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Course Schedule
AAS Degree
Adult Basic Education
Aerospace Electronics
Allied Health
Associate in Applied Science-Transfer (AAS-T) Degree 
Associate of Arts and Sciences-Direct Transfer Degree (AAS-DTA)
Associate in Elementary Education Transfer Degree
Associate of Science Transfer (AS-T) Degree
Automotive Technology
Basic Skills
Business Computer Technology
Business Transfer
Chemical Dependency Studies
Computer Education Center
Computer Technology
Continuing Education
Criminal Justice
    Associate of Technical
    Science Degree (ATS)
    Associate in Applied
Developmental Education
Digital Design 
Distance Learning
Drafting Technology
Early Childhood Education
Earth Sciences
Electronics - Industrial Technology 
English as a Second Language
Environmental Systems and Refrigeration Technology
Evening Degree
General Educational Development
Health and Safety
High School Completion
Industrial Technology: 
  Aerospace Electronics
  Machining Program
  Welding and Fabrication
Liberal Arts and Sciences
Machining Program
Medical Assistant
Medical Laboratory Technology
Natural Resources
Natural/Physical Sciences
Nursing Assistant
Outdoor Recreation Management
Retail Management Certificate
Radiologic Technology
Social Sciences
Transfer Degrees
Tribal Gaming Management
Welding & Fabrication - Industrial Technology 
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Programs of Study at WVC


Math instructor Angie Russell and student 

Wenatchee Valley College offers the following programs of study:


Central Washington University and Heritage University offer upper-division programs at their centers located on the Wenatchee campus.


Our evening program is structured so students may earn an associate of arts and sciences degree in three years by taking classes in the evening. Developmental English and math courses for under prepared students will be available in the evenings as well.

WVC also participates in the WashingtonOnline degree program where students may earn their associate of arts and sciences degree via the Internet. See WashingtonOnline or our Distance Learning pages for more information.

Baccalaureate and Graduate Courses

After finishing the AAS Transfer Degree at WVC, you have the opportunity to transfer to selected programs at:

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