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Adult Education
Pellissippi State's Adult Education Program provides free instruction for anyone age 17 or older who has specific learning needs.

AHEAD Program
An accelerated two-year degree program where you can earn a two-year associate's degree in only 16 months!

Business and Community Services
Business and Community Services is your training connection for career success or personal development. BCS provides many programs and services including Institutional and Technical Certificate Programs.

Career Technical Programs
Pellissippi State's 10 Career/Technical Programs is a perfect fit for those students who know exactly what career path they want to take.

Administrative Professional Tech
     Business Concentration
     Health Care Office
     Administration Concentration

Business Administration
     Computer Accounting Concentration
     Hospitality Concentration
     Management Concentration
     Marketing Concentration

Computer Science and Information Technology
     Database Design and Development
     High Performance Computing Concentration
     Networking & Communications Systems
     Programming Concentration

Early Childhood Education

Engineering Technology
     Civil Engineering Concentration
     Computer Integrated Drafting & Design Concentration
     Electrical Engineering Concentration
     Industrial Automation Concentration
     Industrial Maintenance Concentration
     Manufacturing Concentration
     Mechanical Concentration

General Technology

Interior Design Technology

Media Technologies
     Communication Graphics Technology Concentration
     Photography Concentration
     Video Production Technology Concentration
     Web Technology Concentration


Paralegal Studies

College Transfer/University Parallel
For almost half the cost of a four-year public institution, students can earn an associate's degree that will transfer to several four-year schools in the area.

Distance Learning and Online Courses
With all the options available at Pellissippi State, not having time to attend class is no longer an excuse for those who want to continue their education. Those with families, full-time jobs or both can still get their degree through the variety of Distance Learning choices.

RODP- Regents Online Degree Program

Dual Enrollment
Area students who want to get ahead in their college career can earn high school and college credits simultaneously through Pellissippi State's Dual Enrollment program.

Transitional Studies
formerly Developmental Studies Program (DSP)

In order to be successful in college-level courses, students must have adequate foundational knowledge and skills. Pellissippi State provides refresher courses in reading, English, math and study skills to assist students in developing college-level skills in each of these areas. Students are placed into these courses based on the results of a placement test.

University Connection- TTU and ETSU
Earning an associate's degree is not the only option for students at Pellissippi State. Through the University Connection program, students can earn a bachelor's degree from Tennessee Technological University or East Tennessee State University without ever leaving Pellissippi State's campus.


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