2008-2009 Catalog and Student Handbook 
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2008-2009 Catalog and Student Handbook [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Regents Online Degree Programs (RODP)

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Tennessee Board of Regents’ (TBR) colleges and universities have joined to offer the Regents Online Degree Program (RODP). All TBR institutions are fully accredited and the thirteen TBR two-year colleges deliver and award the noted associate degrees, while all six TBR universities deliver and award the RODP bachelor degrees. Courses completed in the Regents Online Degree Program are entirely online and transferable among all the participating institutions. Individuals should have basic skills such as keyboarding and the ability to access the World Wide Web. Individual counseling and assessment may result in the scheduling of additional courses to overcome all deficiencies in English, mathematics, and reading. To learn more about RODP programs, please consult the website at http://www.tn.regentsdegrees.org/degrees/associate.htm .

For all RODP programs students are admitted through their home school. All degree seeking students must submit ACT scores or take the COMPASS test and meet the requirements of the admitting school. Test scores may require the completion of one or more Developmental Studies courses. The student should enroll for these courses through the declared home college or university.

The links below provide a course equivalency guide for students enrolling in Regents Online Degree Program (RODP) courses.

Students planning to graduate with an RODP degree from Northeast State may take an equivalent Northeast State course to replace any course in their program listing.

Students planning to graduate in a standard Northeast State program may replace any course in their program listing with an equivalent RODP course.

For information about course equivalencies with other institutions of higher education, contact the specific institution.

RODP Equivalencies

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