Weekend Programs - Fall 2017

For some students, the workweek is simply too crowded to allow time for school. Pellissippi State offers weekend classes for some degree programs at the Magnolia Avenue Campus. In these programs, you can complete an entire degree on the weekends. Weekend classes are held on Saturdays from 8:30 a.m.-11:45 a.m. and from 12;15 p.m.-3:30 p.m.


If you plan to earn your associate degree and then transfer to a four-year university — but you’re not sure what options you might pursue there — you can earn a general transfer degree. Completing one of these degrees will fulfill the general education requirements at a four-year university. However, that flexibility means that you’re responsible for ensuring that the courses you take will be accepted by the university you plan to attend.

General Associate of Arts

General Associate of Science


Tennessee Transfer Pathway programs are designed to seamlessly transfer to Tennessee Board of Regents or University of Tennessee institutions. Students who complete a TTP program will earn an Associate of Arts or an Associate of Science degree with a concentration in their area of study. Those areas of study count toward a four-year university major in that same area.


Business Administration

Social Work


Career programs prepare students to earn their associate degrees and then enter the workforce. Associate of Applied Science degrees are offered in a number of program areas with numerous concentrations.

Early Childhood Education


Students can earn high-quality, short-term training in the form of certificates. Certificates are especially designed for working students or those who wish to upgrade skills or gain additional certification. Most certificates don’t have general education or placement testing requirements, and they are not supported by financial aid. Certificates offered at the Magnolia Avenue Campus:

Early Childhood Education Certificate

Medical Scribe Certificate


COLL 1500 - MW1 -- College Success
ECED 2310 - MW1 -- Safe, Healthy Learning Environments, 3rd 5wks
ECED 2340 - MW1 -- Family Dynamics & Community Involvement
ENGL 1010 - MW1 -- English Composition I
INFS 1010 - M05 -- Computer Applications
MATH 1530 - M01 -- Introductory Statistics
MATH 1530 - ME1 -- Introductory Statistics
MATH 0530 - ME1 -- Statistics Principles w/Lab
MUS 1030 - MW1 -- Music Appreciation
SWRK 2010 - MW1 -- Introduction to Social Work