Online Options

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Through Monroe Community College's online programs, you can earn a college degree, get a certificate, or just take a few classes. And you can do so according to your own schedule from home, work, your local library, or anywhere you can access the Internet.


Taught by the same highly qualified professors as our on-campus courses, our online courses offer you a quality education for a remarkably affordable cost. If the flexibility of online learning is on-target for you, consider MCC.

Online Degree Programs

Business Administration (A.S.)

For students planning to transfer to a four-year college to major in accounting, finance, economics, management, marketing, human resources, management information systems, or a related business field.

Criminal Justice (A.S.)

For students interested in a career in federal-level law enforcement, probation, parole, the law, public safety, or criminal justice planning, this is also an excellent pathway towards a four-year degree in public administration or public service.

Criminal Justice: Corrections Administration (A.A.S.)

For students who want a career in corrections. Emphasis is on correctional theory, law and procedure, and applied social and behavioral science. Graduates are likely to find jobs at federal, state, and county correctional facilities as correctional officers, supervisors, counselors, and planners.

Liberal Arts and Sciences - General Studies (A.S.)

For students who want to explore many areas of interest. Select from a variety of core courses and electives in humanities, social science, natural science, and mathematics. Students may also choose an area of specialization. Graduates will be fully prepared to transfer as a junior to almost any four-year college or university.

Liberal Arts and Sciences - Humanities & Social Science (A.A.)

Provides students with the ten SUNY General Education Knowledge and Skills areas desirable for transfer to a SUNY four-year college or university to pursue a Liberal Arts major in disciplines such as English, philosophy, anthropology, history, political science, sociology, education, and psychology. Students may also choose an area of specialization. Graduates will be fully prepared to transfer as a junior to almost any four-year college or university.


Online Certificates

Criminal Justice: Corrections Administration

A 30-hour certificate program designed for in-service officers as well as students wishing to enter the corrections field. Courses are directly related to correctional responsibilities and are transferable to the A.A.S. degree in Criminal Justice-Police Science.

Dental Assisting

Currently employed dental assistants with a sponsoring dentist can meet the academic requirements for licensure as a Dental Assistant in New York State. Students will learn chair-side dental assisting procedures and related lab procedures, and all expanded functions permitted by the State Education Department. The program includes lectures and clinical application of skills.

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