Wallace State was one of 30 community colleges in the U.S. selected by the American Association of Community Colleges to participate in the Pathways Project, funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. The Pathways Project involves a rethinking and redesign of the student experience from enrollment through completion. Through Pathways, students will have less pressure at the outset to choose a major; rather, they will identify the pathway – Liberal Arts/General Studies, Applied Technologies, STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math), or Health Science – which best aligns with their strengths and interests. Pathways is designed to streamline the path to completion, improve success, and reduce wasted time spent changing majors. Students are encouraged to contact advisors to learn more.
LIBERAL ARTS/GENERAL STUDIES PROGRAMS
Art/Graphic Art & Design
Business Education & Office Administration
Business Management & Supervision
General Studies/Liberal Arts
APPLIED TECHNOLOGIES PROGRAMS
Advanced Automotive Technology
HVAC & Refrigeration
Machine Tool Technology
Mechatronics, Electronics & Robotics
Salon and Spa Management
HEALTH SCIENCE PROGRAMS
Diagnostic Medical Sonography
Emergency Medical Services
Health Information Technology
Medical Laboratory Technician
Occupational Therapy Assistant
Physical Therapist Assistant
Polysomnography Technologist (Sleep Study)
Poultry Science (2+2)
All Academic, Health, and Technical programs except the flight labs are taught at the main campus. Flight courses are taught at Cullman Airport. Some academic, machining, mechatronics, nursing, and welding courses are taught at Wallace State's Oneonta site.
For more information about our graduation rates, the median debt of students who completed a program, and other important information, please visit our website at http://www.wallacestate.edu and click on the desired program.