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2011-2012 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2011-2012 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

The Graduate School


Degree Programs

The Tennessee State Board of Education authorized the organization of a graduate program at Tennessee Technological University in May 1958. The first courses for graduate credit were offered in Summer 1958, and the first graduate degrees were conferred the following summer.

In support of the objectives of graduate study, programs leading to advanced degrees are available in the various colleges as outlined below:

College of Arts and Sciences

Master of Arts:

English

Master of Science:

Biology
Chemistry
Mathematics

Doctor of Philosophy:

Environmental Sciences

College of Business

Master of Business Administration:

Accounting
Distance MBA
Finance
General Management
Human Resource Management
International Business
Management Information Systems
Risk Management and Insurance

College of Education

Master of Arts and Specialist in Education:

Curriculum and Instruction:

Curriculum
Early Childhood Education
Elementary Education
Library Science (M.A. only)
Reading
Secondary Education
Special Education

Instructional Leadership

Educational Psychology & Counselor Education:

Agency Counseling
Case Management and Supervision (M.A. only)
Educational Psychology
Mental Health Counseling (M.A. only)
School Counseling
School Psychology

Exercise Science, Physical Education and Wellness (M.A. only)

Doctor of Philosophy

Exceptional Learning

Applied Behavior Analysis
Literacy
Programming Planning and Evaluation
STEM Education

College of Engineering

Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy:

Chemical Engineering
Civil Engineering
Computer Science (M.S. only)
Electrical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering

Regents Online Degree Programs

Advanced Studies in Teaching and Learning (M.Ed.)
Master of Science in Nursing (M.S.N.)
Master of Professional Studies (M.P.S.)