Online and Hybrid Courses

Online learning is a great option for students who are good at managing their time and who are self-motivated. You can participate in weekly on-line discussions, complete assignments, and take exams at whatever time of day is convenient for you as long as you meet the course deadlines. Some professors will require you to come to campus for an orientation or exam but others may not. To see a professor talk about her online class watch this short video clip, then review Should I Take Online Courses?

Hybrid courses require attendance on campus for about 50% of the time and about 50% online.

SHOULD I TAKE ONLINE CLASSES?

Students who take online classes must have daily access to a computer and must be comfortable using technology. You also need to be able to manage your schedule so you can complete your coursework on time. Learn more about
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HOW TO REGISTER FOR AN ONLINE COURSE

New Students: Apply online to receive your campus account and determine eligibility for the course. Current Students: Eligible students can register through Campus Cruiser. Otherwise, you may enroll in person with a signed registration form from the department chair.

ORIENTATION FOR ONLINE CLASSES

Read this to get started on your online or hybrid credit course. Learn how to access the course, how to use the tools available within the course, and where to go for online learning resources.learn more >

CREDIT COURSES

Summer 2015 Credit Courses
Fall 2015 Credit Courses

You can also browse the MCC Search For Courses page to learn more about each course.

NON-CREDIT COURSES

These non-credit online courses offer a wide range of highly interactive learning experiences including Professional Development, Personal Enrichment and Academic Success Preparation courses. search for courses >

ONLINE LEARNING RESOURCES

The MCC library provides access to a wide range of Online Databases, Online Reference resources, Videos on Demand and more!
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