Distance Education

Distance Education

Designed around the needs of the individual, Mayland Community College’s the distance education experience allows the student to participate in the curriculum and pursue an education more conveniently, without the constraints of being on campus or following a designated class schedule.

This form of learning is increasingly popular, freeing students to fit college courses into a hectic and challenging lifestyle. It also provides an individual the accessibility to pursue education when physical travel is not easy. To ensure accessibility, we offer a variety of options for distance education:

  1. Internet courses are taught wholly online.
  2. Blended courses are a mix of primarily face-to-face meetings with some required online learning.
  3. Hybrid courses are a mix of primarily online learning with some required face-to-face meetings.
  4. Independent study courses are usually offered for one student to work with one instructor.

Be sure and ask your adviser if Distance Education courses would be a good fit for you. , and check here for any additional Course Requirements for 100% Online Courses.

 

The following Internet courses are being offered for the Spring 2020 Semester which starts on Monday January 6, 2020:

 

ACA-115-E195       Success & Study Skills

ACA-122-E295       College Transfer Success

ACC-150-E195        Accounting Software Appl

ART-111-T95          Art Appreciation

BUS-137-E295       Principles of Management

BUS-240-E195       Business Ethics

BUS-253-E195       Leadership and Mgt Skills

BUS-260-E295       Business Communication

BUS-285-E295       Business Management Issues

CHM-130A-T95     Gen, Org, & Biochem Lab

CHM-130-T95        Gen, Org, & Biochemistry

CIS-110-95               Introduction to Computers

CJC-112-95              Criminology

CJC-141-95              Corrections

CJC-212-95              Ethics & Comm Relations

CJC-225-95              Crisis Intervention

CTS-115-95             Info Sys Business Concepts

DFT-121-95             Intro to GD&T

DFT-254-95             Intermed Solid Model/Render

ECO-252-95            Prin of Macroeconomics

ENG-111-95           Writing and Inquiry

ENG-112-95           Writing/Research in the Disc

HIS-132-95              American History II

HSE-242-95             Family Systems

HUM-110-95          Technology and Society

MAT-143-95           Quantitative Literacy

MAT-152-95           Statistical Methods I

MED-118-T95        Medical Law and Ethics

OST-080-95            Keyboarding Literacy

OST-137-95            Office Applications I

POL-120-95             American Government

PSY-150-95             General Psychology

PSY-281-95             Abnormal Psychology

SOC-210-95            Introduction to Sociology

SOC-213-95            Sociology of the Family

SWK-110-95           Intro to Social Work

WBL-115-95           Work-Based Learning Seminar I

 

The following Blended courses are being offered for the Spring 2020 Semester which starts on Monday January 6, 2020:

ATR-112-Y50          Intro to Automation

BIO-110-50             Principles of Biology

BIO-110-YT50        Principles of Biology

BIO-168-50             Anatomy and Physiology I

BIO-169-50             Anatomy and Physiology II

CJC-113-50              Juvenile Justice

CJC-221-50              Investigative Principles

CJC-223-50              Organized Crime

COM-231-T60        Public Speaking

COM-231-YT50     Public Speaking

DFT-254-Y50          Intermed Solid Model/Render

ELC-117-Y50           Motors and Controls

HIS-112-T50            World Civilizations II

MAC-122-Y50        CNC Turning

MAC-124-Y50        CNC Milling

MEC-112-Y50         Machine Processes II

NET-125-50            Introduction to Networks

NOS-230-50           Windows Administration I

SOC-210-T60          Introduction to Sociology

TDP-140-Y50          Precision 3D Printing

TDP-140-Y51          Precision 3D Printing

WLD-121-A50        GMAW (MIG) FCAW/Plate

WLD-131-A50        GTAW (TIG) Plate

WLD-141-Y50         Symbols & Specifications

 

The following Hybrid courses are being offered for the Spring 2020 Semester which starts on January 6, 2020:

ACA-115-E130       Success & Study Skills

ACA-115-E240       Success & Study Skills

ACA-118-30            College Study Skills

ACA-122-E130       College Transfer Success

ACA-122-E230       College Transfer Success

ELN-232-30             Intro to Microprocessors

ENG-101-30           Applied Communications I

GRO-120-30           Gerontology

MED-131-30           Admin Office Proc II

NOS-120-30           Linux/UNIX Single User