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  • Make the Most of Your Time

    We recognize that at this unprecedented time—that there are many of you at home—unable to work or travel to your place of employment. Edison State Community College is prepared to help you make the most of your unexpected time at home. We are offering both credit and non-credit courses that you can complete online—from the comfort and security of your own home. Use this time to take a course toward a degree or to enhance your current job skills.

    For Credit Courses

    Edison State has created a special 8-week credit term beginning March 30 and ending May 23, providing a full 8-weeks of online instruction and includes the courses listed below. We have a designated service team prepared to work quickly and individually with new students in order to make registration as easy as possible. You can get started for $161.62 per credit hour (for Ohio residents) and financial aid may be available. All you need is a computer with Microsoft Office software and a high-speed internet connection.

    Explore Health Sciences

    • Introduction to Health Care (ALH 101S)   This is an introductory course for those interested in the allied health field. The course introduces you to the medical profession, the health care team, health care settings, communication, professionalism, medical law and ethics, infection control and standard precautions. (This course is not intended for Nursing majors.) 
    • Health Care Medical Terminology (ALH 151S)  This course introduces basic medical language usage and pronunciation in identifying and categorizing major body structures and functions. Disease states, diagnostics, diagnostic testing and treatment are discussed and identified and related to organ systems. 

    Additional Transferable Courses

    • Composition I (ENG 121S)  The study and practice of essay writing by reading published authors and producing college-level writing for a variety of audiences and purposes. Employs critical thinking and analytical skills in both formal and informal writing. Formal writing is based on reporting information, narration, analysis and research. All writing will stress Standard English, organization and style. 
    • Computer Concepts and Applications (CIS 110S)  This course explores computer concepts with an emphasis on application software. You will gain an understanding of security and ethical issues related to the use of the computer. The course explores basic computer usage and word processing, spreadsheet, presentation and database software. 
    • Introduction to Humanities (HUM 121S)  This course provides a survey of the humanities, relating the cultural values of philosophy and religion to the fine arts, particularly music, literature, theater and visual arts. 
    • American National Government (PLS 121S)  This course provides an overview of the American system of government and examines the impact of public opinions, group interests and organizations on the institutions of American government. Particular attention is paid to issues which relate to the politics of public policy and the decision-making process. The nature of American democracy is examined and critically analyzed. 
    • Introduction to Psychology (PSY 121S)  An introduction to the scientific study of behavior and mental processes with an emphasis on personality, learning and memory, human sexuality, lifespan development, sensation and perception, health psychology, abnormal behavior and interventions, social psychology, stress, motivation and state of consciousness. 
    • World Religions (REL 121S)  This course provides an introduction to the historical development, cultural functions and fundamental tenets of major world religions including Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucianism, Taoism, Judaism, Christianity, Islam and contemporary religions.  
    Interested in a for credit course?  Email Amy Borgert at aborgert@edisonohio.edu or Amber Selhorst at aselhorst@edisonohio.edu to get started.  

    Non-Credit Courses

    Edison State also offers non-credit courses via TechOnline and ed2go. These courses are perfect for acquiring a new skill or enhancing your current job skills. 

    Featured ed2go Courses

    We are highlighting the following ed2go courses, but you can view the entire course catalog and register by clicking the button below. Courses have fixed monthly start dates. Choose your course and add it to your cart. You will choose your start date at checkout. You can begin the courses below on April 15 | May 13 | June 17.

    • Computer Skills for the Workforce  Confidently apply for jobs knowing that you possess the computer skills needed to perform the job. This course includes an introduction to Windows 10 and Office 2016 to provide the fundamental computer competencies you need to succeed in today's workplace.  6 Weeks Access | 24 Course Hours  
    • Start Your Own Small Business  Learn how to transform your passion and talent into a viable small business. This course will teach you about financing, marketing techniques, employee management, policy writing and time management—everything that you need to know to start you own business.  6 Weeks Access | 24 Course Hours 
    • Accounting Fundamentals  Gain a solid understanding of accounting with hands-on experience. this course will provide you with the essentials of double-entry bookkeeping as you learn to properly analyze and record receivable, payables, payroll, taxes and common banking activities within professional accounting documents.  6 Weeks Access | 24 Course Hours 

    ed2go 

    TechOnline Courses

    View our TechOnline course offerings by clicking the button below. TechOnline courses  are comprised of approximately 10 (ten) hours of online instruction that you complete at your own pace and convenience. Once you have finished the online portion, you will proceed to a scheduled hands-on evaluation in a lab setting with an experienced instructor. These courses can begin at any time, usually the same day that you enroll. You can complete the online component of these course now and we will schedule your lab requirement for a later date. See contact information below to register. 

    TechOnline 

    For more information on ed2go and TechOnline offerings, or to register for a TechOnline course, email Peggy Wiggins at pwiggins@edisonohio.edu