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Upcoming Courses at TCC Connect Campus

Get ahead this summer with online classes that fit your schedule. Learn about being an online student at TCC or registering online for classes.

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5 Reasons to Take Online Summer Courses at TCC Connect Campus

Save Money

At just $64 per credit hour, you could complete 15 hours–one full semester–for $960 if your permanent address is in Tarrant County. Compare that to the average tuition of four-year colleges and universities for the same classes, using the same materials and taught by the same instructors, and you will see the enormous cost savings.

Pick Your Schedule

TCC Connect Campus's "online anytime" schedule means you can take your classes day or night, working at your own pace and during the hours that make the most sense for your summer schedule.

Enjoy Variety

TCC offers 18 fully online programs including 5 associate degrees, 13 certificates and more than 350 online college credit courses. Program offerings include Accounting, Business, Small Business Management, Office Technology and many others.

Complete Your Core Classes

Taking online classes during the summer allows you to complete your core classes or prerequisites faster, saving your Fall and Spring terms for the specialized courses requiring greater time and focus.

Advance Faster

By taking classes during Maymester (May 10-31) and Summer Sessions 1 (June 3-July 3) and II (July 8-August 7), you can complete 15 hours or more of transferrable credits in just 11 weeks. This translates into graduating sooner and with more money in the bank!

Maymester 2019

Dates: May 10–31

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Summer I 2019

Dates: June 3–July 3

Course Title
ACNT–1311 Introduction to Computerized Accounting
ACCT–2301 Principles of Financial Accounting
ACCT–2302 Principles of Managerial Accounting
ACNT–1303 Introduction to Accounting
ARTS–1301 Art Appreciation
ARTS–2348 Digital Art
BCIS–1305 Business Computer Applications
BIOL–1408 Biology for Non-Science Majors I
BIOL–1409 Biology for Non-Science Majors II
BIOL–2316 Genetics (Lecture)
BMGT–1301 Supervision
BMGT–1305 Communications in Management
BMGT–1327 Principles of Management
BMGT–1341 Business Ethics
BUSG–1315 Small Business Operations
BUSG–2309 Small Business Management and Entrepreneurship
BUSI–1301 Business Principles
BUSI–2301 Business Law
CRIJ–1307 Crime in America
CRIJ–1310 Fundamentals of Criminal Law
CRIJ–2313 Correctional System and Practice
CRIJ–2323 Legal Aspects Law Enforcement
CRIJ–2328 Police Systems and Practices
CDEC–1359 Children With Special Needs
CDEC–2341 The School Age Child
COSC–1301 Introduction to Computing
DANC–2303 Dance Appreciation
DRAM–1310 Introduction to Theatre
DRAM–2366 Introduction to Cinema
ECON–2301 Principles of Macroeconomics
ECON–2302 Principles of Microeconomics
ENGL–1301 Composition I
ENGL–1302 Composition II
ENGL–2307 Creative Writing I
ENGL–2311 Technical and Business Writing
ENGL–2322 British Literature I
ENGL–2323 British Literature II
ENGL–2327 American Literature I
ENGL–2328 American Literature II
ENGL–2332 World Literature I
ENGL–2342 Forms of Literature I
FREN–1411 Beginning French I
GEOG–1303 World Regional Geography
GEOL–1403 Physical Geology (Lecture/Lab)
GOVT–2305 Federal Government
GOVT–2306 Texas Government
HECO–1322 Nutrition and Diet Therapy
HIST–1301 United States History I
HIST–1302 United States History II
HIST–2301 Texas History
HIST–2311 Western Civilization I
HRPO–1311 Human Relations
HRPO–2301 Human Resources Management
HUMA–1301 Introduction to Humanities
ITNW–1425 Fundamentals of Networking Technology
ITSW–1407 Introduction to Database
ITSY–2341 Security Management Practices
KINE–1129 Walk or Jog Beginning
KINE–1164 Introduction to Physical Fitness and Wellness
KINE–1304 Personal and Community Health
MATH–1314 College Algebra
MATH–1342 Elementary Statistical Methods
MRKG–1311 Principles of Marketing
MRKG–2333 Principles of Selling
MUSI–1306 Music Appreciation
PHIL–1301 Introduction to Philosophy
PHIL–1304 Introduction to World Religions
PHIL–2303 Introduction to Formal Logic
PHIL–2306 Introduction to Ethics
POFI–1449 Spreadsheets
POFT–1319 Records and Information Management
PSYC–2301 General Psychology
PSYC–2306 Human Sexuality
PSYC–2308 Child Psychology
PSYC–2314 Life Span Growth and Development
PSYC–2319 Social Psychology
SLPS–1371 Introduction to Security Management
SOCI–1301 Introduction to Sociology
SOCI–1306 Social Problems
SOCI–2301 Marriage and the Family
SPAN–1411 Beginning Spanish I
SPAN–1412 Beginning Spanish II
SPAN–2311 Intermediate Spanish I
SPCH–1311 Introduction to Speech Communication
SPCH–1315 Public Speaking
SPCH–1318 Interpersonal Communication
SPCH–1321 Business and Professional Communication
TECA–1303 Families, School and Community
TECA–1354 Child Growth and Development

