Please direct all registration and enrollment questions to email@example.com, or call: 609.570.3228.
For questions how online courses are typically run and MercerOnline course offerings, please contact us: 609.570.3389 (firstname.lastname@example.org).
PLEASE NOTE: MercerOnline is currently transitioning its online classes from ANGEL to Blackboard teaching and learning platforms. There is a possibility you may have different courses in different platforms.
Fall (F10) 10 Week Sessions 2014
|courses in Blackboard > login
||courses in ANGEL > login
|CMN-101-010|| ||Mass Media|
|CMN-215-010||Communication & Gender|
|ENG-101-035||English Composition I|
|ENG-102-013||English Composition II|
|ENG-102-096||English Composition II|
|ENG-221-010||Women in Literature|
|HIS-106-010||United States History Since 1865|
|HIS-112-011||World History to 1500|
|HPE-111-011||Living with Health|
|PSY-101-046||Introduction to Psychology|
|PTA-101-030||Introduction to PTA|
|PTA-101-040||Introduction to PTA|
|SOC-201-010||Marriage and the Family||
|BUS-107-010|| ||Business Law I|
|BUS-230-011||Global Environment of Business|
|EDU-102-040||Introduction to Exceptional Children|
|HIS-105-010||United States History to 1865|
|HPE-101-010||Basic Concepts of Nutrition|
|HPE-101-030||Basic Concepts of Nutrition|
|IST-101-015||Computer Concepts with Applications|
|IST-101-018||Computer Concepts with Applications|
|MAT-108-080||Topics in Mathematics|
|MAT-120-012||Mathematics for Liberal Arts|
|SOC-101-014||Introduction to Sociology|
|SOC-101-025||Introduction to Sociology|
Earn a Degree Entirely Online!
Now you can earn an associate degree fully online through MercerOnline,
with the convenience of quality classes anytime,
anywhere -- 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Associate in Arts Degree in Liberal Arts & Sciences
Liberal Arts - Humanities concentration
Liberal Arts - Social Science concentration
Associate in Science
Criminal Justice -
Associate in Applied Science Degree in Business Management
Some online courses require proctored exams to verify the identity of the student taking the exam.
For a list of courses that require proctoring and information about taking proctored exams at MCCC
or an alternate testing location, click here.
For more information, please call 609.570.3389 or e-mail us at email@example.com.
Attention MercerOnline and MCCC Students!
You can take online courses while on vacation!
Online classes allow you the flexibility and convenience of taking Mercer County Community College with you wherever you choose to go this summer! There are no set logon times, as most classes have weekly assigned due dates. Even better, classes are accelerated in ten, eight, and six week sessions to better accommodate your busy summer.
If you have a reliable Internet connection, great time management skills, computer literacy, and the drive to succeed, MercerOnline is ready to travel with you.
The Internet, television, computers, and independent study open alternate pathways to college. If you are highly motivated and enjoy working independently, virtual learning empowers you to decide when and where learning fits into your busy schedule.
However, virtual learning may not be for you if you need structure, "real time" human interaction, or easy results without hard work. These courses take a great deal of time.
- Students access courses through the college website
- Professors and students interact through email, in real time, through chat and discussion forums in a user-friendly "virtual" classroom environment
- Though students can access courses from any Internet connected computer, to gain the benefit of an "anytime, anyplace" learning environment, students should have their own computers. Some courses require orientation and/or testing on campus.
- Television courses also offer time flexibility. Students view video segments on cable TV at scheduled times, on video in the MCCC library, or by videotape rental. MercerOnline students may borrow tapes overnight from the college library.
- Courses taught at a distance through MercerOnline are equivalent to on-campus courses and are taught by MCCC faculty members.
MercerOnline may be reached by phone at (609) 570-3389 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.