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How do I apply?
How do I transfer courses I have earned in my Associate's Degree from my community college? Will my courses transfer easily?
You can take your first two years at a community college, earning an Associate's degree. If you have followed an articulation agreement, then those hours will transfer seamlessly to ETSU. You will enter your major as a junior without loss of credits and with no courses to duplicate at ETSU. You will be well on your way toward earning that Bachelor's degree. Please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (423) 439-4723. Also, check with our College of Business and Technology advisors for more specific information on Management or Marketing concentrations.
How do I work with my email, Desire 2 Learn, and other university technology?
Check out the ITS website, for the answers to many questions that will come up as you begin your college life, or as you continue with your program of study.
Will my community college courses transfer into the College of Business and Technology program?
The Department of Management and Marketing welcomes transfer students and strives to make the transfer to the College and ETSU as easy as possible. We recommend that you contact the College of Business Advisement Office (423-439-5275) as soon as possible. Advisors will work with you to make your transition smooth. Undergraduate Admissions will provide information concerning Transfer, Admission Requirements and Transfer Course Equivalencies. Go to the College of Business and Technology transfer page for further information.
How do I change my major? Who is my advisor?
The Advisement Office in the College of Business and Technology handles questions regarding majors/minors/and course requirements for the Department of Management and Marketing. Please call 423-439-5275, or go to the advisement page for further information regarding undergraduate and graduate questions.
Who do I speak to regarding the student organizations in Management and Marketing?
Several student organizations await you within the Department of Management and Marketing, whether your interests lie in management, marketing, or human resources. Read about the opportunities that are available for you outside the classroom on the student organizations page.
How do I locate my instructor?
Faculty information can be found here. Information regarding e-mail, telephone, and office, along with personal information can be reviewed pertaining to the faculty within the Department of Management and Marketing.
Why study Management or Marketing?
Management or Marketing are two of the most popular majors on campus! Our students are offered four options to select from in management and two options in marketing which equip them with foundations and skills necessary for entry-level positions in both private and public-sector organizations. AACSB accredits both the undergraduate management program and the MBA which allows a student to gain employment worldwide.
If Management is for you, visit our undergraduate and graduate programs.