General Studies

Start the first two years of your bachelor's degree in a small setting while saving thousands of dollars on your education.

Almost any college degree requires courses in math, science, English and electives such as history and psychology. Would you rather take those courses in a small setting where you can get one-on-one attention or take them in classrooms of several hundred students as is common at four-year colleges and universities? 

Wor-Wic's general studies transfer degree program lets you complete the required general education courses for your bachelor's degree in a small, caring setting. And while you're at it, you save thousands of dollars on the same courses you would take at a four-year institution. You can complete your degree and transfer to the college of your choice! 

Wor-Wic's general studies transfer degree program can also be completed online.

Degree Program

  • General Studies Transfer A.A. Includes important prerequisites required for a bachelor's degree, with an opportunity to explore an occupational area through electives.
  • Communication Studies A.A. Focuses on communcation-related electives, such as mass communication and digital media.

I wanted more for myself and for my family. Wor-Wic’s faculty and staff inspired, encouraged and challenged me. My degree helped me get promoted from a secretarial to an administrative position. The confidence I gained at Wor-Wic motivated me to succeed in my professional career. Wor-Wic was the stepping stone to achieving the job of my dreams.

Maria Curtis, Salisbury
2010 General Studies Graduate and
Title I Program Coordinator for Wicomico County Public Schools

Check Before You Transfer

If you know what college or university you plan to attend to complete your bachelor's degree, check with them before you start your classes at Wor-Wic. Make sure the classes you are taking here will transfer.

If you need a place to get started, check out our transfer page to explore more information.

Learn More About Transfer Resources

Contact Us Admissions 410-334-2895
Dr. Elizabeth C. Jones Department Head 410-334-2854
Program Advisory Committee General Studies