Whatcom Community College offers a variety of online, hybrid, and mediated learning courses providing the flexibility needed for balancing work, personal life, and school. 

Flexible learning formats are a great option for students living far from campus, for those interested in commuting less, and for individuals who want a flexible schedule. These courses meet the same high standards as WCC on-campus courses and have equivalent academic requirements. 

Online courses use a variety of technologies, materials, and methods to achieve the same learning outcomes as traditional courses. Courses are conducted solely through an online platform. Any on-campus or proctored test requirements will be stated up front in the course syllabus.

Hybrid courses are conducted partly through an online course platform and partly face-to-face. 

Mediated Learning labs allow students to progress at a self-accelerated pace with assistance from an instructor.

 


What can you earn completely online?

  • Associate in Arts and Sciences transfer degree
  • Associate in Liberal Studies non-transfer degree

What healthcare programs are hybrid?

What can you earn more than half online?

What can you learn at a flexible pace?

  • Business information systems courses
  • Accounting courses
  • Early childhood education courses
  • Office administration courses

.........and much, much more

 


Check the schedule for a list of specific courses offered through flexible options. 

From the Advanced search page choose All online, WAOL online, WCC online, or Hybrid from the Delivery drop down menu.

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Ready to get started?

  • Find out what you need to know about online learning at Whatcom Community College by viewing this video.
  • How will you pay for your courses? Check on financial aid availability, or view our tuition rates.
  • Not sure if eLearning is right for you? Take this online learning readiness quiz.
  • For more information, contact one of our online advisers: Elizabeth Scroggs or Yusuke Okazaki (professional-technical programs) or Leslie Clark (all others) at advise@whatcom.ctc.edu.