1 T E KNOX E PE L LI SSEE C OLLE G NE VI Y LL S UN EN S SIP P I COMM IT TE TA AT E s t EN NE S S EE B O STI T A RD OF R EG ENTS IN UT ION Hardin Valley Road P.O. Box Knoxville, Tennessee Pellissippi State
2 (1) GAIN ADMISSION q Complete Online Application for Admission. q Pay $20 non-refundable application fee. q If your native language is not English, you will be required to demonstrate English proficiency. Degree-Seeking Students Submit the following: q Official high school transcripts (Must include graduation with regular high school diploma). GED scores: Must have 450 composite score, with no subject score below 410. Home school transcripts: Accreditation will be verified. q Official college transcripts from each institution attended and test scores, if applicable. (See Step 3.) q Hepatitis B immunization form (If under 18, must be signed by parent or guardian) and measles/mumps/rubella and varicella immunization forms as necessary. Non-degree Students (Students not pursuing a degree or students seeking a certificate) Submit the following: q High school transcripts or GED scores. q Official college transcript if your course requires a prerequisite. Transient/Visiting Students (Students taking a course then returning to home institution) Submit the following: q Official college transcript from current institution indicating good academic standing. STUDENTS WILL BE NOTIFIED WITHIN 10 DAYS OF RECEIVING THEIR APPLICATION. WRITTEN CORRESPONDENCE FROM PELLISSIPPI STATE WILL BE SENT VIA . ATTENTION: STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES If you need accommodations for a disability, contact the Services for Students With Disabilities Office, Goins 134 or (2) APPLY FOR FINANCIAL AID q All degree-seeking students should apply for financial aid, which includes scholarships. (Non-degree and certificate students are not eligible for financial aid.) q Begin by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid and the Pellissippi State Scholarship Application. For financial aid forms or more info: , Financial Aid. (3) SUBMIT TEST SCORES OR TAKE ENTRANCE EXAM q New students must submit valid ACT/SAT scores. If students do not have valid ACT/SAT scores, students will take a COMPASS test. Valid test scores must have been earned within three years prior to the first day of class of the student s entering term. Go to for specific score requirements. Students with scores below the minimum score in either the ACT/ SAT or COMPASS must take the placement test in the area(s) that are below college level. 1 Placement test scores determine course placement in Learning Support reading, English, or math courses or college-level English or math courses. Students with college-level transfer credit in English and math do not have to take the placement test. To set up a time to take the COMPASS and/or placement test at Pellissippi State, call Sample questions are available. (4) MAKE ADVISING AND ORIENTATION APPOINTMENTS Degree-Seeking Students q Steps 1-3 must be completed and all documentation must be received BEFORE you can make an advising appointment. To schedule an advising appointment: q Steps 1 and 3 must be completed before you can make advising and orientation appointments. To schedule advising and orientation: Non-degree Students Remember to bring college transcripts if your course requires a prerequisite. If you don t have college credit, take the entrance tests if you plan to take math or English. (5) REGISTER FOR CLASSES q Registering early gives you a better choice of course offerings and class times. Degree-seeking students register during their advising appointment. Non-degree students register after being admitted. (6) Attend Orientation First-time degree-seeking freshmen are required to attend New Student Orientation to ensure a successful start at Pellissippi State. For more info: (7) PAY TUITION AND CONFIRM ATTENDANCE Fees may be paid online, by mail or in person at the Cashier s Office on any campus. To pay online, go to mypellissippi. YOUR CLASS SCHEDULE WILL BE CANCELED IF YOUR FEES ARE NOT PAID BY THE DEADLINE. Questions? Go to or call
3 The Career Programs path is for students planning to go directly into the workforce after earning an associate s degree. (Courses also transfer seamlessly into many private and public four-year schools.) These programs are designed to provide the education and hands-on experience needed to be successful in a variety of fields. Many of the programs have concentrations that allow students to better tailor their degree to their interests. Students who complete one of the career programs earn an Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree. Here are the career programs and concentrations we offer (Visit for updates): Administrative Professional Technology Business Health Care Office Administration Business Administration Computer Accounting Culinary Arts Hospitality Management Marketing Computer Science and Information Technology computer systems technology Networking and Communications Systems Early Childhood Education Engineering Technology Civil Engineering Electrical Construction Management Electrical Engineering Industrial Maintenance Manufacturing Mechanical Engineering General Technology Interior Design Technology Media Technologies ADMINISTRATIVE PROFESSIONAL TECHNOLOGY Accreditation. Accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs. Program description. Administrative Professional Technology offers a core curriculum that provides an academic/technical foundation for individuals preparing for positions in business and health careers using computer applications and administrative skills. During the last semester of the two-year curriculum, administrative skills will be assessed using Office Proficiency Assessment and Certification (OPAC), developed by the International Association of Administrative Professionals. OPAC uses industry-accepted testing and validation techniques. It measures proficiency and knowledge in computer software, clerical, financial and professional areas. Students may choose to certify based on the results of the assessment. Business concentration. The Business curriculum is designed to update the skills required in the changing business environment and to enhance the training required for traditional administrative careers. Courses allow for specialized training for work environments using the newest hardware and software for business information work centers. Health Care Office Administration concentration. This curriculum provides a course of study for individuals preparing for positions in a medical office. Courses allow for specialized training in medical terminology, coding, and insurance using the latest hardware and software for offices. Communication Graphics Technology Photography Video Production Technology Web Technology Typical job opportunities: Administrative assistant; coding, billing, and insurance specialist; computer applications specialist; office administrator; medical/office manager; document specialist Nursing Paralegal Studies Degree: Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) Business Word
