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Co-Listed Credit Classes

You could gain a skill by taking just a couple of courses. Or you could "get your feet wet" and decide if you want to seek a certificate or degree. It is possible through CO-LISTING. You sign up for the class with the non-credit side of the College, pay less tuition, and receive the high-quality instruction of academic faculty.

*Call for a listing of available co-listed classes.

Students seeking to register in co-listing classes should be referred to the CE department for registration and individual assistance.


Frequently Asked Questions

What are Co-Listed Courses?

Co-listed courses are credit courses. Students enroll in the Corporate and Community Education (CCE) Division and are allowed the opportunity to participate in a credit course for non-credit. This collaboration allows non-credit students who would like to enhance their skills or learn something new in a particular discipline the opportunity to register in a credit course without entering into a credit degree plan.

Who is interested in Co-listed Classes?

  1. Degreed students seeking professional development.
  2. Life-long learners.
  3. Students seeking college experience.

Which academic courses can I take?

  1. Almost all subject courses are eligible to be co-listed. Each department chairperson and/ or lead instructor is given the right to allow students into a co-listed course within the department and/or discipline.
  2. Upper-level courses can be considered for co-listing on an individual basis. CCE will seek approval from the department chairperson and/or lead instructor as well.

How will I benefit?

  1. Enrolling as a co-listed student allows the student to enroll in a credit course to obtain the competencies of the course without entering into a credit degree plan.
  2. No THEA (testing) requirements.
  3. Normally no pre-requisite requirements.
  4. Reduced tuition and fees.
  5. Increased course offerings available to the student.
  6. Upon course completion, the student will receive a Certificate of Completion – only if the student has successfully completed 80% of the course requirements.

Contact Information

Ozuna (OZU 132-136)



Hours of Operation

8:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Tuesday - Friday
8:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.



Registration Information

Registration Location:
Ozuna (OZU 132)

Registration Hours:
8:00 a.m.- 7:00 p.m.
Tuesday - Friday
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.