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Off Campus Undergraduate Degree Programs

Bachelor of Science (B.S.), Agribusiness 2+2 at Columbia State Community College—Lewisburg
Columbia State Community College and MTSU have partnered to offer a way to earn a B.S. in agribusiness at the Columbia State—Lewisburg campus. After completing an A.S. general transfer with a focus in agribusiness at Columbia State, students can continue on to complete all classes for the MTSU B.S. in agribusiness program at the same campus in Lewisburg or online. MTSU Agribusiness 2 + 2

Bachelor of Science (B.S.), Agribusiness 2+2 at Motlow State Community College—Fayetteville
Motlow State Community College and MTSU have formed a partnership allowing MTSU faculty to teach lower-level agribusiness classes to Motlow State students on the Fayetteville campus. Motlow State students can use the credits earned toward an A.S. in general studies (area of emphasis agribusiness) at Motlow State and a B.S in agribusiness at MTSU. MTSU Agribusiness 2 + 2

Bachelor of Science in Teaching (B.S.), Interdisciplinary Studies K-6th Emphasis—Columbia State Community College
The 2+2 program is offered through the College of Education at the Columbia State Community College campus. Students take freshman and sophomore level courses through CSCC. After being admitted to MTSU, students enroll in junior and senior level courses which are held on the CSCC campus. Students may complete their practicum and student teaching at a school in the Columbia area. More information about the program is available through the 2+2 website in the College of Education.

Bachelor of Science in Teaching (B.S.), Interdisciplinary Studies K-6th Emphasis—Motlow State Community College Symrna Campus
The Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education 2+2 program is a unique partnership between Motlow State Community College (MSCC) and Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU) designed to meet the professional needs of students preparing to teach at the elementary level. Students in the program will complete four years of study and receive a Bachelor of Science degree with a major in Interdisciplinary Studies with an emphasis in K–6. The first two years of the program are completed by earning an Associate of Science in Teaching (A.S.T.) degree at MSCC Smyrna campus. The successful student will earn the Bachelor of Science and licensure in Elementary Education K–6. More information about the program is available through the 2+2 website in the College of Education.

Bachelor of Science in Liberal Studies (B.S.), with emphasis in Criminal Justice Administration
MTSU and Nashville State Community College – Southeast Campus have developed an A.A.S.–to–B.S. program to allow students who earn an Associate of Applied Science in Police Science (Police Administration) at NSCC to transfer all required credits earned for this degree toward the completion of an MTSU Bachelor of Science in Liberal Studies. This degree is offered through MTSU's University College in cooperation with the Tennessee Board of Regents, on the Southeast campus of Nashville State Community College. The B.S. in Liberal Studies allows students to design a major around two areas of interest. Students can use their NSCC Police Science courses as one Area of Emphasis, and take MTSU's Criminal Justice courses (which will be offered at NSCC-SE) as their second Area of Emphasis. They can also use MTSU's Criminal Justice courses as electives. Or, students can work with their MTSU advisor for a wide selection of course options.

Bachelor of Science in Liberal Studies (B.S.), with emphasis in Criminal Justice Administration
MTSU and Nashville State Community College – Southeast Campus have developed an A.A.S.–to–B.S. program to allow students who earn an Associate of Applied Science in Police Science (Crime Scene Investigation) at NSCC to transfer all required credits earned for this degree toward the completion of an MTSU Bachelor of Science in Liberal Studies. This degree is offered through MTSU's University College in cooperation with the Tennessee Board of Regents, on the Southeast campus of Nashville State Community College. The B.S. in Liberal Studies allows students to design a major around two areas of interest. Students can use their NSCC Police Science courses as one Area of Emphasis, and take MTSU's Criminal Justice courses (which will be offered at NSCC-SE) as their second Area of Emphasis. They can also use MTSU's Criminal Justice courses as electives. Or, students can work with their MTSU advisor for a wide selection of course options.