4 Principles of Management... 3 Document Design & Editing... 3 Excel... 3 Macroeconomics... 3 Customer Service... 3 Web Page Design I: Introduction to Web Technology... 3 Office Proficiency Assessment & Certification... 1 Medical Practicum... 3 Insurance Billing & Coding... 3 Health Care Insurance Survey... 3 Team Leadership... 3 Principles of Accounting I... 3 Office Integration... 3 Database & Electronic Records... 3 Communication Media... 4 Information Systems... 3 Office Proficiency Assessment & Certification... 1 Administrative Professional Technology Internship... 3 Emerging Trends in Technology... 4 Elementary Probability & Statistics... 3 Team Leadership... 3 BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Accreditation. Accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs. Program description. The Business Administration program encompasses related disciplines in these general concentrations: Computer Accounting, Culinary Arts, Hospitality, Management and Marketing. Students will earn a degree in a cross-disciplinary environment that reflects the trend in industry. The program employs instructors with years of practical experience and is guided by working professionals. Computer Accounting concentration. The Computer Accounting concentration offers a core curriculum that provides the academic and technical background for individuals who wish to prepare for entry-level accounting positions in business and industry using both accounting and personal computer skills. The curriculum is designed to enable the graduate to apply principles of accounting to business situations and to understand other functions of business: marketing, management, finance and information processing. Typical job opportunities: Staff accountant, accounts payable technician, accounts receivable analyst, payroll technician, income tax preparer Culinary Arts concentration. The Culinary Arts concentration is designed to provide skills and hone the abilities of graduates so they will be able to succeed in the food and beverage segment of the hospitality industry. Practical applications of cooking theories and principles are stressed in conjunction with basic managerial applications. Courses include work-related experiences to supplement classroom knowledge, including an intense internship. Graduates can work within the select food segment or opt to go the route of an entrepreneur. Typical job opportunities: Opportunities fall within all areas of the chef s brigade, which ranges from station chef to sous chef and beyond. Some graduates will seek to become chefs at varied levels, while others will practice a distinct specialty. Hospitality concentration. The Hospitality concentration is designed to Health Care Office Administration Word... 3 Medical Terminology I... 4 Elementary Probability & Statistics... 3 Principles of Management... 3 Excel... 3 Medical Terminology II... 3 Macroeconomics... 3 Customer Service... 3 Principles of Accounting I... 3 Database & Electronic Records... 3 Communication Media... 4 Medical Insurance Coding provide the skills and knowledge necessary for graduates to succeed in the hospitality management field. Practical applications of basic management theories and principles are stressed. Courses incorporate work-related experiences to simulate realistic management problems and opportunities. The curriculum also includes on-the-job experience as an intern. Organizations in the industry frequently promote from within, so the internship can be a significant asset. Typical job opportunities: Associate manager, small-business operator, assistant manager, functional assistant manager Management concentration. The mission of the Management concentration is to produce graduates with the skills necessary to effectively manage and provide leadership for any organization s most important resource: its people. Typical job opportunities: Team leader, supervisor, human resources as- sistant, small-business manager/owner, management trainee, branch manager Marketing concentration. The Marketing concentration is designed to provide the skills graduates need to enter careers in marketing, customer service and small-business management. Coursework focuses on basic marketing principles, including intense work in promotion, e-commerce, customer service, event marketing and sales. Basic understanding of theory and principles is essential, but the program s emphasis is on practical applications. Courses incorporate realistic projects, case analyses, simulations, presentations, teamwork and internship opportunities.
5 Typical job opportunities: Advertising media sales representative, cus- tomer service representative, director of marketing, e-commerce coordinator, industrial sales representative, marketing coordinator, small-business owner/ manager Degree: Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) Computer Accounting Principles of Accounting I... 3 Elementary Probability & Statistics... 3 Principles of Marketing... 3 Computer Applications... 3 Principles of Accounting II... 3 Income Taxation... 3 Macroeconomics... 3 Excel... 3 Intermediate Accounting I... 3 Cost Accounting... 3 Payroll & Internal Control... 3 Principles of Management... 3 ACCT 2220 Intermediate Accounting II... 3 ACCT 2530 Accounting Systems... 3 ACCT 2571 Computer Accounting Internship... 3 FIN 2000 Financial Management... 3 MGT 2240 Business Capstone... 3 Culinary Arts Kitchen Skills I... 1 Kitchen Skills II... 1 Kitchen Skills III... 2 Sanitation & Food Safety... 2 Nutrition for Culinary Arts... 3 Kitchen Skills IV... 2 Garde Manger I... 2 Garde Manger II... 2 Macroeconomics... 3 Professional Catering... 3 Elementary Probability & Statistics... 3 Principles of Accounting I... 3 Computer Applications... 3 International Cooking... 2 Breakfast Cookery... 2 Food & Beverage Operations... 3 Baking I... 2 Baking II... 2 Culinary Internship... 3 Purchasing & Cost Control... 4 Principles of Marketing... 3 Hospitality Introduction to Hospitality... 3 Sanitation & Food Safety... 2 Principles of Marketing... 3 Computer Applications... 3 Macroeconomics... 3 Hotel Operations... 3 Humanities/Fine Arts Elective... 3 Elementary Probability & Statistics... 3 Team Leadership... 3 Principles of Accounting I... 3 Hospitality Elective... 3 Tourism & Travel... 3 Food & Beverage Operations... 3 Human Resources... 3 Purchasing & Cost Control... 4 Business Capstone... 3 Quantity Food Production... 3 Hospitality Internship... 3 Management Principles of Management... 3 Principles of Marketing... 3 Computer Applications... 3 Macroeconomics... 3 Elementary Probability & Statistics... 3 Team Leadership... 3 Human Resources... 3 Quality Improvement
6 Principles of Accounting I... 3 Business & Technical Writing... 3 Contracts & UCC... 3 Information Systems... 3 Project Management... 3 Financial Management... 3 Team Practicum... 3 Business Capstone... 3 Management Internship... 3 Marketing Principles of Management... 3 Principles of Marketing... 3 Customer Service... 3 Computer Applications... 3 Principles of Accounting I... 3 Macroeconomics... 3 Humanities/Fine Arts Elective... 3 Supply Chain/Logistics... 3 COMPUTER SCIENCE AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Accreditation. Accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs, W. 119th St., Overland Park, KS 66221, , Program description. The student who pursues Computer Science and Information Technology studies and gains experience with a variety of systems, applications, languages, and products. Graduates of any of the three concentrations will benefit from sustained growth in demand for highly skilled information technology workers. The concentrations allow for maximum flexibility within the curriculum while ensuring the student has adequate credentials in a particular segment of the information technology field. In addition, all CSIT students complement their studies with a 135-hour internship at a selected site, which allows students to gain on-the-job experience prior to graduation. Computer Systems Technology concentration. This concentration offers students an opportunity to develop knowledge and skills needed for business, industry and government use of computing resources. Students have an opportunity to learn and use programming skills, database development, internet and web applications along with a capstone course and internship. Each student gains up-to-date experience with various systems, applications, languages and products used within the computer field. This concentration allows the students flexibility to choose from various course options aligned with their own career direction. Net working and Communications Systems concentration. The Networking and Communications Systems concentration offers a core curriculum that provides the academic and technical background for individuals who wish to prepare for successful employment in network design and administration. Communication Media... 