Tennessee Tech University’s College of Education and School of Interdisciplinary Studies & Extended Education are partnering with Pellissippi State Community College, Roane State Community College (Crossville and Oak Ridge sites), Motlow State Community College (Tullahoma and McMinnville sites), and Chattanooga State Technical Community College to offer 2+2 Elementary Education programs on the community college campuses.
The program, which offers on-site delivery of the third and fourth years of the College of Education’s teacher licensure program, is designed to mirror the quality of on-campus classes while increasing accessibility. While the Department of Curriculum and Instruction oversees the academic efforts, the School of Interdisciplinary Studies & Extended Education manages the logistics of the endeavor.
For more information about the programs at Pellissippi State and Roane State, contact Dennis Tennant, Director.
For more information about the programs at Motlow State and Chattanooga State, contact Janie Robbins, Associate Director, Southern Region.
To enroll in a program at any of the off-campus sites, contact the TTU College of Education Student Success Center or the College of Interdisciplinary Studies Student Success Center.