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Online Learning

At Tyler, we’re invested in your success. Our fully online degrees give you flexible options to meet your educational goals on your own terms. We offer:

Our Online Degrees

Tyler offers fully online degree programs in the following areas:

General Transfer

Transfer degrees fulfill many general education requirements for a four-year degree and are intended to best prepare students to transfer to a college or university.

General Education Certificate
General Studies, AS
Liberal Arts, AA

Arts and Communication

Museum Studies, CSC

Business, Management, Finance, Hospitality Management and Marketing

Transfer Degrees

Business Administration, AS

Career and Technical Programs
Accounting, AAS
Accounting, CSC

Business Entrepreneurship, CSC

Business Management, AAS

Supervision, CSC

Education

Transfer Degrees

Secondary Teacher Education (English/History), AA
Teacher Education Secondary Mathematics Specialization, AS

Teacher Education, AS

Health Sciences

Transfer Degrees
Health Sciences, AS
Psychology, AS

Government, Human Services, Law and Public Safety

Transfer Degrees

Business Administration, Paralegal Studies Specialization, AS

Career and Technical Programs
Criminal Justice, AAS

Criminal Justice, CSC

Paralegal Studies, CSC

Information Technology

Transfer Degrees

Information Systems, AS

Career and Technical Programs

Cisco Network Administration, CSC

Computer Application Design, CSC

Computer Programming, CSC

Cybersecurity, CSC

Information Technology, AAS

Management Information Systems, CSC

Network Security and Support, CSC

 

Course Schedule

Our full course schedule is available at jtcc.edu/schedule. Though not all course options for a degree program are available online, each of our online degree programs can be completed fully online.

We’re Here to Help

We recommend the following strategies to ensure you will be successful in your online courses:

  • Classes are taught fully online; make sure you have a reliable internet connection and a computer. Tyler students are eligible for free Microsoft Office 365 and discounts on other software that may be useful for your studies.
  • Make time for your coursework. Depending on the class, you can expect to spend 8-10 hours per week per class doing your assignments.
  • Order any needed books and supplies well in advance to make sure they arrive before your course start date. Not having your course materials in time can put you behind and it can be tough to catch up.
  • Familiarize yourself with Canvas, Tyler’s online learning platform, and review the syllabus and assignment due dates. If you need Canvas technical support, contact edtech@jtcc.edu.
  • Contact your instructor early and often with any questions about the course or the material.
  • Tyler offers tutoring through our Academic Resource Center; our expert tutors are available online through Zoom.

Unsure if online learning is a good fit for you? Try it out through our online test drive course. The course covers the skills required to be successful as an online learner and includes an introduction to basic Canvas functions, as well, and gives students an opportunity to practice with some of them.

Ready to Get Started?

To begin your education at Tyler, visit our Get Started page to see the steps to becoming a Tyler students.

Questions?

Have questions about our online degrees or need advice about what might be the best path for you? Our advising office is here to assist. Email them at advising@jtcc.edu and a trained counselor will be in touch to guide you through your options.

Student Complaint Process

Tyler's Student Grievance Policy and Procedure is described in our catalog. Tyler strives to provide the highest quality educational opportunities available. However, if a conflict does arise, our efforts are meant to resolve your grievances, complaints, and concerns in an expeditious, fair, and amicable manner. Students should follow carefully the steps outlined in our catalog to ensure proper and timely resolution of their complaint.

Complaints must follow the college's customary resolution procedure prior to being referred SCHEV.

Out-of-State Licensure and Certification

Our college has not yet determined whether all programs meet the licensing requirements for all states. Prior to enrolling in a program at Tyler leading to ​external licensure or certification, ​we recommend that a student contact the state board of the program in the state they wish to practice for the most complete and up​-to​-date information pertaining to licensure.  In addition to educational requirements, a state board may require additional criteria be met for licensure​​.

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