Wor-Wic Community College has expanded its business degree offerings to include a program in professional license studies for students who already hold an active professional license through the state of Maryland.
Students will receive 12 college credits for having a professional license that required at least 600 hours of training. The licenses recognized for this degree program include barber, cosmetologist, hairstylist, esthetician, HVAC, electrician, plumber/gas fitter, real estate appraiser and stationary engineer.
“Courses in the program focus on business, finance, financial accounting, customer relationship management, income tax, computer and network security, organizational communications and business law,” said Paul Silberquit, dean of occupational and emerging technologies. “The information gained from this program will prepare graduates for advancement within their career fields or assist with running their own businesses.”
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 410-572-8719.