Transferable General Education Courses
WATC offers transferable general education courses that are guaranteed by the Kansas Board of Regents to transfer to public colleges and universities in Kansas. General Education courses are available for students who would like to begin their college education with a more personal and affordable option to private schools and state universities.
WATC is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (ncahlc.org) and governed by the Kansas Board of Regents. Credits earned at WATC can easily transfer to other two- and four- year colleges like Butler Community College, Wichita State University, Friends University and many others. For a list of courses that are guaranteed to transfer, view the Kansas Seamless Transfer Guide.
We keep our class sizes small and our tuition low. General Education courses like Public Speaking, Biology, Algebra and more are just $92/credit hour at WATC.
BECOME A STUDENT
- APPLY FOR ADMISSION
- TAKE PLACEMENT TESTS
- EXPLORE PAYING FOR COLLEGE OPTIONS
- ENROLL – Visit an Academic Coach
|ESSENTIAL BASIC SKILLS||SOCIAL SCIENCE|
QUESTIONS ABOUT TRANSFERRING?
WATC is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (ncahlc.org) and governed by the Kansas Board of Regents.
Academic Coaches are available to help guide students through the transfer process and develop an academic plan. It is ultimately the student’s responsibility to confirm transferability and course equivalency with the receiving institution.
|The following courses are offered by WATC and are guaranteed to transfer to public colleges and universities in Kansas.|
Anatomy & Physiology
|English Composition I
English Composition II
General Physics I
General Physics II
Intro to Literature
|Physical Science and Lab
Principles of Biology
Principles of Sociology
US History to 1877
US History Since 1865
World History I
|Availability may vary. Registration, lab and online fees may apply. Textbooks and other materials not included in cost of tuition. Please inquire for details.|
|To get started, new students may contact:Dalisa Portley
|Current students may contact:Crystal Thomsen