Western Piedmont Online

Western Piedmont Online provides you with the opportunity to earn certificates, diplomas or associate degrees while enrolled in nontraditional courses. A variety of programs is offered online, allowing you to maintain your work schedule and family life while pursuing your educational goals. Online courses may be accessed any time of the day or night and from any Internet connection for your convenience. Become connected to a network of faculty and students as you advance your career through Western Piedmont Online.

Online Degree Programs:

Associate in Applied Sciences – Business Administration
Associate in Applied Sciences – Information Technology
Associate in Applied Sciences – Paralegal Technology

Online Diploma Programs:

Business Administration – Diploma
Accounting and Finance – Diploma

Online Certification Programs:

Computerized Accounting Certificate
Criminal Justice Certificate
General Accounting Certificate
General Business Certificate
Microsoft Office Certificate
Computer Networking Certificate
Administrative Specialist Certificate

In addition, the following programs are available with at least 75% of their classes being offered online.  You cannot complete these programs without scheduling some courses at Western Piedmont. For more information, view the General Admissions Informationpage and/or contact Student Services.

Associate Degree Programs:

Associate in Arts (college transfer)
Associate in Science (college transfer)
Associate in Applied Sciences – Accounting and Finance
Associate in Applied Sciences — Criminal Justice Technology
Associate in Applied Sciences — Medical Office Administration
Associate in Applied Sciences — Office Administration

Diploma Programs:

Office Administration – Diploma

Certificate Programs:

Business Administration Supervision – Certificate
Criminal Justice – Certificate

The following classes are available online at Western Piedmont every semester.


College Transfer Success
Principles of Financial Accounting
Art Appreciation
Principles of Management
Introduction to Computers
Introduction to Communication
Public Speaking
Theatre Application
Writing and Inquiry
Writing/Research in the Disc

American Literature II
Quantitative Literacy
Statistical Methods I
Word Processing
Introduction to Ethics
General Psychology
Developmental Psychology
Abnormal Psychology
Introduction to Sociology
Spanish Lab I