Tennessee Technological University
Founded in 1915, Tennessee Tech is governed by the Tennessee Board of Regents. The university is also only the second public university to receive a Tennessee Quality Award. Tennessee Tech will be nationally recognized as a leading technological university in the South, providing academic, economic and cultural leadership in the region and producing practical, ready-to-work graduates from a broad range of academic disciplines prepared to excel in a technologically driven world. Tennessee Technological University's mission as the state's only technological university is to provide leadership and outstanding programs in engineering, the sciences, and related areas that benefit the people of Tennessee and the nation.
With enrolments of more than 10,000 students, TTU offers more than 40 undergraduate and 20 graduate degrees across six academic disciplines which are Agriculture and Human Ecology, Arts and Sciences, Business, Education, Engineering, and Interdisciplinary and Extended Education. At TTU, learning isn’t contained within a classroom’s four walls. There’s a strong intellectual community, where faculty and students connect daily through research, discussion and service. Tennessee Tech is a place where student inventions leave the classroom to improve the lives of people with disabilities. The University supports student participation in a broad array of extracurricular activities as an integral component of its commitment to student life and success.
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