Allan Hancock College is encouraging students to earn additional college credits by enrolling in short-term fall classes starting Oct. 11.
Registration is underway for more than 70 short-term fall classes in English, sociology, art, business, history, viticulture and more. Many of the classes are offered online and can be completed in just eight weeks. The short-term class offerings also include classes that meet only once and others that meet on the weekends.
Several of Hancock’s short-term fall classes also meet the general education requirements for students attending UCSB and Cal Poly. UCSB students can view a list of open classes at https://bit.ly/shorttermUCSB. Cal Poly students can view a list of eligible classes at https://bit.ly/shorttermCalPoly.
Students taking short-term classes can earn between 0.5 and 3 units depending on the class. Registration is now open and continues until the day before a class starts.
Hancock’s Community Education is also offering short-term noncredit classes starting Oct. 11. Offerings include Conversation for Beginning ESL, Introduction to Microsoft PowerPoint, and classes in a new Childcare License and Preparation program. To view a full roster of available Community Education classes, visit www.hancockcollege.edu/communityed.
A full listing of the short-term credit classes is available at www.hancockcollege.edu/shortterm. Registration is ongoing and short-term classes begin Oct. 11.