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At MCC, our approach to online learning provides innovative ways to make the most of your time. Whether you sign up for an online, hybrid or web-enhanced class, they incorporate some of the most advanced educational methods and techniques to help you learn when and where it is best for you.
Many courses use streaming video and interactive programs to enhance the course material. Some give you the option of purchasing digital textbooks that are often more affordable than traditional textbooks.
Before you choose your classes, be sure to talk with your advisor. And make certain you know what is required of you when you select an online class.
Online Degrees and Certificates
Balancing a job, personal commitments, and family while trying to go to school can be challenging. Online offers an alternative to traditional classes that provide everything you need to earn your degree or certificate online. We offer 20 degrees and certificates to help you get where you are going on your terms.
Three Types of Online Classes
Online classes are conducted exclusively via the Internet but may require proctored exams. Before enrolling in their first online class at MCC, students need to view the online orientation and complete the readiness survey on the Getting Started wepage.
Online classes are conducted exclusively via the Internet but may require proctored exams.
Before enrolling in their first online class at MCC, students need to view the online orientation and complete the readiness survey on the Getting Started wepage.
Hybrid classes combine reduced, regularly scheduled classroom meetings with required learning activities conducted via the Internet.
Students enrolling in a hybrid class acknowledge they already possess the Minimum Computer and Technology skills listed on the Getting Started wepage.
Web-Enhanced classes are face-to-face lecture classes incorporating Internet tools and required learning activities conducted via the Internet.
No special notation is required to identify such classes in the MCC schedule of classes UNLESS instructors require technology skills beyond those that may be reasonably expected for all Maricopa students to possess.