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Adult Learning Focused Institution


Evening School

MTSU offers several degrees in the evening for students who cannot access the campus during the day. Evening classes begin after 4:30 p.m.  and follow the regular academic calendar and tuition and fees schedule. University admissions procedures must be followed before registering for these and other distance learning courses. An admissions application (undergraduate or graduate) may be completed online and, upon admittance to the university, students may register for courses online via Pipeline.

Undergraduate Degree Programs

Department Contact / Advisor

B.B.A. Accounting Dr. G. Robert Smith, Jr 
B.B.A. Entrepreneurship
B.S. Business Education
B.B.A. Office Management
Jaye Kiblinger
B.B.A. Computer Information Systems Darlene Fults
B.B.A. Finance
B.B.A. Economics
Gina Poole
B.B.A. Business Administration
B.B.A. Management
B.B.A. Marketing
Jill Austin 

Graduate Degree Programs


Master of Accountancy Dr. Terry Ward
Master of Business Education Jaye Kiblinger
M.S. Chemistry Dr. Scott Handy

Master of Business Administration

Chrissy Koepfgen
M.S. Computer Information Systems Darlene Fults
Masters in Criminal Justice Dr. Deborah Newman
Ed.S. Administration & Supervision (Higher Education)
Ed.S. Curriculum & Instruction 
M.Ed. Administration & Supervision (Higher Education)
M.Ed. Curriculum & Instruction
Dr. Jim Huffman
Ed.S. Administration & Supervision (K-12 Schools)
M.Ed. Administration & Supervision (K-12 Schools)
Dr. Marvin Peyton
M.S. Mass Communication Dr. Bob Kalwinsky
M.A. Sociology Dr. Angela Mertig


Evening Services

Parking Permits – All parking passes are available through the Parking and Transportation Services Office located on Main Street. Parking permits are issued for the academic year at the beginning of each fall semester.  Students should remember to bring photo identification and license plate number when obtaining a parking permit.

MTSU Blue ID Card - A personal MTSU ID card is required to check out books at the library, for admission to the Campus Recreation Center and campus computer labs. There is a ten dollar charge for the replacement of lost cards ID cards are made in two locations:

  • The MTSU BlueID Office, located in the Student Services Building (SSAC), Room 112, is open 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.
  • After hours: The MT One Stop can issue ID cards between 4:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. They are located in the Student Union Building.

*These offices are closed during university holidays and for graduation as shown on the Academic Calendar.