Advisory Boards


Faculty and administrators at Tennessee State University are accountable to stakeholders for the relevancy and quality of academic programs.  The University’s Advisory Boards consist of individuals with extensive experience and backgrounds that support academic program accountability by providing guidance and feedback and serving as partners in a consultative capacity.  The objectives include, but are not limited to, developing and implementing educational programs, curriculum and instruction, student learning outcomes, student recruitment, employment needs, and providing research and community collaborations.  The below provides a listing of academic programs with advisory boards.


College of Agriculture:  TN Extension and Family and Consumer Sciences

College of Business:  Accounting, Business Information Systems, Economics and Finance, Supply Chain Management, and Hospitality and Tourism Management.

College of Education:  Psychology

College of Engineering:  Aeronautical Industrial Technology, Architectural and Civil Engineering, Computer Science, Electrical and Computer Engineering, and Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering.

College of Health Sciences: Cardiorespiratory Care, Dental Hygiene, Health Information Management, Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, and Public Health, Health Administration and Health Sciences

College of Liberal Arts: Communications

College of Life and Physical Sciences:  Chemistry and Mathematical Science.

College of Public Service:  Professional Studies, Public Administration, and Social Work.