Tusculum College will begin hosting classes at the Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community College’s Madison campus in June.
Tusculum has forged a partnership with A-B Technical Community College at Madison to offer a Master of Arts in Education Curriculum and Instruction Degree program for licensed teachers.
“Tusculum is expanding the way it serves both students and the community,” said Dr. Melinda Dukes, vice president of academic affairs at Tusculum College. “This partnership allows us to provide high quality programs in an area of high demand in the most convenient way for our students.”
The program has been offered from Tennessee-based sites previously and fourteen individuals from the area recently completed the Graduate and Professional Studies Master of Arts in education degree program and graduated in 2012. There is also a documented additional demand for a master’s degree program from educators in the region. As a result of this success, the program will now be offered on-site at the A-B Tech campus.
Tusculum College offers flexible scheduling, convenient locations, reasonable tuition and quality programs that help students meet their goals. The unique class structure blends academics with application in a collaborative environment.
Tusculum’s uniquely focused and practical program has enabled thousands of men and women to obtain the degrees they need to succeed professionally and personally. For more information, call 888-488-7285.
Tusculum College, the oldest college in Tennessee and the 28th oldest in the nation, is a liberal arts institution committed to utilizing the civic arts in developing educated citizens distinguished by academic excellence, public service and qualities of Judeo-Christian character. Approximately twenty-one hundred students are enrolled on the main campus in Greeneville and three off-site locations in East Tennessee. The academic programs for both traditional-aged students and working adults served through the Graduate and Professional Studies program are delivered using focused calendars whereby students enroll in one course at a time.