Learning Options

Convenient Learning Options Fit Your Busy Schedule

Some of these options are specifically designed for adult learners with a busy schedule who need additional flexibility and who are working toward their degree at an accelerated pace.

Distance Learning (online Courses and Degrees)
Open SUNY offers hundreds of online courses from 55 campuses, including MCC. The Distance Learning Program delivers courses to your home or office or the MCC Campus Computer Labs.

Some MCC programs may be completed entirely online, including: Business Administration (A.S.), Criminal Justice (A.S.), Criminal Justice: Corrections Administration (A.A.S.), Criminal Justice: Police Science (A.A.S.), Liberal Arts and Sciences – General Studies (A.S.), and Physical Education Studies (A.S.).

CLEP

College Level Examination Program is a way for adults to earn college credit for information they already know but might need a short review.

Summer Sessions
Summer credit courses are five- to six-week sessions starting May and July. They’re offered days and evening at both MCC campuses. Enrollment is open to any student who has satisfied course prerequisites. Summer Session courses are taught at an accelerated pace.

Intersession
Intersession is an abbreviated session offered in January that gives students a chance to complete a course between Fall and Spring semesters.

 

Office of Experiential and Adult Learning
Brighton Campus
Building 3, Room 108
(585) 292-2016
wsigismond@monroecc.edu

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