Hybrid Industry Immersed MBA
In an effort to address the difficulties applicants are encountering in taking graduate school entrance exams, the College of Business is temporarily waiving GMAT and GRE testing requirements for students applying to the university’s graduate degree programs for both summer and fall 2020 semesters. All other requirements should still be met for admission into the graduate program.
For students coming to Tennessee Tech from countries where English is not the first
language, Educational Testing Service (ETS) has introduced secure TOEFL in-home testing.
We are also accepting the Duolingo test.
Cyber Management and Analytics
Cybersecurity has become a global concern requiring utmost attention from all sectors in academia, government and industry. Despite the growing demand and tremendous job opportunities in the industry, there is a shortage of skilled professionals regionally, nationally, and globally. This certificate aims to help address that talent gap by providing students with basic managerial and business knowledge of IT analytics and data resources management, policy compliance and ethics, strategic management of personnel and network security, risk detection and mitigation, cyber audit, and IT project management.
Courses include: Cyber Management, Advanced Business Analytics, Project Management, Network Security, Database Management
Banking and Financial Services
The certificate aims to serve professionals in all areas of banking, including but not limited to bank management, financial services management and marketing, commercial lending and basic risk assessment, and derivative products. The certificate will also provide fundamental knowledge in data analytics and cyber management.
Courses include: Advanced Business Analytics, Cyber Management, Banking and Financial Services, Financial Statement Analysis, Services Marketing
As the healthcare industry continues to grow and evolve across the state of Tennessee, industry professionals are looking to supplement their healthcare knowledge with the business acumen that they need to excel in a management capacity.
Tennessee Tech has the resources and expertise needed to serve the growing needs of healthcare professionals by offering an MBA program track that has been specifically tailored to the needs of the industry.
In collaboration with the College of Interdisciplinary Studies, the College of Business is offering students the opportunity to add a Certificate in Health Care Informatics (offered through the School of Professional Studies) to their resume by double-counting MBA credit toward both a master's degree, and a graduate certificate.
Courses include: Health Care Analytics, Economics of Health Care, Project Management, Cyber Management, Public Health