Late-Starting Classes Offer More Chances to Earn Credits This Term

More than five dozen courses – most completely online – are offered in a condensed schedule starting in March or April.

It’s still not too late to earn some college credits this semester, as Bucks County Community College offers more than 70 courses that start in March or April. The condensed schedule allows students to earn credits in six to ten weeks, depending on the course.

For self-motivated students, most of the accelerated courses are offered online.  Running from March 4 to May 14, or April 1 to May 14, topics include U.S. History, Principles of Economics, English Composition, Intro to Psychology, and much more. 

Bucks County Community College is a public two-year college with an open-admissions policy and affordable tuition, only $117 a credit for county residents. Registration is accepted up until the start of the online course. A complete listing of late-starting online classes at Bucks, known as "modular courses," is available here. Registration information can be found here. To register, call 215-968-8100.

Jean Dolan
Assistant Director, Public Relations