Late-Starting Credit Courses Begin Feb. 21 and March 21
Weekend Program in Business Administration Starts March 24


It’s not too late to sign up for a credit course this semester at Mercer County Community College. To accommodate as many busy schedules as possible, the college is offering late-starting credit classes for its spring semester that meet for ten, seven and five weeks. Courses begin February 21 and March 21. Classes offered include basic subjects such as English Composition, Algebra and U.S. History, plus many popular courses such as Spanish, Introductory Psychology and Watercolor Painting.

For those interested in Business courses, weekend classes begin March 24 as part of the “Flexible Learning in Business” program, which is offering Business Law, Business Statistics, Financial Accounting, Pre-Calculus, English, Microeconomics and more. Designed for working professionals, the program enables students to complete an associate in science degree in Business Administration in 18-24 months. Students take classes in continuous cycles of nine weeks duration.

For those who have been out of school for a while and are thinking about beginning or returning to college, Mercer is offering the ARISE (Adults Returning in Search of Education) workshop on Wednesday evening, Feb. 15, at 6 p.m. in the Student Center. Topics include managing work, family and college; facing fears; earning credit for life or work experience; and enhancing career possibilities.

Call the MCCC Admissions office at 609-586-0505 to sign up for the ARISE workshop or to get more information about late-starting courses. The course dates and times are listed on the college website here.

For more information about the "Flexible Learning in Business" program contact faculty member Laura Sosa at 609-586-4800 ext. 3475 or e-mail

Late-Starting Classes for Spring 2006

The "Flexible Learning in Business Program

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