Welcome to the College of Business and Global Affairs at UT Martin, a student-centered learning environment designed to provide all students with a quality education filled with hands-on, practical learning that will enable them to be competitive and relevant in today's workforce.
Students in this college are prepared for more than jobs. They are prepared for careers and for life outside of educational boundaries.
Students affiliated with the College of Business and Global Affairs (CBGA) are serious about completing educational milestones, being competitive in the workforce, and becoming productive members of society. CBGA students are detail-oriented, creative, community-minded, and organized critical thinkers.
They embrace and enjoy challenges both inside and outside the classroom. Many faculty engage in research activities and projects with the students.
The College of Business and Global Affairs has numerous student organizations students can join so they can network, learn additional skills, and form lifelong relationships.
The Center for Global Education and Experience promotes the internationalization of UT Martin's students, faculty and programs and provides for the discussion of global issues and student and faculty experiences abroad. The Center also serves as a hub for international activities of campus units and strives to develop synergy among them. The Travel Study and Study-Abroad Programs housed in the Center provides advising to students interested in such opportunities and maintains close working relationships with a network of overseas partner institutions.
The programs in business are accredited by The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International).
Faculty in the Spotlight
Dr. Anderson Starling, an associate professor of political science, knows that the subject he teaches is often a source of discomfort and dissension, but he encourages his students to put aside their political predispositions in order to understand what factors determine their and other people's beliefs.
Starling says he makes it a point to not discuss his personal political opinions in his classes in
order to ensure his students trust him and the materials he teaches.
Ultimately, his goal as an educator is to see his students succeed. Every graduation, Starling can be found sitting among his fellow faculty members cheering on every student he has taught, thankful he had the chance to influence their lives.