CPCC will now offer 27 fully online degree, diploma and certificate academic programs
Central Piedmont Community College (CPCC) now offers an Associate in Arts (AA) and an Associate in Science (AS) degree track that can be completed fully online – no in-person classroom time required – plus 25 certificates, diplomas and Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degrees in computer technology integration, business, criminal justice, office assisting, construction management and more.
CPCC will offer 1,064 fully online classes for the fall 2013 semester. The subject areas include foreign language, science, math, English, humanities, communication, sociology, psychology, art, music, religion, business, office assistant, health information technology, education, criminal justice, business, marketing, and human resources.
“We’re pleased to offer our students the convenience of fully online classes and programs,” said Dr. Elizabeth Forgione-Barkas, director of eLearning for CPCC. “These online options allow students to receive CPCC’s high quality of education at a time and location that fits their busy schedules.”
To learn more about CPCC’s online programs and resources, visit www.cpcc.edu/academics/online.
Fall 2013 classes begin August 15. Prospective students should visit www.cpcc.edu/getstarted to begin the enrollment process today.