Tennessee Transfer Pathways
Students who begin at one of the Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR) Community Colleges have the ability to transfer to the University of Memphis with assurances in how their credits will transfer. By completing the Associates Degree (AA or AS) at one of the 19 Community Colleges, they can select one of the nearly 30 Tennessee Transfer Pathway (TTP) programs at the University of Memphis
The TTP provides a roadmap of access to some of the most popular degree programs available at the University of Memphis. The TTP also guarantees the transfer student only has 60 hours to complete the Bachelor’s Degree at the University of Memphis after they transfer (provided the student doesn’t change the major after arriving). The engineering program is the exception to the statement above. This program will require more than 60 hours to complete.