Aiken Technical College offers a number of classes in a variety of online formats from completion of degrees entirely online to using online resources to supplement traditional classes.
Online students participate in courses through the internet either with their home computers or with computers in labs on the ATC campus at times most convenient to their schedules. Courses usually begin during the first week of the term and end during the last week of the term. Assignments are due periodically, just as they are in traditional courses. While online courses require no on-campus meetings, attendance policies are strictly followed and students are required to take proctored exams in the ATC Test Center.
Hybrid courses combine classroom instruction with the features of online courses. Students usually complete 50 percent of their course work via face-to-face course meetings and 50 percent online using the internet.
Web Enhanced Courses
Many instructors teaching traditional face-to-face courses supplement them by using the College Course Management System (Blackboard) or web pages to make additional materials available to students outside of class via the internet. The course itself is delivered in a traditional face-to-face meeting time or number of meetings.
Aiken Technical College offers the option to complete Associate of Arts and Network Systems Management degrees entirely online! Click on a degree title below for a complete list of course requirements.