4 Advertising & Promotion... 3 Elementary Probability & Statistics... 3 Marketing Information & Forecasting... 4 E-Commerce... 3 Typical job opportunities: Applications programmer, systems representative, product representative, maintenance programmer, programmer specialist, database programmer, programmer/analyst, research assistant, software developer and applications specialist Degree: Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) Financial Management... 3 Business Capstone... 3 Marketing Internship... 3 Sales/Event Marketing... 4 Computer Systems Technology Introduction to Information Technology... 4 Introduction to Programming Using Java... 4 Elementary Probability & Statistics... 3 Business Administration Elective... 3 Intermediate Java Programming... 4 Introduction to Database Design... 4 Macroeconomics... 3 Business Administration Elective... 3 C# Programming or SQL Applications Using Oracle... 3 Introduction to Internet Software Development... 3 Systems Analysis & Design... 3 Elective... 3 Capstone Lab... 2 Computer Organization & Architecture... 3 Computer Science & Information Technology Internship... 3 Elective
7 Networking and Communications Systems This sequence can be followed by students who begin college-level work in the fall semester. Prerequisites may apply to specific courses; it is the student s responsibility to determine if prerequisites have been met. An academic advisor is provided for each student. Prior to registering each semester, the student is expected to consult with his/her assigned advisor. Introduction to Information Technology... 4 A+ Computer Hardware... 4 A+ Computer Software... 4 Networking fundamentals... 4 Windows Professional... 4 Introduction to Database Design... 4 Business Administration Elective... 3 Routing/Switching Configuration... 4 Wireless Technology... 4 Elementary Probability & Statistics... 3 Early Childhood Curriculum... 3 Infant, Toddler & Child Development... 3 Early Childhood Education Elective... 3 English Composition II... 3 Natural Sciences Elective... 4 Family Dynamics & Community Involvement... 3 Development of Exceptional Children... 3 Language & Literacy Development in Early Childhood... 3 Math & Science in Early Childhood... 3 Word or Computer Applications... 3 Developmental Assessment... 3 Final Practicum... 3 Early Childhood Education Elective... 3 Windows Server... 4 Network Security... 3 Computer Science & Information Technology Internship... 3 Macroeconomics... 3 EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION Program description. Early Childhood Education prepares the student for a career in child care and early education. The program includes both educational theory and the practical application of learning. Graduates are equipped with the knowledge and skills to deliver appropriate programming for young children (birth through age 8) and their families. To become licensed as a teacher in public schools in Tennessee, students must complete a four-year degree in teacher education and obtain state licensure. Further educational opportunities: For a student who wants to quickly enter the workforce as a child-caregiver or assistant teacher, the two-year Pellissippi State degree in Early Childhood Education is the best route. This degree does not allow for public school teaching or licensure, nor for articulation to the University of Tennessee. For a student planning a career as a licensed teacher in kindergarten third grade in Tennessee public schools or in a voluntary preschool, there are several transfer options. Typical job opportunities: Head Start teacher or assistant teacher, child- care center teacher or assistant teacher, child-care center administrator, kindergarten or elementary school assistant teacher, family child-care center teacher Degree: Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.). The A.A.S. degree in Early Childhood Education requires a total of 60 hours and a grade of C in all 38 hours of Early Childhood courses. Early Childhood Education Orientation to Early Childhood Education... 2 Safe, Healthy Learning Environments... 3 Initial Practicum... 3 Mathematics Elective ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY Program description. Engineering Technology offers a core curriculum with multiple concentrations: Civil Engineering, Electrical Construction Management, Electrical Engineering, Industrial Maintenance, Manufacturing and Mechanical Engineering. Civil Engineering concentration. The Civil Engineering concentration offers a core curriculum that provides an academic/technical foundation to train skilled individuals to function effectively as assistants to civil engineers, environmental engineers, architects, developers or construction managers. The Civil Engineering concentration offers three distinctive options: Architectural Design Technology, Construction Engineering Technology, and Surveying Technology. Typical job opportunities: (depending on the student s choice of option within the Civil Engineering concentration): plans reviewer or building inspector, architectural drafter, construction site manager, construction supervisor, junior estimator, materials lab technician, engineering field representative, junior bridge inspector, field layout person, survey instrument person and GIS technician Electrical Construction Management concentration. The Electrical Construction Management concentration is designed to train individuals to function effectively as assistants to general contractors or independently as electrical mechanics and contractors. The concentration prepares electrical workers to run jobs and to translate the engineer s designs into systems and projects, collect and analyze data, develop design layouts, inspect work, check and repair equipment, and prepare reports for the engineering or construction team. Electrical construction management workers acquire a general education background, including mathematics and science, while studying electricity and electronics and associated technical applications. 6
8 Construction Methods... 4 Fundamentals of Architectural Drawing W/Lab... 3 Engineering Technology Technical Communication... 3 Precalculus Trigonometry... 