Tennessee State University offers:
- 2 associate's,
- 38 bachelor's,
- and over 20 master's degree programs
--as well as seven doctoral degrees in:
- Computer Information Systems Engineering,
- Education Administration,
- Teaching and Learning,
- Physical Therapy,
- and Public Administration.
Each degree program is described in detail under its respective college. Tennessee State's high academic standards are evidenced by its various program accreditations.
- Dr. Mark G. Hardy, Vice President for Academic Affairs
- Dr. Patricia Crook, Associate Vice President
- Dr. Lesia Crumpton-Young, Associate Vice President - Research and Sponsored Programs
- Dr. Alisa Mosley, Associate Vice President
- Dr. Evelyn Nettles, Associate Vice President - Avon Williams Campus / Extended Education
Dr. Sharon D. Peters, Executive Director, Community College Initiatives
The Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs oversees all academic programs and academic support units at Tennessee State University. Aligned with the University mission and core values, our framework for TSU’s future academic plans is contained in the 2008-2028 Academic Master Plan: Envisioning the Future Through the Lens of Our Heritage.
The University offers academic programs through seven colleges:
Academic Programs also include the Honors Program and Air Force ROTC / Aerospace Studies. The University also offers distance and continuing education, nontraditional student evening and weekend programs, and off-campus programming through the Avon Williams Campus.
- Dr. Murle Kenerson, Interim Director
- Glenda Alvin, Assistant Director
- Dr. Karen Gupton, Coordinator, Media Centers
- Dr. Janet Walsh, Coordinator, Avon Williams Campus Library
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and discover the heart of our exciting TSU Tiger community.
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or contact Tennessee State University today:
P. O. Box 9609
P.O. Box 145