Online Courses Winter 2019
An online course delivers instruction in an entirely Web-based format. Some exams and assignments may be required at authorized locations as established by the instructor.
The following online courses were offered for Winter Semester 2019.
ACCTG-151-L2 Accounting Principles
ACCTG-152-L1 Accounting Principles
ACCTG-205-L1 Microcomputer Accounting II
ACCTG-220-L1 Payroll Accounting
ACCTG-252-L1 Cost Accounting
ACCTG-254-L1 Intermediate Accounting II
BMGT-160-L1 Managing in the Digital Enterprise
BMGT-201-L1 Principles of Management
BMGT-201-L2 Principles of Management
BMGT-220-L1 International Business
BUSAD-151-L1 Introduction to Business
BUSAD-151-L2 Introduction to Business
BUSAD-170-L1 Small Business and Entrepreneurship
CHEM-155-L1 Chemistry and Society
CIS-109-L1 Spreadsheet Software
CIS-109-L2 Spreadsheet Software
CIS-112-L1 Database Software
CIS-130-L1 Introduction to Computer Information Systems
CIS-130-L2 Introduction to Computer Information Systems
CIS-130-L3 Introduction to Computer Information Systems
CIS-130-L4 Introduction to Computer Information Systems
CIS-234-L1 Advanced Windows Server
CRJ-154-L1 Introduction to Criminal Justice
CRJ-255-L1 Police Organization and Administration
ECON-251-L1 Principles of Macroeconomics
ECON-252-L1 Principles of Microeconomics
ENGL-102-L1 Business Writing
ENGL-151-L1 English Composition I
ENGL-151-L2 English Composition I
ENGL-151-L3 English Composition I
ENGL-155-L1 Technical Writing
HIST-155-L1 History of US: 1877-Present
HLTSC-110-L1 Medical Terminology
HLTSC-110-L2 Medical Terminology
HLTSC-151-L1 Principles of Nutrition & Diet Therapy
HLTSC-151-L2 Principles of Nutrition & Diet Therapy
HLTSC-160-L1 Perspectives of Aging
HPE-150-L1 Personal Health
HPE-153-L1 Mental Health
HPE-153-L2 Mental Health
IAS-213-L1 Privacy and Technology
MATH-126-L1 Mathematics for Business
MATH-157-L1 College Algebra
MATH-159-L1 Trigonometry and Analytical Geometry
MCOM-201-L1 Principles of Marketing
MCOM-201-L2 Principles of Marketing
METC-100-L1 Introduction to Engineering & Technology
PHIL-152-L1 Introduction to Western Philosophy
PHIL-253-L1 Philosophy of Religion
PHIL-254-L1 Medical Ethics
PHIL-254-L2 Medical Ethics
PHIL 254-L3 Medical Ethics
POLSC-151-L1 Introduction to Political Science
POLSC-151-L2 Introduction to Political Science
PSYCH-151-L1 General Psychology
PSYCH-151-L2 General Psychology
PSYCH-151-L3 General Psychology
PSYCH-254-L1 Life Span Psychology
PSYCH-254-L2 Life Span Psychology
QSTC-111-L1 Quality Management
QSTC-220-L1 Calibration and Gage R & R
QSTC-230-L1 Documentation & Audit Preparation
SOC-151-L1 Principles of Sociology
SOC-151-L2 Principles of Sociology
SOC-151-L3 Principles of Sociology
SOC-251-L1 Modern Social Problems
WPR-102-L1 Word Processing I
Blended Courses Winter 2019
A blended course blends face-to-face classroom instruction with a significant amount of Web-based instruction. The class schedule in these courses will require the student to come to the MCCC campus as established by the instructor.
The following blended courses were offered for Winter Semester 2019.
ACCTG-256-B1 Taxation & IRS Certification - Vita
BUSAD-151-B1 Introduction to Business
CIS-123-B1 Presentation Software
CIS-178-B1 Design Concepts
CIS-208-B1 PC Operating Systems
CIS-209-B1 Network Concepts
CIS-220-B1 Hardware Maintenance
NURS-210-B1 Nursing Leadership & Management
NURS-210-B2 Nursing Leadership & Management
Some students struggle in an online format. Other students excel. Students who excel in an online format: Less restrictive scheduling
There are many benefits of online courses at MCCC:
- Less restrictive scheduling
- Intensive self-study
- Course materials are accessible 24 hours a day, seven days a week
Some students struggle in an online format. Other students excel. Students who excel in an online format:
- Are highly self-motivated
- Have strong computer skills
- Possess good time management skills
- Know how to study independently
- Possess good communication skills
Online classes at MCCC utilize Brightspace (Web-based course management system) communication tools, such as email, discussion boards and chats to interact with the instructor and other students.
Online classes at MCCC are not self-paced. Students must complete exams, assignments, etc. by specified due dates. Please see the college’s website for more Brightspace information.
Hardware and Software
- Google Chrome (latest version)
- Mozilla Firefox (latest version)
- Safari (latest version)
- Internet Explorer (latest version)
- Edge (latest version)
**Install Adobe Flash Player 10.1 or greater.
**Use Brightspace System Check to ensure your browser is compatible.
Additional Software (Highly Recommended):
- Microsoft Office 2016
- Adobe Reader (latest version)
Other System Requirements (Highly Recommended):
- High speed or broadband Internet connection.
Additional course-specific technology may be required; see online course information at:
Myths About Online Courses
Myth 1: Online classes are easier. Online classes are not easier than a traditional class; they are just presented in a different format. For some people, online classes can be more difficult because of the extensive reading and time management skills necessary to be successful.
Myth 2: Online classes do not follow a regular schedule. In reality, online classes follow a very similar schedule as a traditional class. Assignments, tests and other projects and assessments have due dates.
Myth 3: Online students never have to come to campus. To the contrary, online students may have to come to campus for an orientation, testing, presentations, etc. Please refer to online course information for specific requirements.
Myth 4: I can “hide” and remain anonymous in an online course. Actually, online classes require regular online discussions and other interactions.
Myth 5: Malfunctioning computer, email, etc. are acceptable excuses for late work. Students have many options to continue working online should their main systems malfunction. Students are expected to use the email address assigned to them by MCCC and must find other means of keeping up with online coursework (e.g., using a computer in a campus lab or at a public
Myth 6: Students are taught how to use a computer in an online class. Students are expected to have basic computer skills prior to taking an online class. An online student should be comfortable using the Internet, word processing software and emailing with attachments.
Myth 7: Procrastination in an online class is okay. Because there are regular lessons and due dates, it is essential that online students are able to keep a regular schedule. Procrastination in an online course can negatively impact an online student’s success.
It is essential that students use their MCCC student email account. This will be the primary means of email communication between you and your instructor. For more information about activating your MCCC student email account, the college’s homepage at: www.monroeccc.edu.