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Wesleyan and Wake Tech Establish New Partnership


Wesleyan and Wake Tech Establish New Partnership
Shaking hands are NCWC President James A. Gray, III and Wake Tech President Dr. Stephen Scott. Also present are NCWC VP of Adult Education Dr. Evan D. Duff and Wake Tech VP of Curriculum Bryan Ryan.

Rocky Mount, N.C. – North Carolina Wesleyan College and Wake Technical Community College have collaborated to provide unparalleled service to those joining the criminal justice field.  The two institutions have established a unique partnership that allows criminal justice technology and latent evidence technology A.A.S. graduates to complete an accelerated bachelor’s degree via Wesleyan’s ASPIRE program in as little as 16 months.  


“It is an honor and privilege to partner with Wake Tech in this capacity,” said Dr. Evan D. Duff, Vice President for Adult Education at NCWC.  “This partnership will help so many criminal justice personnel who need to further their education for personal and professional reasons.” 

This accelerated bachelor’s degree in criminal justice allows students to seamlessly transfer 64 credit hours to Wesleyan upon completing their A.A.S. degree with Wake Tech. NCWC has further enhanced this opportunity by offering most of the coursework at Wake Tech’s state-of-the-art Public Safety Education Campus in Raleigh.  

Duff continued, “The accelerated aspect of the degree, as well as the effective transfer agreement, allows motivated students to complete an associate’s degree and bachelor’s degree in less than four years.”

For more information, please contact Wesleyan’s ASPIRE office at 1-877-876-NCWC.