Jun 24, 2024  
2023-2024 CATALOG 
    
2023-2024 CATALOG

Courses Offered


 

A grade of “C” or better is required to pass

  • all prerequisite courses
  • all courses specified by course numbers in the summary of required hours
  • all program directed or technical electives
  • all Nursing Allied Health programs
  • all Associate of Science in Teaching (AST) programs
  • all Technical Certificates
     

Course Listings

  • Courses are listed by subject abbreviation. (e.g. ENGL = English, FIRE = Fire Science, and WELD = Welding)
  • Course numbers beginning with 0 (e.g. 0700, 0810) are Learning Support or other remedial-type courses.
  • Course numbers beginning with 1 (e.g. 101, 1010) are freshman level.
  • Course numbers beginning with 2 (e.g. 201, 2010) are sophomore level.
  • Courses numbered 000 or 0000 are Tennessee College of Applied Technology courses and carry clock-hour credit.
  • Need help reading a course description?
     

Legend

 = this course fulfills a General Education requirement

► = this course is a Universal Transfer course recognized by the state of TN

* = this course is a Transitional Studies course (not generally transferable, and not applicable to credit hours required for a degree or certificate)

 

 

 

Paralegal Studies

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Pharmacy Technician

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Philosophy

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Physical Education (General Courses)

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Physical Education (Activity Courses)

Physical Education Activity courses meet 2 hours per week for each semester hour of credit. To encourage students to develop and maintain an active, healthy lifestyle, designated Physical Education Activity Courses are repeatable for credit, but no more than 6 hours (in any combination) may be applied toward a degree. Each course has a maximum limit as well (see course description).

Adaptive Physical Education

Students with Adaptive Physical Education needs may enroll in any of a number of regular Physical Education activity classes. These classes routinely begin with evaluation of each student’s physical profile and establish a personalized training or conditioning program based on the individual’s needs. A wide range of adaptations may be implemented, limited by considerations of the student’s personal safety and abilities and reasonable and appropriate use of the College’s equipment and facilities.

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Physical Science

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Physical Therapist Assistant

Admission to the Physical Therapist Assistant Program is a prerequisite for all PT courses. Please consult the SUMMARY OF REQUIRED HOURS; all PT courses shown in the same term are corequisites, all PT courses shown in the preceding term(s) are PT prerequisites, and all BIOL and PHYS courses are pre/corequisites to PT courses as shown.

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Physics

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Political Science

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Position Emission Tomography

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Powerhouse Operations

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Practical Nursing (LPN)

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Psychology

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