The Division of Health Professions offers certificates and degrees in the fields of Nursing, Dental Assisting, Respiratory and Physical Therapy, Fire Science, Paramedics, and Health Information Management.
From Banking and Transportation Logistics to Computer Programming and App Development, the Division of Business and Computer Information Systems offers a wide variety of degrees and certificates to prepare you for the workforce or further education at a university.
The Division of Communication and Arts houses the Associate of Arts degree and includes degrees and certificates in Graphic Design as well as providing personal enrichment and language courses. On-campus groups involved in theatre, dance, publications, and music are also housed here.
Culinary has three main areas of emphasis: Culinary Arts; Baking and Pastry Arts; and Hospitality Management.
Degrees from the Division of Science and Mathematics include Associate of Science as well as concentrations in Environmental and Regulatory Sciences.
Classes such as History, Philosophy, and Political Science are some of the offerings geared toward degrees in Education, Paralegal Studies, and Criminal Justice.
NWACC is taking the lead in offering online courses, hybrid courses, and full degree programs that are online. If you're looking for the convenience of completing a degree without having to travel, NWACC's online degree programs provide an affordable alternative to on-campus classes.
Adult Education provides services such as GED preparation, English as a Second Language, College Preparation, and Job Readiness Training.
The NWACC Honors Program offers a curriculum of small, challenging classes led by instructors who are engaging and committed to transforming your ideas of undergraduate education. Many classes offer seminar-style discussions, learning through experience and service, and opportunities for rethinking traditional approaches to coursework.
English for Bilingual Students (ENGB) is a bridge program that supports the growing number of international and immigrant students in northwest Arkansas for whom English is not a first or familial language.