Take a course or earn your degree without putting your life on hold. NWTC programs and classes are offered in a variety of ways to make learning convenient for you.
To view available classes, go to the Find a Class page and narrow your search by delivery method and schedule.
How do you want to learn?
Your instructor and fellow students are with you, face-to-face, in the classroom and/or lab. Classes are held on specific dates/times.
Learn anytime and anywhere you have access to the internet. Instructors are just a click away. View device and browser requirements »
Come to a campus for class on specific dates/times. You’ll engage with your instructor virtually through video conference technology, connecting room to room.
Learn anywhere you have access to the internet. Virtually meet at specific dates/times, connecting people to people. View device and browser requirements »
Online and one of the following delivery types: in person, video conference, or web conference.
Learning in Community (LinC)
Study and work in a group of no more than 24 students. Together, the group will take two or more classes which will be linked in multiple ways.
Each week you decide the way that works best for your schedule. Choose from in-person, web-conference, online, and recorded (our live classes are digitally recorded and available when you want to watch them).
Where do you want to learn?
In addition to classrooms and learning labs specifically designed for your academic program, NWTC offers many more ways to gain knowledge and experience in your chosen career field.
What kind of class works best for you?
Full Semester Class
Attend class as scheduled the entire length of the semester or longer.
Earn the same number of credits as in a traditional class but in less class time. You’ll experience more independent projects, fewer class meetings.
Student driven completion with available instructor support to be completed within class dates.
Classes are held Friday after 4pm, and/or Saturday, and/or Sunday.
Step up your skills and knowledge with short, non-credit seminars offered through NWTC’s Corporate Training and Educational Development department.