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Walters State encourages continuous academic advising. Students should feel free to seek academic advice and mentoring throughout their college career.

See an advisor before registering for classes
Students must see an advisor prior to registering for classes each semester. The advisor is a faculty member who teaches in the student's major field of study. If you're undecided about your major, contact the Student Success Center at (423) 318-2563.

A.A.S. and Technical Certificate Students
Students seeking a technical education degree or certificate will follow the curriculum in the catalog. The college catalog contains information for each program of study curriculum.

A.S., A.A., and A.S.T Students
Students seeking a four-year degree should consult with faculty advisors, the transfer institution, and the Student Success Center to determine individual requirements for transfer. The catalog information in a university parallel curriculum is not intended to represent requirements for any particular college or university. In some cases, curricula in the catalog may be modified because of licensing or accreditation standards.

Advisor Contact Information

Contact the secretary for the department in which the major is located to schedule an advising appointment:

behaviorBehavioral & Social Sciences
African-American Studies, American Studies, Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, Exercise Science, Family and Consumer Sciences, General Studies, Geography, History, Nutrition and Food Science, Physical Education, Health and Recreation, Political Science, Psychology, Secondary Education, Social Work, Sociology, Special Education, Sports and Leisure Management


businessAccounting, Agriculture Business, Business, Business Administration, Culinary Arts, Economics, Finance, Hotel + Restaurant Management, Information Systems, Management, Marketing, Paralegal Studies


Health Programs
healthHealth Information Management, Health Sciences, Nursing, Occupational Therapy Assistant, Pharmacy Technician, Physical Therapist Assistant, Respiratory Care, Surgical Technology


humanitiesArt, Dance, English, Foreign Language, General Studies, Liberal Arts, Mass Communication, Music, Music Industry, Musical Theatre, Philosophy, Speech Communication, Theatre, Women's Studies


Mathematics, Mathematics Education / Statistics, Pre-Professional Engineering


Natural Science
Natural ScienceAstronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Geology, Physics, Pre-Professional Health Programs


Public Safety
public safetyBasic Law Enforcement Officer Education, Criminal Justice, Emergency Medical Services, Fire Science, Law Enforcement


Technical Education
Technical EducationAgriculture, Clean Energy Technology, Computer Information Technology, Computer Science, Concrete Technology, Electrical Engineering Technology, Engineering Systems Technology, Production Horticulture


Sevier County CampusSevier


Niswonger Campus Niswonger Campus



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