(1) If you are interested in taking a credit online course, and would like to know what an online course looks like and what online learning is about, you may view a video series , read a presentation, as well as listen to a radio interview.
(2) To view a course list for an upcoming semester, click the semester link on the left, you will see the course list and course information such as prerequisite, professor’s contact, syllabus, course overview, and special requirement. Many online courses are taught by the same professor every semester. You may review the syllabus of a course offered in a current semsester or a previous semester to get an overview on how the online course is organized.
* Click on Search for Course Offerings link (middle-right) under Other Resources.
Search with the following options:
* Select a semester such as “Winter 2018” or “Spring 2019″ in by Term.
* Select Middlesex C C by College.
* Select ONLN – Fully Online, HYBR – Online and Classroom or OLCR-Online and Campus Requirement by Instruction Type. Courses listed in ONLN type are 100% online courses that do not require students to come to our campuses for any class assignments. To assist your learning and success, your professor in fully online courses may host an on-campus meeting but the attendance of a campus meeting is not required. Some online courses are coded as OLCR, Online Courses with Campus Requirement such as math courses. These courses require students to come to campus occasionally. For example, students may be asked to come to our campus to take the final exam. HYBR courses require regular campus meetings in addition to learning online.
* Click on Get Courses button.
* You will then see a list of fully online classes with its instructor, remaining seats, and textbook information (Textbook info link). A column labeled as Rem indicates the number of remaining seats left for the class. If an online class is full, you may visit this site to see if a seat opens up. Under extreme circumstances, the course instructor may accept over-enrollment. For an over-enrollment, contact the course’s academic director.