PCC Fall 2012 registration under way | News
Pima Community College registration for the upcoming fall semester is in full swing today, with classes starting August 22. There are over 1,277 different course options (both credit and non-credit) across 76 different programs this year to choose from.
“From accounting and anthropology to welding and writing, there is no shortage of possibilities for anyone interested in furthering their education at Pima Community College,” said Provost Dr. Jerry Migler. “And with our convenient class schedule, affordable tuition and six campuses throughout metropolitan Tucson, our goal is to make learning as accessible as possible.”
“Our instructors are among the best in the business,” he said, of the over 350 full-time and nearly 1,500 adjunct faculty. “Their dedication to teaching is one of the main reasons Pima has such an outstanding reputation in Arizona and across the country.”
This semester, five new courses are being offered:
- Computer Information Systems (CIS) 289T9: Intermediate C
- Fashion Design/Clothing (FDC) 242: Draping II
- Fitness and Sports Sciences (FSS) 291): Fitness and Sports Sciences Internship
- History (HIS) 240: Medieval History
- Student Success (STU) 135: Stress Management
PCC also offers university transfer and occupational education programs in classes offered in the evening, on weekends, year-round, in traditional classroom settings, online, in web-classroom hybrids, and in semester-long or accelerated formats.
For more information, go to www.pima.edu, call the Information Center at 206-4500 or visit one of the campuses:
- Community Campus, 410 North Bonita Ave.
- Desert Vista Campus, 5901 South Calle Santa Cruz
- Downtown Campus, 1255 North Stone Ave.
- East Campus, 8181 East Irvington Road
- Northwest Campus, 7600 North Shannon Road
- West Campus, 2202 West Anklam Road
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