Late Start

MxCC offers Late Start Classes that begin throughout the semester in Middletown and online. You can also take advantage of a broad range of continuing education courses and noncredit certificate programs available during the semester.

Registration

To register for a course, visit the Office of Enrollment Services, Founders Hall at Middlesex Community College, 100 Training Hill Rd in Middletown. Please follow the steps for new students and current students.

For more information about late start courses, please contact the Office of Enrollment Services at 860-343-5719 or mx-enrollmentservices@mxcc.edu.

Late Start Classes: Spring 2019

Classes Beginning on February 19


Middletown Campus

ACC*113 Principles of Financial Accounting (Hybrid- partially online)
COL*110 College & Career Success (No prerequisites required!)
COM*173 Public Speaking
ENG*099 Transitional Composition ALP
ENG*101 Composition
ENG*102 Literature & Composition

Online

ENG*102 Literature & Composition
MAT*137 Intermediate Algebra
NTR*100 Introduction to Nutrition and Diet
SOC*101 Principles of Sociology

Classes Beginning on March 30


Online

RLS*221 Therapeutic Recreation Programming (Hybrid- partially online)

Middlesex Accelerated Program (MAP) Classes
3 credits in 5 weeks!

All MAP Courses are Online


Start 1/27

BBG*115  Business Software Applications
BFN*201 Principles of Finance
BBG*115 Business Software Applications
CJS*101 Introduction to Criminal Justice
ENG*101 Composition
ENG*102 Literature & Composition
POL*103 International Relations
PSY*111 General Psychology
SCI*285 Forensic Science with Lab (Hybrid- partially online, Middletown campus labs)

Start 3/3

BMG*204 Managerial Communication
BMG*210 Organizational Behavior
CJS*105 Law Enforcement
CJS*213 Evidence and Procedure
CJS*294 Contemporary Issues in Criminal Justice
HIM*290 Certification Exam Prep
HIS*102 Western Civilization II

Start 4/14

BMK*201 Principles of Marketing
COM*173 Public Speaking
CJS*102 Introduction to Corrections
MAT*167 Principles of Statistics
POL*112 State & Local Government
SOC*101 Principles of Sociology
SOC*240 Criminology