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Washington State offers two online associate degree programs and one certificate program. In our online classrooms, you'll have all the support you need to succeed, including dedicated academic advisors and experienced instructors who bring relevant and engaging insight to ensure you get the most value from your education.
Our Online Programs
The desirability of a business degree lies in its versatility. As a graduate from the program, you can expect to find employment in Accounting, Human Resources, Marketing, Finance, and Advertising. Forecasts, such as those found on OhioMeansJobs.com, indicate there are strong opportunities for gainful employment opportunities in the Mid-Ohio Valley region for these types of positions, both now and in the future.
Our 32-credit hour program consists of courses covering basic mechanical systems, fundamental safety, health and environmental issues, basic math and science, workplace communications, and the computer and Internet skills necessary for online learning.
In addition to having a broad understanding of chemical processes, the chemical operator of today must possess advanced knowledge of mechanical and electrical processes, and have a solid background in math, science, and computer skills.
Health Information Management Technology (HIMT) is a five-semester, fully online program* with credentials built into the curriculum that you'll earn along the way. This valuable credential will equip you with the knowledge and skills necessary to gain employment while you continue your education and makes you eligible to sit for various external medical coding and/or medical billing certification exams.
The Medical Billing and Coding Certificate program at WSCC is just three-semesters and fully online. With credentials built into the curriculum, you will be equipped you with the knowledge and skills necessary to gain employment. The curriculum is designed for a seamless transition to those who want to build on their knowledge and earn an associate degree in Health Information Management Technology.
Our Process Technician program is designed with the needs of area manufacturing plants in mind. As a result, our graduates are in high demand. Your virtual classroom experience will include working with the machines and computerized machining equipment that you'll find in area manufacturing plants. You'll also learn how to read and interpret engineering drawings and apply that information in a simple and logical manner.