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This fall, students in Morristown and Sevier County will have the opportunity to transfer
into King College's Graduate and Professional Studies (GPS) program and complete
their bachelor's degree.
Walters State students in Morristown will have three transfer options - Bachelor of
Business Administration (BBA), Bachelor of Information Technology (BTech), or Bachelor
of Science for Registered Nurses (RN-BSN). Students at the Sevier County campus in
Sevierville will have the option of a BBA, or a BBA with a concentration in Hospitality
King is making it easier for working adults throughout the region in their quest to
obtain a bachelor's degree, said Mona Salyer, director of recruitment for Graduate
Professional Studies for King College. Whether it is a personal goal or a step toward
furthering one's career, the bachelor's degree programs are designed to reduce the
challenges adult learners face in balancing personal and professional goals.
The convenient location is ideal for Walters State students because they are already
acclimated to the campus, said Salyer. Students will be able to complete the bachelor's
degree program in as little as 16 months.
King will offer junior and senior-level courses leading to bachelor degrees in business
administration, nursing, information technology, and hospitality management. Walters
State offers two-year associate degree programs in business administration, information
technology, nursing, and hotel and restaurant management. Walters State students
who complete their degrees in one of these programs will be able to transfer seamlessly
into respective bachelor programs at King.
Extending one's education to include a bachelor's degree provides increased career
opportunities, whether a student is seeking to advance their career or they are transitioning
from their current area of expertise into a new one, said Micah Crews, associate vice
president of enrollment management for King College.
For more information about King's GPS degree options available at Walters State or
financial aid opportunities, call the King College Office of Admissions at (800) 362-0014
or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications may also be submitted online at apply.king.edu.