Professor John Fulmer, Interim Dean
The College of Business at The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga provides quality educational programs that produce academically-prepared and business-world ready men and women for a competitive global environment.
The College provides quality AACSB-accredited educational programs that prepare full time and part time students (primarily from Tennessee and surrounding states) for managerial, professional, or entrepreneurial opportunities. The College offers undergraduate degree programs in a variety of business disciplines as well as Master of Accountancy, Master of Business Administration and Executive Master of Business Administration programs at the graduate level.
As a College within a state-supported metropolitan University with financial support from the business community, we recognize our responsibility to:
Provide students with knowledge, business skills, and professional education.
Engage in research leading to intellectual contributions that serve the needs and interests of business and management, and support learning and pedagogical research to enhance the education process.
Provide service to the University, academic profession and Chattanooga community.
The College is committed to the principles of diversity so that varied and diverse viewpoints are appreciated and valued.
To fulfill its mission the College seeks the support and participation of students, faculty, and community leaders in educational programs, research activities, and community and professional service that provide mutual benefit to all stakeholders through the sharing of knowledge, experience, and insight. In all its initiatives the College strives to foster progressive innovation and an entrepreneurial spirit.
The curricula also provide essential skills for employment opportunities in related career fields. Career preparation is offered in the following areas:
Human Resource Management
The College also offers minors in business administration, entrepreneurship and promotion. A student who is not seeking a major in business administration may only earn a maximum of 30 hours in the College of Business.
The College is organized into four departments: Accounting, Finance, Management, and Marketing and Entrepreneurship. It offers three degree programs: Bachelor of Science with a major in business administration and concentrations in accounting, finance, general management, industrial management, human resource management, marketing, and entrepreneurship; Master of Business Administration; and Master of Accountancy.
These degree programs are accredited by AACSB International - The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.