3 Typical job opportunities: Electrical construction worker, construction manager, electrical maintenance worker, construction cost estimator, instrument technician, manufacturing maintenance technician, plant maintenance manager, service technician, systems application technician. Electrical Engineering concentration. The Electrical Engineering concentration is designed to train individuals to function effectively as assistants to electrical engineers or independently as electrical/electronics technicians. The concentration prepares electrical engineering technicians to translate the engineer s designs into systems and projects, collect and analyze data, develop design layouts, inspect work, check and repair equipment, and prepare reports for the engineering team. Electrical engineering technicians acquire a general education background, including mathematics and science, while studying electricity and electronics and associated technical applications. Typical job opportunities: Associate engineering technician, commu- nications technician, computer technician, electronics technician, industrial electronics technician, instrument technician, manufacturing technician, plant technician, service technician, systems application technician Industrial Maintenance concentration. The Industrial Maintenance concentration prepares students for careers in large manufacturing companies as multicraft, industrial machinery maintenance and repair technicians. The concentration integrates electrical and mechanical elements, including print reading, computers, machine shop practices, fluid power applications, mechanical power transmission, preventive maintenance, industrial electricity and electronics fundamentals, AC and DC motors, robotics and motion controls, and programmable logic controllers (PLCs). In addition, courses place emphasis on safety, teamwork, communications skills and efficient work practices. Typical job opportunities: Industrial machinery maintenance, industrial machinery repair, plant maintenance, commercial maintenance and machinery installation and testing. Manufacturing concentration. The Manufacturing concentration prepares students for challenging careers in computer-assisted methods of manufacturing. Areas of emphasis include manufacturing processes, machine shop practices, computer-based component programming, CNC machining (milling and turning), computer-aided drafting and design, geometric dimensioning and tolerancing (GD&T), and computer-assisted measuring (CMM). In addition, courses place emphasis on safety, teamwork, communications skills and efficient work practices. Construction Materials W/Lab... 4 Cost Estimating W/Lab... 4 Architectural Drawing With AutoCAD W/Lab... 4 Mechanical Systems I W/Lab... 4 Advanced AutoCAD W/Lab... 4 Project Scheduling W/Lab... 3 Architectural 3D Modeling W/Lab... 4 Surveying Principles W/Lab... 4 Engineering Technology Capstone... 3 Noncalculus Based Physics I... 4 Construction Engineering Technology Option Construction Methods... 4 Fundamentals of Architectural Drawing W/Lab... 3 Engineering Technology Technical Communication... 3 Precalculus Trigonometry... 3 Construction Materials W/Lab... 4 Cost Estimating W/Lab... 4 Surveying Principles W/Lab... 4 Civil Engineering Special Topics... 2 Mechanical Systems I W/Lab... 4 Project Scheduling W/Lab... 3 Applied Statics... 3 turing engineering technician, production assistant, CMM programmer/operator, project management assistant and technical sales. Applied Electricity... 4 Engineering Technology Capstone... 3 Strength of Materials... 3 Noncalculus Based Physics I... 4 Mechanical Engineering concentration. The traditional Mechanical Typical job opportunities: CNC machine programmer/operator, manufac- Engineering concentration offers students a broad spectrum of knowledge and skills related to mechanical component and system design. Areas of emphasis include materials, material testing, machine shop practices, manufacturing processes, fluid mechanics with power applications, applied mechanics, electrical fundamentals and computer-aided drafting and design. In addition, courses place emphasis on safety, teamwork, communications skills and efficient work practices. Typical job opportunities: Mechanical engineering technician, engineering assistant, mechanical designer, plant engineering technician, project management assistant, engineering materials lab technician and technical sales Degree: Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) 7 Civil Engineering Architectural Design Technology Option IBEW articulation. Students who have completed or are currently enrolled in the IBEW Inside Wireman Program or any U.S. Department of Labor Electrical Apprenticeship may receive 30 semester hours credit toward an A.A.S. degree in Engineering Technology or General Technology with an Electrical Construction Management concentration. To inquire about degree options, contact Pellissippi State s Engineering and Media Technologies Department, , or the National Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee main office, Surveying Technology Option Fundamentals of Architectural Drawing W/Lab... 3 Engineering Technology Technical Communication... 3 Calculus I... 4 Fundamentals of Geographic Information Systems... 3 Project Scheduling W/Lab... 3 Surveying Principles W/Lab... 4 Civil 3D Land Development Concepts... 3
10 Precalculus Trigonometry... 3 Materials & Manufacturing Processes... 4 Geometrics & Coordinate Measuring... 4 CNC Milling... 4 Project Scheduling W/Lab... 3 Applied Statics... 3 CNC Turning... 4 Noncalculus Based Physics I... 4 Technology Center will receive credit toward the General Technology major by meeting certain requirements. Typical job opportunities: Vary depending on the student s choice of major electives but might include sales associate/sales representative (Business Administration core), technician (varied technical fields), or clerk/receptionist (Administrative Professional Technology core). Degree: Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) Engineering Technology Capstone... 3 Strength of Materials... 3 Advanced CNC Machining... 4 Mechanical Engineering Engineering Technology Technical Communication... 3 Fundamentals of Mechanical Drawing W/Lab... 3 Precalculus Algebra... 3 Shop Practices W/Lab... 3 Industrial Electricity... 3 Precalculus Trigonometry... 3 Materials & Manufacturing Processes... 4 Applied Statics... 3 Fluid Mechanics & Power Applications W/Lab... 3 Project Scheduling W/Lab... 3 Strength of Materials... 3 Geometrics & Coordinate Measuring... 4 Noncalculus Based Physics I... 4 General Technology Business Administration Elective... 3 Introductory Computer Course Major Technology Electives... 6 Business & Technical Writing or English Composition II... 3 Major Technology Electives... 6 Mathematics/Natural Sciences Elective Guided Elective... 3 Major Technology Electives... 6 Guided Elective... 3 Major Technology Electives INTERIOR DESIGN TECHNOLOGY Engineering Technology Elective... 4 Engineering Technology Capstone... 3 Applied Mechanics... 3 Program description. The Interior Design Technology program provides students the solid design foundation needed to start working toward becoming a professional interior designer. The program prepares students for entry-level positions in residential design as well as sales positions related to interior design. Graduates are employed by interior design firms, furniture stores, flooring stores, paint and decorating centers, building centers, kitchen and bath design firms, and residential building contractors. Typical job opportunities: Design assistant, interior decorator, residential GENERAL TECHNOLOGY Program description. The General Technology degree program is designed to allow the student maximum flexibility in designing an educational program that meets specific career-related objectives. Goals of the program are to provide a strong foundation in general education, including problem-solving skills, computer use and functioning as a productive member of society, while giving the student the opportunity to select those courses most closely aligned to his/ her personal career goals. Designed as a cross-disciplinary program, General Technology allows the student to combine engineering technology or business technology or computer technology programs to meet individualized career goals. The student will meet with an assigned advisor to develop an individualized sequence of courses. Certificate of credit articulation. Successful completion of certificates of credit from Pellissippi State may apply as credit toward a General Technology degree. 9 Articulation from Tennessee Technology Centers to Pellissippi State. A student who has completed a diploma program at a Tennessee consultant, design sales associate Degree: Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.)
