Computer Technology Courses and Certification Programs

It’s a digital world; don’t be just a number!

Manchester Community College’s Continuing Education offers a variety of non-credit computer technology courses and certification programs to start or advance your IT career.  MCC also offers a full complement of credit computer technology courses, which can be applied to a degree or certificate or taken individually.

Certificate Programs:

Our certification preparation courses closely follow certification objectives and are held in our state-of-the-art computer labs. Testing solutions include:


View the Non-Credit Catalogs for course descriptions in all of our subject areas, including:

  • Introductory Computer Courses
  •  Word Processing
  •  Spreadsheets
  • Databases
  • Microsoft Office Suites
  • Internet
  • Networks and Operating Systems, including A+
  • Troubleshooting and Security
  • Digital Imaging and Design
  • Programming
  • Multimedia and Gaming
  • Classroom and Online Courses
  • Microsoft Test Center: Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Certification Exam Schedule.
  • Learn how to design web pages using: Dreamweaver, Muse, WordPress,  HTML and Cascading Style Sheets. Earn an MCC Web Design MCC certificate.
  • Create games and multimedia presentations using Game Maker, GameStudio, Visual Studio, and the XNA game-programming framework.
  • Build and manage databases with Access, PHP and MySQL and SQL Server.
  • Write code and programming for all types of applications using VBA, ASP.NET,  and Python.


Contact the MCC Continuing Education Information Desk at or the Non-Credit Computer Program Coordinator, Bruce Manning, at

How to Register?

Registration Information

Employer/Organization Seeking Custom Training?

Looking for specialty courses? When a course isn’t offered in our current catalog, or it’s filled, Manchester Community College can design a program especially for you. Please contact us about customized computer training through our Corporate and Community Training Center.

For more information, contact Doreen Forbes-Rogers at