Programs & Courses

We offer a variety of programs and courses that can help you enter into a rewarding career or prepare you for transfer to a four-year university.

Browse our credit programs and non-credit courses. Interested in a certain field of study, but not sure about the options? Choose a learning pathway below to see the choices available at Wor-Wic. If you want to search alphabetically for every credit program and non-credit course we offer, use our Program/Course Finder.

Credit Programs

Earn college credits toward a certificate or associate degree or to transfer to a four-year university.

Credit Offerings
Non-Credit Courses

Take non-credit continuing education courses to prepare for a new career, upgrade your existing skills or for personal enrichment.

Non-Credit Offerings

What's the Difference?

Don't know the difference between credit and non-credit? Don't worry. You're not alone. Find out what these terms mean and choose the type of education that's right for you.

Credit vs. Non-Credit Use our Program/Course Finder

Learning Pathways

 
Science, Technology, Engineering, Math

Explore areas such as biology, computer studies, web development and more.

 
Business & Hospitality

Explore areas such as business, hotel-motel-restaurant management, hospitality and culinary, office technology, and real estate.

 
Health Care

Explore areas such as dental assisting, emergency medical services, nursing,  occupational and physical therapy, and radiologic technology.

 
Public Safety

Explore areas such as corrections, forensic science and law enforcement.

 
Humanities & Social Sciences

Explore our general studies transfer program.

 
Education & Human Services

Explore areas such as chemical dependency counseling, early childhood education and secondary education.

 
Skilled Trades & Transportation

Explore areas such as bus driving, construction and manufacturing, HVACR, truck driving and welding.

90%
of Wor-Wic's career program graduates who are employed full time are working in jobs related to their academic program.
53%
of Wor-Wic's credit students are enrolled in programs designed to transfer to four-year colleges and universities.