Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU)
Founded in 1911, MTSU is proud of its nearly 100-year commitment to academic excellence and student success. With an enrollment of more than 26,000 students, MTSU is the largest undergraduate university in Tennessee. With a wide variety of nationally recognized academic degree programs at the baccalaureate, master’s and doctoral levels, MTSU takes pride in educating the best and the brightest students from Tennessee and around the world. The MTSU campus has 137 permanent buildings on 515 acres, and is one mile from the geographic center of Tennessee.
MTSU offers Bachelor degrees in eight areas: Arts, Business Administration, Fine Arts, Music, Science, Science in Nursing, Social Work, and University Studies.
The College of Graduate Studies confers Master's degrees in ten areas, the Specialist in Education degree, the Doctor of Arts degree, and the Doctor of Philosophy degree.
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Motlow State Community College
Students of all ages come to Motlow to complete two years of college prior to transferring to a 4-year school, to complete career programs that allow them to immediately enter the workforce, or for personal growth and enjoyment. Motlow, with four campuses and multiple teaching locations throughout Middle Tenneessee, has an enrollment of approximately 4,300 students.
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Motlow also offers workforce training and employee development programs geared towards existing industries. Those programs include:
- One-Stop-Shop training
- Continuing Education Unit Certificates (CEU’s) retained on college data base for future reference
- Customized on-site training
- Consulting in every area of business and industry
- Transition programs for companies who are downsizing or laying-off workers
- Partnering with other state agencies and public training companies
Tennessee Technology Center at Murfreesboro offers instruction to individuals in order to develop them for future employment and/or advancement in an existing occupation. It is also the purpose of Tennessee Technology Center to be knowledgeable of the needs of business and industry in order to provide quality education for the specific skills and the latest technology required. A technical education is needed to qualify for more than 80% of the available jobs in America.
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Tennessee Technology Center also provides a variety of services to existing industries, including needs assessment, customized training (onsite, special classes, evening classes, etc.) and specialized teachers.
Daymar Institute offers you the opportunity to create a new future for yourself by earning a certificate, diploma, or Associate or Bachelor degree and beginning a great new career.
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University of Phoenix-Murfreesboro Learning Center
The University of Phoenix in Murfreesboro is just another way that Rutherford County is putting higher education within the reach of its students.
Students now have a Student Resource Center nearby and won’t have to travel all the way to Nashville to receive academic help while earning their degree in Tennessee.
At the Murfreesboro Learning Center near The Avenue, you can speak to an enrollment or a financial advisor, meet with faculty, print and copy documents, use the computer lab or just have a quiet place to study.
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