Distance Education

LCCC's Distance Education program offers learners alternative ways to reach their personal and professional goals. LCCC offers a large variety of online courses and eleven Associate Degree Programs that can be completed almost entirely online.

Associate of Science Degrees:
Business Administration
Computer Information Systems
General Studies

Associate of Applied Science Degrees:
Business Management Technology
Computer Information Systems
Criminal Justice
Office Information Technology
Web and Mobile Development Technology

LCCC's distance education degrees consist of at least 80% online content. Schedules are subject to change each semester, however, most programs offer a combination of fully online, hybrid, day or evening courses. A hybrid course is a combination of online course work and traditional classroom lecture/lab. Any on campus requirements are listed in Self Service and in class listings information on the distance education web site. You can also find this information on your semester schedule.

Online section designations:

  • Sections 701, 702, 703 - Online sections. Some courses may require an onsite mid-term or final exam.
  • Sections 7H1, 7H2, 7H3 - Hybrid sections. Combines face-to face instruction along with online course work. See schedule for specific meeting days/times.
  • Sections 7V1, 7V2, 7V3 - Virtual online sections. Requires specific meeting days/times in a live, online environment. Classes held using a web conferencing platform with faculty instruction.

For more detailed information, please go to Preparing for Online Courses and look up Course Information/Requirements and choose the semester in which you are enrolled. Please note, a laptop computer or personal computer is required. Devices such as tablets and smart phones will not be sufficient to complete all course requirements. High speed internet is strongly recommended. Please check your schedule to confirm all online sections.

If you are a new to online learning, please click on Preparing for Online Classes and complete the five steps. Orientation to Online Learning is available to all students every semester and preparing in advance is strongly encouraged.

This webpage contains course listings and information regarding LCCC's credit Distance Education offerings. For a list of non-credit courses, click here.

If you are a new student taking an online class, click on the current student link in the left panel.