CULLOWHEE Western Carolina University and Western Piedmont Community College will offer courses leading toward the bachelor's degree in engineering technology this fall.

An information session will be held Wednesday, May 19, in Room 137 of the Carr Building on the WPCC campus in Morganton at 6 p.m. Pre-registration is not required.

The program enables persons who are employed in manufacturing and related careers to pursue the bachelor's degree through part-time evening study. The degree's focus is industrial and manufacturing operations. All classes are offered through classroom or Web-enhanced study.

Applicants must have completed a two-year associate's degree in a technical area. The typical student enrolled in the program will complete the bachelor's degree in four years of part-time study.

For more information, contact Western's Division of Distance and Continuing Education at (800) 928-4968.

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