Fitting college into your life is easier than you think.
In highly competitive times like these, your education can make a difference. If your work schedule, family obligations or transportation arrangements make it difficult to attend regularly scheduled classes on campus, consider our flexible learning solutions.
Online courses* use the Internet and a learning management system to deliver course materials and to facilitate student-student, instructor-student, and student-content interaction. To participate in online classes, you should have a good understanding of computer hardware and software applications and the Internet.
Hybrid courses combine the learning formats of in-class instruction and convenient, online computer-based learning, resulting in a reduction of the amount of time spent on campus. Students registered in hybrid courses must attend scheduled campus meetings, as printed in the AACC Schedule of Credit Classes.
Interactive courses use real-time video technology to connect students in classrooms at numerous remote sites with an instructor. The instructor may be in front of you or may be piped in to your location.
Web-based (WB) courses meet on campus according to the schedule published in AACC’s Schedule of Classes. Selected tools and features of a learning management system are used to supplement and/or expand on-campus instruction and activities.
*You may be required to take proctored exams or on-campus assessments at a testing center.