A new Bachelor of Applied Science in Information Technology in Cybersecurity degree program at UTC will directly address workforce needs. Approximately 6,700 cybersecurity jobs are open in Tennessee—including 300-plus in southeast Tennessee and north Georgia—and employment demand is expected to grow 22-24% in the next five years.
Hong Qin, a UTC professor of computer science, has been selected to advance to the second of three rounds of review in the U.S. National Academy of Medicine’s Healthy Longevity Global Grand Challenge.
Maxwell King helped digitally archive and catalogue the massive collection of artifacts at the Bessie Smith Cultural Center.
“How is your family in Ukraine doing?” It’s the most-asked question for graduate students Arsen Martyshchuk and Nina Klimenkova, who arrived at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga last month for the start of fall semester.
Dillon Martin, a 2017 UTC graduate with a bachelor’s degree in finance, and Justin Clark, who received a master’s in computer science from UTC in 2019, are two of the four founders of a mobile financial app called Levo Financial.
Bachelor’s and master’s degrees in hand, Josh Tyler looks forward to Ph.D. program
The new program prepares military veterans and first responders—police, fire, EMTS and others—for careers in cybersecurity,
Just visiting a foreign country on vacation can be daunting. New people. Different language. Unfamiliar culture. Strange food. Imagine if it’s not just a brief visit for fun, but to stay, live and learn. Currently, 113 students from 41 countries are living and learning at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. Their home countries include…
UTC students, faculty and staff all include veterans in their ranks.
Sisters start college at the same age: 15.