Interested in earning your degree online?

Whether you want 100% online courses or a hybrid schedule, Maine’s community colleges offer a range of choices.  Certain degree programs are completely online, including the following:

CMCC: Accounting, Behavioral Health Studies,

Business Administration and Management, Criminal Justice, General Studies, Human Services, Justice Studies, Liberal Studies, Medical Coding and Electronic Health Records

EMCC: Business Management, Liberal Studies

KVCC: Liberal Studies, Business Administration

SMCC: Liberal Studies, Business Administration

WCCC: Business Management, Education, Entrepreneurship, Production Technician

YCCC: Accounting, Behavioral Health Studies, Business Administration, Business Administration-Finance, Community Mental Health-Certificate, Criminal Justice, Financial Planning, Forensic Social Work, Gerontology, Gerontology-Certificate, Help Desk and User Support-Certificate, Information Technology, Liberal Studies, Networked Systems Technology-Certificate, Small Business Management-Certificate, Web Development-Certificate. Also, programs with at least 80% of courses offered online: Computer Science, Education, and Health Studies.

Information about online offerings at each college is available through the links below or by contacting the school’s admissions office:

Central Maine Community College

Eastern Maine Community College

Kennebec Valley Community College

Northern Maine Community College

Southern Maine Community College

Washington County Community College
(search for online courses by selecting “online” from the “campus” field)

York County Community College