Do you have a question about your program of study? Looking for a job and need help with your resume? Interested in joining a professional club? This is the place to start.
- Find information about your academic program by visiting advising page.
- Locate resources that will help you in your job search in Career Services
- Learn more about the student organizations that are available within the college.
A number of scholarships are available to qualified students through the ETSU College of Business and Technology. For more information regarding this opportunity, go to CBAT Scholarships.
The Masters of Business Administration (M.B.A.) program offers men and women an opportunity to advance their knowledge and preparation for positions of responsibility in business or not-for-profit institutions. The M.B.A. program is fully accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.
The M.B.A. degree is recognized as the key to success in both large and small organizations. It is suited to graduates in engineering, science, technology, health care, the liberal arts, and other non-business areas, as well as students with undergraduate degrees in business. The M.B.A. is a general, broad-based degree program that incorporates and integrates study of the organizational, financial, and operational management of organizations; the global economic, technological, and information environment; and the production and marketing of goods and services. Emphasis is given to the strategic view of the organization, teamwork, and effective problem solving. Specific requirements and information can be found in the Graduate Catalog.
The Department of Management and Marketing within the College of Business and Technology offers an Honors-in-Discipline (HID) Program to attract, retain and recognize outstanding students. The program provides an enriched academic experience for selected students.
Learn about all of the professional organizations in the Department of Management and Marketing:
Job and Career Fairs, scheduled throughout the year, are your opportunity to make contact with potential employers, explore employment opportunities, present your resume, and do some preliminary interviewing. During each semester, the Career Services Office staff presents workshops designed to help you develop job search skills.
For further information please contact Melinda LaPrade about CBAT specific events.