Off-campus Bachelors Degree Completion
Bringing TSU to YOU!
In collaboration with Tennessee State University's (TSU) Off-Campus Programs and through current and developing partnerships, the College of Arts and Sciences is providing area students the opportunity to complete the Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice at select community colleges in the Middle Tennessee region. Students complete the Associate's Degree in Criminal Justice (or the General Transfer Associate's Degree with a Criminal Justice emphasis) at their community college and then complete their junior and senior years at the same campus while enrolled in TSUs "2+2" Program.
By offering all courses through the community colleges, students attend classes close to home, allowing them to maintain their local residences, work locally, and to avoid extensive travel or relocation. The Department of Criminal Justice provides the same high value, affordable, educational experience and main campus quality instruction in traditional classroom, online, and hybrid formats. In addition to small class size, students receive individual assistance and advisement via their Off-Campus Program Coordinator and an Off-Campus Counselor, who strive to ensure the students enjoy all of the benefits of the TSU Criminal Justice Program, but from a distance!
Cohorts are now forming - visit the links below to view information on the current partnership arrangements with your school, and call, click or stop by today!
Motlow State Community College Program Established and Growing!
Volunteer State Community College Program Established and Growing!
*Program availability contingent on minimum enrollment.