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To enroll in a transfer program leading to an associate of arts or an associate of science degree, and eventually a bachelor’s degree, the Tennessee State Board of Regents requires the completion of specific high school courses.
All applicants who graduated from a high school or home school in or subsequent to 1989 must meet the following requirements in addition to those listed in the student’s selected program of study. Applicants who received a GED certificate in 1989 and thereafter as well as students who have an Enhanced ACT Composite score of 26 or higher are considered to have met all high school unit requirements except those in foreign language and visual/performing arts.
|Mathematics (1 of each)||3|
|Algebra I and II|
|Geometry or other advanced math with Geometry component|
|At least 1 unit must be Biology I or II,|
|Biology for Technology, Chemistry I or II,|
|Physics, or Principles of Technology II|
Applicants who are found to be deficient in any of the above areas may be admitted on a provisional basis. Questions regarding this policy should be forwarded to the Admissions and Records Office.
Removal of Entrance Deficiencies
Students with academic deficiencies will be notified by the Admissions and Records Office.
|Algebra I and II||*See note|
|Geometry or other advanced math||MATH 0990|
|with geometry component|
|Natural/Physical Science I||BIOL 1110|
|Natural/Physical Science II||ASTR 1010|
|BIOL 1120, 2020|
|CHEM 1000, 1020, 1120|
|Social Studies||GGY 201|
|SOCI 1010, 2110|
|U.S. History||HIST 2010, 2020|
|Foreign Language I||FREN 1010|
|Foreign Language II||FREN 1020|
|Visual/Performing Arts||SPCH 1010, THEA 1030|
ARTP 1000, 1110, 1010, 1020, 1130, 1140, 1310, 1410, 1420, 201, 202, 203, 2110, 2120
|MUS 1030, 140, or any three classes chosen from the Applied Music
Individual Instruction, Ensembles or Class Instruction categories*.
|*NOTE: See the RSCC course descriptions for a complete list.|
NOTE: Entrance deficiencies in English, Algebra I and II will be handled through mandatory assessment, placement and removal of deficiency at the Learning Support level.