MCC’s Continuing Education division’s spring credit-free catalog has courses starting on an ongoing basis.
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The goal of the customized curriculum is to provide participants with a deeper understanding of manufacturing and design principles. A recent cohort was taught on the MCC campus, as instruction was simultaneously live streamed to Cyient remote work teams who were also enrolled in the course.
MCC’s Continuing Education program for gifted and talented youth, Excursions in Learning, will offer a new course as part of the summer 2019 session. Chef Rachael LaPorte, an International Caterers Association award-winning natural food chef, is the course instructor.
Students can take a class to enrich their lives with new knowledge or improve their social and business networks, as well as boost in-demand job skills affordably and in a short format.
Courses run throughout the summer, beginning in May, June and July. Courses in a wide variety of subject areas are offered online and on-ground, at a convenient times and at tuition and fee rates that are very affordable.
The open house will be held Tuesday, April 2, from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. in the Great Path Academy Gymnasium. The event is free and open to new, returning and transfer students and their families.
As a modality for reducing stress, MBSR incorporates cognitive therapy elements. MBSR is designed to calm the mind and body in order to relieve pain, manage anxiety, cope with illness or physical distress, increase productivity, improve sleep, sharpen focus and feel a deeper sense of peace.
Manchester Community College offers short-term non-degree certificate-preparation programs in allied health fields to aid in workforce development.
The Spring 2019 spring course offerings include hundreds of personal and professional development classes, as well as non-credit career certificates.
Applications are being accepted for new students who want to enroll during this session, which runs December 26, 2018 through January 11, 2019. Students can earn up to four credits per course in three weeks.