It is up to you to shape your future.
To enrich it, enhance it and bring it closer to the vision you have of who you want to be. But as an adult, that path is likely fraught with the simple reality of everyday life. Deadlines, dinner plans, a child’s doctor visit or school play.
So we’ve created our School for Professional Studies (SPS) as a program that uniquely fits into that reality. It’s adult learning that’s flexible, wide-ranging and affordable.
But it’s shaped to your life in another distinct respect, too–it’s profoundly rewarding. Because you’ll be amongst experts and peers while you create a path to the professional future you deserve.
- Hybrid online/classroom Adult Education degree options
- $350 per credit hour
- Multiple disciplines
- Accelerated program tracks
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Upcoming Webinars of Interest
Professional Licensure Notifications Now Required!
Join WCET/SAN and NC-SARA’s Jeannie Yockey-Fine for a webinar regarding Professional Licensure Notifications. The registration link is at https://wcet.wiche.edu/events/webcasts/professional-licensure-notifications-required
Proposed SARA Policy Changes for the October 2020 Board Meeting
Please join us on Tuesday, September 1st for an in-depth discussion of the proposed SARA Policy changes that will go before the NC-SARA Board for consideration at its board meeting in late October 2020. These proposed changes include modifications and clarifications of the SARA Manual. The registration link is at https://nc-sara.org/news-events/nc-sara-webinar-proposed-sara-policy-changes-october-2020-board-meeting
Adult & School of Professional Studies At-a-Glance
What's the recipe for WPU student success? A skills-enhancing core curriculum, individual attention from dedicated faculty and lots of hands-on experience in your major.
Programs of Study
Accelerated programs are focused on relevant skills and outcomes to help you meet your career goals quickly.
WPU Backs myFutureNC: Education for Millions in NC
WPU proudly supports myFutureNC and its ambitious goal for two million North Carolinians between the ages of 25-44 to earn a postsecondary credential or degree by the year 2030.
The myFutureNC commission’s call-to-action comes from a report that fewer than half of North Carolinians between the ages of 25-44 hold high-quality credential or postsecondary degree, which is starkly contrasted with the fact that within the next year almost 70% of North Carolina jobs will require a postsecondary degree or credential.
WPU is ready to rise to the challenge, and to help educate as many North Carolinians as possible.
Learn on Your Terms
We understand; busy adults require flexible scheduling. How about evening or Saturday classes on campus? Or online classes – or a combination? Is online education right for you?