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Mohave Community College    
 
    
 
  Sep 26, 2017
 
2016-2017 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Delivery Options



Hybrid Courses

  • Web-based learning activities complement classroom work.
  • Classroom “seat time” is at least 50% on campus.
  • Minimum computer hardware, software, and Internet requirements for online courses will be found on the Hardware/Software Requirements for Online Courses webpage.
  • Textbooks and materials can be purchased through the online MCC Bookstore, from any computer.

Hybrid courses may consist of:

  • The instructor lectures with class discussion. Students may complete online assignments based on these classroom discussions with online assignments posted to discussion forums for student interaction.
  • An instructor places lectures online using voiceover PowerPoint or streaming media for students to review. Students use these online materials to engage in small group activities and/or discussions in class.
  • Students prepare small group projects online, post them to discussion forums for debate and revision, then present them in the class for final discussion and assessment.

For more information about hybrid courses and/or assistance with any technical problems, contact MCC Connect .


Learning Communities

  • A team approach between two courses that builds a sense of community for the students.
  • Students are enrolled in two theme-based courses per semester, e.g., Math/Biology and English/CIS.
  • Students are provided with a syllabus that integrates the learning in the two courses and clarifies how faculty interact with each other in achieving the goals of both courses.
  • Students are given the option of group meetings (outside of class) for further coursework, studying, and social interaction.
  • Textbooks and materials can be purchased through the online MCC Bookstore, from any computer.

For more information about learning communities at MCC, see the Learning Communities webpage, and/or call MCC Connect .


Traditional Ground Classes

  • These classes are campus-based and web-enhanced.
  • Web-enhanced courses utilize the Learning Management System through which students can access course syllabi, instructional materials, grades, and communicate with their instructor.
  • Textbooks and materials can be purchased through the online MCC Bookstore, from any computer.

For more information about campus-based courses and/or assistance with any technical problems, contact MCC Connect .


Online Courses

  • Online courses are those courses where the content is delivered via the Internet through the Learning Management System.
  • Students may be required to participate in non-online learning activities for some courses and/or programs (such as proctored exams, site visits, or interviews).
  • Minimum computer hardware, software, and Internet requirements for online courses will be found on the Hardware/Software Requirements for Online Courses webpage.
  • An online tutorial may be accessed through the MCC Portal.
  • Some courses require supplemental software.
  • Textbooks and materials can be purchased through the online MCC Bookstore, from any computer.

For more information about online programs, see the MCC Online webpage and/or assistance with any technical problems, contact MCC Connect .