MCC Can Help People Boost Job Credentials This Fall with Non-Credit Computer Technology Courses

MANCHESTER, Conn. (September 15, 2020) – Manchester Community College offers non-credit computer technology courses designed to help students boost their credentials in a COVID-19 job market.

These short-term courses – some are just two sessions — run through December on an ongoing basis. They are designed to provide people interested in shifting careers or boosting their current employment with a quick path to in-demand computer skills.

Courses are enrolling now in various levels of Excel, Access, Outlook, SQL Server, PowerPoint, MS Project and other office skills. Students can also obtain certification in PC maintenance and repair and take exam preparation courses for A+ certification, Cisco Certified Network Associate certification and other certifications that add value in the workplace.

All classes are held online unless there is a physical location noted in the course description. To view the Fall 2020 computer technology course offerings and to register, visit

MCC non-credit programs also offer classes in personal development and enrichment that include a wide selection of courses in art and crafts, culture and history, cuisine, dance, family finance and consumer issues, fitness and recreation, music, nutrition, photography and others. Additionally, two popular book clubs – MCC Reads and More Great Books – will be offered online this fall.