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Whether your goal is to complete a transfer degree, technical credit program, or take credit-free classes that support lifelong learning and workforce development, the Wilton Center can provide you with a wide array of day and evening coursework to help you reach your educational and career goals.
Classes in the following disciplines are offered here each semester:
|· Mathematics||· Sociology|
|· English||· History|
|· Business||· Anthropology|
|· Computer Science||· Physical Education|
|· Foreign Language||· Art|
|· Science||· Philosophy|
|· Psychology||· Music|
A complete list of courses offered by term in both Queensbury and Wilton is available through the Course Search directory.
SUNY Adirondack Pre-Nursing Track at Wilton
Are you interested in studying Nursing? The Pre-Nursing Track at Wilton offers a convenient and affordable way for you to prepare for a college degree in Nursing.
SUNY Adirondack BusinessPass
BusinessPass allows you to constantly adjust where you attend classes. Choose from on-campus classes (both Wilton Center and Queensbury Campus), online classes, or any combination in between. It’s your life, your schedule.
SUNY Adirondack Tech Valley Track at Wilton Center
The SUNY Adirondack Tech Valley Track is designed to get you tech ready, providing you an opportunity to acquire all the necessary knowledge and skills required to get your foot in the door at many Tech Valley Companies. The Associate’s Degree in Liberal Arts and Sciences— Humanities-Social Science (LBAA) offered here in Wilton, has a strong emphasis in Mathematics that is balanced with critical thinking and literacy skills. This program is designed to be completed part-time, during evenings at the Wilton Campus.
"Saratoga County is quickly becoming the heart of the Tech Valley initiative and our Liberal Arts AA degree with Math emphasis program exemplifies how SUNY Adirondack and Wilton Center are aligning our educational curriculum with the local workforce needs."
-Michael Prutsman, Assistant Dean/Director ~ Wilton Center
If you are interested in learning more about SUNY Adirondack's Tech Valley Track, contact an admissions representative at (518) 743-2200.
Each semester, the Wilton Center provides community members with a convenient location to enhance their personal and professional development through non-credit courses. For more information on finding and registering for a course that meets your needs, visit the SUNY Adirondack Office of Continuing Education.