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Allied Health Leadership

100% Online Bachelor of Science in Allied Health, Allied Health Leadership Concentration

 

ETSU's online Allied Health degee completion programs are open to licensed or license-eligible allied health professionals who have completed their associate degree

The Department of Allied Health Sciences offers online courses of study leading to a Bachelor of Science degree in Allied Health, with concentrations in Allied Health Leadership, Cardiopulmonary Science (Respiratory Therapy), and Radiography.

Allied Health Leadership:

This concentration builds upon existing professional knowledge to enhance skills in communications, critical thinking, problem solving, research, and leadership theories. In addition, the concentration equips graduates with entry-level management, group dynamics, and supervisory skills as they relate to the allied health disciplines. Successful completion of the concentration will increase the mobility of the graduate into leadership positions in their respective professions.

 

View Allied Health Leadership courses and requirements

 

Cardiopulmonary Science

 

100% Online Bachelor of Science in Allied Health, Cardiopulmonary Science Concentration

 

ETSU's online Allied Health degee completion programs are open to licensed or license-eligible allied health professionals who have completed their associate degree

The Department of Allied Health Sciences offers online courses of study leading to a Bachelor of Science degree in Allied Health, with concentrations in Allied Health Leadership, Cardiopulmonary Science (Respiratory Therapy), and Radiography.

Cardiopulmonary Science (Respiratory Therapy) Concentration:

Upon successful completion of the Cardiopulmonary Science concentration, students are eligible to apply for admission to sit for three examinations administered by the National Board for Respiratory Care. 

View Cardiopulmonary Science courses and requirements

Radiography

 

100% Online Bachelor of Science in Allied Health, Radiologic Science Concentration

 

ETSU's online Allied Health degee completion programs are open to licensed or license-eligible allied health professionals who have completed their associate degree

The Department of Allied Health Sciences offers online courses of study leading to a Bachelor of Science degree in Allied Health, with concentrations in Allied Health Leadership, Cardiopulmonary Science (Respiratory Therapy), and Radiography.

Radiologic Science (Radiography) Concentration:

Graduates from this online program meet the educational requirements to begin the application process for the national certification examination administered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists.

> View Radiologic Science courses and requirements

Interdisciplinary Studies*

100% Online Bachelor in Interdisciplinary Studies

 

The web-based Bachelor of Science with a major in Interdisciplinary Studies is especially designed to meet the needs of those with limited access to higher education; typically, adult students whose work, place of residence, family obligations, or other confinements have made attendance difficult in traditional on-campus courses. The Interdisciplinary Studies program is most suitable for adults who have completed an associate degree, or at minimum, some college credit. The program gives students the opportunity to integrate personal and professional growth through the exploration of perspectives, philosophies and experience in a variety of disciplines. Students complete two areas of concentration, which they may fulfill either by completing an ETSU minor or by completing 12 hours of related, upper-level coursework in an area appropriate to their educational or professional goals. Students may obtain the degree entirely through online courses or through a combination of traditional classroom and online courses.

Admission Requirements

  1. Students apply to ETSU and must meet ETSU general admission requirements.
  2. Upon acceptance to ETSU, students complete an admissions interview with an Interdisciplinary Studies advisor. The interview may be completed over the telephone or through some other electronic means. The purpose of the interview is to determine whether the Interdisciplinary Studies major is the best program for the student, or if the student would be better served by another degree program.
  3. Students must complete the Cross-Disciplinary Studies application.
  4. The Interdisciplinary Studies advisor recommends admission or denial to the department chair, Division of Cross-Disciplinary Studies.
  5. The department chair accepts or denies admission.
  6. Transfer credit is accepted only from accredited institutions

Degree Requirements

Two Concentrations. The student will complete two concentrations of his/her choice. Each concentration is a minimum of 12 hours of related coursework in the same discipline. Of the 12 hours required for each concentration, 9 of those hours must be at the 3000-4000 levels. There may be no duplication of courses between the two concentrations.

Professional Field Experience. Satisfactory completion of the Senior Capstone (BSIS 4210) is required to graduate.

Guided electives. The student will complete up to 52 hours of advisor-approved elective courses.

Upper division requirement . 34 hours of the student’s entire degree program must be at the 3000/4000 levels.

All other graduation requirements of the university must be met. See listing of these requirements in the Degree and Graduation Requirements section of the ETSU Student catalog.

