Chattanooga State Articulation Agreement Reached With Shelbyville TCAT

Friday, October 11, 2019

The Engineering and Information Technologies Division at Chattanooga State Community College recently reached an articulation agreement with the Tennessee College of Applied Technology-Shelbyville (TCAT). Laura Monks, president, TCAT Shelbyville, and Dr. Rebecca Ashford, president, Chattanooga State, took part in the official signing ceremony on Oct. 3.

Students who graduate from Shelbyville TCAT with certain diplomas can be awarded up to 23 hours toward select programs of study offered through the Chattanooga State Engineering Technology Department including Design/Drafting, Construction Management, Industrial Technology, Networking, or Welding Engineering Technology.

To learn more about the Shelbyville TCAT programs that are eligible for articulation, call the Engineering and Information Technologies Division at 423 697-4434 or TCAT Shelbyville at 931 685-5013.


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