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UT Martin nationally ranked for agriculture, counseling programs


Contact 1: Erin Chesnut

MARTIN, Tenn. – The University of Tennessee at Martin’s undergraduate program in general agriculture and master’s degree program in school counseling and have been recognized on a national scale, according to two recently released rankings. recognized UT Martin as a top-five school nationally for veterans wishing to pursue degrees in general agriculture. UT Martin is ranked fourth on this national list and first in the state of Tennessee. This is the second consecutive year that UT Martin has topped the statewide ranking.

According to the ranking website, “These rankings were developed to highlight schools that offer quality outcomes in a specific major while also offering support and resources to help veterans and active-duty military students thrive.” also ranked UT Martin 19th on its list of the “Best Online Master’s in School Counseling Programs for 2017.” UT Martin is the only Tennessee school included in this top-25 national list. According to the ranking profile, the list is based on a variety of academic criteria, including courses offered, available specializations, student outcomes and career-support services.

Several UT Martin graduate and undergraduate programs, both online and on campus, are ranked for quality at the regional and national levels. For more information, contact the UT Martin Office of University Relations at 731-881-7615.


PHOTO ID: Employees on the UT Martin teaching farm are shown tilling a section of row crops.

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