The supply chain management option of the business AAS degree program is designed for students who are interested in participating in the operation of a business supply chain.
The Westmoreland County Community College board of trustees moved forward with plans for the college’s Latrobe center and Advanced Technology Center by awarding construction contracts for both projects Wednesday, June 26.
Westmoreland County Community College held a groundbreaking ceremony Friday, June 28 to mark the beginning of the construction of its Latrobe Center.
At the Westmoreland County Community College board of trustees meeting Wednesday, June 26, College President Daniel J. Obara announced that he will retire when his contract expires next June.
The marketing management option provides an introduction to business and the basic principles of management with emphasis on marketing.
For many prospective college students, financing a college education can seem like an impossible task. We understand that for many of our students, even an affordable WCCC education may seem out of reach.
Looking to go above and beyond a normal college education?
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