Common Online Courses

Career Pathways and General Education - Online Courses

Career Pathways and general education courses allow juniors and seniors to take college courses while still in high school. Students may earn high school and college credit at the same time. These courses are known as dual credit or concurrent enrollment. Tuition assistance may also be available. For more information, check with your school counselor.

Students have the opportunity to take a sequence of courses leading to a college certificate, diploma, and degree. High school students commonly select from the Career Pathway courses listed below. General education courses are also available online.

College courses are offered in a variety of formats: online, televised, lecture, lab or a combination. Students may participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at CCC campuses or centers.

Career Pathways - Online Courses
Agricultural Sciences 
AGRI 1030 Intro to Agriculture and Natural Resources
AGRI 1260 Intro to Agriculture Technology
Business, Marketing and Management 
BSAD 1050 Intro to Business
BSAD 2520 Principles of Marketing
BSAD 2540 Principles of Management
ENTR 1050 Intro to Entrepreneurship
Business Technology 
BTEC 1110 Computer and Internet Literacy
BTEC 1570 Desktop Publishing
BTEC 1710 Word Specialist
BTEC 1720 Excel Specialist
BTEC 1730 PowerPoint Specialist
BTEC 1740 Access Specialist
Criminal Justice
CRIM 1010 Intro to Criminal Justice 
CRIM 1020 Intro to Corrections
CRIM 1030 Courts and the Judicial Process
CRIM 2030 Police & Society
Information Technology & Systems
INFO 1100 Intro to Information Tech and Systems
INFO 1120 Microcomputer Application (elective)
INFO 1600 IT Support
INFO 1670 IT Essentials

Popular General Education - Online Courses
ACCT 1200 Principles of Accounting I
ACCT 1210 Principles of Accounting II
ARTS 1250 Art Fundamentals
BIOS 1010 General Biology
BIOS 1020 Human Biology
ECON 2110 Principles of Macroeconomics
ENGL 1010 English Composition I
ENGL 1020 English Composition II
ENGL 2100 Intro to Literature
ENGL 2340 American Literature
HIST 1710 World Civilizations After 1500
HIST 2010 American History I
HIST 2020 American History II
HLTH 1030 Basic Medical Terms
HLTH 1060 Comprehensive Medical Terms
HLTH 1470 Nutrition
INFO 1760 Cisco I - Intro to Network Systems
INFO 1770 Cisco II - Routing and Switching
MATH 1150 College Algebra
MATH 2170 Applied Statistics
MUSC 1010 Intro to Music
POLS 1000 American Government
PSYC 1150 Human Relations
PSYC 1810 Intro to Psychology
PSYC 2890 Developmental Psychology
SOCI 1010 Intro to Sociology
SPCH 1110 Public Speaking

If dual credit is of interest or need to a student, please let us know prior to registration of the course.

Students will complete an exam or provide scores from a previous ACT or MAP assessment when enrolling in ENGL, MATH, CHEM or PHYS.

Before enrolling in a college course, students will create an account. They can do so by visiting www.cccneb.edu/createaccount.

Students wanting to take advantage of college will complete an Early College registration. For information and assistance, contact your school counselor or CCC representative.

Many of the courses taken at Central Community College will apply towards programs at CCC or transfer to other two-and-four year colleges and universities. For more information, visit  transfer.nebraska.edu

Admissions Checklist
  • High school junior or senior and 16 years old can enroll in college courses.
  • Create a CCC student account www.cccneb.edu/createaccount
  • Provide ACT or MAP assessment as advised.
  • Complete Early College registration form.
  • Visit CCC Follett for textbook information or online at www.efollett.com
  • Some college courses may not require the purchase of a textbook. Check with your school counselor/instructor before purchasing material.

For More Information Visit:

Early College
www.cccneb.edu/earlycollege

Central Online
www.cccneb.edu/online

Programs Available Online:

Associate of Applied Science or Diploma:
Business Administration, Accounting, Entrepreneurship and Logistics
Business Technology
Health Information Management Services
Information Technology and Systems
Quality Technology

Certificate:
Business Administration, Accounting, Entrepreneurship and Logistics
Business Technology
Health Information Management Services
Information Technology and Systems
Library and Information Services
Quality Technology

Contact your ELS representative for more information:

Area Wide
Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Columbus
Karin Rieger
Associate Dean
402-562-1222

Erica Leffler
Regional Director
402-562-1458

Grand Island

Jerry Dunn
Regional Director
308-398-7447

Hastings
Jason Davis
Associate Dean
402-461-2430

Sandy Samuelson
Regional Director
402-461-2529

Kearney
Dr. Kelly Christensen
Associate Dean
308-338-4002

Ruth Kirkland
Learning Center Manager
308-338-4012

Holdrege
Diana Watson
Regional Director
308-338-4070

Lexington
Amy Hill
Regional Director
308-338-4080

Ord
Dr. Crystal Ramm
Regional Director
308-728-3299