Programs of Study
Wallace Community College is authorized to award associate in arts, associate in science, and associate in applied science degrees as well as certificates in career, technical, and occupational programs. These degrees and certificates are obtained by students successfully completing a series of courses called a program of study. The primary objective of Wallace Community College is to meet the needs of students. These needs most often are met by degrees and certificates offered by the College. Programs of study at WCC are divided into three distinct areas: Academics
, Health Sciences
and Career Technical
. We invite you to look through our offerings to find your best fit.
Gainful Employment (GE) Program Disclosures
A gainful employment (GE) program is defined by the U.S. Department of Education as any program identified by a Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) code as established by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB); or one identified by an Occupational Network O*Net-SOC code as established by the U. S. Department of Labor; or one determined as such by the Secretary of Education in consultation with the Secretary of Labor.
For WCC, GE programs are programs that train students for specific employment in recognized career fields. All Career Technical and Health Science programs at WCC are GE programs. Disclosure information regarding GE programs may be found on individual program web sites listed under the Career Technical
and Health Sciences
program links on this page.