Professional Studies (Information Technology Concentration)*

100% Online Bachelor in Professional Studies, Information Technology Concentration

 

The web-based Bachelor of Science with a major in Professional Studies is especially designed to meet the needs of those with limited access to higher education; typically, adult students whose work, place of residence, family obligations, or other confinements have made attendance difficult in traditional on-campus courses. This program is most suitable for adults who have completed an associate degree, or, at minimum, some college credit. Students must complete a concentration in either information technology or organizational leadership.

The information technology concentration provides students with knowledge of the management information systems field and prepares them to work in most information systems departments in business, industry, or government. The organizational leadership concentration provides students with the opportunity to learn and develop management and communication skills applicable to work in management areas.

Students may obtain the degree entirely through online courses offered through TNeCampusor through a combination of traditional classroom and online courses. Due to the unique nature of this degree, students may not double major.

Admission Requirements

  1. Students apply to ETSU and must meet ETSU general admission requirements.
  2. Upon acceptance to ETSU, students complete an admissions interview with a Professional Studies advisor. The interview may be completed over the telephone or through some other electronic means. The purpose of the interview is to determine whether the Professional Studies major is the best program for the student, or if the student would be better served by another degree program.
  3. Students must complete the Cross-Disciplinary Studies application.
  4. The Professional Studies advisor recommends admission or denial to the department chair, Division of Cross-Disciplinary Studies.
  5. The department chair accepts or denies admission.
  6. Transfer credit is accepted only from accredited institutions.

Degree Requirements - Information Technology Concentration: 21 Total Credit Hours

Computer Languages: 3 Credit Hours
CIS 1610 - Programming in C++ (TN eCampus) (3 credits) or
CST 0209 - Java Programming I (TN eCampus) (3 credits)


Management of Information Systems Overview: 3 Credit Hours
PTMA 3020 - Managing Information Technology (TN eCampus) (3 credits) or
MGMT 3220 - Management Information System (TN eCampus) (3 credits)


Files/Operating Systems: 3 Credit Hours
INFS 3700 - Introduction to Systems Analysis and Design (TN eCampus) (3 credits)
COMP 3050 - Programming Languages (TN eCampus) (3 credits)


Database Management: 3 Credit Hours
CSCI 3222 - Database Management Systems (TN eCampus) (3 credits)


Network Design and Management: 3 Credit Hours
INFS 4900 - Seminar in Data Communication (TN eCampus) (3 credits)


Software - Analysis and Design: 3 Credit Hours
CSC 3700 - Software Analysis and Design (TN eCampus) (3 credits) or
UNIV 4706 - Managing Software Development (TN eCampus) (3 credits)


Capstone: 3 Credit Hours
BSPS 4210 - Senior Capstone (3 credits)

Additionally, all other graduation requirements of the university must be met. See listing of these requirements in the Degree and Graduation Requirements  section of the ETSU Student catalog.

Professional Studies (Organizational Leadership Concentration)*

100% Online Bachelor in Professional Studies, Information Technology Concentration

 

The web-based Bachelor of Science with a major in Professional Studies is especially designed to meet the needs of those with limited access to higher education; typically, adult students whose work, place of residence, family obligations, or other confinements have made attendance difficult in traditional on-campus courses. This program is most suitable for adults who have completed an associate degree, or, at minimum, some college credit. Students must complete a concentration in either information technology or organizational leadership.

The information technology concentration provides students with knowledge of the management information systems field and prepares them to work in most information systems departments in business, industry, or government. The organizational leadership concentration provides students with the opportunity to learn and develop management and communication skills applicable to work in management areas.

Students may obtain the degree entirely through online courses offered through TNeCampusor through a combination of traditional classroom and online courses. Due to the unique nature of this degree, students may not double major.

Admission Requirements

  1. Students apply to ETSU and must meet ETSU general admission requirements.
  2. Upon acceptance to ETSU, students complete an admissions interview with a Professional Studies advisor. The interview may be completed over the telephone or through some other electronic means. The purpose of the interview is to determine whether the Professional Studies major is the best program for the student, or if the student would be better served by another degree program.
  3. Students must complete the Cross-Disciplinary Studies application.
  4. The Professional Studies advisor recommends admission or denial to the department chair, Division of Cross-Disciplinary Studies.
  5. The department chair accepts or denies admission.
  6. Transfer credit is accepted only from accredited institutions.

