Tennessee Technological University, commonly known as "Tennessee Tech" or "TTU," is widely considered by many students to be "the best engineering school in the state." "It's the same degree that you can get anywhere else [and] for a cheaper cost." "It's got a great nursing program." The education program is "amazing," and "they offer quite a lot for a reasonable tuition." One student informs us that "this school pushes each student to the next level and is actually preparing you for [the] future." The school's professors, many of whom "are graduates from TTU," "offer the opportunity to ask questions and allow discussion in their classes." A handful of students have noted that "s
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