COVID-19 Reporting and Information • HEERF I & II

Master's of Business Administration

Current Students

Below you will find information about different activities that will take place during the year, and some instructions on how to access your Tennessee Tech accounts. Please don’t hesitate to call (931-372-3600) or e-mail ( our office if you have any questions as you get started.





Each student must meet with the Director of Graduate Programs to discuss their course selections for the following semester. This can be done via e-mail, phone or in-person meeting. You will receive an e-mail in your Tennessee Tech inbox approximately one month prior to the end of the semester to schedule an advisement time.

Advisement Schedule (Summer/Fall 2020)

  • March 23 – 27:  Students graduating in Summer 2020
  • March 30 – April 3:   Students graduating in Fall 2020
  • April 6 – 10: Students admitted in full-standing, graduating Spring 2021 or later (last name A – L)
  • April 13 – 17: Students admitted in full-standing, graduating Spring 2021, or later (last name M – Z)
  • April 20 – 30: MAcc, Fast Track, Health Care Cohort, and MSEM students
  • May: Students admitted in Provisional Standing





Once you have been advised, you will be given your alternate PIN for registration. Information concerning registration and fee payment deadlines can be found on the university calendar.

State employees using a fee waiver or PC191/P-130 have delayed registration times.


Required textbooks can be located on the Tennessee Tech bookstore website. For specific questions about textbooks, please contact the faculty member teaching the course.



Online students attend class via the iLearn course delivery system. You will gain access to your online courses the same day that on-campus courses are scheduled to begin. To login to iLearn for the first time:

From the Tennessee Tech homepage, click on Student Life
Select iLearn under the third column
Click on the link to change your initial password for the system (Note: your username is your campus email address without the
Shortly after your first semester begins you will gain access to the MBA Information board on iLearn. Please check the news feed of this course on a regular basis. You can set up notifications by clicking the down arrow next to your name in the upper right hand corner of the screen after you login to iLearn.


TN Tech e-mail vs. iLearn e-mail

You will have access to an e-mail address (your Tennessee Tech inbox) and a e-mail address (an internal e-mail function of iLearn). Regularly check both your Tennessee Tech and iLearn emails.

The University sends official communications to all Tennessee Tech e-mail addresses. This address will receive notices about schedules, grade results, billing information, emergency alerts, important deadlines, a daily email newsletter, and all other official university information.



In addition to satisfying all degree requirements, a candidate for a degree must file an Application for Graduation at the beginning of the semester in which the degree is expected to be conferred. The deadline for the filing of the application is the second Friday after classes begin. 

Application for Graduation


Quality of Work

An MBA student is required to maintain a cumulative grade average of at least B (3.0) on all courses taken for degree purposes, and must achieve a grade of B or better in BMGT 6950. Students must repeat BMGT 6950 until a grade of B or better is obtained. Other courses may be repeated at the discretion of the student, and both the original grade and the grade for the repeat will be counted in the cumulative average. (Any student earning a “C” prior to March 2019 will be required to repeat the course, per the policy in effect when the grade was awarded.) Any student receiving a D or an F in an MBA degree course shall be dismissed from the program.

Students are expected to maintain high ethical standards during their stay at Tennessee Tech University. Plagiarism (the use of someone else’s media, words, data, ideas, or other works) will not be tolerated. Students who fail to cite sources (plagiarize) may receive an “F” or a “0” for the assignment, or an “F" for the course.

Formal grade appeal procedures have been enacted by Tennessee Tech University. If a student wishes to appeal a grade, the procedure for doing so may be found in the Student Handbook.

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