Course Catalog


Wiregrass Georgia Technical College expects that all students shall regularly attend all scheduled class meetings held for instruction and examination. It is recognized that class attendance is essentially a matter between students and their instructors. Instructors must explain their absence policy in the course syllabus if the course is an attendance-taking course. All students are held responsible for knowing the specific attendance requirements as prescribed by their instructors and for the satisfactory make-up work missed by absences. When students are to be absent from class, they should immediately contact the instructor.

Official Withdrawal Policy

Students in non-attendance taking courses must withdraw from a course/s using the Withdrawal Form located in their myBanWeb account. In the case of extenuating circumstances, someone other than the student can initiate a withdrawal.

Instructor Responsibilities

Students who do not follow proper procedures to withdraw from a course (or courses), and simply stop participating in class will receive the grade they have earned from their complete and incomplete work. For specific information on how to withdraw, please check the Student Handbook for more information, or visit the website at Wiregrass Student Withdrawal Procedures.

Drop/Withdrawal Procedures

As a student enrolling in college courses, you assume the financial and academic responsibility to properly withdraw from your courses if you decide not to complete them. You have the privilege of dropping a course during the first three instructional days of each semester through your myBanWeb account, without the drop becoming part of your permanent academic record and without it affecting your financial aid. However, any amount charged against Pell or HOPE in the bookstore will be owed back to the college. If you withdraw from a class from the fourth instructional day of the term through 60% of the term, you will receive a grade of W. If you withdraw after the published withdrawal date (60% of the term) a grade of F will be assigned. The specific deadline dates for withdrawal are published on the Wiregrass’ home website page, under Academic Calendar, as well as in your myBanWeb account.

You should be aware that withdrawals may result in a loss of financial aid and that failing to properly withdraw from a course will result in your receiving a failing grade (F) for that course. F grades, and/or failure to complete the term, may cause a recalculation of your financial aid and result in a balance owed.

Withdrawal from Individual Courses

If you wish to withdraw from a course, but plan to stay enrolled in other courses, submit a Withdrawal Form through your myBanWeb account, listing the courses you wish to withdraw from. If you are unsure whether withdrawing from the course is your only option, please speak with your instructor and/or the One-Stop Enrollment and Success Center staff prior to submitting your withdrawal form. Also, please check with the Financial Aid Office for clarification on how a partial withdrawal may affect your Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP).

Complete Withdrawal from School

Wiregrass Georgia Tech realizes that sometimes students have no alternative but to leave school for legitimate reasons. Students wanting to totally withdraw should initiate the process by completing the form through their myBanWeb account.

Below are the steps you should follow for an official withdrawal:

  1. Speak with your One-Stop Enrollment and Success Center Advisor.
  2. Meet with the Financial Aid Office to see how the withdrawal will affect your current and future financial aid awards.
  3. If you still feel the need to withdraw from school completely, submit your Withdrawal Form.

Attendance Taking Courses

Wiregrass Georgia Technical College prepares students for successful employment upon graduation. Business and industry expect employees to be present and on time for work each day, and WGTC supports this expectation by encouraging students to attend class regularly to prepare for the workforce. WGTC is a non-attendance-taking institution. However, some instructors may develop reasonable attendance requirements appropriate to the type of course, delivery method, frequency of class meetings, and in accordance with the rules of respective licensure boards and/or accrediting agencies. Instructors will communicate the requirements to students within the course syllabi; and will apply the requirements fairly and consistently to all enrolled students. The following are attendance-taking courses.

