Class Schedules

PLEASE NOTE

Classes may be revised, cancelled, and/or added to the schedule.  Prior to completing your registration, please check the class schedule for an up-to-date listing of available courses.

Continuing Education &
Workforce Development

For schedules of these non-credit classes, please visit the Continuing Education website.

Class Schedule General Information

Here is the schedule of curriculum classes being offered at Western Piedmont Community College. Select a schedule by choosing one under the semester in which you are interested. Below the three schedule sections is an explanation of the various sections and pre- and co-requisite requirements.

 

Need help? Call Student Services at (828) 448-6046. We look forward to seeing you in class!!

Spring 2023

Registration begins October 31, 2022 

For information about registration at WPCC, consult our Spring Semester Guide, which includes a calendar with deadlines and important dates along with information on tuition and fees, the Online Payment Plan, financial aid, schedule adjustments, refunds, buying books, and details about Internet, Hybrid, and Blended courses.

 

Summer 2022

For information about registration at WPCC, consult our Summer Semester Guide, which includes a calendar with deadlines and important dates along with information on tuition and fees, the Online Payment Plan, financial aid, schedule adjustments, refunds, buying books, and details about Internet, Hybrid, and Blended courses.

 

Fall 2022

For information about registration at WPCC, consult our Fall Semester Guide, which includes a calendar with deadlines and important dates along with information on tuition and fees, the Online Payment Plan, financial aid, schedule adjustments, refunds, buying books, and details about Internet, Hybrid, and Blended courses.

 

Enrollment & Section Number Explanation

COLOR CODING for CLASS SCHEDULES:
RED = Closed Classes (no seats available)
BLUE = Low Availability (number of seats are listed in blue)

Western Piedmont Community College organizes classes in sections based on the method of instruction used to teach them and the times they meet. Here is a breakdown of what the section numbers in the class schedules mean:

  • 01-19 – Traditional Courses
    Seated class setting using face-to-face instruction.
  • 21-29 – Blended Courses
    51% or more of instruction is delivered face-to-face in a class setting with additional instruction delivered through online activities and assignments.
  • 31-39 – Hybrid Courses
    51% or more of instruction is online with additional instruction delivered face-to-face in seated class setting.*
  • 41-49 – Internet Courses
    100% of instruction is online.*
  • 41OPT-49OPT – Internet Courses with Optional Meetings
    100% of instruction is online with optional on-campus meetings available.*
  • 51-59 – Internet Courses with Mandatory Meetings
    100% of instruction is online with mandatory scheduled online meetings.*
  • A – “A” Term Courses
    Class meets during the first 8 weeks of the semester.
  • B – “B” Term Courses
    Class meets during the second 8 weeks of the semester.
  • E – Evening Courses
    Class meets at 3:00 p.m. or later.
  • L – Late Start Classes
    Class start and/or end dates vary based on the needs of Burke County Public Schools.
  • H – High School/CCP Classes
    Class reserved for Burke County Public Schools high school students.
  • X – Irregular
    Class has irregular meeting dates.

 

*All Internet and Hybrid courses require mandatory activities that must be completed before a deadline given for each class or else you will be dropped from the class.

Special Notes About Course Sections

If you register for a hybrid course, you run the risk of being dropped from the course if the mandatory on-campus meetings conflict with other courses on the schedule

Some traditional daytime and evening courses may require supplemental work to be completed online.
Refer to your registration statement or look up the class in the course schedule above for the locations where classes meet.

Pre-Requisite/Co-Requisite Courses

Some courses are listed with certain courses that you have to take before you can enroll in them (pre-requisites) or courses that you are required to take at the same time (co-requisites). The WPCC Catalog contains course descriptions that list prerequisites and corequisites for courses. If you enroll in a course with a prerequisite that you have not met or a cosrequisite that you have not also enrolled in, that course will be deleted from your schedule.

Technology Needs or Access Issues?

If you have technology issues or concerns (such as equipment, internet service, Moodle access, etc.) please share your needs on the form below so that we may attempt to offer assistance.

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