Degree Requirements - Professional Studies Concentration: 21 Total Credit Hours

The student chooses one course from each of the following five areas:


Area One: Administration and Supervision: 3 Credit Hours
TECH 4381 - Principles of Supervision (TN eCampus) (3 credits)
PADM 3601 - Introduction to Public Administration (TN eCampus) (3 credits)
MGMT 3610 - Principles of Management and Organizational Behavior (TN eCampus) (3 credits)
LIST 4093 - Special Topics in Leadership (TN eCampus) (3 credits)


Area Two: Organizational Systems: 3 Credit Hours
PADM 4226 - Introduction to Nonprofits Organization (TN eCampus) (3 credits)
PM 4120 - Organizational Theory and Behavior (TN eCampus) (3 credits)


Area Three: Teamwork and Organizational Relationships: 3 Credit Hours
ORCO 3240 - Organizational Communication (TN eCampus) (3 credits)
COMM 3010 - Integrated Corporate Communication (TN eCampus) (3 credits)


Area Four: Statistical Methods: 3 Credit Hours
SOAA 3350 - Social Statistics (TN eCampus) (3 credits)
SOCI 4510 - Introduction to Social Research (TN eCampus) (3 credits)
JOUR 4410 - Public Relations Research (TN eCampus) (3 credits)


Area Five: International Context: 3 Credit Hours
POLS 4508 - Theories/Concepts of International Relations (TN eCampus) (3 credits)
SPAN 3550 - Latin America: The Countries and the Peoples (TN eCampus) (3 credits)
POLI 4350 - International Law (TN eCampus) (3 credits)
COBH 4707 - International Health (TN eCampus) (3 credits)
PS 3510 - International Political Economy (TN eCampus) (3 credits)
POLS 3010 - Comparative Politics (TN eCampus) (3 credits)
JOUR 4712 - Mass Media and Cultures (TN eCampus) (3 credits)

 

The student chooses two courses from Area Six:
Area Six: Written Communications: 6 Credit Hours
ENGL 3134 - Computers, Writing, and Literature (TN eCampus) (3 credits)
ENGL 3250 - Professional Communication I (TN eCampus) (3 credits)
ENGL 4100 - Writing in Professions (TN eCampus) (3 credits)
JOUR 3421 - Public Relations Writing (TN eCampus) (3 credits)
ENTC 3030 - Technical Communication (TN eCampus) (3 credits)

Additionally, all other graduation requirements of the university must be met. See listing of these requirements in the Degree and Graduation Requirements  section of the ETSU Student catalog.

 

Dental Hygiene

 

100% Online Bachelor of Science in  Dental Hygiene

 

The online BS degree completion program in dental hygiene is limited to licensed dental hygienists who hold an associate degree in dental hygiene from an accredited US or Canadian dental hygiene program . This completion degree program is designed to build on the dental hygienist’s prior education and experiential learning and its flexibility and online format allows the working hygienist to complete a BS degree at her or his own pace.

All course requirements for this program are online. However, all students are required to attend a one-day on-campus program orientation.

Admission Requirements

  1. Students apply to ETSU and must meet ETSU general admission requirements.

2. applying to the Dental Hygiene program through the ETSU College of Clinical and Rehabilitative Health Sciences (which is a different process from applying to the university).

Degree Requirements

In addition to meeting a ll other graduation requirements of the university (as listed in the  Degree and Graduation Requirements  section of the ETSU Student Catalog), students will complete 17-18 hours of online dental hygiene course credits.

Successful completion of DHYG 3100 will allow transfer for associate degree courses consisting of 46 lower division hours and upper division course credit of 16 hours for DHYG 3031, 4021, 4121, 3120, and 4000. Students must complete the following online courses:

*  Students who are licensed by their particular state to administer local anesthesia can be exempted from this course (DHYG 4030). 

Human Services

 

100% Online Bachelor of Science in  Human Services

 

The program in Human Services leads to the Bachelor of Science degree (B.S.) and is designed to provide a human and behavioral science background for persons interested in entering professions such as counseling, case management, teaching, program  administration, and similar endeavors. Human service practitioners work in a variety of settings for a broad range of organizations dedicated to helping others transition through their developmental issues and processes.

Human service professionals are credentialed under the auspices of the National Organization of Human Services, a collaboration of over 1200 colleges and universities in the U.S. with degree programs in Human Services, in addition to human service practitioners throughout the country. The Southern Organization of Human Services represents the ETSU region. The Center for Credentialing and Education administers certification as a Human Services-Board Certified Practitioner (HS-BCP). Human service professionals compose the largest number and proportion of helping professionals, exceeding psychiatrists, psychologists, and social workers combined. All these professions work together in providing the best of care for people as they grow and develop through life.

