Online Programs

Online Programs

Northampton Community College is dedicated to providing excellent, accessible, and comprehensive learning experiences for all students including dynamic online learning experiences.  Online programs at NCC combine the same quality of traditional academic programs with a flexible online format.

100% Online

  • 64 credits
  • Proctored testing*

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  • 63 credits
  • Proctored testing*

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  • 62-63 credits**
  • Proctored testing*

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  • 64-66 credits**
  • Proctored testing*

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  • 61 credits
  • Proctored testing*
  • Field experience required for most EARL & SPED classes

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  • 60-63 credits**
  • Proctored testing*

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  • 61 credits
  • Proctored testing*
  • consult with Academic Advising Office for course planning

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  • 60 credits
  • Proctored testing*

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  • 60 credits
  • Proctored testing*

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  • 60 credits
  • Proctored testing*

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  • 60 credits
  • Proctored testing*

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  • 60 credits
  • Proctored testing*

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  • 60 credits
  • Proctored testing*

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  • 61 credits
  • Proctored testing*
  • Field experience required for most EARL & SPED classes
  • 60 credits
  • Proctored testing*

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At Least 80% Online

  • 62 credits; 85% of courses are available online
  • Proctored testing*
  • On-campus course: PSAP280
  • Hybrid courses: PSAP250 & PSAP280
  • Field experience required: PSAP280

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  • 62 Credits; 95% of courses are available online
  • Proctored testing*
  • On-campus course: BUSA260

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  • 61 Credits; 89% of courses are available online
  • Proctored testing*
  • On-campus course: BIOS104/GEOG210 option; Study abroad option
  • Hybrid course: GLBL230
  • Field experience required: Field Experience option

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  • 67-68 credits**; 96% of courses are available online
  • Proctored testing*
  • Hybrid course: BIOS130
  • Field experience required: OFAD250

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  • 60 credits; 90% of courses are available online
  • Proctored testing*
  • On-campus courses: Two concentration courses

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  • 60 credits; 90% of courses are available online
  • Proctored testing*
  • On-campus courses: Two concentration courses

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  • 62 credits; 84% of courses are available online
  • Proctored testing*
  • On-campus courses: EDUC115 & EDUC260G
  • Hybrid course: CHEM135
  • Field experience required: EDUC115, EDUC260G, SPED160, ENGL215G

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  • 61 credits; 87% of courses are available online
  • Proctored testing*
  • Hybrid courses: BIOS204 & BIOS254
  • Field experience required: PUBH205

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  • 61 credits; 90% of courses are available online
  • Proctored testing*
  • On-campus courses: EDUC115 & EDUC260G
  • Field experience required: EDUC115, EDUC260G, SPED160, & ENGL215G

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  • 62 credits; 94% of courses are available online
  • Proctored testing*
  • Hybrid course: BIOS130

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Certs & Diplomas

  • 31 credits
  • Proctored testing*

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  • 18 credits
  • Proctored testing*

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  • 9 credits
  • Field experience required for most courses

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  • 9 credits
  • Special eligibility requirements; refer to Admissions

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  • 36 credits
  • Field experience required for most EARL courses

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  • 9 credits
  • Field experience required for SPED courses

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  • 27 credits
  • Field experience required for some LIBT courses

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* Proctored testing is required for at least one course is this program. If you need help determining if a course requires proctored testing, contact the Academic Advising Office.

**Some programs feature course choices that will impact the total amount of credits in a program. For detailed program information, click “View more program information” links above. Detailed program maps are provided for degrees. If you have additional questions, contact the Academic Advising Office.

***Some courses require students to complete off-campus field experiences such as observations, research projects, internships, or other practical experiences. Students can contact Admissions (610-861-5500 or adminfo@northampton.edu) for information on field experience requirements for specific programs.