Search the EMCC class schedule for all classes that are available for enrollment. Use the filters on the left sidebar of the Search Classes page to narrow the results to fit your needs. Click here to learn more about the different types of classes offered at EMCC.
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Semester: All classes available during a specific semester or term.
Credit Type: All classes sorted by credit (academic/degree-tracked), noncredit (personal development or interest), or clock hour (technical/job training programs).
Delivery Mode: All classes available by instructional format, such as online or in-person.
Fast-Track: Fast-Track to Completion classes provide students with opportunities to enroll in classes that start at different times throughout the semester and allow students to complete courses in a shorter period of time. These fast-paced, short-term classes do not reduce the amount of student work or effort required to succeed in the course.
Location: All classes available based on location, such as EMCC Main Campus in Avondale, EMCC Buckeye Educational Center in Buckeye, or other.
Meeting Time: All classes available during day or evening time blocks.
Honors: All classes that meet Honors Program requirements. The Honors Program is designed to enhance the intellectual experience of students through enrollment in Honors courses, independent study options, and increased contact with Honors students at Estrella Mountain and within the Maricopa District. Students who have met the Honors Program requirements are eligible to enroll in honors classes and require written approval from the Honors Program Office.
There are two different types of classes that you can take as an Honors student. The first type of class is the Honors Program Section. These classes are offered concurrently within a regular section but include additional honors project requirements. Your instructor will provide you the opportunity to design an honors project that will enable you to critically think through the course subject matter. The second type is the Honors Only Cohort class, which is comprised only of Honors students. Participating in an Honors Only Cohort class provides a sense of community, encourages independent learning, and helps develop leadership skills. For more information, please contact the Honors Program Office at 623 935 8222.
General Education: Search for classes based on the general education designations that may fulfill program or degree requirements.
Open/Closed: Search for classes based on their open status. Open classes are available for enrollment. Closed classes may be open for enrollment with a waitlist.
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