The Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR) colleges and universities have joined together in offering Regents Online Campus Collaborative ROCC). Most courses completed in the Regents Online Campus Collaborative are entirely online and are completely transferable among all the participating TBR institutions. Students are able to choose the college or university that will award their degree. All thirteen TBR two-year colleges deliver and award associate degrees, while all six TBR universities deliver and award bachelor degrees. A career/technical program leading to the associate of applied science degree in Professional Studies with a concentration in Information Technology is available.
Associate Degrees and Certificates offered through ROCC
Associate of Arts (A.A.) - Criminal Justice, General Studies
Associate of Science (A.S.) - Criminal Justice, General Studies
Associate of Science in General Studies - Elective Concentration for: Teacher Aides/ Paraprofessionals Preparation (*University Parallel)
Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) - Early Childhood Education, Health Information Technology, Information Technology, Web Technology
Technical Certificate - Web Page Authoring
Students who pursue online programs should be highly motivated, independent, active learners who have good organizational and time management skills. Students should also have the discipline to study without external reminders and be able to adapt to new learning environments. Visit http://www.rodp.org or call 1-866-462-7722 ext. 4602 or 865-882-4602 for more information. Visit their website for current course offerings, other program offerings, and required books.
Students must meet the graduation requirements of the home institution. The college catalog of the home institution is the final authority for all degree and program requirements. Students must meet Roane State’s graduation requirements.