Online Degree Programs & Certificates
Starting in Fall 2014, students can complete degree programs in:
and career studies certificates in:
- Business Entrepreneurship
- Business Information Management
- Criminal Justice
- Cyber Security
- Early Childhood
- Museum Studies
It’s important to remember that all program requirements can be completed online, but not all course options will be available online. For example: for science requirements, only BIO 101 (fall) and BIO 102 (spring) will be offered online during the academic year.
Courses are available until filled, so register early. The course schedule is available at www.jtcc.edu/schedule.
Free Orientation Sessions
Not sure online learning is for you? Take one of John Tyler Community College’s free, five-day Introduction to Online and Hybrid Learning orientation sessions.
- Characteristics of successful online learners
- Student responsibilities
- Online communication skills and “netiquette”
- Library resources and services for online students
Plus, you’ll even participate in online discussions and submit assignments in Blackboard. It’s a stress-free way to try online learning.
Fall 2015 orientation sessions start:
- August 17
- August 31
- October 14
To learn more and register for the free, five-day introductory course, visit http://bit.ly/jtcc-online.
One-Credit SDV Class
For students who prefer earn credit for their orientation class, the College is also offering a new Student Development course (SDV 101) entitled Orientation to Online Learning. This one-credit course fulfills the institution-wide student development course requirement and is an excellent way to learn more about online learning while simultaneously meeting your student development requirement.