You can still enroll in the credit and non-credit courses listed on this page.
For more information, contact Dennis Tennant at
Extended Programs and Regional Development (EPRD)
EPRD seeks to give you access to education by offering alternatives to the traditional college experience in Tennessee. Through distance learning and partnerships with other schools at off-campus locations, we make a college education more accessible to more Tennesseans.
EPRD provides interdisciplinary opportunities, innovative degrees/programs, rapid response to student need, and the technological infrastructure for faculty who create distance-learning course delivery systems. Known for its flexibility, which allows it to respond rapidly to marketplace demands, EPRD delivers courses and programs either through electronic distance learning, at off-campus sites throughout our service area, or in the evenings or on weekends.
One-Hour Credit Education Program (Scholarships Available)
- ACT TEST PREPARATION
- NON-CREDIT ARABIC LANGUAGE AND CULTURE
- EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP SEMINAR/CONFERENCES