mentors.
Connect with businesses here in Nashville as well as abroad on our built-in international trip.
New cohorts begin in June for the 11-month program and August for the 16-month program. The 11-month program meets two nights per week, while the 16-month program meets one or two nights each week depending on semester and term. The 16-month program allows the option of completing the Directed Work Experience or taking concentration courses to further develop your understanding in a topic of your choice.
Tuition: 36-hour program / $1,320 per credit hour
Part-time MBA in TN by Bloomberg Businessweek
Both our deeply connected faculty and our experiential learning opportunities offer myriad ways for you to form relationships with leaders in the industry. These connections will serve and support you throughout your career.
Our cohort model emphasizes communal learning and extended field experiences. You’ll have the opportunity to form professional and personal relationships with like-minded peers that will extend far beyond the duration of the program.
A big city. An even bigger opportunity. We consider Nashville an extension of our classroom, and as a leading city in many industries, that means you’ll gain experience and insight you won’t find anywhere else.
Joe Ivey serves as an associate professor of management and as executive director of the Lipscomb Center for Entrepreneurship. Prior to becoming a member of the full-time faculty, he served...Learn More
Assistant Professor of Management
Liddle, director of graduate business and assistant professor of management, comes to Lipscomb with two decades of industry experience.Â He began his career at KPMG and then spent almost 15 years...Learn More
Senior Associate Dean, College of Business
Allison Burgess Duke is Associate Dean of Graduate Business and an Associate Professor of Management at Lipscomb University. Duke teaches HR Strategy, Recruiting & Selection, The Employment Relationship, and Organizational...Learn More
Director of Graduate Programs
Rick Holaway serves as a Director of Graduate Programs and as an Assistant Professor of Marketing, teaching marketing and management courses. Prior to becoming a member of the full-time faculty,...Learn More
Senior Vice President of Enrollment and Student Engagement
Matt Paden is special assistant to the president and an assistant professor of management at Lipscomb University. An expert in leadership development, Paden is a speaker, consultant and professor...Learn More
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