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Corporate Partners Program

Belmont University’s Jack C. Massey Graduate School of Business helps middle Tennessee’s working professionals advance their careers by earning graduate degrees in business administration. Jack Massey’s ultimate vision was to help Nashville become a leading center of business and commerce in the United States, and he believed the business acumen and skills of Nashville's leaders would need to develop just as the city’s business landscape continued to grow and evolve.

The Massey School offers three distinct MBA programs: the Professional MBA for experienced working professionals, the Healthcare MBA for experienced working healthcare professionals and the Accelerated MBA for new and recent college graduates embarking upon their careers. Each program is designed with Jack Massey’s original vision in mind: increasing Nashville's leadership talent base. In fact, Massey’s alumni network now includes over 2,300 graduates, most of whom reside in the greater Nashville area.

To further advance this well-established alumni network, the Massey Graduate School of Business instituted the Corporate Partners Program. For member organizations, the Corporate Partners Program matches the tuition assistance offered to employees enrolled in Massey's MBA programs. The match is up to 25% of the total tuition charged to students in the MBA programs and designed to make a degree more affordable for individuals who work in organizations that are Corporate Partners Program members.

Massey’s Corporate Partners Program allows talented employees to earn an MBA while reducing the total out-of-pocket tuition costs. If your company offers tuition reimbursement, Massey can match up to 25% of the total tuition cost, based on the semester that the employee begins an MBA program.  The Massey matching award is divided into four equal disbursements and applied in fall and spring semesters during which the employee is a student at Massey.

For example*: Based on the 2018 MBA program tuition of $58,880, if your company offers $5,250 in tuition reimbursement per year, for two years, Massey’s contribution would be structured like the following example. An employee who begins an MBA program in the fall 2018 semester would receive a total of $14,720 from Massey, divided into four equal disbursements from the Massey Corporate Partners Program.  The four disbursements of $3,680 would then be applied in the fall 2018, spring 2019, fall 2019 and spring 2020 semesters.    

To learn more about the Massey Graduate School of Business and the Corporate Partners Program, call 615-460-6480 or email