Chattanooga State is offering a seven-week Mini-Mester with classes beginning Oct.14. This is an opportunity to start a degree or simply get ahead.
The condensed seven-week term allows a student to complete one of many credit courses quickly in the divisions of Business, Engineering & Information Technologies, Math & Sciences, Humanities & Fine Arts, Nursing & Allied Health, or Social & Behavioral Sciences.
TCAT-Chattanooga programs are also starting Oct. 14; however, these programs are one-year programs. TCAT programs beginning Oct. 14 include:
Administrative Office Professional – Day Program
Commercial Truck Driving – Day and Night Programs
Industrial Maintenance Mechatronics Technician – Day, Night, and Kimball Programs
Landscape and Turf Management – Day Program
Machine Tool Technology – Day Program
Welding Technology – Kimball and Dayton sites only
Current and prospective students that are interested in the seven-week Mini-Mester can explore the credit and TCAT courses that begin Oct. 14 at chattanoogastate.edu/minimester.