The Engineering program at Volunteer State Community College delivers a university parallel curriculum culminating in an Associate of Science degree. This alternative pathway for individuals pursuing a bachelor's degree in engineering emphasizes the critical thinking skills, study habits, discipline and perseverance required to be a successful engineering student. Upon completion of the course work, the student will have met the general education and basic core curriculum requirements to transfer to a four-year university offering an ABET accredited engineering degree. Volunteer State Community College has agreements with many local area universities (Tennessee Technological University, Tennessee State University, and Vanderbilt University to name a few) to insure a smooth transition into their discipline specific upper level engineering courses. No matter what kind of engineer you want to become (Electrical, Mechanical, Civil, Architectural, Chemical, Biomedical, etc.) you can receive a firm foundation at Vol State.