Waukesha County Technical College

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Waukesha County Technical College

Waukesha County Technical Colleges long-standing commitment to educating students to be productive members of business and industry hasnt changed; it keeps getting stronger. WCTCs four schools - the School of Business, School of Health, School of Protective and Human Services and School of Applied Technologies - offer programs that are as diverse as the students we serve. Whether an associate degree, technical diploma or short-term certificate, all programs offer students comprehensive training that provides them with skills that can be immediately applied to the workforce. Waukesha County Technical College provides accessible career and technical education to strengthen our community through life-long learning. Waukesha County Technical College is the leader in workforce development, preparing learners for success within the regional and global economy.   Waukesha County Technical College engage in internal and external partnerships that advance the College mission to build strong communities. Deliver continuous improvement solutions through cross-functional teams and collaboration Align and create innovative workforce solutions to meet community needs through collaborative partnerships   WCTC’s four Schools – the School of Applied Technologies, School of Business, School of Health and School of Protective & Human Services – offer a diverse collection of program offerings. An Associate of Applied Science degree combines technical skills classes with general education classes. Full-time students can typically complete a 66- to 70-credit program within two years. Many transfer agreements exist with four-year colleges and universities, often allowing students to begin their baccalaureate studies at junior-level standing. Technical diploma programs focus on hands-on learning of occupational skills. They can take as little as one semester (2–16 credits), one year (17–36 credits) or two years (61–70 credits) to complete.