This cross-disciplinary program prepares individuals for employment in many areas of the wine industry, including tourism, hospitality services, retailing, wine sales, marketing, and tasting room and event management.
Dorothy Chase, PhD
For complete admission requirements and program information, click here.
Students must be fully matriculated at CWU in order to enroll in this program. Admission to the minor will require admission to the Wine Trade Professional Certificate Program. To download the application for the minor click here. Required courses are subject to change.
This minor consists of GWS courses which are self-supporting as well as other courses that are state-supported. The fee for the GWS courses may be higher than regular CWU tuition and is subject to change. Additional fees may also apply. The courses are eligible for student financial aid for matriculated CWU students. Tuition waivers are not allowed for the GWS self-support courses.
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