11 Interior Design Technology Interior Design Fundamentals... 3 Materials & Finishes... 3 Textiles for Interiors... 3 Architectural Drafting: Studio I... 3 Two-Dimensional Design... 3 History of Interiors... 3 Visual Communication: Studio II... 3 Space Planning, Codes & Human Factors... 3 Mathematics/Natural Sciences Elective Intermediate Design & Color... 3 Modern Interiors & Architecture... 3 Interior Design Presentation: Studio III... 3 Computer Applications for Interior Design... 3 Kitchen & Bath Planning... 3 General Education Elective Digital Methods of Visual Presentation... 3 Residential Design: Studio IV... 3 Typical job opportunities: Freelance photographer/studio owner; corporate or industrial photographer; staff, wedding, portrait, photojournalism, editorial, travel, nature, lifestyle, stock, and education photographer Video Production Technology concentration. The Video Production Technology concentration offers condensed but intensive hands-on experience with industry-standard equipment and processes. Students learn to work in a broadcast studio and on location. (They use commercially popular equipment and software.) They are offered basic and advanced training in scriptwriting, audio recording and mixing, electronic cinematography and lighting, producing, directing, budgeting and editing. Course content covers the three phases of digital video production. Typical job opportunities: Videographer, editor, video illustrator and production assistant Web Technology concentration. The Web Technology concentration offers hands-on experience in designing Web pages and developing Web sites. Students develop and maintain Web sites using authoring and scripting languages, create content and digital media, manage and deploy e-business solutions servers, manage Web servers and maintain Web sites for small- to large-scale enterprises. The concentration is delivered completely over the internet, with many courses taught in the classroom as well, enabling students to choose the course delivery method best suited to their learning styles. Typical job opportunities: E-commerce specialist, Webmaster, Web site designer, Web site developer, online services manager and Web site manager Degree: Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) MEDIA TECHNOLOGIES Program description. The Media Technologies program encompasses related career-technical disciplines in four general concentrations: Communication Graphics Technology, Photography, Video Production Technology and Web Technology. Students will earn a degree in a cross-disciplinary environment that reflects industry workflows and trends. The program employs instructors with years of practical experience and is guided by working professionals. The Media Technologies program is designed to offer greater flexibility to students who can, working with an advisor, design a custom curriculum best suited to their needs and interests. The program offers certificates for those needing broader, deeper and/or upgraded training. To learn more about these options, see the Certificate Programs section of this Catalog. Communication Graphics Technology concentration. The Communi- cation Graphics Technology concentration educates students in the art of visual communications. The student receives hands-on training in visual fundamentals, problem-solving and visual/verbal concept development for advertising, graphic design, and illustration. Emphasis is placed on the use of computer-enhanced technology and contemporary software applications throughout the program to support the development of professional portfolios. Typical job opportunities: Design consulting firms, advertising agencies, electronic prepress service bureaus, media outlets and printing companies, in-house agencies, Web page design and development firms, and freelance practice Photography concentration. The Photography concentration is designed to give students a balanced, practical foundation for entering the profession in the digital age. All of the facilities are digital, with industry-standard tools incorporated into the course material. Students are shown the tools and techniques needed to build a foundation for nearly any photography career. Camera mastery, studio portrait and still life lighting, photojournalism, and digital imaging are among the skills developed. Learning these core skill sets allows the aspiring photographers to be able to express themselves more creatively and communicate more effectively through their photography. Communication Graphics Technology Drawing I... 3 Introduction to Macintosh Graphic Design... 3 Design Fundamentals... 3 Introduction to Media Technologies... 3 Digital Photography... 3 Digital Graphic Design I... 4 Typography... 3 Portfolio... 1 Digital Graphic Design II... 4 Computer Illustration... 3 Desktop Publishing... 3 General Education Elective Mathematics/Natural Sciences Elective
13 Web Design III: Advanced Site Design... 3 Media Technologies Elective... 3 Web Project Management... 3 Media Technologies Internship... 1 Web Team Practicum... 1 PARALEGAL STUDIES Accreditation: Approved by the American Bar Association. Program description. A paralegal works in a law office under the direct supervision of an attorney doing legal work such as drafting legal documents, organizing files, conducting legal research and investigations, and managing the office. The Paralegal Studies program offers a core of general education and a core of legal specialty courses designed for paralegals. Although paralegals may not provide legal services directly to the public, except as permitted by law, they can, while working under the supervision of an attorney, perform many law office tasks once done solely by an attorney. Typical job opportunities: Law firms, legal aid services, corporate law departments, insurance and accounting firms, real estate and title companies, government legal departments Degree: Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) Paralegal Studies English Composition... 3 Introduction to Law & Ethics... 3 Mathematics Elective Computer Applications... 3 Law Elective... 3 Legal Writing & Analysis... 3 Legal Research... 3 Torts... 3 Legal Terminology & Transcription... 3 NURSING Program description. The Nursing program begins each fall and is offered at two sites the Magnolia Avenue Campus and the Blount County Campus. The program requires two years in addition to completing certain prerequisites. Graduates are eligible to take the nursing licensure exam (NCLEX-RN) to become a registered nurse and enter a nursing career. Degree: Associate of Applied Science in Nursing (A.A.S.N.) Nursing Human Anatomy & Physiology I... 4 Fundamentals of Nursing... 9 Life Span Psychology... 3 Principles of Accounting I... 3 Property Law... 3 Litigation Skills I... 3 Contracts & UCC... 3 LAW Elective... 3 Litigation Skills II... 3 Legal Internship... 3 Human Anatomy & Physiology I I... 4 Lifespan Nursing I... 9 Semester III (Summer) Microbiology... 4 Humanities and/or Fine Arts Electives... 3 Semester IV (Fall) Introduction to Probability & Statistics or College Algebra... 3 Lifespan Nursing II... 9 Semester V (Spring) Lifespan Nursing Care III... 9 Transition to Nursing Practice... 3 Total Credit Hours Needed for Graduation