Many graduates of Human Services continue their education beyond the bachelor’s degree. Students often select the Human Services degree program in order to become licensed counselors, especially in school, marriage and family, community agency, and college/university settings. Students entering graduate programs in audiology and speech-language pathology, counseling, education, psychology, and related health professions regularly take Human Services coursework to prepare for their competencies.

Professional employment in Human Services is applied in treatment centers, hospitals, child and youth care facilities, community mental health centers, licensed professional practice, colleges/universities, schools, academies, governmental and non-governmental organizations, institutions, group homes, foster and transitional care, in-home counseling, homeless and runaway shelters, community action agencies, wilderness and adventure programming, and similar programs for social and personal development.

Admission Requirements

  1. Students are not formally admitted to the program until they have completed 30 credit hours; however, interested students are encouraged to seek advising earlier. Students seeking advising or admission should see the program coordinator.
  2. A broadly based determination of the applicant’s potential for academic and professional success will be made by departmental faculty. Factors considered for admission will include the applicant’s academic record, entrance examination scores, career goals, and communication skills. The following indicators of academic performance will be given particular attention.
    1. Scores on either the ACT or SAT will be considered in the context of the applicant’s high school and college record. Students with ACT subscores of less than 19 (16 if the ACT was taken prior to 1989) or SAT subscores of less than 360 and students who have not taken the ACT or SAT may be required to complete a prescribed program of HDAL courses prior to a final decision for admission.
    2. A grade point average of 2.50 on all college-level courses completed at the time of admission is a minimum criterion.
    3. Effective communication skills are required. Students who lack acceptable communication skills but who are otherwise qualified for admission may be asked to complete certain courses or undergo other experiences in order to correct the noted deficiencies. Upon completion of the assigned remedial experiences, admission will either be granted, denied or additional work will be recommended.
  3. Certain students who fail to meet minimum requirements for admission may be admitted on a probationary basis provided they have acceptable communication skills as noted above. Those students who present evidence of significant work experiences with children or adults, or those students whose admission test scores and/or grades are determined to have been diminished by cultural, linguistic, or certain educational factors may be admitted with the written understanding that they maintain a minimum grade point average of 2.50. Students who also lack acceptable communication skills must satisfy the requirements described in item 2(c), above, prior to probationary admission.

Degree Requirements

To graduate with a degree in Human Services, students must earn a C- or better in all Human Service courses within and have a cumulative overall GPA of 2.5 or higher. 

Additionally, students must meet  a ll other graduation requirements of the university (as listed in the  Degree and Graduation Requirements  section of the ETSU Student Catalog)


(Must take both courses.)

  • HDAL 4710  - Human Services Practicum (3 credits)
  • HDAL 4720  - Human Services Internship (3 credits)

These two courses MUST be arranged with and supervised by a Certified Child Life Specialist.

 

Nursing R.N. to B.S.N.

100% Online Bachelor of Science in  Nursing, RN-BSN

 

The College of Nursing offers five (5) tracks leading to the Bachelor of Science in Nursing. The Traditional BSN, LPN-BSN and Accelerated 2 nd Degree BSN offers coursework leading to initial licensure as a professional nurse. The RN-BSN option is designed for students who are already registered nurses but who are seeking a bachelors degree. The Dual Degree RN-BSN is offered with select community college partners for students enrolled in associates degree programs who are interested in simultaneously earning a bachelors degree. 

Admission Requirements

Admission to the university as a pre-nursing major does not assure admission to the major.

  1. Students must be in progress or have completed all ETSU General Education courses* (or equivalent from a Transfer Institution) including the 4 Nursing Pre-requisite classes:  Anatomy and Physiology I and II (with labs), Intro to Microbiology (with lab), and Probability and Statistics. At least 3 of the 4 pre-requisite math/science classes must be completed prior to the application deadline.
    Students with greater than 2 unsuccessful attempts to complete all required pre-requisite math/science courses will be ineligible for admission to the College of Nursing.  Grades below a “C” (C-, D+, D, and F) are considered unsuccessful attempts.

