Programs of Study at WVC
Wenatchee Valley College offers the following programs of study:
Central Washington University and Washington State 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 the Central Washington University Wenatchee Center, located on the WVC Wenatchee campus.
Western Governor's University (WGU) accepts the WVC Associate of Arts and Sciences degree and the Associate of Business-Direct Transfer Degree.