Nearly seven in 10 (68%) graduates of Tennessee colleges and universities either strongly agree or agree that their university prepared them well for life after college, according to a Gallup-Purdue Index study of college graduates.
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The success of Tennessee relies heavily on the shoulders of the skilled workers that power the economy.
University of California, Berkeley student Deep Dave is a double major in computer science and economics who has completed 68 college credits. What’s so unique about Deep? He’s only 18 years old.
Over the past decade, there has been a stunning increase in the number and variety of credentials available in this country—college degrees, educational certificates, industry credentials, licensures, and most recently micro-credentials, such as digital badges.