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What Classes Do I Take?

Students planning to transfer to a four-year college or university are encouraged to consult the STARS guide for courses within a certain major. Students can complete the STARS Guide and follow the prompts to receive a transfer guide for their major.

Popular academic transfer courses include:

English 101 and English 102 (English composition) – Must have a qualifying ACT score of 18 or higher on the English subscore or Accuplacer score
History 101 and 102 (Western Civilization) or History 201 and 202 (United States History)
Psychology 200/210
Art Appreciation 100
Music Appreciation 100
Speech 106 or 107 (Oral Communication or Public Speaking)
Biology 103 and 104 (Fundamentals of Biology)
Chemistry 111 and 112 (Fundamentals of Chemistry)
Math 112 (Precalculus/Algebra), Math 113 (Precalculus/Trigonometry), Math 125 (Calculus I) – Must have a qualifying ACT score of 20 or higher on the math subscore or Accuplacer score 

Online Courses--if applicable (students that desire to take an online course must complete the required eLearning Training after being admitted to the college before the Dual Enrollment Office can register a student for the desired course. 

NOTE:  Students are responsible for sending ACT results to Wallace Community College for English and Math placement consideration.  If a student does not have an ACT score, the student may take the Accuplacer for placement consideration.  Information about the Accuplacer can be found on our website or by contacting testing services. 

Career-technical programs include:
Air Conditioning/Refrigeration Technology (Wallace Campus) – (Tier I)
Automotive Body Repair (Sparks Campus)
Automotive Technology (Wallace Campus)
Business Administration and Management, Associate’s degree (both campuses)
Cabinetmaking (Wallace Campus)
Carpentry (Wallace Campus)
Child Development (both campuses)
Computer and Information Sciences (both campuses)
Criminal Justice (both campuses)
Drafting and Design Technology (both campuses)
Electrical Technology, Associate’s degree (Wallace Campus) – (Tier I)
Industrial Systems/Industrial Maintenance Technology (Wallace Campus) – (Tier I)
Medical Assistant (Wallace Campus) – (Tier I) 
Welding (both campuses) – (Tier I)

Workforce Development Funds might be available for High-Demand/High-Wage career technical areas (strictly based on funding).  Current consideration if for TIER I courses ONLY – if funding permits.  These courses are denoted in the listing above. 
Allied Health programs

Associate Degree Nursing*
Emergency Medical Services*
Licensed Practical Nursing*
Physical Therapy Assistant*
Radiologic Technology*
Respiratory Therapist*

*Restrictions regarding program entrance requirements and courses exist within dual enrollment.