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WFD-Workforce Development

WFD199 - Special Topics in Workforce Development

These courses provide opportunities for students who have enrolled in or have completed structured certificates, apprenticeships or in-house workforce training programs, as well as life experiences, to document and demonstrate their competencies in order to obtain academic credit for degree-seeking purposes. These classes will plug directly into flexible options of the Associate of Science degree in Workforce Development, as well as the Bachelor of Science degrees in General Studies: Science and Technology and Industrial Technology. (Variable (1 to 18 crs); repeatable up to 18 credits).

WFD299 - Special Topics in Workforce Development

These courses provide opportunities for students who have enrolled in or have completed structured certificates, apprenticeships or in-house workforce training programs, as well as life experiences, to document and demonstrate their competencies in order to obtain academic credit for degree-seeking purposes. These classes will plug directly into flexible options of the Associate of Science degree in Workforce Development, as well as the Bachelor of Science degrees in General Studies: Science and Technology and Industrial Technology. (Variable (1 to 18 crs); repeatable up to 18 credits.)

WFD399 - Special Topics in Workforce Development

These courses provide opportunities for students who have enrolled in or have completed structured certificates, apprenticeships or in-house workforce training programs, as well as life experiences, to document and demonstrate their competencies in order to obtain academic credit for degree-seeking purposes. These classes will plug directly into flexible options of the Associate of Science Degree in Workforce Development, as well as the Bachelor of Science degrees in General Studies: Science and Technology and Industrial Technology. (Variable (1 to 18 crs); repeatable up to 18 credits.)

WFD499 - Special Topics in Workforce Development

These courses provide opportunities for students who have enrolled in or have completed structured certificates, apprenticeships or in-house workforce training programs, as well as life experiences, to document and demonstrate their competencies in order to obtain academic credit for degree-seeking purposes. These classes will plug directly into flexible options of the Associate of Science degree in Workforce Development, as well as the Bachelor of Science degrees in General Studies: Science and Technology and Industrial Technology. (Variable (1 to 18 crs); repeatable up to 18 credits.)