The University of Tennessee-Chattanooga is a public institution set up in 1886 in Chattanooga, Tennessee, United States.
It offers bachelor’s, master’s, specialist’s and doctoral degree programmes through the Colleges of Arts and Sciences; Business; Engineering and Computer Science; and Health, Education, and Professional Studies, and the UTC Graduate School.
You can choose from the following undergraduate majors: art, sculpture, graphic design, biochemistry, communication, criminal justice, language and literature, biodiversity, conservation, and natural resources, engineering science, geology, history, liberal arts, international studies, mathematics, French, Spanish, music, philosophy and religion, biophysics, legal Studies, public administration and nonprofit management, public policy, anthropology, accounting, entrepreneurship, marketing, computer science, environmental engineering, education, dietetics, interior architecture, social work and many others.
In terms of athletics, students can participate in basketball, baseball, cross country, golf, football, tennis, wrestling, volleyball, softball and track and field in Division I of the NCAA championships.
Chattanooga houses brands such as Moon Pie, Little Debbie, Amazon, Coca-Cola, Chattem, Volkswagen, as well as an array of small and medium-sized businesses where you will find employment opportunities. The city is a regional tourism centre.
Beyond city life, students can enjoy the nature around the University of Tennessee-Chattanooga to climb, glide, hike, camp, tube and float.
A few of the university’s famous alumni include novelist Cherie Priest, journalist, historian and scholar North Callahan, actor Dennis Haskins, American football player Buster Skrine, US Army four-star general Burwell B. Bell III, basketball coach Sharon Fanning, politician Kim Hixson.
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