Going to School in Knoxville
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Bryan College Knoxville / School of Adult and Graduate Studies - Offers a Bachelor Degree Completion Program and a MBA program all designed for working adults. Student only have to take one class at a time and attend only one class session per week. Bryan College is a nondenominational evangelical Christian college named after William Jennings Bryan: statesman, orator, and renowned prosecuting attorney in the famous Scopes Evolution Trial.
Crown College - An independent fundamental Baptist Bible college offering graduate and undergraduate degrees in pastoral, youth, missions, music ministries and Christian education. Crown College also offers graduate and seminary programs.
East Tennessee School of Preaching & Missions - Provide tuition-free college-level training to prepare men to preach and to prepare men and women in other areas of Christian service.
Early Learning Center - The ELC is a university laboratory school that provides full-day high quality early education programs for families of infants, toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergarteners.
Fountainhead College of Technology - Fountainhead College of Technology, founded more than 50 years ago, provides training for men and women desiring career positions in technology. Realizing that success depends on human factors as well as on technical competence, the staff strives to provide incentives in citizenship and leadership that should enhance the employability and growth potential of its graduates.
ITT Technical Institute - The ITT Technical Institutes are committed to helping men and women begin to develop the skills and knowledge to pursue career opportunities in fields involving technology and to help meet the needs of industry.
Johnson University - The Johnson University System offers more than 40 accredited bachelor's, master's, and Ph.D. programs across three campuses in East Tennessee, Central Florida, and online. The mission of Johnson University's primary focus is to equip individuals for Christian ministries and other strategic vocations to extend the kingdom of God.
Knoxville College - Knoxville College is a private, church-related, four-year, coeducational, liberal arts institution. The College is open to students of diverse backgrounds and cultures who seek a quality liberal arts education.
Pellissippi State Technical Community College - The college's primary purpose is to advance the comprehensive development of its community by providing college courses and programs through the associate's degree level, along with appropriate student support and preparation for these studies; and by meeting a broad spectrum of community needs, including training and workforce development, educational support, life enrichment, and civic and cultural advancement.
Roane State Community College - Roane State offers four intercollegiate sports which compete in the TJCCAA (Tennessee Junior and Community College Athletic Association). The men's and women's basketball, baseball, and softball teams are Division I programs of the NJCAA (National Junior College Athletic Association). Academic divisions include business and social science, humanities, math and natural science, health science and nursing.
South College - South College offers baccalaureate degree programs including Nursing, Elementary Education, Business Administration, Health Science, and Legal Studies. Current associate degree programs include Radiography, Physical Therapist Assistant, Paralegal Studies, Criminal Justice, Network Administration and Security, Business Administration, Accounting, Medical Assisting, and Office Technology. Medical Transcription, Legal Office Assistant, Professional Medical Coding, and Administrative Assistant are the certificate programs offered.
Tusculum College - Tusculum College is one of the most distinctive small colleges in the nation. Tusculum offers its students a full college experience. Its wooded 140-acre campus is beautiful, comfortable, and accessible to abundant opportunities in recreation, community activities, commerce, religious life, and the arts. Students participate in the NCAA Division II's South Atlantic Conference with an exciting athletics program.
The University of Tennessee - The University of Tennessee, founded in 1794, was designated as the state land-grant institution in 1869. The Knoxville campus now has more than 26,000 students and 400 academic programs and includes an agricultural campus, a veterinarian campus, and a 581-bed teaching hospital. UT has one of the strongest athletics department in the nation. The VOLS football team have been national champions as have the Lady VOLS basketball team.
Veterans Pre-College Program - The Veterans' Pre-College Program is one of only 51 Veterans Upward Bound projects across the nation. Provides academic, advising, and related services to eligible U.S. military veterans who desire to enroll in postsecondary education programs at college, university, technical, or vocational school institutions.
Virginia College School of Business and Health -offers students fast-track career training in Business and Office, Health and Medical, Medical Billing, Medical Office, and Cosmetology.
Additional colleges and trade schools:
American Academy of Nutrition
1200 Kenesaw Ave
Knoxville TN 37919
Devry Institute of Technology
High Technology & Business
Knoxville Legal Education Center
9211 Cross Park Dr
Knoxville TN 37923
Tennessee Wesleyan College
9050 Executive Park Drive
Knoxville TN 37923
Tusculum College Knoxville
9041 Executive Park Drive
Knoxville TN 37923
World Changers Bible Institute
6908 Hospitality Cir
Knoxville TN 37919