New Programs this Fall at Vol State Livingston

Submitted on July 09, 2012 at 9:28 AM

New programs and classes are coming to Volunteer State Community College at Livingston this fall. They include a program especially for new college students. Freshman Experience Tracks feature ease in registration and extra academic support. The courses are group learning experiences, where students take several classes together.

Logistics will be offered in Livingston this fall. The Logistics and Supply Chain Management field is fast-growing and much of the Vol State coursework can be done online to accompany the traditional classes offered. Those interested in the program can visit the Vol State website for more details.

Earn a Criminal Justice Technical Certificate in only one semester this fall and use the coursework for an associate of science or associate of applied science degree if you choose. Criminal Justice will be offering several courses including Introduction to Criminal Justice, Criminal Investigation and Terrorism and Homeland Security.

If you are considering a career as a Veterinary Tech, then enroll in Livingston's Introduction to Veterinary Technology course. For those interested in Bluegrass music Bluegrass Seminar I and Ensemble I classes will be offered, as well as private instruction in bluegrass guitar, mandolin, banjo and bass.

Human Anatomy and Physiology is always a required course for health degrees. Students can take it in the state-of-the-art Livingston biology lab. Students interested in the health fields can take classes this fall in Medical Terminology and Introduction to Health Information Technology, among others.

Some people already have college credits and would like to finish a degree. Advisors can help walk new students through the process. There will be more than 90 classes to choose from in Livingston this coming fall semester. Vol State at Livingston is a degree granting campus, which means students can take an entire two-year degree program in Livingston, or take classes that will apply to other programs and degrees at the College. Livingston offers many general education requirement classes. They provide an opportunity for students to take basic courses that can apply for credit at many other colleges and universities, including Tennessee Tech University in Cookeville.

Registration for the fall semester is open now. Classes start August 25. Students can register online or in-person at the Livingston campus, 113 Windle Community Road. New students will need to apply to the college before they can register for classes. That can be done in-person or online at For more information or to speak to an advisor call 931-823 7065 or toll free 800-563-8220.


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