Students will continue having the option of taking hybrid or fully online courses in Spring 2021. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 response, on-campus activities will be limited to primarily technical skills and lab-based courses.
The Computer-Integrated Machining program will start an evening cohort this spring. This program is a great fit for people who enjoy technology but also like to create and build things with their hands. HCC’s Information Technology program is available completely online. With more and more people working from home, a skilled Information Technology professional is behind the scenes to ensure programs are running smoothly and the risk of cyber-attacks are kept low.
For students planning to pursue a four-year degree, working from home during the pandemic is the best way to complete transfer requirements at a fraction of the cost. Instead of putting your degree on hold or taking a gap year, HCC offers classes to keep you on track so that when the time comes, credits will transfer to any college in the University of North Carolina System.