Tarrant County College offers a variety of credit courses through the Center for Distance Learning. Courses are offered via Instructional Television (ITV) and the Internet. These Distance Learning courses combine on-campus sessions (orientations, seminars, and examinations) with related readings and assignments.
Distance Learning courses offer students flexibility and convenience. Students are not required to come to campus as often for a Distance Learning course since much of the course work can be done at the student's home. Students have flexibility in selecting the time they will complete their weekly lessons and required activities.
In exchange for convenience, Distance Learning courses require students to have maturity, self-motivation, and self-discipline. All assignments are carefully explained in the written course materials, but the student must supply the motivation and discipline to complete the course work. It is the student's responsibility to complete assignments and tests during the scheduled time period.
Each course requires a commitment of time equal to that required by an on-campus course. Students who are employed, or who plan to seek employment, should carefully consider the amount of college work they attempt in relation to the number of hours they are employed each week. TCC reserves the right to limit the course load carried by any student. – less – More from ZoomInfo »