The Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences Division offers two degrees - Associate in Arts (AA) and Associate in Fine Arts: Visual Arts (AFA). These two degrees provide a solid general education foundation for students pursuing Bachelor's degrees in a wide variety of disciplines, including Anthropology, Art, Business, Communication, Drama, Education, English, Fine Arts, French, History, Humanities, Music, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Religion, Sociology, Spanish, and professional programs requiring a liberal arts background.
|University Transfer Resources||Enrollment Policies - Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences Division|
The faculty in the AHSS Division, with Masters and Doctorate Degrees from prominent universities, have expertise in many academic fields. They utilize this expertise with the fundamental purpose of helping students to reach and achieve their university transfer goals. The AHSS Division, like Wake Tech Community College overall, takes pride in its faculty's innovative and passionate promotion of student success.
We are committed to scheduling our courses in various modes of delivery to meet students' degree, diploma, career, and other needs. Our courses are taught in online format, hybrid format, and in a traditional seated/in-classroom format. With hybrid courses, greater than 50% and less than 100% of the course is taught in an online/distance format while the remainder of the course is taught on campus in a classroom environment. In the Spring 2021 semester, we have scheduled our courses in online and/or hybrid modes of delivery. Our faculty are very proficient in online teaching, with over 90% of our division faculty having already earned EPIC certification, which is Wake Tech's online course certification program for college faculty.
- Associate in Arts (AA) degree University Transfer students: You will work with an Academic Advisor in our Academic Advising Centers throughout your enrollment at Wake Tech.
- Associate in Fine Arts (AFA Visual Arts) degree students: You will meet with an Academic Advisor during your first semester. You will then be assigned a Faculty Advisor, an instructor in your program of study, who will advise you for the remainder of your program.
Wake Technical Community College academic programs (credit and non-credit) that are designed to lead to professional licenses are either tied to the State of North Carolina or national certifications.
If you intend to pursue professional licenses outside the State of North Carolina once you have completed your academic program at Wake Technical Community College, please refer to the Professional Licensure Section on the college's distance education authorization page for additional information.