MBA program adds two new concentrationsTennessee Tech University's MBA program has added concentrations in human resource management and finance to its program of study.
The two new concentrations join existing concentrations in accounting, management information systems, international business, and risk management and insurance. In addition to traditional courses in finance, management and other disciplines, the program concentrations allow students to explore more advanced business topics in greater detail.
"The completion of the MBA degree with a concentration in a business specialty provides students a means to advance with their current companies or to serve as a springboard into another career," said Bob Wood, assistant dean of TTU's College of Business. "The concentrations in human resource management and finance give our students additional opportunities to meet the more specialized needs of today's employers."
Tennessee Tech's MBA is offered in both the traditional campus setting and in a 100 percent distance education setting. Tennessee Tech is the only completely distance MBA program in the state that is accredited by AACSB International, the longest serving and largest global accrediting body for business schools that offer undergraduate, master's, and doctoral degrees in business and accounting.
For more information on the program and available concentrations, call 931.372.3600 or visit www.tntech.edu/mba .