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Degree Key

  • AA - Associate of Art Degree
  • AFA - Associate of Fine Art Degree
  • AS - Associate of Science Degree
  • AST - Associate of Science in Teaching Degree
  • TTP - Tennessee Transfer Pathway
  • AAS - Associate of Applied Science
  • Certificate - Professional Certification

Degree Type Definitions

(A.A.) Associate of Arts: Students who complete an Associate of Arts degree may be eligible to transfer to a senior level institution as a junior to complete a baccalaureate degree. Students transferring to a Tennessee Board of Regents university will have satisfied all the general education requirements by completing the Associate of Arts degree at Motlow State. Students transferring to any other system (including the University of Tennessee system universities) should consult with the campus where they intend to go for general education requirements for specific majors.

(A.F.A.) Associate of Fine Arts: The Associate of Fine Arts degree in Music is part of a comprehensive degree preparing students for a career in many facets of music and music education. Our mission is to give students a solid foundation in music while providing them with a range of performance and creative opportunities. The program offers a diverse music theory curriculum that creates a dynamic, rich learning environment for students to pursue their passion for music and performing. Students who complete an Associate of Fine Arts degree may be eligible to transfer to a senior level institution as a junior to complete a baccalaureate degree. Students transferring to a Tennessee Board of Regents university will have satisfied all the general education requirements by completing the associate degree at Motlow State. Students transferring to any other system (including the University of Tennessee system universities) should consult with the campus where they intend to go for general education requirements for specific majors.

(A.S.) Associate of Science: Students who complete an Associate of Science degree may be eligible to transfer to a senior level institution as a junior to complete a baccalaureate degree. Students transferring to a Tennessee Board of Regents university will have satisfied all the general education requirements by completing the Associate of Science degree at Motlow State. Students transferring to any other system (including the University of Tennessee system universities) should consult with the campus where they intend to go for general education requirements for specific majors.

(A.S.T.) Associate of Science in Teaching: The Associate of Science in Teaching program allows for a seamless transition into any elementary teacher preparation program at any Tennessee Board of Regents University. The AST allows students to complete some of the professional teacher licensing standards at the community college level, which lays the groundwork for becoming a fully certified elementary teacher. The Associate of Science in Teaching degree is transferable to Teacher Preparation programs at any TBR four-year college or university that awards state licensure and certification for teachers.

(T.T.P) Tennessee Transfer Pathway: Tennessee Transfer Pathways are advising tools designed to help community college students plan for transferring to a Tennessee public university to complete their baccalaureate degree. The Tennessee Transfer Pathways also constitute an agreement between community colleges and universities confirming that community college courses meet major preparation requirements. A student who completes all the courses listed on a particular Transfer Pathway will earn an Associate of Arts or Associate of Science degree at Motlow State. When the student transfers to a Tennessee public university, the transcript will certify that the pathway has been followed. The student is guaranteed that all the community college courses taken will be accepted at the university and the courses will count toward completion of the particular major. If a community college student transfers to another Tennessee community college, he or she is guaranteed that all courses transfer.

(A.A.S.) Associate of Applied Science: Associate of Applied Science degrees are designed to prepare students for immediate employment in a specialized area or to grow within their career. These degrees are designed for the student who does not intend to transfer to a traditional baccalaureate degree program.

Technical Certificate: Technical Certificates of Credit are designed to prepare students for immediate employment in a specialized area or to grow within their career. They are designed for the student who does not intend to transfer to a traditional baccalaureate degree program. Programs leading to a Technical Certificates of Credit are offered in response to the training needs of area business and industry. Since the credential denotes proficiency in a particular occupation, program standards are determined in consultation with an advisory board of practicing professionals.

Degree Programs with Classification of Instructional Program (CIP) Codes

  • AA University Parallel 16.24.0101.01
  • AS University Parallel 16.24.0101.01
  • AAS Nursing 31.51.3801.00
  • AAS Business 32.52.0201.01
  • AAS Early Childhood Education 12.19.0706.00
  • C1 Early Childhood Education 12.19.0706.00
  • AST Teaching 08.13.0101.00
  • C1 Mechatronics Technology 09.15.0403.00
  • C1 Early Childhood Education 12.19.0706.01
  • AAS Paramedic 31.51.0904.00
  • C1 Paramedic 31.51.0904.00
  • AAS Computer Information Technology 06.11.0103.00
  • AAS Mechatronics Technology 09.15.0403.00
  • C1 Emergency Medical Technician 31.51.0904.02
  • C1 Advanced Emergency Medical Technician 31.51.0904.03
  • AAS Medical Laboratory Technology 31.51.1004.00
  • AFA Fine Arts 30.50.0903.00
  • C1 Customer Service 32.52.0201.02
  • C1 Supply Chain Management 32.52.0203.00
  • AAS Entrepreneurship 32.52.0701.00

Licensure Disclosures

Motlow State Community College (MSCC) participates in the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (NC-SARA). Motlow State Community College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC). As a member institution of the Tennessee Board of Regents, the college is regulated by the Tennessee Higher Education Commission (THEC). 

In compliance with the U.S. Department of Education, THEC, and NC-SARA, Motlow State Community College provides information regarding professional licensure pertaining to programs offered through MSCC. Certain MSCC programs are designed for professional licensure within Tennessee. However, many of our programs may meet all or a portion of the educational requirements for licensure in other states and territories. Requirements for other states may vary. If you currently live in a state other than Tennessee and you intend to use the education completed at MSCC to seek professional licensure in another state, be aware there may be additional requirements for obtaining licensure. Please contact the appropriate licensing body in the state where you intend to seek licensure to determine licensure requirements in that state.

Students who intend on being licensed outside the state of Tennessee should take the following steps before beginning a licensure program at Motlow.

  • Review the licensing information provided for the applicable program(s) and for U.S. States and territories licensing requirements.
  • Contact the Motlow State Program Director to discuss our program’s curriculum.
  • Contact the appropriate licensing agency in the U.S. States and territories where licensure is intended. This will enable you to obtain the most up-to-date information about licensure requirements and confirm how a Motlow State program satisfies educational requirements for licensure.

Program Director Contact Information

  • Dr. Amy Holder, Dean of Allied Health and Nursing, [email protected], 931-393-1698
  • Dr. Kim-Sue Tudor, Medical Laboratory Technology Program Director, [email protected], 615-220-7912

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