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Career Area: Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources
Associate Degree
Program Number: 10-320-2
Approximately 2 Years to Complete
This is based on full-time enrollment. Actual time to completion may vary based on the availability of courses a college offers and the number of credits the student takes in any given time period.
Credit Program
Most credit programs are eligible for financial aid, while most non-credit certificates provide valuable work-related skills on a short timeline. Check with the college offering the program to determine if it is eligible for financial aid.
Average Annual Tuition: $4303.5
This is based on one year of full-time enrollment for in-state students. WTCS tuition is set by the Wisconsin Technical College System Board in March for the following year. It does not include books, materials or program/college-related fees.

Winemaking (Enology) Careers

Recent Wisconsin job postings for this degree:

Winemaker
Winemaking Assistant
Cellar Worker
Tasting Room Host

Winemaking (Enology) Programs

The Winemaking, or Enology, Associate degree will train both current and future employees of wineries in the grape and wine industry. Students will gain Enology skills such as fermentation, clarification and aging of juice and wine; lab methodologies; sanitation; quality control; winery equipment operation, grape maturity testing; wine and must analysis. The college will partner its resources with the Viticulture and Enology Science and Technology Alliance (VESTA). The courses will be taught in conjunction with VESTA through a combination of online learning and field experiences. The Winemaking program will provide students with an internship at a local winery, offering an intense level of practical and realistic winery experiences sufficient to equip them with the skills and work experience required for a position in the wine industry.

Winemaking (Enology) Part of a Career Pathway Program Transfers Offered completely online Shared Program
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