These Online Learning courses are credit courses.
Non-credit students will also find personal and professional online courses through CCAC's Community Education.
Do you need a flexible schedule to accommodate job and home responsibilities?
Would you like to earn college credit without leaving your home or workplace?
Can you work well at your own pace and still meet deadlines?
Are you self motivated?
If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, Online Learning courses at CCAC may be a great option for you.
CCAC's Online Learning courses make it possible for students to earn college credit through flexible nontraditional classes. Busy professionals, individuals with family responsibilities and people with challenging schedules can benefit from Online Learning. These courses enable students and professors to communicate electronically using nontraditional formats such as audio and video, email, live chat sessions, teleconferencing and more.
If you are self-motivated, work well independently, and meet deadlines easily, then our flexible delivery of college courses using the latest technologies can put an associate's degree at your fingertips.
All courses cover the same content as traditional, on-campus classes and are taught by CCAC faculty. Activities such as group study sessions or field trips may be a part of some courses.
For more information about Online Learning courses, degree and certificate offerings, technical requirements and more, follow the links to the left.
Students with disabilities having problems relating to course materials should contact Supportive Services.
Students wishing to transfer CCAC credits to other colleges should discuss their course transfer strategies with a CCAC transfer counselor.
Students can contact the Deans of Student Development with questions relating to more than 30 topics, like student accounts, financial aid, graduation or job placement & career services.