Complete your Diploma Program in One Year or Less
The 26 Tennessee Colleges of Applied Technology located across the state of Tennessee are premier providers of workforce development for today’s in-demand career paths. The Centers provide state-of-the-art technical training on ground at their campus locations and through the Regents Online Campus Collaborative.
Courses may be taken for the purpose of acquiring a diploma or as standalone training opportunities. Generally, diplomas can be earned in three trimesters and require 1,296 clock hours.
Interested students can apply for admission and register online to the Tennessee College of Applied Technology of your choice.
Business Systems Technology Diplomas:
Administrative Assistant Diploma with Accounting Emphasis
Administrative Assistant Diploma with Customer Service Technology Emphasis
Medical Administrative Assistant Diploma with Transcription Emphasis
Medical Administrative Assistant Diploma with Insurance and Coding Emphasis
The Regents Online program would like to thank you for your interest in our online learning programs. To get started on furthering your education, complete the following 6 steps to admission:
Step One: Complete the prospective student profile:
- Click here for the University and Community College profile
- Click here for the Tennessee College of Applied Technology profile
- Click here for the Continuing Education profile
Not sure which profile to submit?
• University & Community College profile
Select this profile if you are planning to pursue an Associate’s, Bachelor’s or Master’s degree or are taking courses for college credit from one of our 13 community colleges or 6 public universities. University and community college courses are offered during the Fall, Spring and Summer semesters.
• Tennesse College of Applied Technology profile
Select this profile for workforce development programs offered at the 26 Tennessee Colleges of Applied Technology located across. Tennessee Colleges of Applied Technology courses are offered on a trimester schedule and lead to certificate and Tennessee diploma awards.
• Continuing Education profile
Select this profile for non-credit courses, courses that award Continuing Education Units (CEUs), and courses that lead to certification in a given career field or meet an organization’s in-service training requirements. Continuing Education courses are offered in on-demand and scheduled formats.
Step Two: Apply for admission to the school of your choice. Continuing Education students do not have to apply for admission. Traditional financial aid is not available for Continuing Education courses. Proceed to the Continuing Education profile to enroll in your course(s).
Step Three: Review the tuition, fees and costs for courses
Step Four: Find financial aid and payment information from your home campus
Step Five: Review your home campus calendar for important dates and deadlines
Step Six: Obtain acceptance from your home campus
After you have been accepted, complete the following:
• Seek advising to register at your home campus
• Purchase your books at the virtual bookstore
• On the first day of the semester, log into class
Placement Testing for Degree Seeking Students (COMPASS)
If you are a new degree-seeking student you should make an appointment for placement testing if it is required. Placement Testing is available through all TBR institutions. Contact your TBR Developmental Studies Director at your home institution. Arrangements will be made to assist you in completing this test.