Academic Divisions

Wake Tech delivers education through 10 core divisions that make up University Transfer programs (Associate in Arts, Associate in Science, Associate in Engineering and Associate in Fine Arts) and Career programs (Associate in Applied Science).

Biotechnology is the use of living systems and organisms to develop or make life-sustaining products.

Building, Engineering and Skilled Technologies provides hands-on instruction in engineering, design, skilled trades and construction, with an Associate in Engineering option for pursuing a four-year degree in engineering.

Business & Public Services Technologies education includes accounting, finance, insurance, management, marketing and other business-related disciplines and integrates training with essential workplace skills.

Health Sciences programs provide the knowledge and skills for careers in hospitals, labs, physician practices, nursing homes and other health care settings.

Information Technology education aligns with the needs of business and industry, with relevant and up-to-date degrees, diplomas and certificates that give students the skills and credentials in the highest demand.

Liberal Arts courses parallel those taught in the first two years at a four-year college or university in a range of disciplines, including history, foreign languages, psychology and fine arts.

Mathematics & Sciences programs provide a foundation for pursuing a four-year degree in math, science, computers or other disciplines requiring a strong math and science background.

Nursing is one of the most exciting and challenging professions in health care.

Public Safety Education and Training programs provide degrees and industry-recognized certifications leading to careers in fire, corrections, detention, Emergency Medical Science, forensics, law enforcement and telecommunications.

Transportation programs focus on complex systems that must be repaired and maintained by highly skilled technicians, with practical knowledge of electrical, hydraulic and mechanical theory.