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Summer II 2019

Dates: July 8–August 7

Course Title
ACCT–2301 Principles of Financial Accounting
ACCT–2302 Principles of Managerial Accounting
ACNT–1303 Introduction to Accounting I
ACNT–1313 Computerized Accounting Applications
ANTH–2346 General Anthropology
ARTS–1301 Art Appreciation
ARTS–2348 Digital Art
BCIS–1305 Business Computer Application
BIOL–1408 Biology for Non-Science Majors I
BIOL–1409 Biology for Non-Science Majors II
BIOL–2306 Environmental Biology
BIOL–2316 Genetics (Lecture)
BMGT–1301 Supervision
BMGT–1305 Communications in Management
BMGT–1327 Principles of Management
BMGT–1341 Business Ethics
BUSG–1315 Small Business Operations
BUSG–2309 Small Business Management and Entrepreneurship
BUSI–1301 Business Principles
BUSI–2301 Business Law
COSC–1301 Introduction to Computing
CRIJ–1306 Court Systems and Practices
CRIJ–2313 Correctional Systems and Practices
CRIJ–2314 Criminal Investigation
DAAC–1304 Pharmacology of Addiction
DAAC–2330 Multicultural Counseling
DANC–2303 Dance Appreciation
DRAM–1310 Introduction to Theatre
DRAM–2366 Introduction to Cinema
ECON–2301 Principles of Macroeconomics
ECON–2302 Principles of Microeconomics
ENGL–1301 Composition I
ENGL–1302 Composition II
ENGL–2307 Creative Writing I
ENGL–2311 Technical and Business Writing
ENGL–2322 British Literature I
ENGL–2323 British Literature II
ENGL–2327 American Literature I
ENGL–2328 American Literature II
ENGL–2332 World Literature I
ENGL–2333 World Literature II
FREN–1412 Beginning French II
GEOG–1303 World Regional Geography
GEOL–1403 Physical Geology (Lecture/Lab)
GEOL–1404 Historical Geology (Lecture/Lab)
GOVT–2305 Federal Government
GOVT–2306 Texas Government
HECO–1322 Nutrition and Diet Therapy
HIST–1301 United States History I
HIST–1302 United States History II
HIST–2301 Texas History
HIST–2312 Western Civilization II
HRPO–1311 Human Relations
HRPO–2301 Human Resources Management
HUMA–1301 Introduction to Humanities
ITNW–1425 Fundamentals of Networking Technology
ITSW–1407 Introduction to Database
KINE–1129 Walk or Jog Beginning
KINE–1164 Introduction to Physical Fitness and Wellness
KINE–1306 First Aid
MATH–1314 College Algebra
MATH–1342 Elementary Statistical Methods
MRKG–1311 Principles of Marketing
MRKG–2333 Principles of Selling
MUSI–1306 Music Appreciation
PHIL–1301 Introduction to Philosophy
PHIL–1304 Introduction to World Religions
PHIL–2306 Introduction to Ethics
PSYC–2301 General Psychology
PSYC–2306 Human Sexuality
PSYC–2308 Child Psychology
PSYC–2314 Life Span Growth and Development
PSYC–2315 Psychology of Adjustment
PSYC–2319 Social Psychology
SCWK–2305 Special Problems of Youth
SLPS–1391 Special Topics in Security and Loss Prevention Services
SOCW–2362 Social Welfare as a Social Institution
SOCI–1301 Introduction to Sociology
SOCI–1306 Social Problems
SOCI–2301 Marriage and the Family
SOCI–2336 Criminology
SPAN–1411 Beginning Spanish I
SPAN–1412 Beginning Spanish II
SPAN–2311 Intermediate Spanish I
SPAN–2312 Intermediate Spanish II
SPCH–1311 Introduction to Speech Communication
SPCH–1315 Public Speaking
SPCH–1318 Interpersonal Communication
SPCH–1321 Business and Professional Communication

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Summer 10-Week Session 2019

Dates: July 8–August 7

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Summer 12-Week Session 2019

Dates: May 27–August

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Summer Non-Credit 2019

Dates: August 5–August 9, 2019

Course Title
DNTA–2000 Nitrous Oxide Course and Exam

Dates: July 18, 2019 & August 30, 2019

Course Title
DNTX–2000 RDA Retest

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Updated April 08, 2019