The Associate Degree Programs in arts, science, and engineering prepare students to transfer to a four-year university for a baccalaureate degree (B.A. or B.S.). Graduates of these two-year programs complete the academic requirements and develop the skills in analysis, interpretation, and communication necessary for transfer to a four-year institution.
The College Transfer Advising Center offers students pursing the Associate in Arts, Associate in Science, Associate in Engineering, and Associate in General Education degrees a central location to seek academic advising. The College Transfer Advising Center, along with its staff, is located on the first floor of the WLC building. You can also call the Director of the College Transfer Advising Center at (919) 739-6755 for more information.
Completion of a minimum of 60-61 semester hours credit.
2.0 grade-point average in program.
Transfer requirements vary among four-year colleges and universities; students should discuss their transfer plans with their academic advisor prior to scheduling classes. Students can also access a multitude of university and college websites to obtain relevant transfer information from the institution they plan to attend. These links can be found under the Quick Links section of the College Transfer page. Using this information, counselors and academic advisors at WCC work with students in planning their course of study.
Students can also access WCC’s General Catalog/Handbook through the Quick Links section. Students will find individual course descriptions and when each course is offered.
Tuition for students taking fewer than 16 semester hours is $76.00 per semester hour for in-state students and $268.00 per semester hour for out-of-state students. Students enrolled for six or more semester hours credit will be charged a $30 student activity fee and a $16 technology fee; those enrolled for less than six semester hours will be charged a $15 student activity fee and an $8 technology fee. No student activity will be charged during the Summer Term.