Online Learning

At West Georgia Technical College, we believe many of our courses and even some entire programs should be offered as an online option. Many courses lend themselves well to be taken online as they may require extensive usage of software applications, computer technology or Internet access. Other courses may also be lecture-based. These type courses can often be taken using an online platform that will provide better flexibility for individuals with busy schedules or with a preference of online learning.

At WGTC we offer several programs that may be taken as a totally online program in the areas of Accounting, Business Management, Business Technology, Cybersecurity, Fire Science Technology, Marketing Management and Medical Coding. These programs are available to students regardless of geographic location as long as they have adequate computer access, traditional software and a reliable Internet connection. In addition, most of our business programs are nationally accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP). WGTC participates with many other U.S. states in offering reciprocity online learning agreements for online courses and programs. Click below for benefits of our participation in the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (NC-SARA).


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Regardless of whether a student takes a class or program traditionally, hybrid or completely online, Admissions  and student academic support services are available to assist students in need of admissions, academic advising, online tutoring and career counseling no matter where in the world they are located. Click below for information or to log in for online tutoring:




Online Options for Dual Enrollment Credit

If you are a high school student taking classes anywhere in Georgia, you may be eligible to take transferable general education classes with WGTC for dual credit. We offer a wide variety of course options that offer a flexibility with your busy high school schedule. Speak with your local high school counselor or administrators to determine your options and eligibility requirements for dual credit participation.