Your education is important to you, but so is your time. CVTC wants to work with you to make sure you can achieve all your educational goals.
That’s why CVTC offers several programs completely online – seven days a week, 24 hours a day. Whether you need to sneak in some coursework between shifts, finish up a paper once the kids are in bed, or complete a lesson on the weekend, CVTC’s online programs allow you to learn at a time and location that is best for you. You can earn your degree on your schedule, on your terms, online!
Online learning at CVTC means you can learn when and where it’s convenient for you; all you need is a computer and Internet connection. The program courses are the same, instructors still set deadlines and office time, and you learn the same skills as a face-to-face class. Most communication between you and your instructor will take place via email, but phone calls and WebEx chats can occur as well.
Our online learning method can be used to complete a technical diploma or associate degree, or take a single course online. Just like traditional courses, online classes range from 8-16 weeks and require about the same time commitment per week.
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We are proud to offer the following programs online:
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Whether you need to sneak in some coursework between shifts, finish up a paper once the kids are in bed, or complete a lesson on the weekend, CVTC’s online programs allow you to:
Whether you’re taking courses face to face or online, the CVTC staff is always here to support you. With available IT Help Desk, Advising, and Student Central team members, you can earn your CVTC degree on your schedule, on your terms, online.
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CPL grants college credit toward an associate degree or technical diploma for knowledge or skills you have gained that directly relate to your program. Previous knowledge and skills may be the result of work or volunteer experiences, certifications, apprenticeships, military training, extensive self-instruction, or professional development. Credit for Prior Learning affords you the opportunity to accelerate the completion of your educational goals.
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