“The Job Outlook for the College Class of 2013” report from the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) states, “New grads with business, engineering and computer science degrees are the most sought after at the bachelor’s and master’s degree levels.”
Starting at a community college and then transferring to a four-year college or university is a common strategy for students interested in earning a bachelor’s degree. From teens to adult learners and career changers, more students are considering the transfer route for its many advantages.
If you are looking for a technology education that prepares you for a wide range of careers in the field, explore the possibilities of Mechatronics at WCCC.
The performance of Westmoreland County Community College’s 2013 associate degree nursing graduates on the national licensure examination exceeded the national and state averages.
Samantha Lantz of Greensburg came to WCCC as an undecided major after graduating from high school. With the guidance and support of her WCCC faculty and advisors, Lantz earned an associate of fine arts degree and successfully transferred to Seton Hill University where she’s now pursuing a bachelor’s degree in studio arts.
Westmoreland County Community College is conducting registration for spring credit classes which are scheduled to begin Thursday, January 9.
For most people, a trip to the dentist doesn’t make them smile; however, well-trained dental hygienists and assistants can help make the visit much more pleasant.
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