UT Martin's agriculture degree programs received at national top-10 ranking for its variety of ag-related studies, such as plant and soil science as featured in the photo.

UT Martin academic programs receive national, regional rankings

The University of Tennessee at Martin recently received multiple national and regional top-10 rankings for its on-campus and online academic programs.

The UT Martin nursing program was ranked fourth in the southeast by nursingprocess.org for its high NCLEX-RN pass rate, academic quality, reputation and affordability. Over 700 schools offering nursing programs were evaluated for the 2020 Best BSN Programs in the Southeast ranking. For more information about the nursing program, contact Dr. Mary Radford, department chair, at marye@utm.edu.

The online Master of Science in Education with a major in counseling also placed fourth nationally in collegerank.net’s 30 Best Online Master’s in Mental Health Counseling. The program was ranked on its accreditation, affordability and estimated salary graduates will earn with the degree. For more information about the Master of Education degree, contact Laurie Green, education graduate student services coordinator, at lgreen14@utm.edu.

Learn.org ranked the university’s agriculture degree programs 10th nationally, including its bachelor’s and master’s degree options, for a wide variety of concentrations offered both on-campus and online. UT Martin’s 640-acre teaching farm and agriculture living-learning communities also played a factor in its top-10 ranking. For more information about the College of Agriculture and Applied Science, contact Dr. Todd Winters, dean, at winters@utm.edu.

For more information about the university’s rankings, contact the Office of University Relations at 731-881-7615.


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