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Pellissippi State’s Blount County Campus opened in 2010, but the College has offered college classes in Blount County since 1985 — meeting at Maryville High School and the former Union and Bungalow elementary schools.
With a long history and a convenient location to Maryville, Alcoa and Friendsville, the Blount County Campus offers dozens of degrees and certificates you can earn entirely in Blount County. The Blount County Campus boasts the West Chevrolet Auditorium an outdoor amphitheater and walking trail and is home to nursing and computer labs and a manufacturing technology lab.
You can earn some degrees and certificates without ever leaving the Blount County Campus. These degree pathways may include a combination of on-campus and online classes.
Due to COVID-19, more courses may have to be completed online to finish the programs.
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General Transfer Degrees
The general transfer degree at Pellissippi State is for students who wish to earn an associate degree, but want to keep their options open when they transfer to a university. Completing one of these degrees fulfills general education requirements for a four-year degree. However, this flexibility means that each student is responsible for ensuring that individual courses will be accepted by the university he or she plans to attend.
Tennessee Transfer Pathway Programs
Students who complete all the courses listed in a Tennessee Transfer Pathway (TTP) program will earn an Associate of Arts or Associate of Science degree with a concentration in a certain area of study. TTP courses count toward the university major of that area of study. These programs are designed to seamlessly transfer to four-year colleges/universities although some colleges or universities may have additional requirements.
The following Tennessee Transfer Pathway programs require four or fewer online classes and/or classes at the Hardin Valley campus: