Opened as Dixie College in 1912, Tennessee Tech University (TTU) has blossomed into a comprehensive university that features 44 Bachelor's and 20 graduate degree programs across six academic divisions. Expanding its presence to online, TTU provides distance learning programs with undergraduate and graduate degrees in the fields of Arts and Sciences, Education, Interdisciplinary Studies, and more, as well as the M.B.A.
Tennessee Temple University (TTU) was founded in 1946 as a two-year college and Bible school. This Baptist institute attained university status in 1979 spans its academic programs across 11 majors that encompass biblical studies, business administration, education, psychology, and sign language interpretation. TTU also offers online college-level courses, undergraduate, graduate, and seminary degree programs in the same wide range of subjects, from General Studies to Management to Christian Education. All programs, while in a format designed specifically for distance learning, still retain the trademark TTU Christian values and perspective to produce dedicated, inspired graduates ready to serve the community.
Originally the Texas Technological College founded in 1923, Texas Tech University is a leading institution of higher learning in the state of Texas. The school currently offers over 40 online degree and certificate programs as well as preparation courses, providing quality education in disciplines such as Agriculture and Education, and for unique subjects that ranged from autism to gerontology to wind energy.
Established in 1821, provides Master Degree specialization in Paralegal, Public Relations, and Political Management as well as dedicated career training to prepare students for immediate entry-level and administrative positions. Graduates develop business and communication skills relevant to their industry from the convenience of home via online learning.
Founded in 1872, the University of Toledo is a public research university located in metropolitan Toledo. This comprehensive college is known for the many types of programs it offers, including traditional on-campus degrees, day and evening classes, and a very large offering of distance-learning and online degrees. The university currently grants degrees through colleges of Adult and Lifelong Learning, Business and Innovation, Education, Health Science and Human Service, Engineering, Gateway Programs, Graduate Studies, Honors, Languages, Literature and Social Sciences, Law, Medicine and Life Sciences, Natural Sciences and Mathematics, Nursing, Online Learning, Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, and Visual and Performing Arts.