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Special University Supplement • Cause Magazine Outstanding Schools, Colleges and Universities The University of Tennessee at Martin


High-Quality Academics


The university offers more than 100 different program areas involving undergraduate and graduate levels of study. Academic majors are offered within natural sciences, social sciences, humanities, fine and performing arts, computer science, nursing, agriculture, teacher education, business administration and engi- neering. The online Bachelor of University Studies (B.U.S.) Degree and the bachelor of business administration in manage- ment, offered through UT Online, are also available.


Why Choose UT Martin? At the University of Tennessee at Martin, we work hard to offer students the total collegiate experience. So, besides excellent academics, we offer experiences that allow our students to grow and prepare for successful and rewarding careers in the global economy. From internships, real-world situations and study- abroad programs, we’re constantly exploring new ways to add value to the traditional education.


We offer master’s degrees in business administration, coun- seling and teacher education, family and consumer sciences, and agriculture and natural resources systems management. Master’s degrees in business administration (for banking professionals), education (with majors in educational administration and super- vision and in counseling – school or community), special educa- tion, agriculture and natural resources systems management, and family and consumer sciences are available online.


UT Martin maintains small class sizes, and faculty members, who love to teach and care about students, are easily accessible.


You’re Welcome and Safe in Martin! City and university officials work closely to make sure Martin is the best college town it can be. The city of Martin is home to more than 10,000 residents who welcome students through businesses, support services, civic organizations, and


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