Our credit degrees and certificates will prepare you to enter the workforce within 1-2 years, while our non-credit certificates and courses can help you grow personally and professionally.
Additionally, many of our degrees are designed for easy transfer to a baccalaureate institution. Several degrees can be completed by taking the majority of your courses during the evening (5:00 p.m. or later) and supplementing them with online courses, and our credit extension program offers Friday evening and Saturday classes, as well as accelerated programs, if those work best with your schedule. You can even earn a general studies degree or web technology certificate offered completely online, from the convenience of your own home.
MCC helps you balance college, work and family by offering courses:
- On campus—daytime, evenings and weekends
- In traditional 16-week spring and fall semesters
- In 8-week and 12-week blocks each fall and spring
- In abbreviated summer and winter intersessions
- In accelerated (3-6 months) non-credit certificate programs
- In short (1-6 meetings) non-credit offerings
Then, depending upon your program of study, you can seamlessly continue with your bachelor’s degree at one of the universities in the Connecticut State University system or one of the many other colleges and universities with which MCC has a transfer agreement, or jump right into the job market.
Applying to MCC
When you’re ready to take courses for credit, complete the online application. No special application is needed for non-credit classes.
If you have questions about applying, to schedule a campus tour, or for more information about MCC, please email, visit or call the Admissions Office, Student Services Center, L156, 860-512-3210.