Waycross College, in cooperation with several University System institutions, offers students, with specific majors, an opportunity to complete a bachelor’s degree on the Waycross College campus. Students will complete their Associate degree with Waycross College, apply to the senior institution and take their program on the WC campus.
Georgia Southwestern State University is offering the Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Accounting or Management for students majoring in Business Administration at Waycross College.
BBA Degree in Accounting: The accounting program is designed to prepare students for the numerous types of positions available in the accounting such as public accounting, tax accounting, industry, and government. The program focuses on accounting skills from a base of general and business areas. Leadership, communication, technical, and interpersonal skills will be integrated throughout the accounting and business curriculum.
BBA Degree in Management: The BBA degree in Management is designed to give students objective knowledge and skills development in the major functional areas of management: planning organizing, leading and controlling. The Management concentration allows the graduate flexibility in career opportunities, and is an excellent choice for the individual who may want to start his or her own business. The management major will build on a general core and business disciplines of accounting, finance, marketing, information systems, and policy. Communication, computer skills, and international business concepts will be integrated throughout the management curriculum.
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For more information about Georgia Southwestern's Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Accounting or Management contact Mrs. Cori Crews: Office – Room 166, Administration “A” bulding; Email: email@example.com; Phone: 912-449-7565.
Albany State University is offering a Bachelor of Social Work degree at Waycross College. Our offices are located in the Educational Building (Building C) in rooms 104 and 105. The mission of the Social Work program is to prepare students from a generalist practice perspective to become knowledgeable and competent in the practice areas related to diverse populations who are oppressed, marginalized, and under served in rural Southeast Georgia. This mission is in keeping the Social Work profession's commitment to promote social justice, economic stability, and the enhancement of the quality of life for individuals, families, small groups, organizations, and communities.
Potential social work majors may apply for formal admission to the program during the final semester of their A.A. program. These students should have completed all general education courses required for their A.A. degree. To be considered for admission, all students must submit the following: ASU application for Admission; transcript; three letters of recommendation; and proof of passing the Regents Exam. Applicants must have a minimum GPA of 2.50.
What can you do with a Bachelor of Social Work degree? Social Worker for the Department of Family and Children Services, Assistant Director of Social Services, Drug and Alcohol Abuse Counselor, Social and Casework Supervisor, Domestic Abuse Officer, Medical Social Worker, School Social Worker, Social Service Worker, Sexual Abuse Worker, Mental Health Worker, Child Care Counselor, Foster Care Worker, Probation Officer, and the list goes on.
For more information about Albany State University's Bachelor of Social Work program, including a full list of job options, please stop by our office in the "C" building or contact Dr. Morris by phone at 912-287-6771 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also phone Mrs. Wingfield at (912) 287-6770 or toll free (866) 725-0004.
Albany State University is offering the Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice for students majoring in Criminal Justice at Waycross College. Students with an Associate Degree in Criminal Justice from a COC (Commission on Colleges) accredited institution are eligible to apply to the program and attend classes on the Waycross College campus.
The Cooperative program enables students to attain the Associate's and Bachelor's Degrees in criminal justice while remaining on the Waycross College campus. Waycross College provides the Associate Degree in Criminal Justice and Albany State provides the Bachelor's Degree program in Criminal Justice. To complete a Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice, in cooperation with Albany State University, students must complete admissions requirements for ASU and submit an application to the Admissions Office of ASU. This program provides a convenient option for working students with families and training for those employed in local law enforcement.
A variety of careers in law enforcement and related fields are available to students who complete a Criminal Justice program, both Associate and Bachelor degree levels. The degree programs prepare students for professional employment in the criminal justice system and/or for graduate studies in criminal law. Challenging positions include Investigators, Customs Officers, Forensic Scientists, GBI/FBI Special Agents, Air Marshals, Department of Natural Resources Officers, State Troopers, US Capitol Police, Department of Homeland Security, US Department of Justice, Police Officers, School Resource Officers, Deputy Sheriffs, DTF Agents, Probation Officers, Parole Officers, Corrections Officers and many others.
For more information about Albany State's Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice contact Ms. Joyce Archie-Williams, Educational Building or call 912-284-2545.
Students interested in a nursing career have the opportunity to receive the Associate Degree in Nursing (RN) from South Georgia College in cooperation with Waycross College. Students will complete the core courses for the program as Waycross College students and will apply to South Georgia College and SGC Nursing Division to take the nursing courses on the WC campus. For more information about South Georgia's Associate degree in Nursing contact Dr. Molly Smith, room 139, Administrative building or call 912-449-7578.