Northwest Iowa Community College
Earn your bachelor's degree from The University of Iowa!
Take your Community College degree to the next level - online - and earn your bachelor's degree at The University of Iowa!
You may be asking how does this partnership work? Say you are in the Powerline Technology program at NCC and have decided to continue on for your Applied Science degree. Later you end up working in the energy industry as a supervisor. You ask yourself, “Would a degree help me advance in my field?" If so, the BAS degree might be the choice for you.
Now you can complete your Associate’s degree (AA, AAS, or AS) and transfer to a degree program at the University of Iowa without moving to Iowa City. Here are our online degrees:
- Bachelor of Applied Studies (BAS)
- Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)
- Bachelor of Liberal Studies (BLS)
Each program is unique and tailored to fit your needs as a transfer student.
- The BAS accepts career and technical credits on an equal basis with other community college credits. Up to 60 semester hours of community college course work may be accepted as transfer credits for the BAS. For example, if you are working on an AA, AAS, or AS, you’ll transfer 60 semester hours of course work to the University when you start your BAS.
- The online BBA completion program allows you to earn a BBA in Management with a concentration in the Entrepreneurial Management track. Pre-business graduates are best suited for this program.
- The RN-BSN program provides RN nurses an accessible way to complete your BSN while working.
- The BBA, BAS, BLS, and RN-BSN are all accredited undergraduate degree completion programs
Herky up a pole, you ask? Yes, that's right. He's working hard with his fellow students in the only Powerline Technology program in Iowa, which allows you to complete your Applied Science degree. Jobs available in the powerline technology industry include line foreman, line superintendent, operations manager, office manager, sales associate, or technician. The average starting salary has been around $24/hour. Way to go, Herky!
History of NCC
Established in 1966, Northwest Community College was the pilot project for Iowa’s Community College System. At first the College offered three vocational programs to students representing 20 high schools in Cherokee, Lyon, O’Brien, Osceola and Sioux counties. Today, NCC offers both technical programs as well as Liberal Arts transfer courses so you can choose what best meets your educational need.
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