For more information on all our courses and programs, browse our 2014-15 College Catalog.
Career Programs are for students planning to go directly into the workforce after earning an associate's degree. These programs are designed to provide the education and hands-on experience needed to be successful in a variety of fields. Many of the programs have concentrations that allow students to better tailor their degree to their interests.
Administrative Professional Technology
Health Care Office Administration
Computer Science and Information Technology
Computer Systems Technology
Networking and Communications Systems
Automated Industrial Systems
Electrical Construction Management
Business, Industrial and Interdisciplinary
Communication Graphics Technology
Video Production Technology
Students entering a community college in Tennessee who select one of 50 majors with accompanying transfer pathways, complete required courses and earn an associate’s degree can transition seamlessly as a junior at a Tennessee public university. Some specific academic programs, such as Nursing where class sizes are limited, may have competitive admissions based on enrollment, but students will be advised about any requirements when they first enroll in the program.
All earned credit hours will apply toward a bachelor's degree in the same discipline. The pathways also guarantee admission to all public universities in the state, except for UT Knoxville, where competitive admission standards will still apply.
For more information on the Tennessee Transfer Pathways, visit our Transfer Pathways Advising site.
Pellissippi State offers high-quality, short-term training in the form of Certificate Programs. Individual curricula are designed for working students who want to upgrade their skills or gain additional certification in a particular area. For a listing of certificates, visit Certificate Programs or the College Catalog for detailed descriptions.