New Courses and Degrees Coming to Vol State Livingston

New Courses and Degrees this Fall at Vol State Livingston

Volunteer State Community College is continually updating course offerings and degree programs to keep up with the demands of a fast-changing society. Students will find new courses and new degrees this fall, as part of 90 programs of study at the college. Fall registration for Vol State at Livingston is open now. New students will need to apply first.

The new Associate of Science Health Sciences degree is designed for transfer to a university bachelor’s degree program. People with the four-year degree can seek jobs as Community Health Workers, Health Services Managers and Health Education Teachers. Health Sciences bachelor degree programs are taught at Tennessee State University and East Tennessee State University. The new Vol State degree can also help people who don’t make it into specific Health Sciences specialties at the college, but still want a career in the health field. Some of the classes in the program may be taught online.

Vol State now offers any of its Paralegal Studies program classes in Livingston via live video. This includes courses such as Intro to Paralegal Studies and Ethics, Legal Research and Legal Writing. Interested students should contact program director Amy Smith at

Fall classes start on August 28. The fall schedule is available on the college website at New students will need to fill out an application online at The Livingston campus is located at 113 Windle Community Road. For more information or to speak to an advisor, call 931-823 7065 or toll free 800-563-8220.

About Vol State

Volunteer State Community College has more than 90 programs of study and offers two-year degrees, certificates and paths to university transfer. Continuing Education and Workforce Development extends the college mission to the entire community. For more information, visit

Photo: Vol State students study at the campus in Livingston.