Enrollment for summer classes now open at Mohave Community College
Many students have learned that summer classes decrease the time it takes to get a college degree. It’s a good time to take prerequisite classes, such as those required for completing the college health and nursing programs.
“In eight weeks, students can complete a course that can take 15 weeks during the fall or spring semester,” said Mohave Community College Chief of Instruction Stephen Eaton.
MCC offers classes this summer that are included in university transfer packages, including accounting, biology, chemistry, computer information systems, education and math.
Summer classes start May 28.
See the list of classes at mohave.edu. Click on the Course Search section and move the drop down bar to “Summer 2018-2019.”
Taking classes at MCC costs $81 per credit hour. By comparison, a student would pay anywhere from $490 to $633 per credit hour at a state university, according to university websites.