The University of Tennessee at Martin is an "affordable" regional school with "smaller" classes, a significant selection of online courses, and "a down-home atmosphere." UTM is "very strong in science and agriculture majors." Nursing and education are notable as well. Also, graduate and professional school acceptance rates for students are high, particularly in health-related fields. The faculty runs the gamut. Most profs "teach with a passion" and are "concerned with your success." "I have only had a couple terrible professors," recalls a mechanical engineering major. "For the most part, the professors at UTM are excellent," adds a biology major.
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