Skip Navigation LinksHome : Academics : Distance Education : Non-Credit Distance Education
 Rate this page

Continuing Education Online Non-Credit Courses

Our online courses are instructor facilitated, informative, fun and convenient. Take courses with our online training partner Ed2Go from the comfort of your home, office, or on the go, anywhere you can connect to the Internet at times that are most convenient for you!

Each course is 6 weeks long with two lessons each week and includes an online orientation, communication with the instructor, learning activities, online discussion areas, and optional quizzes. New sections begin each month.

You must have a computer with access to the Internet and an email address to participate. Additional requirements, if any, will be listed with the course description. For help with registering for online courses, please call the Continuing Education and Workforce Development division.

ed2GoExternal Link

Go to Link to get started today!

Steps to Register for an Online Course:

  1. Go to Link and browse the course catalog. Select a course and review the description, outline, requirements, cost, and start dates.
  2. Click the ENROLL NOW button, then select the month that you would like to start and click CONTINUE.
  3. If you are a New Student, enter your email address and click on CREATE ACCOUNT. If you are a Returning Student, enter your email address and password and SIGN IN.  Complete the pre-enrollment process as directed online. You are now on the course roster and will receive an email, but you will not be officially registered unless we receive a Wor-Wic registration form and payment within three days of the course start date.
  4. Submit a CEWD Registration Form and Payment to the Continuing Education and Workforce Development Division by fax, mail, or in person. Note: You must go through steps 1-3 before your course start date for all courses you plan to take in order to gain classroom access, even if you have submitted a paper registration form and paid for your course(s).

Additional Information: You must be 16 years of age or older and have access to a computer with Internet. High school students must get their high schools to send a permission letter from the school to the college.

Some courses may require textbooks that can only be purchased through an online vendor, not through the campus bookstore. MD senior residents age 60+ pay the course fee listed online plus a $6 registration fee, not the tuition. Out-of-county and out-of-state fees apply.

All students need to register by Mail, Walk-in, or Faxing their completed registration form to the Continuing Education and Workforce Development Office. Online registration via InstantEnrollment is not available at this time. You may download a registration formAdobe Portable Document Format (PDF) icon here.

Rate this web page