The UT Martin Jackson Center has been offering classes and programs in the Jackson area since 1992 and is conveniently located in the Ned R. McWherter Center on the campus of Jackson State Community College. This partnership allows students to begin and graduate at Jackson State Community College and then enroll at UT Martin to complete a baccalaureate degree without leaving the Jackson State campus, and improves transfer pathways and four-year graduation success. Adults wanting to complete their degrees also find the flexibility they need to balance school, work and family.
The center offers a variety of undergraduate courses supporting bachelor's degree programs in agriculture, business administration, criminal justice, education, history, social work, political science, psychology, interdisciplinary studies, and the university’s Military Science and Leadership Program, of which ROTC is a part. A number of graduate-level courses also are available, and the center offers a wide variety of non-credit youth, personal enrichment, and professional development courses and programs.
Whether returning to school or continuing your education to the next level, the UT Martin Jackson Center can help you achieve your goals.
Areas of Study Within the Center
- Agricultural Business
- Corrections (Criminal Justice)
- Forensics (Criminal Justice)
- Justice Studies (Criminal Justice)
- Juvenile Justice (Criminal Justice)
- Law Enforcement (Criminal Justice)
- Education Integrated Studies: K to Grade 5
- Farm and Ranch Management
- Interdisciplinary Studies
- Political Science
- Social Work