Cañada is Adding Online Courses This Summer

Wed, 8 May, 2013 at 8:31 am
New online courses in Anthropology, Astronomy, Computer Information Science, English, History, Philosophy, and Math will be introduced this summer at Cañada College. Summer classes begin June 17 and online courses are extremely popular with students returning home from four-year universities who need core requirements.

"There is a growing demand for online courses, especially in the summer," said Janet Stringer, Dean of Science and Technology at the college and coordinator for distance learning. "We expect these classes to fill quickly."

A new online course in US History that transfers to both UC and CSU schools has proven so popular that it has already filled.

The college will be offering Introduction to Computer Science online this summer. This is an introduction to computer hardware and the programming commands to control them. The course will provide students basic computer science concepts and skills and transfers to both UC and CSU schools.

Students can also take English 100 and 110 and Math 200 online for the first time this summer.

For a complete list of summer classes, go to WebSCHEDULE. To register for summer classes, please visit our Admissions & Records Department on the first floor of Building 9.

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