The Business Division is where creative entrepreneurship meets artistic technology. Here you'll learn the skills needed to push technological envelopes while becoming prepared to enter the business world.
Scholarships are available to students based upon their academic performance, community service, residency and other criteria as defined by the founder or donor of the award. Both the State of Tennessee and the Chattanooga State Foundation provide scholarships for qualified students.
A Service Driven Life
Hisel Gobble reflects on his teaching career at Chattanooga State with a strong sense of purpose and determination; much like his days as a Marine in the jungles of Vietnam.
Being a veteran means a lot to Gobble. “Actually, from the time I was very young, I had looked forward to serving...
Chattanooga State Faculty Promotions and Tenure Announced
The Academic Affairs Division at Chattanooga State Community College has announced the following faculty promotions and tenure recognition approved by the Tennessee Board of Regents:
Business: Associate Professor – Michael Largent; Assistant Professor – Philip Fortin,...
Opportunities to Shine
Nathan Smith took a series of jobs after earning his bachelor’s in sociology, but the jobs had little to do with his degree and he felt the need to try something else. After some inward reflection, Nathan realized he always had a love of storytelling and a “bit of flair” for the dramatic. Armed...
Many of the Division's AAS degrees are ACBSP accredited. ACBSP accreditation is based on the quality and integrity of college and university business degree programs, including program content, outcomes, faculty and administration.
Both the Paralegal Studies AAS Degree & the Paralegal Studies Technical Certificate are ABA accredited programs.