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UT Martin is "home" to nearly 7,000 students who have the choice of more than 100 different specialties in undergraduate and graduate programs. There are majors in the natural and social sciences, humanities, fine and performing arts, computer science, nursing, agriculture, teacher education, business administration and engineering. Master's degrees are offered in accounting and business administration, counseling and teacher education, family and consumer sciences and agriculture and natural resources systems management.
The Department of Agriculture and Natural Resources offers--completely by distance delivery--a Master of Science in Agriculture & Natural Resources Systems Management, designed to prepare place-bound agriculture and natural resources professionals for career advancement. Both faculty and students in the department engage in public service and applied research related to needs of the region.