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Earn a Degree, Fentress Campus
Earn a Degree, Fentress Campus

Programs Available

  • Complete classes that will transfer to a university:

    No matter your major, all degree seeking students have to take a group of core courses called general education classes, or “gen ed” for short. Examples include Speech, Composition and Western Civilization. Most can complete all of their general education requirements at the campus through a combination of traditional on-ground classes and those delivered via our IDEA room technology. Students will need to travel to another campus for science labs.
  • A.A.S. Degree, Paralegal Studies

    Note: most classes will delivered via our IDEA room technology.  You will interact live with your instructor who may be at another RSCC campus.
  • A.A.S. Degree, General Technology Degree

    Note: most classes will delivered via our IDEA room technology.  You will interact live with your instructor who may be at another RSCC campus.

Complete Learning Support Requirements

Many Roane State students start in what are called Learning Support classes. The classes do not count toward degrees but are designed to strengthen students’ skills in math, writing or reading so that students are ready for college-level work. Students can finish all of their Learning Support courses at the campus.

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