Date of publication: 2017-09-02 18:51
Welcome to Tennessee State University's School of Studies of Graduate & Professional Studies . We invite you to explore graduate education and research opportunities at our institution. We currently offer seven doctoral degrees, 79 master's degrees, and eight graduate certificate programs.
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Each graduate program is assigned an analyst who is responsible for assisting students from admission to a degree program through graduation. Graduate students are encouraged to call their Graduate Program Director or Advisor with respect to any academic aspect of their graduate program. Graduate analysts serve as resource personnel to answer questions regarding admission requirements, timetables for filing degree program forms, intent to graduate forms, general questions regarding theses or dissertations, etc. Listed below are the graduate analysts and the programs they oversee.
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Quality doctoral research occurs each semester here at TSU. Yet, only members of the departments where it occurs and few other members of the University Community know of its significance. In an attempt to disseminate this original research and its seminal findings, the School of Graduate & Professional Studies under the title of DISSERTATION MUSINGS, we will publish the abstracts of each of the excellent dissertations. Beginning next semester, we’ll begin publishing selected abstracts of masters’ theses as well. Enjoy and please provide feedback.