HANCEVILLE — Wallace State Community College will offer several new programs during the fall semester to meet demand for additional certificate and associate degree options.

The new programs will be in general studies, diagnostic medical sonography, human resources management, graphic art and design, medical assisting, agriculture production/horticulture, diagnostic imaging and welding.

Wallace State’s Nursing Department will begin taking applications this fall for the new ADN-BSN program offered in partnership with UAB. The application deadline is Sept. 1 for the program, which begins in the spring semester.

Wallace State’s Engineering Technology Department is planning to add an associate degree and short-term certificate option in Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) during the 2019-2020 academic year.

Classes are available day, evening and online. Online degree programs are also available in general studies, liberal arts, child development, computer science and more.

To provide students with additional mini-term options, Wallace State also offers two flex terms start dates during the fall semester. Flex I registration coincides with the regular term registration, and continues through Aug. 23. Flex II registration begins Oct. 8.

Fall semester classes begin Monday. Late registration for the regular term continues through Aug. 23 at www.wallacestate.edu/register-now.

For more information about Wallace State, visit www.wallacestate.edu or call 256-352-8000.

bayne.hughes@decaturdaily.com or 256-340-2432. Twitter @DD_BayneHughes.

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