Attendance Taking Courses
Course Prefix/Number Course Name
BARB 1010 Science: Sterilization, Sanitation, and Bacteriology
BARB 1022 Haircutting and Shampooing I
BARB 1024 Haircutting and Shampooing II
BARB 1030 Haircutting/Basic Styling
BARB 1040 Shaving
BARB 1060 Introduction to Color Theory/Color Application
BARB 1072 Introduction to Chemical Restructuring of Hair
BARB 1074 Advanced Chemical Restucturing of Hair
BARB 1082 Advanced Haircutting and Styling I
BARB 1084 Advanced Haitcutting and Styling II
BARB 1090 Structures of Skin, Scalp, Hair and Facial Treatments
BARB 1100 Barber/Styling Practicum and Internship
COSM 1010 Chemical Texture Services
COSM 1020 Hair Care and Treatment
COSM 1030 Haircutting
COSM 1040 Styling
COSM 1050 Hair Color
COSM 1060 Fundamentals of Skin Care
COSM 1070 Nail Care and Advanced Techniques
COSM 1080 Physical Hair Services Practicum
COSM 1090 Hair Services Practicum I
COSM 1100 Hair Services Practicum II
COSM 1110 Hair Services Practicum III
COSM 1115 Hair Services Practicum IV
COSM 1125 Skin and Nail Care Practicum
DENA 1030 Preventative Dentistry
DENA 1050 Microbiology and Infection Control
DENA 1070 Oral pathology and Therapeautic
DENA 1080 Dental Anatomy
DENA 1090 Dental Assisting National Board Examination Preparation
DENA 1340 Dental Assisting I: General Chairside
DENA 1350 Dental Assisting II: Dental Specialties and EFDA Skills
DENA 1390 Dental Radiology
DENA 1400 Dental Practice Management
DENA 1460 Dental Practicum I
DENA 1470 Dental Practicum II
DENA 1480 Dental Practicum III
DHYG 1050 Preclinical Dental Hygiene Lab
DHYG 1111 Clinical Dental Hygiene I Lab
DHYG 2020 Clinical Dental Hygiene II Lab
DHYG 2090 Clinical Dental Hygiene III Lab
DHYG 2140 Clinical Dental Hygiene IV Lab
EMSP 1160 Clinical & Practical Applications for the EMT
EMSP 2510 Clinical Applications for the Paramedic – I
EMSP 2520 Clinical Applications for the Paramedic – II
EMSP 2530 Clinical Applications for the Paramedic – III
EMSP 2540 Clinical Applications for the Paramedic – IV
EMSP 2550 Clinical Applications for the Paramedic – V
EMSP 2560 Clinical Applications for the Paramedic – VI
EMSP 2570 Clinical Applications for the Paramedic – VII
EMSP 2710 Field Internship for the Paramedic
ESTH 1020 Skin Care Procedures
ESTH 1030 Electricity and Facial Treatments with Machines
ESTH 1040 Advanced Skin Care
ESTH 1050 Color Theory and Makeup
ESTH 1060 Esthetics Practicum I
ESTH 1070 Esthetics Practicum II
HIMT 2460 Health Information Technology Practicum
IMSA 1100 Clinical Practice
MAST 1170 Medical Assisting Externship
NAST 1100 Nurse Aide Fundamentals
NEUT 1001 Musculoskeletal Anatomy and Physiology I
NEUT 1005 Musculoskeletal Anatomy and Physiology II
NEUT 1010 Neural Science
NEUT 1020 Pathology for the Neuromuscular Therapist
NEUT 1030 Neuromuscular Therapy Fundamentals
NEUT 1050 Technique and Theory I
NEUT 1060 Clinic I
NEUT 1080 Techniques and Theory II
NEUT 1081 Techniques and Theory III
NEUT 1100 Adjunctive Modalities
NEUT 1110 Licensure Review
NEUT 1120 Clinic II
NEUT 1230 Professional Leadership for Neuromuscular Therapist
OPHD 1010 Introduction to Ophthalmic Optics
OPHD 1020 Eye Anatomy and Physiology
OPHD 1030 Applied Optical Theory
OPHD 1060 Optical Laboratory Technique I
OPHD 1070 Optical Laboratory Technique II
OPHD 1080 Contact Lens I
OPHD 2090 Frame Selection
OPHD 2120 Lens Selection
OPHD 2130 Contact Lens II
OPHD 2170 Contact Lens Review
OPHD 2180 Opticianry Review
PHAR 1000 Pharmaceutical Calculations
PHAR 1010 Pharmacy Technology Fundamentals
PHAR 1020 Principles of Dispensing Medications
PHAR 1030 Principles of Sterile Medication Preparation
PHAR 1040 Pharmacology
PHAR 1050 Pharmacy Technology Practicum
PHAR 2060 Advanced Pharmacy Technology Principles
PHAR 2070 Advanced Pharmacy Technology Practicum
PHLT 1030 Introduction to Venipuncture
PNSG 2010 Introduction to Pharmacology and Clinical Calculations
PNSG 2030 Nursing Fundamentals
PNSG 2035 Nursing Fundamentals Clinical
PNSG 2210 Medical-Surgical Nursing I
PNSG 2220 Medical-Surgical Nursing II
PNSG 2230 Medical-Surgical Nursing III
PNSG 2240 Medical-Surgical Nursing IV
PNSG 2250 Maternity Nursing
PNSG 2255 Maternity Nursing Clinical
PNSG 2310 Medical-Surgical Nursing Clinical I
PNSG 2320 Medical-Surgical Nursing Clinical II
PNSG 2330 Medical-Surgical Nursing Clinical III
PNSG 2340 Medical-Surgical Nursing Clinical IV
PNSG 2410 Nursing Leadership
RADT 1010 Introduction to Radiology
RADT 1030 Radiographic Procedures I
RADT 1060 Radiographic Procedures II
RADT 1065 Radiologic Science
RADT 1075 Radiographic Imaging
RADT 1085 Radiologic Equipment
RADT 1200 Principles of Radiation Biology and Protection
RADT 1320 Clinical Radiography I
RADT 1330 Clinical Radiography II
RADT 2090 Radiographic Procedures III
RADT 2260 Radiologic Technology Review
RADT 2340 Clinical Radiography III
RADT 2360 Clinical Radiography IV
RNSG 1350 Fundamentals of Nursing Care
RNSG 1352 Transitions in Nursing
RNSG 1355 Nursing Pharmacology and Dosage Calculations
RNSG 1360 Physical Examinations and Health Assessment
RNSG 1365 Medical-Surgical Nursing I
RNSG 2015 Obstetrics, Childbearing, and Peds Nursing
RNSG 2350 Mental Health Promotion and Restoration
RNSG 2355 Medical-Surgical Nursing II
RNSG 2360 Medical-Surgical Nursing III
RNSG 2365 Esstentials Nursing Mgmt/Leader.