Computer Short Courses

Computer Short Courses utilize current software packages to provide in-demand content in a condensed timeframe. These one-credit courses are scheduled for two or four consecutive Fridays or Saturdays. They allow students to study the basics, expand upon existing skills, or discover new techniques. Computer short courses, like professional development courses, are designated in the course schedule with a “P” in the section number. (for example, EDU 195-P1B)

The computer short course advantage:

  • Gain a competitive edge for career advancement
  • Learn the latest techniques and technologies
  • Save time and money

Students have until the end of the first class to withdraw from the class. Non-attendance at either or both sessions, without the student’s withdrawing, will cause the assignment of a failing grade and place you on Academic Warning for the subsequent semester.

For more information:
Joanne Wallin
Program Support Specialist
Phone: 804-706-5169
Fax: 804-706-5173
jwallin@jtcc.edu

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