* Students with completed Bachelor’s degrees are exempt from taking General Education Requirements (by virtue of the completed degree) but must complete the four pre-requisite math/science courses or equivalents with at least 3 of the 4 completed prior to the application deadline.

*Transfer students are responsible for making sure courses taken at other institutions are equivalent to ETSU General Education courses. For further information about transfer equivalency, go to http://www.etsu.edu/articulation/equivalencies.aspx. For a list of ETSU General Education requirements go to: http://www.etsu.edu/uged/gened/StudentsandParents/requirements_10.aspx

  1. A minimum cumulative College Level GPA of 2.6 as computed by East Tennessee State University (excluding developmental coursework) is required.
  2. Students must apply to the College of Nursing using the Centralized Application System (Nursing CAS).  Official Transcripts from all colleges attended (including dual enrollment during high school) must be sent to CAS.  Transfer students must also apply for General Admission to ETSU.  This should be done well in advance of the application deadline. Detailed instructions and information are available at: http://www.etsu.edu/nursing/undergrad/onlineapp.aspx
  3. Applicants must submit (electronically) all scores from the TEAS V standardized entrance exam. The TEAS V may be taken twice within a two year period, but not twice in the same semester.  Scores are valid for two years.  Information about scheduling and preparing for the TEAS can be found at http://www.atitesting.com
  4. ETSU College of Nursing does NOT require references, a personal statement or professional experience for admission.
  5. Applicants are ranked by a point system which includes 100 possible points in 4 areas: Overall GPA, Math/Science Nursing Pre-requisite GPA, Adjusted Individual Total Score, and Adjusted Individual Reading section score of the TEAS V for a total of 400 possible points.  Applicants are admitted in point order.
  6. Students who are admitted to ETSU as a freshman with a high school GPA of 3.5 or above, ACT cumulative score of 25 or above, and maintain an ETSU overall GPA of 3.2 or higher will be guaranteed admission to the nursing major.  Students must complete the College of Nursing Application process and meet all other established admissions criteria.

Progression - Progression in the nursing major is determined by specific criteria which is located in the BSN Student Handbook. http://www.etsu.edu/nursing/bsnhandbook.aspx


Criminal Background Checks

To progress clinically, students will be required to complete a Criminal Background Check at his or her own expense from a specified vendor. Unfavorable results may result in a student’s inability to continue in clinical courses; review of the contents of the background check and the determination for eligibility for participation at a clinical site will be conducted by affiliated clinical agencies. Although the College of Nursing does not receive the contents of the background check, documentation of completion is kept with the students Clinical Course Health Requirement file.

Degree Requirements

The following courses are requried to complete the RN-BSN degree. 

Additionally, students must meet  a ll other graduation requirements of the university (as listed in the  Degree and Graduation Requirements  section of the ETSU Student Catalog)

Public Health Fundamentals for Field Professionals (Certificate)

100 % Online Public Health Fundamentals for Field Professionals Certificate

 

The Certificate in Public Health Fundamentals for Field Professionals is an online certificate program for professionals currently working in Public Health fields, but who have not yet completed a degree. The purpose of this certificate is to prepare public health professionals to earn a degree in public health and/or to provide professional development.

While any currently enrolled and qualified student can take the courses offered in support of the certificate, the Undergraduate Certificate in Public Fundamentals for Field Professionals can only be granted to students admitted to, and successfully completing, the certificate program. 

Admission Requirements

  1. Students apply to ETSU and must meet ETSU general admission requirements.

2.    An earned degree at the associate’s or higher level and at least two years of experience in public health or a closely related profession; or

3.    Successful completion (average GPA of 2.5 or better) of at least one year of college (a minimum of 30 semester hours) and at least four years of experience in public health or a closely related profession. The college experience must include at least one college-level course, with an earned grade of C or better, in each of the following:

a.     English composition (including expository writing)

b.    Mathematics course beyond Algebra (Probability and Statistics preferred)

c.     Biology or life sciences (or related course, e.g. microbiology)

d.    A social or behavior science (e.g. Anthropology, Economics, Psychology, Sociology, or related field)

Prospective students should contact the college for application materials and to determine eligibility for the program. 

Retention

Each student must meet current ETSU requirements to retain status as an active student. A grade of C or better is required in each certificate course.