14 A student entering a community college in Tennessee who selects one of 50 majors with accompanying transfer pathways, completes required courses and earns an associate s degree can transition seamlessly as a junior to a Tennessee public university. Some specific academic programs may have competitive admissions, but students will be advised about requirements when they first enroll in the program at Pellissippi State. All earned credit hours will apply toward a bachelor s degree in the same discipline. The pathways guarantee admission to all public universities in the state, except for the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, where competitive admission standards will still apply. Here are the TTP programs for the academic school year at Pellissippi State (Visit for updates): Tennessee Transfer Pathways TTP Emphasis Degree (A.A.: Associate of Arts; A.S.: Associate of Science) Accounting... A.S. History... A.A. Agriculture History... A.S. Animal Science... A.S. Information Systems... A.S. Plant and Soil Science... A.S. Mathematics... A.S. Art (Studio)... A.A. Mechanical Engineering... A.S. Biology... A.S. Physics... A.S. Business Administration... A.S. Political Science... A.A. Chemistry... A.S. Political Science... A.S. Civil Engineering... A.S. Pre-nursing (one-year curriculum)...one year Computer Science... A.S. Pre-professional Dentistry, Medicine, Veterinary, Optometry, Pharmacy... A.S. Criminal Justice... A.A. Criminal Justice... A.S. Economics (for transfer into Colleges of Business)... A.S. Economics (other tracks as specified) Middle Tennessee State University and University of Tennessee, Chattanooga (Liberal Arts and Arts and Sciences)... A.S. East Tennessee State University (Business and Technology)... A.A. University of Memphis (Arts and Sciences)... A.A. University of Tennessee, Knoxville (Arts and Sciences)... A.A. All other College of Business... A.S. Electrical Engineering... A.S. English... A.A. Foreign Language... A.A. 13 Occupational Therapy... A.S. Physical Therapy... A.S. Psychology... A.A. Psychology... A.S. Social Work... A.A. Social Work... A.S. Sociology... A.A. Sociology... A.S. Theatre Arts... A.A. Theatre Arts... A.S.
15 Articulation/TRANSFER Agreements An articulation agreement is a document that specifies the curriculum agreed to by Pellissippi State and a four-year college or university to satisfy the degree requirements at Pellissippi State and at the receiving institution. Completion of freshman and sophomore requirements leads to an associate s degree at Pellissippi State. The remaining requirements for the baccalaureate degree are completed at the four-year institution. To learn more: GENERAL ASSOCIATE S DEGREES Students not following a Tennessee Transfer Pathway or an articulation agreement should plan their program of study in consultation with their Pellissippi State advisor and an advisor at the receiving institution. Tables listing Pellissippi State courses and equivalent courses at four-year colleges and universities in Tennessee are available for use in program planning. The College also has transfer agreements with some private institutions for students with general A.A. and A.S. degrees. GENERAL ASSOCIATE OF ARTS AND ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE IN TEACHING PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Specific majors are not listed for these degrees because baccalaureate degree program requirements vary at four-year institutions. General associate s degree requirements provide a range of course options that permit students to design a program of study that closely matches the first two years of most baccalaureate degree programs. Intermediate Foreign Language Elective... 3 History Sequence Elective... 3 Natural Sciences Elective... 4 The community colleges and universities of the Tennessee Board of Regents system have joined together to develop a common core of courses for prospective elementary school teachers consisting of an introduction to teaching and technology course and standards-based mathematics and science courses. The common core for the A.S.T. degree allows prospective teachers to transfer from Pellissippi State to any TBR university as a junior without loss of credit. In addition to the curriculum requirements listed below, students must attain a cumulative grade-point average of 2.75, successfully complete the Praxis I exam and achieve satisfactory disposition evaluation ratings. For those students who have not completed two units of a single foreign language, either at high school, another college or through an approved examination, the deficiency(ies) must be removed before transfer to a TBR university. English Composition II... 3 Intermediate Foreign Language Elective... 3 History Sequence Elective... 3 Natural Sciences Elective... 4 Approved Electives... 7 Literature Elective... 3 Mathematics Elective Approved Electives... 6 Humanities/Fine Arts Electives... 6 Concepts of Biology... 3 Intro to Teaching & Technology... 3 U.S. History I... 3 Numbers & Operations for Teachers... 3 English Composition II... 3 U.S. History II... 3 Geometry for Teachers... 3 Music Appreciation... 3 American Government or Introduction to Sociology... 3 Concepts of Chemistry... 3 Development of Exceptional Children... 3 Literature Elective... 3 Elementary Probability & Statistics or Survey of Mathematics... 3 Introduction to Geography... 3 Concepts of Earth Science... 3 Concepts of Physics... 3 Psychology of Human Development
