Online Courses

Courses and programs offered in the online format at Texas A&M University – Corpus Christi incorporate the guidelines from Principles of Good Practice for Electronically Offered Academic degree and Certificate Programs, developed by the Western Cooperative for Educational telecommunications and adopted by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB) and the Commission on Colleges Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) Best Practices For Electronically Offered Degree and Certificate Programs.

Enrolling in Online Courses

Enrolling in online courses is the same as for a face to face course. Students must first be admitted to the university. See the Office of Admissions for requirements. Online courses are listed with the designation of “Online” under the Time and Bldg. columns in the semester schedule. To view the schedule and register for courses, go to: https://banner.tamucc.edu/schedule/.

List of Online Courses

The list of online courses can be accessed by going to SAIL and selecting Class Schedule.

To view online courses offered in a selected term/semester

    1. Select a Term
    2. Select a Course Subject or  All Subjects for a complete list.
    3. Select the course type: Web-based.
    4. Click the View button. 

To view the online courses offered in the eLine Nursing Program,

    1. Select a Term
    2. Select a Course Subject or  All Subjects for a complete list.
    3. Select the course type: ELine

The Course Exchange Program (CEP)

Developed to expand educational opportunities by increasing the number of distance education courses offered to students in the Texas A&M University System, the CEP allows students to take distance education courses from participating A&M System institutions.  Courses are transcripted as if they were taken at the student's home campus.  For more information check out the website at: http://cep.tamus.edu/ or contact the Office of Distance Education at 361-825-2122.

Open Online College Courses

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