October 14, 2014 -
The Computer and Engineering Technologies division offers career oriented one-year technical certificate programs and two-year Associate of Applied Science degrees to prepare students for immediate employment, as well as Associate of Arts and Associate of Science programs for students transferring to a university. While the division's academic programs are diverse in their offerings, all courses are designed to build critical thinking and problem-solving skills that students will need as they enter the workforce or transfer to four-year degree programs.
Architectural, Civil and Construction Engineering Technology
Computer Information Systems
Computer Networking Technology
Electrical Engineering Technology
Industrial Process Control Technology (Humphreys County Campus Only)
Police Science - Criminal Justice
Tennessee Transfer Pathways (TTPs) help students transfer to a Tennessee public university to complete their baccalaureate degree. Completing all the courses listed on a particular Tennessee Transfer Pathway will earn an A.A. or A.S. degree at Nashville State and all courses are guaranteed to count toward that university major.
The prescribed curriculum for each Transfer Pathway must be followed exactly to ensure all hours transfer. Talk to an advisor, see the NSCC Catalog, and visit www.tntransferpathway.org for more TTP information. View TTP video
AA/AS Tennessee Transfer Pathways Course Requirements
Advising Sheet - Civil Engineering A.S. Degree (PDF)
Advising Sheet - Computer Science A.S. Degree (PDF)
Advising Sheet - Criminal Justice A.A. Degree (PDF)
Advising Sheet - Criminal Justice A.S. Degree (PDF)
Advising Sheet - Electrical Engineering A.S. Degree (PDF)
Advising Sheet - Information Systems A.S. Degree (PDF)
Advising Sheet - Mechanical Engineering A.S. Degree (PDF)
AA and AS degree areas of emphasis courses are recommended for university majors where no TTP is offered at Nashville State, but do not represent requirements for any specific university.
In planning the courses to be taken at Nashville State, students first choose the four-year university that they plan to attend, consult the catalog of the transfer university for specific degree requirements, and meet with their Nashville State advisor to match up the courses offered at Nashville State with the courses required at their future four-year university.
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