Founded in 1946, TTU has a passion for challenging students
academically and encouraging them to grow in their faith.
- the College of Arts and Sciences, which is comprised of
- the College of Business and Leadership, which is comprised of
- the School of Theology and Ministry, which is comprised of
Tennessee Temple seeks to follow the Bible’s command to love God with our minds (Mark 12:30); therefore, each unit provides students with a solid biblical foundation, and then it focuses on developing students into servant leaders capable of transforming their communities, churches, and workplaces for the glory of God.
As a Christian institution of higher learning, Tennessee Temple University requires a solid biblical foundation for all students because the Word of God is the preeminent text book, teaching us how to know and love God, how to love and relate to one another, and how to live a holy life that glorifies God. Upon this biblical foundation, undergraduate programs are built with a liberal arts core than ensures a broad range of thought for every student regardless of major. Tennessee Temple graduates who desire further study have found success in graduate schools and in service to God and their communities all around the globe in ministry, education, business, health care, and government.
Students choose from a variety of programs which are listed specifically here. Courses are offered in residence in traditional 15-week fall and spring semesters and in residential module classes which are intensive one-week studies offered in August, December, January and May. Courses are also offered year-round through Online Learning, primarily in 8 week classes with a few 13 week classes available as well.
|Center for Leadership Studies||College of Arts & Sciences|
|Department of Bible & Christian Ministries||Department of Business Administration|
|Division of Education||Graduate Programs|
|Programs List||Status Sheets 2013-2014|