Tennessee Transfer Path to UT/TBR four year universities in compliance with Complete College Tennessee Act of 2010.
This pathway is designed for transfer as an Economics Major, B.S., B.B.A., or B.S.B.A. degrees, in Colleges or Schools of Business at any public university in Tennessee. Students who intend to transfer into then Economics Major, B.S. Degree, in the College of Liberal Arts at Middle Tennessee State University OR the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Tennessee, Chattanooga should NOT take the Principles of Accounting I and II sequence. Such students should consult their advisor or the Economics department at the university to which they intend to transfer for guidance on elective choices.
* Students who plan to transfer to UT Knoxville, College of Business, must complete MATH 2050, Calculus-Based Probability and Statistics. UT Knoxville accepts MATH 2080 from Northeast State in place of UT MATH 2050.
** Students who plan to transfer to UTK should take an Introduction to Ethics course as one of their humanities/fine arts courses or as an alternative guided elective.
*** Students who are not prepared for MATH 1630 or MATH 1710 will also need MATH 1100 based on placement testing. MTSU and UTK should take MATH 1630. Students transferring to UTC or UTM should take a college algebra course. UofM requires MATH 1710 or MATH 1830. APSU requires MATH 1710 only. TSU requires MATH 1830 only. ETSU requires MATH 1530. TTU requires MATH 1130. Johnson University- MATH 1130 or MATH 1530.
**** Applied Calculus or equivalent is NOT required at UT Martin. MATH 1830 is prerequisite to MATH 2050 for UTK requirement.
Additional Information Regarding Foreign Language
At some universities, foreign language may be required in certain programs that lead to the Bachelor of Science Degree. Complete information regarding foreign language requirements at each university may be found on the transfer and articulation websites of the Tennessee Board of Regents and the University of Tennessee System. Community college students are encouraged to be familiar with foreign language requirements at the universities and, if applicable, complete the requirements before transferring.
Effective Fall 2011