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What We Offer

Learn on Demand is higher education on your time. We offer affordable, accredited courses and programs designed to fit your goals and your work schedule.

Learn on Demand Programs

At Learn on Demand, we offer programs designed to prepare you for today's high-demand careers. These programs are loaded with competency-based courses designed to help you succeed.

Learn on Demand Courses

Learn on Demand courses empowers learners to focus on mastery of valuable skills and knowledge.

Competency based learning focuses on the learner as an individual.

Available Courses for Spring 2020

  • ACT 101: Fundamentals of Accounting I
  • CIT 141: PHP I
  • CIT 155: Web Page Development
  • ENC 91: Foundation of College Writing II
  • ENG 100: English Workshop
  • MIT 103: Medical Office Terminology
  • MIT 224: Medical Practice Management
  • OST 160: Records & Database Management
  • OST 215: Office Procedures
  • OST 235: Business Communication Technology
  • RDG 185: College Reading
  •  ACC 201: Financial Accounting
  • ACC 202: Managerial Accounting
  • ACT 196: Payroll Accounting
  • ACT 279: Computerized Accounting System
  • BAS 120: Personal Finance
  • BAS 155: Personal Selling
  • BAS 160: Introduction to Business
  • BAS 170: Entrepreneurship
  • BAS 200: Small Business Management
  • BAS 201: Customer Svc Improvement Skill
  • BAS 212: Intro to Financial Management
  • BAS 267: Introduction to Business Law
  • BAS 270: Business Employability Seminar
  • BAS 274: Human Resource Management
  • BAS 282: Principles of Marketing
  • BAS 283: Principles of Management
  • BAS 284: Applied Management Skills
  • BAS 287: Supervisory Management
  • BAS 288: Personal/Organizational Leader
  • BAS 290: Management, Ethics and Society
  • BAS 291: Retail Management
  • BIO 120: Human Ecology
  • BIO 130: Aspects of Human Biology
  • ECO 201: Principles of Microeconomics
  • ECO 202: Principles of Macroeconomics
  • MAT 105: Business Mathematics
  • OST 275: Office Management
  • PHI 150: Business Ethics
  • PSY 180: Human Relations
  • QMS 101: Introduction to Quality System
  • AHS 115: Medical Terminology
  • BIO 135: Basic Anatomy/Physiology w/Lab
  • CIT 105: Introduction to Computers
  • CIT 111: Computer Hardware and Software
  • CIT 120: Computational Thinking
  • CIT 130: Productivity Software
  • CIT 140: JavaScript I
  • CIT 142: C++ I
  • CIT 144: Python I
  • CIT 150: Internet Technologies
  • CIT 160: Intro to Networking Concepts
  • CIT 170: Database Design Fundamentals
  • CIT 171: SQL I_
  • CIT 180: Security Fundamentals
  • CIT 182: Perimeter Defense
  • CIT 184: Attacks and Exploits
  • CIT 213: Microsoft Client Configuration
  • CIT 217: UNIX/Linux Administration
  • CIT 218: UNIX/Linux Net Infrastructure
  • CIT 261: MS Active Directory Services
  • CIT 262: MS Network Infrastructure
  • CIT 264: MS Server Administration
  • CIT 284: Computer Forensics
  • CIT 288: Network Security
  • CIT 290: Internship
  • CIT 293: CIT Employability Studies
  • CRJ 100: Intro to Criminal Justice
  • CRJ 102: Introduction to Corrections
  • CRJ 201: Intro to Criminalistics
  • CRJ 202: Issues/Ethics in Criminal Just
  • CRJ 208: Delinquency/Juve Justice Syst
  • CRJ 216: Criminal Law
  • CRJ 217: Criminal Procedures
  • DLC 101: Digital Literacy
  • FYE 100: Strategies for College Success
  • FYE 105: Achieving Academic Success
  • HCS 100: Public Healthcare in the US
  • HCS 110: Culture of Healthcare
  • HCS 125: History in Healthcare
  • HCS 145: Health IT Terminology
  • HCS 150: Health IT Analysis & Quality
  • HCS 165: Health Management Systems
  • HCS 180: Usability and Human Factors
  • HCS 200: Health IT Computer Systems
  • HCS 210: Implementing Health IT Systems
  • HCS 220: Working with HIT Systems
  • HCS 230: Vendor-Specific Systems
  • HCS 260: Health IT Instructional Design
  • HCS 280: Project Management & Teams
  • HCS 281: Health IT Customer Service
  • HCS 290: Leadership for Health IT
  • HCS 295: Health IT Capstone
  • MIT 106: Introduction to Medical Trans
  • MIT 204: Medical Coding
  • MIT 205: Advanced Medical Coding
  • MIT 206: Medical Transcription
  • MIT 217: Medical Office Procedures
  • MIT 228: Electronic Medical Records
  • MIT 230: Medical Information Management
  • MIT 295: MIT Capstone
  • POL 101: American Government
  • SOC 101: Intro to Sociology
  • BIO 112: Introduction to Biology
  • BIO 113: Introduction to Biology Laboratory
  • CHE 120: Chemistry in Society
  • PHY 171: Applied Physics
 
