Wake Tech has articulation agreements with four-year colleges and universities that give students options for transferring AAS degree credits toward a bachelor’s degree. [Details...]
Work-Based Learning at Wake Tech provides an excellent opportunity for students to build their resume, apply classroom instruction in the workplace and develop employability and technical skills through real-life work experiences.
Wake Tech clubs and organizations can enrich the college experience for students in Business Administration:
Wake Tech students may be eligible for a variety of scholarships, as listed on the Foundation homepage.
Students should submit only ONE application per cycle to be considered for scholarships opportunities.
Students enrolled in the Entrepreneurship Certificate program (C25120C) may be eligible for the Wells Fargo Scholarship for Entrepreneurship, which was established in 2010 to support entrepreneurship and small business development.