Friday, August 12, 2011

Trevecca bachelor’s degree classes on the Vol State campus

This note about a new bachelor's degree program comes from our friends at Trevecca Nazarene University:

Are you ready to complete your B.A.?

Completing your associate’s degree with Vol State is a huge accomplishment! It means you’ve done something a lot of other people don’t often do. You have invested in your education. Are you ready to take the next step and earn your bachelor’s degree?

A bachelor’s degree goes beyond what an associate’s degree can do for you. A bachelor’s degree makes you more marketable, offers more career flexibility, and empowers you with more control over your life.

The Management and Human Relations (MHR) program offered by Trevecca Nazarene University can be completed in as little as thirteen months, with classes meeting only one night a week. This means that if you were to begin this month, then this time next year you would be staring at yourself in a mirror with a diploma nearly in hand! Imagine the pride and the sense of accomplishment!

Because of our partnership with Volunteer State we can quickly apply the credits you earn here towards your bachelor’s degree at Trevecca. Classes will meet on the Volunteer State campus so you will be working in an environment that is already familiar to you.

How can you enroll?

We are currently enrolling students for our September 20 start date, but seats are limited to the first twenty-five students. Go to to begin the enrollment process and reserve your seat for this fall!

If you would like to learn more about how to complete your degree in our MHR program, then on behalf of Trevecca I would like to extend a personal invitation to you to join us for an information meeting in the Thigpen Rochelle Center in the Thigpen Library on the campus of Volunteer State Community College. You can join us on either of two nights, Tuesday, August 23 or Thursday, September 1 from 5:30 – 7:30 on both nights.

Both meetings are designed to follow a come-and-go format. We will have experts on hand to answer your questions about financial aid and to talk with you about the specifics of the program. Refreshments will be provided and we encourage you to invite a friend to accompany you.

For more information contact:
Chad Maxson
(615) 230-4804

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