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* Some courses are only open to selected populations. Check course requirements or contact the Advising Center for availability. *

Designates a fully online or hybrid course. Hybrid courses can be completed between 50-75% online, with some required in-class meetings.

AGR 111–A Four Season Farming

AGR 119–A Mushroom Cultivation

BIO 124–A Introductory Horticulture

BIO 124–B Introductory Horticulture

BUS 111–C Introduction to Business

BUS 209–B Principles of Marketing

CIS 140–4 Microcomputer Software Tools I

CIS 150–Z Programming Principles and Concepts

EDU 141–B Relationships, Families, and Community

ENG 101–4 English Composition I: Expository Writing

ENG 101–B English Composition I: Expository Writing

ENG 116–A English Composition II: Analysis of Literature and Film

ENG 116–B English Composition II: Analysis of Literature and Film

ENG 112–A English Composition II: Exploring Literature

ENG 112–B English Composition II: Exploring Literature

GWS 115–A Introduction to Gender and Women’s Studies

HIS 131–2 Women in American History

MAC 271–B Medical Assistant Practicum

MAT 107–4 College Algebra

MAT 095–4 Introductory Algebra

MAT 117–A Mathematical Problem Solving

MAT 014–4 Preparatory Course for Statistics

NUR 109–A Advanced Concepts in Practical Nursing

NUR 109–B Advanced Concepts in Practical Nursing

NUR 109–C Advanced Concepts in Practical Nursing

NUR 109–D Advanced Concepts in Practical Nursing

NUR 108C–D Maternity Nursing Clinical

NUR 108C–E Maternity Nursing Clinical

NUR 106C–D Pediatric Nursing Clinical

NUR 106C–E Pediatric Nursing Clinical

NUR 106C–F Pediatric Nursing Clinical

OLP 148–A Ice Climbing

OLP 201–A Individual Project in Outdoor Leadership

OLP 231–A River Canoe Instructor

OLP 230–A Rock Climbing Instructor

OLP 120–A Wilderness Medical Preparedness and Rescue

OLP 216–A Wilderness-Based Adventure Planning and Fieldwork

PCS 101–2 Public Speaking

POL 101–2 American Politics

PSY 217–E Human Growth and Development

PSY 101–2 Principles of Psychology

PSY 101–B Principles of Psychology

SOC 101–D Principles of Sociology

SOC 101–G Principles of Sociology

SOC 201–A Social Problems

THE 106–A Stage Craft

How to enroll

Current GCC students can register for classes through MyGCC with an advising PIN, or by contacting your advisor or the Advising Center.

Students new to GCC should follow our steps to enroll. (You may need to complete placement testing, or show proof that you have met class pre-requisites.)

In most cases, if you just want to take a class but don't need financial aid and don't plan to complete a degree or certificate at GCC, you can complete and submit a registration form to sign up for classes.

Make note of the class subject code, number, section and CRN before filling out your registration form.