- 2 Year
- RIVERTON, WY
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- Professorsgrade B
- Valuegrade B
- Diversitygrade A minus
- Safetygrade B minus
- Student Lifegrade B
- Locationgrade B
The Central Wyoming College campus is located in Riverton on the banks of the Wind River. The campus and community lie in the Wind River Valley, a large lowland area bounded by mountains on three sides. CWC has outreach centers in Lander, Jackson, and Dubois with exclusive academic programming designed to take advantage of the vast Wyoming environment. We serve the Wind River Indian Reservation, which adds a unique and rich cultural experience for our students. From our Alpine Science Institute to American Indian Studies to our award-winning Film Studies program, CWC is a dynamic place to earn a degree. CWC has two-year associate degrees and a four-year bachelor's degree in organizational management and leadership. We care about a versatile and vibrant college experience for every student. We have a passion for education in a broad range of subjects and encourage innovative thinking, expression, creative skill, and scientific exploration. The possibilities are endless as a Rustler.
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Most Popular Majors
- Nursing35 Graduates
- Equine Studies18 Graduates
- Foods, Nutrition, and Wellness Studies18 Graduates
- Parks, Recreation and Leisure Studies18 Graduates
- Computer Systems Technician17 Graduates
- Systems Science and Theory14 Graduates
- Welding14 Graduates
- Entrepreneurship12 Graduates
- Liberal Arts and Humanities12 Graduates
- Business11 Graduates
Organizational Mgt & Leadership: Tribal Leadership
Do you have a love for Natural Resource Management? Are you interested in Tribal Government, Federal Indian Law, and American Indian Education? Are you called to lead and inspire others? Then this is the bachelor's degree for you! This degree will prepare you for a host of positions in tribal government and public organizations!
- Mix of Online and on Campus23%
- On Campus61%
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