FAQs

The Electrical and Instrumentation program is specialized to the level that a completely online option is not currently available. The concepts and methods learned in this program are a hands-on experience that cannot be duplicated online.

You can gain very valuable work experience during your coursework, should you be selected through their interview process.  There are a few local industry partners who look for E&I students to intern for them or work as a CO-OP student program prior to their obtaining their degree or certificate.

Graduate from Western Wyoming Community College are eligible to transfer to many 4-year institutions.  Western has specific transfer agreements with many regional universities.

 It just may be. Many employers in the field of Electrical and Instrumentation are more inclined to look at a graduate of Western Wyoming Community College’s E&I program, specifically because their requirements and input has helped to shape the program here.

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