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North Carolina Wesleyan College

North Carolina Wesleyan College offers four degree completion programs designed for working adults: BS in Business Administration, BS in Accounting, BS in Computer Information Systems and BA in Justice Studies. NCWC has offered classes in Raleigh for nearly 20 years. Adult students choose course formats including weekend, 5-week, 8-week, 12-week, and online.


North Carolina Wesleyan College Goldsboro & Triangle Campus / Morrisville Campus Locations and contact:

North Carolina Wesleyan College Goldsboro Campus Location and contact:
139 W. Walnut Street Goldsboro, NC 27530
Telephone: 919-736-2312
Fax: 919-736-9093

North Carolina Wesleyan College Triangle / Morrisville Campus Location and contact:
2000 Perimeter Park Drive
Morrisville, NC 27560
Phone: (919) 465-4777
Fax: (919) 388-5879

3400 N Wesleyan Blvd, Braswell Administration Building/Rm 188
Rocky Mount
Contact Info
(252) 985-5128
(252) 985-5236
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