16 Visit for updates and complete information. A+/Network+ Certification Preparation A.A./A.S. General Education Core A.A.S. General Education Core Accessible Web Design and Compliance Accounting Specialist Architectural AutoCAD applications Basic Photography Construction Business Principle 3D Parametric Modeling with SolidWorks Digital Imaging for Photography Document Specialist Early Childhood Education E-Commerce web Design Electrical Systems Technology Electronic Health Records Specialist Electronics Technology General Culinary Arts General Hospitality The A+/Network+ curriculum provides the entry-level knowledge, skills and experience required for employment in the field of computer systems support. Students who complete the certificate will be able to install, configure, upgrade, diagnose and troubleshoot typical PC hardware and software; identify and respond to the needs of networked PC users; and address PC network connection problems, security issues and other infrastructural challenges. in Computer Science and Information Technology/Networking and Communications Systems concentration. A+ Computer Hardware... 4 A+ Computer Software... 4 Networking Fundamentals... 4 A.A./A.S. General Education Core The A.A./A.S. (Associate of Arts/Associate of Science) General Education Core certificate is designed to provide the common 41-hour, general education core of the TBR system; students are ensured that all credits will transfer to all TBR and UT institutions. This certificate will benefit students pursuing a university parallel program in which a defined Tennessee Transfer Path does not exist. For majors with no defined Transfer Path, it is often to the student s advantage to transfer before completing the degree. This certificate will allow students to transfer with a formal, college-level credential. Industrial Maintenance Technology Graduates may apply certificate credits earned toward an associate s degree. Industrial Automation Medical Insurance Coding and Reimbursement Communication... 9 Humanities/Fine Arts... 9 Social/Behavioral Sciences... 6 History... 6 Natural Sciences... 8 Mathematics... 3 Mobile Web Design Total Credit Hours Required Information Systems Fundamentals Interactive Web Design Pre-Allied Health Pre-Business Transfer Producing for Video and Media Arts Promotion Methods Sound Production Studio Photography Supervision Surveying University Computer Science Preparation Video Editing Videography Visual Communication for Graphic Design Web Design Tools Web Page Authoring 15 A+/Network+ Certification Preparation A.A.S. General Education Core The A.A.S. (Associate of Applied Science) General Education Core certificate provides a formal credential for students who begin at one community college and because of convenience may transfer elsewhere to complete the A.A.S. degree as the desired degree is not offered at the initial college. This is especially true for health-care-related and technical A.A.S. degree students. Humanities and/or Fine Arts... 3 Mathematics/Natural Sciences Social/Behavioral Sciences... 3 General Education Elective Total Credit Hours Required Accessible Web Design and Compliance The Accessible Web Design curriculum provides the knowledge, skills, and experience required to create, design, and develop Web sites which are fully accessible to individuals with disabilities. The certificate is designed for working professionals to broaden or update existing skills or for those seeking to develop basic skills in accessible Web design. The courses provide the opportunity to learn techniques and industry standards for designing Web sites in accordance with universal Web design standards and Web Accessibility Guidelines as defined in Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act.
17 in Media Technologies/Web Technology concentration. in Media Technologies/Photography concentration. Web Design I: Introduction to Web Design... 3 Web Design II: Design Fundamentals... 3 Audio/Video for the Web... 3 Accessible Web Design & Compliance... 3 Photography I... 3 Introduction to Macintosh Graphic Design... 3 Photography II... 3 Digital Imaging & Workflow... 3 Introduction to Studio Photography... 3 Photography Portfolio I... 1 Accounting Specialist Total Credit Hours Required The Accounting Specialist curriculum provides the entry-level knowledge, skills and experience required for employment in the field of accounting and tax preparation. Basic financial statement preparation, recording business transactions, basic payroll functions, fixed asset accounting and basic individual taxation and tax preparation are some of the critical work functions that will be addressed in the certificate. Construction Business Principle in Business Administration/Computer Accounting concentration. Principles of Accounting I... 3 Computer Applications... 3 Principles of Accounting II... 3 Income Taxation... 3 Architectural AutoCAD applications The Architectural AutoCAD certificate introduces basic AutoCAD, drafting standards and other software applications used in the construction industry. Traditional 2D drawings of plans, sections, details and elevations will be drawn according to industry standards. The classes also will cover 3D modeling as it relates to building components and 3D modeling as implemented for the Building Information Modeling (BIM) environment. in Engineering Technology/Civil Engineering concentration, Architectural option. Fundamentals of Architectural Drawing W/Lab... 3 Architectural Drawing With AutoCAD W/Lab... 4 Advanced AutoCAD W/Lab... 4 Architectural 3D Modeling W/Lab... 4 Total Credit Hours Required The Construction Business Principles certificate is designed primarily to train individuals currently employed in the construction industry or related field to provide the skills to function effectively as construction technicians to general contractors or independently as residential contractors. The curriculum provides the knowledge and skills in construction processes and associated technical applications and prepares recipients to translate the architect s or engineer s drawings into projects, inspect work, check and inspect construction materials. in Engineering Technology/Civil Engineering, Construction option. Where more than one course is offered within a level, courses may be taken in any sequence. Construction Methods w/lab... 4 Construction Materials w/lab... 4 Cost Estimating w/lab... 4 Project Scheduling... 3 Total Credit Hours Required D Parametric Modeling with SolidWorks The certificate is based on developing current skills in the following areas: use of SolidWorks drawing/sketching commands to define basic geometry. Use parametric, feature-based modeling system to define models, link model files, and use parametric models to generate 2D drawings. In addition, courses develop and reinforce communication, presentation, and computer-usage skills, which are highly regarded in the modern work environment. High school graduate reading and writing skills are expected, as development of technical documents and use of technical manuals. Math skills should include practical knowledge of algebra, basic trigonometry, and geometry. in Engineering Technology/Mechanical Engineering concentration. Fundamentals of Mechanical Drawing w/lab... 3 Advanced Mechanical Drawing w/lab... 4 Advanced Track Course(s) Parametric Modeling w/lab... 4 Geometrics & Coordinate Measuring... 