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Blue Ridge Community and Technical College

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Subject: West Virginia Community and Technical College System, List of colleges and universities in West Virginia, West Virginia University at Parkersburg, West Virginia University Institute of Technology, West Virginia Junior College
Collection: 2005 Establishments in West Virginia, Buildings and Structures in Martinsburg, West Virginia, Education in Berkeley County, West Virginia, Educational Institutions Established in 2005, North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, Two-Year Colleges in the United States, Universities and Colleges in West Virginia, West Virginia Community and Technical College System
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Blue Ridge Community and Technical College

Not to be confused with Blue Ridge Community College (Virginia) in a nearby area of Virginia.

Blue Ridge Community and Technical College is a two-year college located in Martinsburg, in Berkeley County, West Virginia. Formerly known as the Community and Technical College of Shepherd, it was part of Shepherd College until March 2005, when it was accredited as an independent institution. On July 1, 2006, it was officially renamed Blue Ridge Community and Technical College. Blue Ridge CTC has over 40 collegiate level associate degree and certificate programs, and workforce development and training.

In 2015, the school announced it would begin offering a degree in electric utility technology through a partnership with FirstEnergy.[1]

Academic Programs:

Allied Health Science, Business & Technology, Economic & Workforce Development, and Liberal Arts & Transitional Studies.


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