New Ways to Soar Higher
Associate Degrees and Technical Diplomas
The Associate of Arts (AA) degree prepares for transfer to a 4-year college. General education courses focus on social sciences and humanities.
The Associate of Science (AS) degree prepares for transfer to a 4-year college. Gen ed classes focus primarily on math and science.
Prepare to qualify for experience-based technical and vocational ed pathway with the WI Dept. of Public Instruction.
As businesses collect more data, there's increased need to interpret, analyze, and present that data to key stakeholders. Learn to do so using best practices and relevant technologies.
This one-year program provides students with basic entry-level skills to work as a maintenance technician in a diesel heavy equipment or truck repair facility.
Prepare for a pivotal role in health care, performing echocardiograms to help doctors diagnose and treat heart problems as a cardiac sonographer.
Start your path to high-demand careers in advocacy, corrections, probation and parole, criminal justice, private investigation, and emergency dispatch.
Prepare for work with addiction issues in settings such as substance abuse counseling, corrections, employee and student assistance, and social services.
Short Term Credentials/Certificates
Start or advance your design career with skills in 3D printing and modeling by completing this 11-credit certificate.
Learn how to present the story of data through graphics. Utilize systematic methods and tools to understand the data.
Combine artistic abilities with technical knowledge to create designs used in print and electronic media.
Gain hands-on skills and knowledge with short 2-6 credit certificates covering PLCs, motors and drives, robotics & more.
These new programs will be coming soon to NWTC:
- Building Energy and Comfort Controls Pathway Certificate – coming in 2022-23
- Biomedical X-Ray Service Technician Advanced Technical Certificate – coming in 2022-23