Certificate Requirements:

 

Major Field Core: 15 credit hours

·       ENVH 3040 - Environmental Sanitation  (3 credits)

·       EPID 3080 - Principles of Epidemiology  (3 credits)

·       HSMP 3200 - Health Services Administration  (3 credits)

·       COBH 4030 - Community Health  (3 credits)

·       COBH 4457 - Emerging Technologies for the Health Professions  (3 credits)

 

Teaching Endorsement - English as a Second Language Licensure*

100% Online Teaching Endorsement - English as a Second Language Licensure

 

The Additional Endorsements online program is designed to assist those certified teachers who are currently teaching outside their discipline/subject certification area in completing the certification required for their current teaching position. This program is also available to teachers who wish to add an additional endorsement. 

Core Requirements: 18 credit hours
TEAE 4437/5437/6437 - Assessment for ESL - 3 credit hours
TEAE 4020/5020/6020 - Reading, Writing & Learning Methods for ESL - 3 credit hours
TEAE 4300/5300/6300 - Multicultural Education - 3 credit hours
TEAE 4500/5500/6500 - Linguistics - 3 credit hours
TEAE 4501/5501/6501 - Modern English Grammar - 3 credit hours
Practicum/Internship - 3 credit hours
 
Optional Courses: (taken as needed for electives or to meet identified deficiencies) - 3 credit hours

Teaching Endorsement - Math Licensure*

100% Online Teaching Endorsement - Math Licensure

 

The Additional Endorsements online program is designed to assist those certified teachers who are currently teaching outside their discipline/subject certification area in completing the certification required for their current teaching position. This program is also available to teachers who wish to add an additional endorsement.

Courses

MATH 1530 - Probability/Statistics (Non-calculus) - 3 credit hours
MATH 1910 - Calculus I - 4 credit hours
MATH 1920 - Calculus II - 4 credit hours
MATH 2010 - Introduction to Linear Algebra - 3 credit hours
MATH 2810 - Discrete Structures & Mathematical Reasoning - 3 credit hours
MATH 3810 - College Geometry - 3 credit hours
MATH 4000 - Math Seminar - 1 credit hour
 
NOTES:
  • MATH 1530, MATH 1910 and MATH 1920 may be taken at any community college. 
  • The Math Seminar is designed to synthesize mathematics and prepare you for the Praxis content exam in Mathematics. It must be taken as the final course in the program. 

 

Teaching Endorsement - Special Education*

100% Online Teaching Endorsement - Special Education Licensure

 

The Additional Endorsements online program is designed to assist those certified teachers who are currently teaching outside their discipline/subject certification area in completing the certification required for their current teaching position. This program is also available to teachers who wish to add an additional endorsement.

Courses

Core Requirements: 20 credit hours
TEAS 4001/5001/6001 - Collaborative Practices, Trends and Issues, and Characteristics of the Exceptional Learner in Special Education - 4 credit hours
TEAS 4003/5003/6003 - Assessment Procedures in Special Education - 3 credit hours
TEAS 4004/5004/6004 - Applied Behavioral Intervention and Support - 4 credit hours
TEAS 4005/5005/6005 - Reading Methods Across the Curriculum - 3 credit hours
TEAS 4006/5006/6006 - Assistive Technology - 3 credit hours
TEAS 4007/5007/6007 - Math Methods Across the Curriculum - 3 credit hours
 
Mild/Moderate Concentration - 4 credit hours
TEAS 4008/5008/6008 - Specialized Methods of Instruction and Teaching: Mild/Moderate Students - 4 credit hours
 
Comprehensive Concentration - 6 credit hours
TEAS 4009/5009/6009 - Adaptive P.E. in Special Education - 2 credit hours
TEAS 4010/5010/6010 - Specialized Methods of Instruction and Teaching: Comprehensive - 4 credit hours
 
Early Childhood Disabilities Concentration - 6 credit hours
TEAS 4011/5011/6011 - Characteristics and Assesment of Infants and Toddlers - 2 credit hours
TEAS 4012/5012/6012 -Specialized Methods of Instruction: Early Childhood Special Education: (ECSE) - 4 credit hours

Programs marked with an * are offered at ETSU through our partnership with TN eCampus, formerly Regents Online Degree Programs  (RODP).

 

Mostly Online Degree Programs

In addition to our 100% online programs, ETSU offers several Mostly Online Degree Programs. These programs offer a majority of the required coursework online with limitied on-campus coursework or meetings required. Please use the Request Information form to receive more information about the following mostly online programs. 

  • Economics
  • English
  • Finance 
  • Management
  • Marketing
  • Psychology
  • Sociology

                                                                                                               

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