An Educational Pathway gives you a list of courses that make a degree to match up with your academic and career goals. Students who have a plan for achieving an academic goal are more likely to achieve it. Our goal is to make the best of your time, effort, and resources.
WWCC offers courses in many academic and technical areas. Many courses transfer to other 2 and 4 year colleges. Short term (1 year or less) certificates are offered in many areas. Most AA/AS degrees transfer to most 4 year colleges.
WWCC offers courses in most academic areas. These courses meet requirements for associates’ degrees and will transfer to four-year institutions within guidelines established by those schools. The courses and degrees offered are designed to enable the student to make a successful transition to a four-year institution.
Walla Walla Community College International Programs prides itself on the great programs and services it offers to every one of our students. Our goal is to help you to achieve your dream, whether it is to transfer to a top university, better your English, or experience the American college life.
Whether you want to stay home in your pajamas, need to work during the day or are on the other side of the world, WWCC’s online learning program allows you to earn your degree via your own computer at a pace that works for you.
These programs are designed to prepare you for a career upon graduation. The AAAS degree or certificate is documentation that you have been prepared to enter the workforce in your chosen area of study.
The Department of Continuing Education provides programs that serve the community by offering a wide range of courses at reasonable cost; a place where anyone can learn and grow in a relaxed and fun environment – no tests, no grades, and no credits.
Students attend college-level courses while enrolled in high school. Students become eligible for transcribed college credit based on Walla Walla Community College program criteria. These dual credit courses become a part of a student’s pathway shortening the amount of time it takes to progress through the college postsecondary system. To ensure student success, refer to the Dual Credit Comparison Chart.