Universities in Tennessee
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80 universities found
DeVry University Nashville
Easily accessed from I-24 and Harding Place in the Perimeter Park office complex, just minutes from Nashville International Airport, DeVry Nashville serves students who live or work in the metropolitan area with undergraduate and graduate degree programs in some of today's fastest growing career fields. A comfortable learning environment, the Nashville Center offers spacious classrooms, an inf…
Dyersburg State Community College
Dyersburg State Community College serves seven counties adjacent to or near the Mississippi River in West Tennessee where there are enormous opportunities to improve education attainment, employment levels in high-skilled jobs, and per capita income. An open-access, learning-centered institution, Dyersburg State anticipates and responds to the educational needs of individuals through strategic pla…
East Tennessee State University
East Tennessee State University strives to create a community of learning that actively advances the fundamental values of higher education - the free interchange of ideas, curiosity and the desire for learning, critical thinking and self-reflection, ethical behavior, academic freedom, and appreciation of human diversity. Every academic program and support unit at ETSU contributes to the creation…
Emmanuel School of Religion
Emmanuel School of Religion is a graduate-level Christian seminary committed to the lordship of Jesus Christ, to the authority of Scripture, and to the vision of the unity of world Christianity as arising from the work of such thinkers as Thomas and Alexander Campbell and Barton W. Stone.
Fisk University is one of the nationís pre-eminent minority colleges. Founded in 1866, the university is the oldest in Nashville, Tennessee. Its distinguished alumni include educators, artists, thinkers and public servants such as W.E.B. Du Bois, James Weldon Johnson, Aaron Douglas, John Hope Franklin, Nikki Giovanni, U.S. Representatives John Lewis and Alcee Hastings and former U.S. Secretary of …
Fountainhead College of Technology
Fountainhead College of Technology, founded more than 50 years ago, provides training for men and women desiring career positions in technology. Realizing that success depends on human factors as well as on technical competence, the staff strives to provide incentives in citizenship and leadership that should enhance the employability and growth potential of its graduates. The College is dedicat…
Free Will Baptist Bible College
Free Will Baptist Bible College (FWBBC) is a four-year Bible college founded in 1942 by the National Association of Free Will Baptists. FWBBC serves approximately 400 students and is the national college of the 300,000-strong Free Will Baptist denomination.
Freed-Hardeman University is primarily an undergraduate university in Henderson, Tennessee in the United States of America. The university is located within a short distance of the town's central area. The university traces its heritage to the members of the Churches of Christ who helped build it.
Harding University Graduate School of Religion
The Harding University Graduate School of Religion is a Christian institution whose purpose is to provide postbaccalaureate theological education to equip students for leadership in churches or Christian ministries and further scholarly advancement. In support of this purpose, the Graduate School also encourages faculty research and provides services to churches. The Graduate School pursues thi…
Hiwassee College provides an educational environment within which each individual may fulfill his or her mental, physical, social, and spiritual potential. This Mission is rooted in the desire of Hiwassee's founders to establish an institution which would provide a quality Christian education for students, including those of limited financial means. Hiwassee College remains committed to u…
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