Welcome to the College of Business and Technology or CBAT, as we at ETSU often refer to our College. Our vision is to be nationally and regionally recognized as a preeminent College of Business and Technology in learning, creative activity/scholarship, and engagement. This is an ambitious vision but we are an ambitious College.
CBAT is home to very dedicated and talented faculty, staff, and students. The Departments of Accountancy, Economics and Finance, Management and Marketing, Computing, Engineering, Engineering Technology and Surveying, Digital Media and Military Science serve over 2800 undergraduate and graduate students. To all first-time visitors to our website, I encourage you to explore our academic and engagement programs and opportunities. We welcome the opportunity to serve or collaborate.
Our faculty and staff are first and foremost sincerely dedicated to the success of our students. The world class faculty within our College, while being dedicated and talented classroom teachers, are also leaders in producing relevant scholarship and creative works. I personally benefited from the teaching and scholarly excellence of our faculty. I am an alumnus twice, earning baccalaureate and masters degrees.
In addition to excellence in the classroom and lab, the faculty and staff of CBAT are also committed to producing applied research and innovations which support and promote economic development within our region of the State and beyond. In other words, we are a College which thinks globally and responds to the educational, economic and societal needs regionally.
If you are interested in learning more about our College, please don't hesitate to contact me or one of our excellent staff. I hope to see you on campus in the near future.
Dean Dennis Depew
Chairs of Excellence
- Allen and Ruth Harris Chair of Excellence in Business
- AFG Industries Chair of Excellence in Business and Technology
Centers and Bureaus
- Bureau of Business & Economic Research
- Center for Banking
- Tennessee Small Business Development Center
- Tennessee Small Business Development Center (TSBDC): The TSBDC has many workshops that they are currently offering. For more information
on these workshops or any others including how to register, please visit their website.
- CBAT Career Fair 2019: The College of Business and Technology will hold its annual career fair on Wednesday, February 20, 2019 from 9:30am to 1:30pm in the Millennium Centre Ballroom. For more information please
check the CBAT Career Services webpage.
- CBAT iBUCS Competition: The iBUCS Competition will be held on Friday, April 5, 2019 from 11am to 5:30pm in the Millennium Centre auditorium. For more information, please check the iBUCS webpage.
- The College of Business and Technology is pleased to announce that a significant donation of surveying equipment has been donated from Transit and Level Clinic in Cary, North Carolina. The surveying program received five Leica total stations and data collectors. For more information about the donation, please click here.
- The College of Business and Technology is pleased to announce that our Engineering,
Engineering Technology, and Surveying department has been awarded a STEM education
grant from DENSO, one of the world's largest automotive suppliers of technology and
components. Please read the press announcement to find out more information about the grant and how the department plans to utilize
- The College of Business and Technology is pleased to announce that the Surveying program
within the Engineering, Engineering Technology, and Surveying Department has been
awarded an educational award from the National Council of Examiners for Engineering
and Surveying. A jury selected the program to receive a monetary award to assist with
their continued efforts to promote the importance and value of surveying licensure.
- Please join The College of Business and Technology in congratulating Samantha Young,
a digital media major, on be awarded the John C. Bowers Elizabethton Rotary Club Scholarship.
The John C. Bowers Elizabethton Rotary Club Scholarship is awarded to undergraduate
ETSU students who attended high school in Elizabethton or Carter County for at least
two years and hold a minimum grade point average of 2.5.
- College and Departmental News and Events
- ETSU has partnered with Tennessee Tech University to offer the TTU-ETSU Bachelor of Science in Engineering. Engineering classes started in the fall 2016 semester; the full program launch was in the fall 2017. To learn more about it, please visit the engineering website.
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