College of Business
It's the degree that drives the career. We recognize this concept at Tennessee Tech College of Business and are here to guide you to greatness. Selecting one of our many majors is only the beginning. We offer minors and certificate programs to further your skill set for building a life beyond business.
The Undergraduate College of Business hosts a considerable number of events each year to initiate and strengthen your connections with numerous businesses and organizations of all sizes.
Our goal is mold you into a career ready expert within your chosen field. Schedule your visit today to see where BOLD VISIONS become reality, FEARLESS LEADERSHIP inspires others, and CONFIDENT SPIRITS change the world.
- Minor in Business & Other Related Programs
Minor In Business!
Want your destination to be a major success? Get a minor in business! A minor in business will compliment whatever degree path you are on and make it more valuable.
A minor in business consists of:
- ACCT 3720
- BMGT 3510
- MKT 3400
- FIN 3210
- LAW 3810
Students must complete ECON 2010-20 for the social science component of their general education requirements or as general electives.
Start now by contacting the College of Business Student Success Center at 931-372-3371, or come by Johnson Hall 107.
In addition to our business majors, the College of Business works with several departments across campus that offer programs of study with a business component in their curricula. These include:
- BSBA Learning Goals and Objectives
BSBA Learning Goals and Objectives
Learning Goal 1: Students will possess Broad Business Competencies (Business Core Skills and Knowledge)
Learning Objective 1.1: Students will demonstrate competency in each core business area (incorporating global awareness and use of business technologies).
Learning Goal 2: Students will be able to apply critical reasoning skills.
Learning Objective 2.1: Students will demonstrate ability for critical thinking in problem solving and analytical decision making.
Learning Goal 3: Students will possess professional business competencies.
Learning Objective 3.1: Written Communication Skills – Students will demonstrate proficiency in written communication skills.
Learning Objective 3.2: Oral Communication Skills – Students will demonstrate proficiency in oral communication skills.
Learning Objective 3.3: Team Skills – Students will demonstrate skills necessary to work in teams in diverse group settings.
Learning Objective 3.4: Business Ethics Awareness – students will demonstrate awareness of ethical implications of business decisions.