  • BIO 137: Human Ana & Phys I with Lab
  • BIO 139: Human Ana & Phys II with Lab
  • CIT 125: Intro to Digital Maps
  • CIT 161: Introduction to Networks
  • CIT 167: Routing & Switching Essentials
  • CIT 209: Scaling Networks
  • CIT 212: Connecting Networks
  • CIT 225: GIS Data Analysis
  • CIT 229: Selected Topics in GIS
  • CIT 232: Help Desk Operations
  • CIT 299: Special Topics
  • HST 121: Pharmacology
  • HST 122: Clinical Pathophysiology
  • MAT 110: Applied Mathematics
  • MAT 116: Technical Mathematics
  • MAT 150: College Algebra
  • MAT 155: Trigonometry
  • STA 220: Statistics
  • COM 181: Basic Public Speaking
  • COM 252: Intro to Interpersonal Communication
  • ENG 101: Writing I
  • ENG 102: Writing II
 
  • CIT 148: Visual Basic I
  • CIT 149: Java I
  • CIT 151: Social Media I
  • CIT 234: Advanced Productivity Software
  • CIT 236: Adv Data Organization Software
  • CIT 248: Visual Basic II
  • CIT 249: Java II
  • CIT 251: Social Media II
  • CIT 278: Visual Basic III
  • MAT 146: Contemporary College Math
  • MAT 170: Brief Calculus w/ Applications
  • MAT 55: Pre-Algebra
  • MAT 61: Foundations of College Algebra
  • MAT 65: Basic Algebra
  • MAT 85: Intermediate Algebra
  • MIT 104: Medical Insurance
  • MIT 208: Inpatient Coding
  • MIT 212: Medications
  • MIT 219: Coding Exam Preparation
  • OST 110: Word Processing Applications
  • OST 210: Adv Word Proc Application
  • OST 225: Intro to Desktop Publishing
  • OST 250: Advanced Desktop Publishing
 
  • ART 100: Intro to Art
  • ECO 101: Contemporary Economic Issues
  • HIS 101: World Civilization I
  • HIS 108: History of the US Through 1865
  • HIS 109: History of the US Since 1865
  • LOM 100: Introduction to Logistics Mgmt
  • LOM 101: Transportation Management
  • MRN 100: Introduction to Marine Technol
  • MRN 101: Anatomy of a Towboat
  • MRN 102: Basic Marine Safety
  • MRN 204: Marine Electrical Systems
  • MRN 214: Marine Refrigeration Systems
  • MUS 100: Intro to Music
  • PSY 110: General Psychology
  • PSY 223: Developmental Psychology
  • REL 130: Intro to Comparative Religion
  • SPA 101: Elemen Spanish I
  • SPA 102: Elemen Spanish II