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Carson-Newman, Pellissippi State partner on transfer pathways for students

(Dec. 15, 2016) – Carson-Newman University and Pellissippi State Community College are partnering to ensure transfer pathways are seamless for community college students who go on to earn their four-year degrees.

The partnership specifically targets certain transfer programs, which allow students to earn an associate degree and then transfer those credits to a four-year university. The Carson-Newman partnership will allow seamless transfer for Pellissippi State students earning an Associate of Fine Arts in Music and an Associate of Science in Teaching with a concentration for preschool through grade three, as well as the Tennessee Transfer Pathway degree in Business Administration. Students who earn those degrees from Pellissippi State can then transfer to Carson-Newman to complete bachelor’s degrees in Education, Music and Business.

Additionally, students who earn certain associate degrees from Pellissippi State can transfer to Carson-Newman and enter bachelor’s degree programs in general studies or in Pre-Nursing.

“Partnerships like this one allow community college students to more easily find their way along the path to a higher education,” said L. Anthony Wise Jr., president of Pellissippi State.

“This is a significant partnership between two great academic institutions that will benefit East Tennessee students by providing the opportunity to earn a bachelor’s degree. It’s a win-win all-around,” said Paul Percy, provost of Carson-Newman.

We are proud to partner with Carson-Newman University to enable our students to successfully complete a bachelor’s degree in these programs,” said Ted Lewis, vice president of Academic Affairs at Pellissippi State.

Carson-Newman University Provost Paul Percy, left, and Pellisippi State President Anthony Wise sign an agreement between the two institutions to help ensure transfer pathways are seamless for community college students who go on to earn their four-year degrees.Carson-Newman University Provost Paul Percy, left, and Pellisippi State President Anthony Wise sign an agreement between the two institutions to help ensure transfer pathways are seamless for community college students who go on to earn their four-year degrees.

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