Academic Plan by Semester
Students, click here, to view and download a form to create an academic plan by semester.
B-Term Spring 2014
DMA 010-080 seated (2 sections- MW 1230-245pm and MW 6-815pm)
ACA 122 online
HIS 111 online
PSY 150 online
SOC 210 online
The Fall 2013 Curriculum Class Schedule can be viewed and downloaded here.f
The Fall 2013 Continuing Education Class Schedule can be viewed and downloaded here.
The current list of ONLINE classes can be viewed and downloaded here.
Click here to view the new tuition rates effective July 1 passed by the NC General Assembly
Please note that the legislature has created new rates effective for any Continuing Education class starting
On or After August 15th, 2013.
Courses with 0-24 Contact Hours, Registration is $70
25-50 Contact Hours, Registration is $125.00
51+ Contact Hours, Registration is $180.00
The Summer 2013 Curriculum Class Schedule can be viewed and downloaded by clicking here.
The Summer 2013 Book List can be viewed and downloaded here.
The Summer Basic Skills Schedule can be viewed and downloaded here.
The Summer Continuing Education Schedule can be viewed and downloaded here.
The Summer Cultural/Life Enrichment Schedule can be viewed and downloaded here.
The Summer Fire-Rescue, EMS, Occupational Health Schedules can be viewed and downloaded here.
What are the differences between Curriculum/Programs Of Study and Continuing Education classes?
Curriculum Education (Programs Of Study) classes are college-credit courses that result in the awarding of college credit upon satisfactory completion. These college-credit classes apply towards degree, diploma, and certificate programs. In addition, many Curriculum Education classes at PCC qualify for transfer college credit to other colleges, including four-year institutions.
Continuing Education classes are non-credit courses where you can train, retrain, or update yourself in a vocational or professional area. These classes also are a fit for those seeking instruction enabling them to grow in basic knowledge, improve in home and community life, and develop or improve skills in leisure time activities. Continuing Education classes are also provided for individuals seeking to earn a GED and achieve high school equivalency.