Tennessee Colleges and Universities

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Our database currently includes Tennessee colleges, universities, technical and vocational schools.

Tennessee Higher Education Commission: THEC

Tennessee is a picturesque southeastern state that is one of only two states (neighboring Missouri is the other one) in the country that borders eight other states. Tennesseans enjoy the close proximity of neighboring states when planning day trips and weekend vacations. Nashville, also known as "Music City", is the capital and second largest city in the state. It is home to the legendary Grand Ole Opry, Ryman Auditorium, and Country Music Hall of Fame. Memphis, located in western Tennessee, is the state's largest city and is known to many as the birthplace of the blues. Elvis Presley's beloved Graceland is located in Memphis, and it is also the home of Sun Record Company, where some of the music industry's greatest legends began their careers.

Knoxville is nestled in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountain Range in Eastern Tennessee, just 35 miles from the entrance to the Great Smoky Mountain National Park. The tourist industry not only pumps life into this region, but also provides revenue for education and employment opportunities.

Career Opportunities in Tennessee

The music industry and tourism are leading sources of revenue in the state, along with agriculture and manufacturing. The health care, publishing, transportation, and banking industries also have a strong presence in the state, making it a great place to get a degree and pursue the occupation of your choice. There are a number of prominent colleges and universities located in and around the major cities.

Vanderbilt University, located in Nashville, Middle Tennessee State University, located in Murfreesboro, and the University of Tennessee, located in Knoxville, are three of the major universities in the state.

Healthcare Corporation of America, the largest operator of private hospitals, clinics, rehabilitation, psychiatric and acute care facilities in the world, is based in Nashville. Healthcare practitioners can expect a range of salaries from $30,000 to 234,950, depending on level of education and job title.

Tennessee is rich in culture and opportunity and is a great place to live and work. The universities in the state are exceptional, offering everything from Associate to Advanced Degrees. Occupational opportunities are unlimited in a variety of fields, offering plenty of room for progression and advancement in salary and position. Pursuing the highest level of education that is obtainable will assure the realization of dreams for the future and the highest salaries paid in the industry of choice.

Tennessee Colleges

Miller - Motte Technical College - Chattanooga
Chattanooga, TN
Fortis Institute - Nashville
Nashville, TN

Online Tennessee Colleges

Walden University
Grand Canyon University
Liberty University - Online
Keiser University eCampus
Keiser University Graduate School
Northcentral University
Colorado Technical University Online
American InterContinental University Online
West Coast University Online
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Tennessee Colleges and Universities

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