Courtesy Steve Yingling, Western Nevada College
School isn’t out for the summer at Western Nevada College. There are many opportunities for individuals to catch up on the pursuit of degrees, take classes of special interest, and change or upgrade career paths during WNC’s Summer Session.
Western’s Summer Session begins on Monday, June 13 and will continue through Aug. 6, so don’t miss on a number of possibilities during these 8 weeks of learning.
WNC is tendering a number of introductory courses in a variety of subjects, including business, criminal justice, economics, creative writing, philosophy, statistics and social work.
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Western is also offering Ancient and Medieval Culture, Personal Finance, Survey of U.S. Constitution History, Fundamentals of College Mathematics, College Algebra, Precalculus, Calculus, Entrepreneurship, Human Nutrition, General Psychology and Principles of Sociology courses, and more.
There also is an option for a late-start class this summer: General Biology for Non-Majors is offered from July 6 through Aug. 2.
While many of the classes listed are available online, Air Conditioning: Electrical and Controls for HVAC, Welding Projects and Intro to General Mechanics are offered in person on the Fallon campus starting next week.
Go to wnc.edu/class-schedule/ to learn more about these classes. Students can register for these courses through their personal WNC accounts, while new students can apply for admission at wnc.edu/starthere/.
For more information about becoming a student at WNC, phone 775-445-3277.
To receive guidance in planning your degree and certification pathways, contact Counseling Services at 775-445-3267.