Tennessee Tech University

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Tennessee Tech University

  • Cookeville
  • Tennessee
  • USA

Tennessee Technological University is an accredited public university located in Cookeville, Tennessee, United States, known as (Tennessee Tech). The institution was founded in 1915 to place a special emphasis on undergraduate education in fields related to engineering and technology. Students at Tennessee Tech get more than a top-notch education. They learn to be leaders in their chosen careers and lifelong learners. With an enrollment of more than 10,000 students, TTU offers more than 40 undergraduates and 20 graduate degrees across six academic disciplines: Agriculture and Human Ecology, Arts and Sciences, Business, Education, Engineering, and Interdisciplinary and Extended Education. At TTU, learning isn’t contained within a classroom’s four walls. There’s a strong intellectual community, where faculty and students connect daily through research, discussion and service. In other words, a town community of about 25,000 people would offer the best of rural and urban living. While students live centrally among three of Tennessee’s largest cities, the campus is surrounded by lakes, state parks, mountains and rivers in one of the most ecologically diverse climates in the nation.

Tennessee Tech University: is accredited from the following countries (based on major)

  • KSA KSA
  • UAE UAE
  • Qatar Qatar
  • Kuwait Kuwait
  • Jordan Jordan
  • Syria Syria
  • Palestine Palestine
  • Lebanon Lebanon
  • Egypt Egypt
  • Sudan Sudan
  • Libya Libya
  • Algeria Algeria
  • Morocco Morocco
  • Yemen Yemen
  • About location of Tennessee Tech University

  • LOCATIONCity: Cookeville          Population: 31135

Located in Putnam County, Tennessee, Cookeville is a small but nevertheless significant economic hub. It has a humid, subtropical climate, where summers are typically hot and humid and winters are usually mild and cool. The city boasts stunning natural beauty. Points of interest include the Burgess Falls State Park, Cummins Falls State Park, and several other parks, arboretums, and historic plantations. The city embraces a rich culture of art and history, with a variety of art galleries, theaters, and museums spread throughout the city. Outdoor lovers will love the ample swimming holes, hiking opportunities, and scenic landscapes that Cookeville has to offer.