June 16, 2020

In accordance with updated guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, San Bernardino County, the Chancellor’s Office, and to substantially limit in-person interactions, Copper Mountain College is increasing the availability and offerings for a wider range of classes online for the Fall semester.

Melynie Schiel, Dean of Instruction, shared, “We have moved many classes to online delivery to continue our commitment to meeting the diverse needs of our community of students. CMC is poised to provide services to recent high school graduates who may wish to take classes with us rather than pay a higher tuition rate for online freshman and sophomore-level courses at a 4-year institution. Our courses transfer throughout the CSU and UC system and we have many programs that, once completed, guarantee acceptance into the California State University system.”

CMC is still planning to offer a full range of programs and courses. Additional changes to course modalities will be finalized by the end of July; classes begin on August 24th. The full schedule of classes can be found by visiting our website.

Here is the current list of all online classes being offered:

Algebra for Statistics
Assembler Programming
Business Law
Child Development
Child Family and Community
College Algebra
College Composition
Community and the Justice System
Comp Business Applications for Windows
Composition and Literature
Computer Security Specialist/Security Training
Conservation of Natural Resources
Correctional Systems
Criminal Law
Death & Dying
Decision Making and Advocacy
Descriptive Astronomy
Descriptive Astronomy Lab
Developmental Psychology
Digital Photography
Elementary American Sign Language I
Elementary Spanish
Elements of Biology
Elements of Biology Lab
Fire Apparatus and Equipment
Fire Protection Equip & Systems
Fire Protection Organizations
Fundamentals of Statistics
General Logic
General Microbiology
General Nutrition
General Psychology
Hazardous Materials
History of Rock N’ Roll
Human Anatomy
Human Physiology
Human Sexuality Intercultural Communication
Intermediate Algebra
Intermediate Spanish
Interpersonal Communication
Intro to Comparative Governments
Intro to Computer Science
Intro to Criminal Justice
Intro to Expository Writing
Intro to Government
Intro to Sociology
Intro to the Visual Arts of Non-western Cultures
Introduction to Business
Introduction to Music
Introduction to Philosophy
Introduction to Theatre
Introductory General Chem
Living and Teaching in a Diverse Society
Molecular and Cellular Biology
Multivariate Calculus
Personal & Community Health
Personal & Social Adjustment
Personal & Social Adjustment
Principles of Investigations
Principles of Macroeconomics
Principles of Microeconomics
Principles of Real Estate
Public Speaking
Real Estate Practice
Statistical Methods
Supplemental Instruction-Information Competency Skills
US History from Recon to Present
US History Through Reconstruction
Web Page Content Development
Western Art History: Renaissance to Contemporary
World Literature I: Beg through 1650

For more information about classes, financial aid, applying, or registering, please see our website or call 760.366.3791.