Cleveland State Community College and Tennessee Wesleyan University signed an agreement on Monday that will allow a smooth transition for students graduating from Cleveland State and transferring to Tennessee Wesleyan to receive their bachelor’s degree. The agreement allows students studying in the criminal justice program or law enforcement program at CSCC to transfer to TWU to receive their bachelor of science degree in Professional Leadership in Criminal Justice (PLCJ). The agreement benefits students completing an associate of science in criminal justice or an associate of applied science in law enforcement.
Dr. Tyler Forrest, TWU President, said, “Cleveland State remains one of our best partners, and this is just another example of what that partnership can bring”.
Cleveland State earned the Tennessee Board of Regent’s 2019 College of The Year and directly serves Bradley, McMinn, Meigs, Monroe, and Polk Counties.