Posted: June 18, 2012
Manchester Community College is now offering three online Associate degrees in Accounting, Management and Liberal Arts, and over 70 online general education courses that can be transferred to other colleges. The online courses are taught by the same instructors who teach on campus, ensuring the same high academic standards that students receive on campus.
In an effort to better serve the needs of its diverse student body, Manchester Community College in New Hampshire offers several Associate degrees online and numerous online general education courses that can be transferred to other colleges.
The course work for Associate degrees in Accounting, Management and Liberal Arts can be completed 100 percent online. Manchester Community College also offers over 70 individual online courses, including English, Sociology, Psychology, some Science courses and many other courses that are intended to meet general education requirements at MCC and at colleges and universities across the U.S. Many students transfer these MCC courses to their four-year colleges and save hundreds, sometimes thousands of dollars in tuition costs, as MCC online courses are generally less expensive than similar courses at four-year colleges.
Online courses are ideal for students who are unable to attend traditional classes due to a conflict with work schedules, family obligations or other situations that prevent a student from attending lectures in person. Courses offered via the Web generally do not require students to log on at a specific time, allowing students to complete assignments on their own schedule.
Manchester Community College offers admission on a rolling basis, allowing students to enroll in online courses each term. Led by the same faculty members who teach on campus, the online courses offer convenience and flexibility without sacrificing the high academic standards that have earned the college a solid reputation in the local community.
Manchester Community College is accredited through the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, and offers more that 50 degree and certificate programs. Learn more about Manchester Community College's convenient and flexible online courses.
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