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WCC has a competitive admission process for all programs that have been designated as high demand (one for which there are more qualified applicants than openings for an entering class). Applicants are required to meet all prerequisite/admission criteria and will be ranked based on a point system with the best qualified applicants being selected for admission. Check out the Point Scales for All Programs for detailed information regarding WCC's competitive admission process and how points are awarded.

Point Scales for All Programs

Program application packets are only available during the application window indicated in the chart below. However, when the application window is closed, an information packet will be available to help answer questions regarding the program and prepare students in applying to their program of interest. All second tier health program packets can be downloaded below.

Dates for All Second Tier Programs (2015-2016 Academic Year)

 


dental assisting


Dental Assisting
Learn the skills necessary to become a dental assistant from faculty who are experts in field.




nursing


Nursing
Receive thorough training towards becoming a registered nurse or a nursing assistant.

Be sure to check the TEAS Schedule of Test Dates.



pharmacy technology


Pharmacy Technology
Pharmacy Techs are in great demand. Acquire the skills you need for a great career in only two semesters.




radiography


Radiography
Earn a degree and receive specialty training for an entry level career in diagnostic radiography.




physical therapisst assistant


Physical Therapist Assistant
Physical Therapist Assistants work in a variety of settings. Employment opportunities are excellent.




 
Medical Assisting
Medical assistants are multi-skilled health professionals specifically educated to work in ambulatory settings performing administrative and clinical duties. Employment opportunities are continuously increasing.






 
 
Surgical Technology
Surgical Technologists contribute to global patient care by catering to the intraoperative needs of the surgeon and surgical patient. Employment opportunities are excellent.




For more information about the waitlist for entrance into this
program, read the Board of Trustees admissions policy.        


    Dean: Valerie Greaves
    Office: TI 234
    734-973-3474


  Counselor: Sue Travis
  Office: TI 122
  734-973-3358









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