4 Total Credit Hours Required Digital Imaging for Photography Basic Photography The Basic Photography certificate is designed for the amateur or media professional interested in adding fundamental photography skills. It is also a career option for someone interested in working as a photofinishing lab technician or in the photographic support industry. The courses are useful for someone who uses photography as part of his or her profession, such as in the medical industry or law enforcement, but who needs additional photographic skills. All courses are hands-on and practical, taught by experienced professionals. The Digital Imaging for Photography certificate is designed for the amateur or media professional interested in adding digital imaging/editing and photo manipulation skills. It is also a career option for someone interested in working as a digital imaging technician in the photographic support industry. The courses are useful for someone who uses imaging software like Adobe Photoshop as part of his or her profession, or those amateurs wishing to broaden their artistic capabilities. All of the courses are hands-on and practical and are taught by experienced professionals. in Media Technologies/Photography concentration. Introduction to Media Technologies... 3 Introduction to Macintosh Graphic Design
18 Digital Imaging & Workflow... 3 Advanced Digital Imaging Techniques... 3 Document Specialist The Document Specialist curriculum provides the entry-level knowledge, skills and experience required for employment in business and industry offices. Fundamental computer concepts, word processing and spreadsheet operations and basic web editing, graphics and design are critical work functions encompassed in the certificate. in Administrative Professional Technology/Business concentration. Word... 3 Web Design I: Introduction to Web Technology... 3 Document, Design & Editing... 3 Excel... 3 Early Childhood Education The Early Childhood Education certificate upgrades the level of training and opportunities for employment, offering four of the courses required for the Child Development Associate (CDA). This certificate provides an interim step between the CDA and the degree, giving students the confidence and motivation to continue on the pathway toward the AAS in Early Childhood Education. Professional development beyond the educational requirements for the CDA is needed to continue to improve the quality of child care and early childhood education in Tennessee. Additionally, certificates of 18 or more hours are recognized by the three star rating through the Tennessee Stars Licensing System for Childcare Centers. The certificate will, therefore, make individuals more hirable by those childcare centers with or aspiring to earn the three-star rating. Orientation to Early Childhood Education... 2 Safe, Healthy Learning Environments... 3 Early Childhood Curriculum... 3 Family Dynamics and Community Involvement... 3 ECED Elective... 3 Language and Literacy Development in Early Childhood... 3 Math and Science in Early Childhood... 3 Initial Practicum (requires 45 contact hours)... 3 Total Credit Hours Required software tools necessary for internet commerce, comparison and selection of commerce architecture, security considerations, and the planning of a complete business-to-consumer and business-to-business site. in Media Technologies/Web Technology concentration. Web Design I: Introduction to Web Technology... 3 Web Design II: Design Fundamentals... 3 E-Commerce... 3 Server-Side Web Development (PHP/ASP)... 3 Electrical Systems Technology The Electrical Systems Technology certificate provides upgrading of skills for those who want to enter the electrical construction or electrical maintenance field. The curriculum is based on the skills required to install, troubleshoot and maintain residential, commercial, and industrial electrical systems. Students are encouraged to pursue the state of TN Limited Licensed Electrician (LLE) exam for electrical contractors upon completion of this certificate. High school graduate reading and writing skills are expected, as development of technical reports and use of technical manuals are required in these courses. Math skills should include practical knowledge of algebra, basic trigonometry and geometry. in Engineering Technology/Electrical Engineering and Electrical Construction concentration. Introduction to Electrical Engineering Technology... 1 Electrical Safety Codes... 1 Electrical Circuits I w/lab... 3 Industrial Electricity... 3 Applied Electricity... 4 Electronic Health Records Specialist The Electronic Health Records Specialist curriculum provides the knowledge, skills and experience required for entry-level employment in medical offices. Upon completion of the certificate, students will be able to convert, implement and manage electronic records. in Administrative Professional Technology/Health Care Office Administration concentration. Word... 3 Medical Terminology I... 4 Medical Terminology II... 3 Database & Electronic Records... 3 Total Credit Hours Required Electronics Technology E-Commerce web Design Today, e-commerce sites depend on a multitude of factors to determine their success. The E-Commerce Design curriculum provides an overview of ecommerce and Web page design for use in marketing and selling online. The courses provide techniques to plan and to design a platform-independent commerce Web site. They focus on web business strategies, the hardware and 17 The Electronics Technology curriculum provides upgrading of skills for those presently in the electronics and computer related fields or provides basic skills for those who want to enter these fields. The certificate is based on the skills required of an electronics technician including soldering, application of electronic measuring equipment (e.g., oscilloscope and multimeter), electronic circuit simulation software, DC/AC circuit principles, computer hardware, analog devices, and digital devices. In addition, the students will learn basic troubleshooting skills applied to electronic systems. Students are encouraged to pursue A+ certification or CET certification upon completion of this program. High school graduate reading and writing skills are expected, as development of technical reports and use of technical manuals are required in these courses. Math skills should include practical knowledge of algebra, basic trigonometry and geometry. in Engineering Technology/Electrical Engineering concentration.
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