Jan. 5, 2010
Join your family, friends, neighbors and co-workers in spring credit classes at Anne Arundel Community College, where there’s still time to register for sessions that begin Jan. 20, Feb. 1 and March 15 as well as in the WEEKENDYOU program.
Choose from classes leading to a degree, certificate, letter of recognition, for career exploration or promotion, for personal enrichment or transfer to a four-year school. The college’s emphasis on forging transfer agreements with public and private four-year colleges and universities is making it easier to transfer into baccalaureate programs with junior standing and with most or all AACC credits accepted.
The 15-week and first eight-week sessions begin Jan. 20. A 13-week session begins Feb. 1, a second eight-week session begins March 15 and WEEKENDYOU begins Jan. 22. These weekend classes meet on Friday nights, Saturdays and Sundays or a combination of those days.
Spring credit courses meet online, in person, via telecourse or in a hybrid format that combines online and in-class instruction. An extensive virtual campus offers your choice of six online degree programs or more than 10 certificate programs, 19 different subjects and more than 210 distinct online classes. Credit class sites include the Arnold campus, AACC at Arundel Mills, the Glen Burnie Town Center, Brooklyn Park and Meade middle schools and Glen Burnie High School.
Full- and part-time affordable child care is available for ages 3-5 during the day and for ages 3-10 on evenings and weekends through the Child Development Center on the Arnold campus. The center is accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children and is licensed by the Maryland State Department of Education. Preregistration is required at 410-777-2450 or visit www.aacc.edu/cdc.
Registration is under way. For information call 410-777-AACC or visit www.aacc.edu/recreg.