Credit Programs of Study
Wor-Wic's programs of study are developed by college faculty members in conjunction with business and
industry representatives who serve on program advisory committees. This joint college-community effort
results in programs that are designed to prepare graduates for entry-level positions in the local job
market or for further study at four-year institutions.
Students enrolled in credit programs at Wor-Wic can earn an associate of applied science degree, associate
of science degree, associate of arts degree, associate of arts in teaching degree, certificate of proficiency
or letter of recognition. Current credit programs include:
The required courses in each program are presented in outline form to indicate the suggested sequence.
Students not following the suggested sequence should contact their advisors for assistance with program
planning. Students who plan to transfer should meet with their advisors to select courses appropriate
for the transfer institution.
While assistance is provided by academic advisors, it is the student's responsibility to meet all of
the requirements of his or her program of study. Students should become familiar with the prerequisites
and other requirements of each course in the program they have selected.
In compliance with federal gainful employment disclosure requirements, Wor-Wic provides prospective
students with on-time completion rates, median loan debt and other information related to
certificate program options within each program area link.