The B.S. in Commerce is a flexible degree plan designed to provide a broad-based course of study in business while maintaining the flexibility necessary for the modern college student.
Courses in the Department of Criminal Justice Administration provide students with a well-rounded curriculum designed to meet the academic needs of those seeking careers in law enforcement, courts, corrections, and homeland security. Concentrations include homeland security and law enforcement.
Designed for students interested in a broad experience of English studies, including courses in literature, writing, and linguistics.
This program helps students prepare for management positions in a number of diverse fields. Concentrations include information technology, health administration, and organizational leadership, and international organizational leadership. View the online brochure here.
Psychology reaches into multiple areas of human activity, from the workplace to schools, research hospitals to forensic investigation, as those trained in the field strive to understand and serve human needs.
*Prior Learning Assessment is available for eligible students.
Concentrations include Aviation Management, Aviation Education, and Aviation Safety and Security Management. Students will learn about aviation contracts and leases, training, professional development programs, and the knowledge and expertise necessary to develop and manage aviation safety.
A Master of Criminal Justice (M.C.J.) degree can help pave the way for advancement in professional opportunities in law enforcement, homeland security, courts, police administration, correctional management, probation, parole, juvenile justice, drug rehabilitation, and private security or investigations.
This program is for all who would like to learn more about cultural diversity, mental processes, and cognitive/educational neuroscience and their impact on the exciting world of teaching and learning. There is a concentration in Curriculum and Instruction as well as a specialization in Culture, Cognition, and the Learning Process.
The Digital Teaching and Learning (DTL) Certificate program helps build skills and knowledge necessary to effectively deliver and facilitate online learning by examining and evaluating models and strategies for online instruction, designing appropriate curriculum, exploring literacy and multiple literacy development through new media tools, incorporating seminar techniques for online discussions, selecting and applying digital learning structures to the PreK-12 classroom, addressing issues related to diversity and accessibility, designing digital content for online lessons, selecting assessments for the digital classroom, and using data to inform practice.
The Master of Education (M.Ed.) degree in Literacy is a graduate program designed to focus on the most current research in the field of literacy. The program provides an in-depth study of literacy development and strategies to support academic growth and success. The curriculum includes a variety of literacy topics, such as foundational knowledge, developmental continuums, assessment, writing, and specific strategies for supporting students. Graduates of the program who meet the criteria and are interested may be eligible to add on the reading specialist endorsement to their current teaching license.
The M.L.S. program consists of 36 credits, with all courses online except for two field experiences to help produce practice-ready librarians. Each course is tailored to individual student interest, and students are allowed to propose alternative electives in other disciplines.
The MPS is an interdisciplinary graduate degree program designed for working professionals who wish to earn a graduate degree in their area of expertise and excel in their careers. Concentrations include Human Resources Leadership, Strategic Leadership, Training & Development, and Leadership in Nutrition. View the online brochure here.
*PRIOR LEARNING ASSESSMENT IS AVAILABLE FOR ELIGIBLE STUDENTS.
MTSU also offers five undergraduate and two graduate hybrid programs. Students enrolled in hybrid programs must take several on-ground courses to complete their degrees. Additional information is available at each degree site.