Dual Enrollment Academy
WCTC’s Dual Enrollment Academy is designed to provide high school seniors with a head start in jobs in high-demand fields:
- Automation Systems
- Building Construction Trades- Electrical Apprenticeship
- Building Construction Trades
- Hospitality Specialist
- IT Systems Specialist
- Criminal Justice Studies
- Early Childhood Education
- Tool and Die/CNC
- Nursing two-year program just added!
Students earn college credits – prior to high school graduation. The initiative awards participants with a WCTC diploma (upon successful completion) along with high school credits. Students spend the majority of their school day, both fall and spring semesters of their senior year, at WCTC participating in the DEA. Beyond gaining college credit, participation in the DEA helps high school students ease the transition from high school to post-secondary education, giving them insight into college academics. The initiative also benefits business and industry by having an immediate impact on private-sector employers looking for skilled talent. For more information, visit WCTC’s DEA Website.
Students must apply to WCTC to be enrolled.
This program is designed for students who are ready for college-level instruction with a particular interest in a career field.
Student participants receive college-level training to begin careers in high-demand fields.
- Culinary & Baking
- Information Technology
- Practical Nursing
- Pre-Nursing/General Studies
- Protective Services
Throughout their senior year, DEA students earn high school and college credits while spending the majority of their school day at MATC.
High school seniors earn college credits and high school credits and participants will earn an industry-recognized credential upon program completion
Credits earned through DEA can be applied to MATC programs in the future, which shortens the time and reduces the cost to complete a technical diploma or associate degree
For MATC Dual Enrollment Academy eligibility criteria, please click here.