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 the student 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.

The following Internet courses are being offered for the Summer 2019 Semester which starts on Thursday May 30, 2019:

ART-111-95         Art Appreciation

BIO-110-95         Principles of Biology

BIO-169-95         Anatomy and Physiology II

BIO-275-95         Microbiology

CHM-130-95       Gen, Org, & Biochemistry

CHM-130A-95     Gen, Org, & Biochem Lab

CIS-110-95          Introduction to Computers

ENG-111-95        Writing and Inquiry

HIS-112-95          World Civilizations II

HIS-131-95          American History I

HUM-160-95      Introduction to Film

PSY-150-95         General Psychology

SOC-213-95        Sociology of the Family

The following Blended courses are being offered for the Summer 2019 Semester which starts on Thursday May 30, 2019:

MAT-152-50       Statistical Methods I

MAT-172-50       Precalculus Trigonometry

The following Internet courses are being offered for the Fall 2019 Semester which starts on Thursday August 15, 2019:

[Please check here for any additional Course Requirements for 100% Online Courses – Fall 2019]

ACA-115-E295    Success & Study Skills

ACC-115-95        College Accounting

AGR-214-95        Agricultural Marketing

ART-111-97         Art Appreciation

ART-111-T95       Art Appreciation

BIO-163-96         Basic Anat & Physiology

BPR-111-95         Print Reading

BUS-110-E195    Introduction to Business

BUS-115-E295    Business Law I

BUS-125-E195    Personal Finance

CIS-110-95          Introduction to Computers

CJC-121-95         Law Enforcement Operations

CJC-132-95         Court Procedure & Evidence

CJC-231-95        Constitutional Law

COM-231-95       Public Speaking

DBA-110-95        Database Concepts

DFT-119-95         Basic CAD

DFT-154-95         Intro Solid Modeling

ECO-251-95        Prin of Microeconomics

ENG-111-95        Writing and Inquiry

ENG-112-95        Writing/Research in the Disc

HIS-111-95          World Civilizations I

HIS-131-95          American History I

HSE-125-95        Counseling

HUM-110-95       Technology and Society

ISC-112-95          Industrial Safety

MAT-143-95        Quantitative Literacy

MED-121-E195   Medical Terminology I

MED-122-E295   Medical Terminology II

MKT-120-E295   Principles of Marketing

OST-080-95         Keyboarding Literacy

POL-120-95         American Government

PSY-150-95         General Psychology

PSY-241-95         Developmental Psych

SOC-210-95        Introduction to Sociology

SOC-210-96        Introduction to Sociology

WBL-115-95       Work-Based Learning Seminar I

WLD-141-95       Symbols & Specifications

WLD-143-95       Welding Metallurgy

The following Blended courses are being offered for the Fall 2019 Semester which starts on Thursday August 15, 2019: 

BIO-110-60         Principles of Biology

CIS-115-50          Intro to Prog & Logic

CJC-111-50         Intro to Criminal Justice

CJC-131-50         Criminal Law

CJC-213-50         Substance Abuse

CJC-214-50         Victimology

COM-231-T60    Public Speaking

DDT-110-50        Developmental Disabilities

DFT-154-Y50       Intro Solid Modeling

ELC-131-Y50       Circuit Analysis I

ELN-260-Y50      Prog Logic Controllers

HSE-110-50         Intro to Human Services

MAC-121-YE150               Intro to CNC

MAC-121-YE250               Intro to CNC

MAT-121-Y50     Algebra/Trigonometry I

MEC-111-Y50     Machine Processes I

MEC-111-Y51     Machine Processes I

OST-148-50         Med Ins & Billing

TDP-110-Y50      Introduction to 3D Printing

TDP-110-Y51      Introduction to 3D Printing

WLD-141-A50     Symbols & Specifications

WLD-141-Y50     Symbols & Specifications

The following Hybrid courses are being offered for the Fall 2019 Semester which starts on Thursday August 15, 2019: 

ACA-111-E130    College Student Success

ACA-115-E130    Success & Study Skills

ACA-115-E140    Success & Study Skills

ACA-115-YE130  Success & Study Skills

ACA-118-30        College Study Skills

ACA-122-E130    College Transfer Success

ACA-122-E230    College Transfer Success

CET-111-30         Computer Upgrade/Repair I

CHM-092-E230  Fundamentals of Chemistry

CTI-120-30          Network & Sec Foundation

ELN-234-30         Communication Systems

ELN-260-30         Prog Logic Controllers

ENG-231-30        American Literature I

HIS-111-T30        World Civilizations I

MED-270-30       Symptomatology

NOS-130-30        Windows Single User

SEC-110-30         Security Concepts

WEB-115-30       Web Markup and Scripting