Evening College - Any time is the right time!

Who says you can’t be a working professional and a student? At Central Carolina, we make it easier than ever to advance your education. That’s why CCTC is now offering an on-campus Evening College program that provides an opportunity for career-focused students and busy working professionals to work toward their college degree in the evening and meet their individual schedules and needs.

Balance

CCTC’s Evening College program allows you to earn your degree while maintaining your job and responsibilities at home. Most courses are held between 6 p.m. and 9 p.m.

Flexibility

Courses offered to meet adult student needs. With courses offered at the college’s Main Campus in Sumter, you aren’t far from making your education happen. CCTC also offers online courses, providing you with even more options that can accommodate your busy schedule.

Personalized Attention

Evening classes are designed for engaged learners. Small class sizes, hands-on learning, and peer interaction allow you to experience personalized education. The relaxed atmosphere of evening classes allows for open dialogue with your instructor and classmates so you can actively participate in your education.

The following are programs currently being offered in the evening

*Due to limited availability, some program start dates may vary. For more information, the program contact is listed for each program.

Associate in Arts Degree (Main Campus)

Fall – First yearCOL 105 – Freshman Seminar
COL 110 – Information Literacy (*Courses taught completely ONLINE)
ART 101 – Art History and Appreciation
Spring – First yearREL 101 – Introduction to Religion
ENG 101 – English Composition I
Summer – First yearENG 102 – English Composition II
PSY 201 – General Psychology
Fall – Second yearMAT 120 – Probability and Statistics
PSY 203 – Human Growth and Development
Spring – Second yearENG 214 – Fiction
HIS 202 – American History: 1877 to Present
Summer – Second yearSPC 205 – Public Speaking
SOC 101 – Introduction to Sociology
Fall – Third yearBIO 101 – Biological Science I
PHI 110 (online) – Ethics
Spring – Third yearBIO 102 – Biological Science II
HIS 122 – History, Technology and Society
GEO 102 – World Geography or ANT 101 – General Anthropology or PSC 201 – American Government (*Courses taught completely ONLINE)
Summer – Third yearENG 236 – African American Literature
ART 105 – Film as Art

Program Contact:

Margaret Floyd

Department Chair, English

(803) 774-3355, ext. 355

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Associate in Science Degree (Main Campus)

Fall – First yearCOL 105 – Freshman Seminar
COL 110 – Information Literacy (*Courses taught completely ONLINE)
BIO 101 – Biological Science I
Spring – First yearBIO 102 – Biological Science II
ENG 101 – English Composition I
Summer – First yearENG 102 – English Composition II
PSY 201 – General Psychology
Fall – second yearMAT 120 – Probability and Statistics
PSY 203 – Human Growth and Development
Spring – second yearMAT 110 – College Algebra
HIS 202 – American History: 1877 to Present
Summer – second yearSPC 205 – Public Speaking
MAT 111 – College Trigonometry
Fall – Third yearBIO 210 – Anatomy and Physiology I
ART 101 – Art History and Appreciation
Spring – Third yearBIO 211 – Anatomy and Physiology II
REL 101 – Introduction to Religion or HIS 122 – History, Technology and Society
Summer – Third yearAST 101 – Solar System Astronomy or AST 102 – Stellar Astronomy (*Courses taught completely ONLINE)
ART 105 – Film as Art

Program Contact:

Orlando Robinson

Department Chair, Science

(803) 778-7870, ext. 470

M616

Basic Air Conditioning and Heating Certificate (Main Campus)

Fall – First yearCOL 105 – Freshman Seminar
ACR 102 – Tools and Service Techniques
ACR 106 – Basic Electricity for HVAC/R
Spring – First yearACR 109 – Tools and Service Techniques II
ACR 120 – Basic Air Conditioning
ACR 140 – Automatic Controls
Summer – First yearACR 210 – Heat Pumps
ACR 250 – Duct Fabrication
Fall – Second yearACR 110 – Heating Fundamentals
ACR 175 – EPA 608 Certification Preparation
ACR 224 – Codes and Ordinances

Program Contact:

Chris Watkins

Academic Program Manager, HVAC/R

(803) 778-7886, ext. 486

M430

Basic Machining and CNC Fundamentals Certificate (Main Campus)

Fall – First yearMTT 120 – Machine Tool Print Reading
MTT 151 – Precision Machining I
MTT 152 – Precision Machining II
Spring – First yearMTT 251 – CNC Operations
MTT 249 -Introduction to Cam
MTT 153 – Precision Machining III
Summer – First yearMTT 253 – CNC Programming and Operations.
MTT 258 – Machine Tool Cam
Fall – Second yearCOL 105 – Freshman Seminar
MAT 155 – Contemporary Mathematics

Program Contact:

Ladell Humphries

Academic Program Manager, Manufacturing Technology

(803) 778-7814, ext. 414

A406

Entrepreneurship/Small Business Management Certificate (Lee Campus)

Fall – First yearACC 101 – Accounting Principles I
BUS 101 – Introduction to Business
COL 105 – Freshman Seminar
Spring – First yearBUS 110 – Entrepreneurship
BUS 121 – Business Law I
MKT 101 – Marketing
Summer – First yearMGT 245 – Decision Support Systems
MKT 135 – Customer Service Techniques.
Fall – Second yearIDS 201 – Leadership Development
MGT 121 – Small Business Operations

Program Contact:

Matthew Cady

Instructor, Accounting & Management

(803) 778-6665, ext. 265

M100G

Pre-Nursing Preparatory Certificate (Main Campus & Kershaw Campus)
Fall – First yearCOL 105 – Freshman Seminar
COL 110 – Information Literacy (*Courses taught completely ONLINE)
AHS 102 – Medical Terminology
Spring – First yearBIO 112 – Basic Anatomy and Physiology
ENG 101 – English Composition I
Summer – First yearBIO 210 – Anatomy and Physiology I
PSY 201 – General Psychology
Fall – Second yearBIO 211 – Anatomy and Physiology II
MAT 120 – Probability and Statistics
Spring – Second yearBIO 225 – Microbiology
HIS 202 – American History: 1877 to Present

Program Contact:

Taylor DuBose

Department Chair, Nursing

(803) 778-7806, ext. 406

H177

Supervision and Leadership Foundations Certificate (F. E. DuBose Campus)

Fall – First yearACC 101 – Accounting Principles I
COL 105 – Freshman Seminar
MGT 101 – Principles of Management
Spring – First yearBUS 121 – Business Law I
IDS 201 – Leadership Development.
Summer – First yearBUS 101 – Introduction to Business
MKT 135 – Customer Service Techniques
Fall – Second yearMGT 150 – Fundamentals of Supervision
MGT 201 – Human Resource Management

Program Contact:

Matthew Cady

Instructor, Accounting & Management

(803) 778-6665, ext. 265

M100G

Welding Certificate (Main Campus)

Fall – First yearCOL 105 – Freshman Seminar
WLD 111 – Arc Welding I
WLD 106 – Gas and Arc Welding
Spring – First yearWLD 132 – Inert Gas Welding Ferrous
WLD 113 – Arc Welding II
Summer – First yearIMT 211 – Basic Industrial Skills II
WLD 160 – Fabrication Welding
WLD 109 – Gas Metal Arc Welding II
Fall – Second yearWLD 103 – Print Reading I
WLD 142 – Maintenance Welding
WLD 222 – Advanced Fabrication Welding

Program Contact:

Axel Reis

Department Chair, Welding Technology

(803) 778-7863, ext. 463

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