Colleges and Schools

 

COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE & HUMAN ECOLOGY

The College of Agriculture and Human Ecology reaches far beyond rural life, with coursework honing entrepreneurial, management and leadership skills in food production and safety, dietetics, families, farming, pre-veterinary science, and design and merchandising.

 

COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES

The College of Arts and Sciences houses the foundation courses for all Tennessee Tech majors and is a thriving academic unit where students get a liberal arts education that will help them become lifelong learners and critical thinkers, across a wide variety of careers.

 

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS

College of Business students study to become leaders through programs in business management, marketing, international business and cultures, finance, economics, accounting, business information technology, the masters in business administration, and the master of accountancy.

 

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

The College of Education is a diverse unit, home to programs in curriculum and instruction, counseling and psychology, exceptional learning and exercise science. The college is one of the largest producers of teacher candidates in Tennessee.

 

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING

The College of Engineering awards more than 400 degrees annually in seven disciplines that defined Tennessee Tech as the state’s only technological university. Engineering was the first academic unit on campus to develop a doctoral program and is home to many graduate-level degree programs.

 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS

College of Fine Arts is home to nationally accredited undergraduate degree programs in art, design, fine craft, music performance and music education, which are all offered in state-of-the-art facilities, including craft studios, art education labs, concert and recital halls.

 

COLLEGE OF GRADUATE STUDIES

The College of Graduate Studies administers a total of four doctoral programs in engineering, education, nursing practice and environmental sciences, as well as 24 master's and specialist's degrees. On-campus or online, the College of Graduate Studies has programs that help students move their careers forward.

 

COLLEGE OF INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES

The College of Interdisciplinary Studies opens the door to custom-degree offerings for students interested in specialized studies not already offered by another academic unit on campus.

 

WHITSON-HESTER SCHOOL OF NURSING

The School of Nursing is home to a diverse student group consisting of students seeking the nursing degree for their initial career, students entering nursing for a career change, current RNs seeking a Master’s degree in nursing, and RNs returning to school for the baccalaureate degree.

 

Army ROTC

Tennessee Tech’s Army ROTC program proudly develops leaders of tomorrow, providing premiere leadership curriculum. With a commitment to excellence and high academic standards and leadership ethos, ROTC prepares students for successful careers in and out of the Army.

 

Volpe Library

The Angelo & Jennette Volpe Library is a hub for learning resources on campus. With study spaces, tutoring options, research resources and assistance and the university’s archives and special collections, the library has more than 105,000 square feet of space, 350,000 books, 27,000 e-books, 1.5 million microforms and 3,000 magazine and journal subscriptions.

 

Honors Scholars

Honors is an academic program with a mission to provide smaller, in-depth classes and co-curricular opportunities for intellectually ready students. The program strives to help students develop their individual strengths--both within and beyond their majors--through research, leadership, civic engagement and service, communication, team-building, and greater cultural understanding.

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