Programs and Classes
Northeastern College offers over 80 programs of study. This includes degrees that transfer to 4-year institutions and degrees or certifications that can be completed in two years or less.
Northeastern offers online courses on just about every topic you can imagine - from Creating Web Pages to Accounting Fundamentals, Statistics to Economics, Biology to Music Appreciation, and much, much more. We also offer a variety of course formats, from fully online to hybrid, or blended. The hybrid courses allow you to combine the best of online and classroom learning, offering the convenience of distance learning with the opportunity to meet face to face with your instructor and classmates. Learn more about Online Classes here.
Advanced Degree Options
Find out what colleges and universities have advanced degree programs available through Northeastern.
The Honors program is designed to enable you to develop to your fullest potential while you're a student on our campus. You're offered opportunities for extended academic and personal growth through special courses emphasizing critical thinking, verbal expression and creative problem-solving. You'll be inspired and challenged to move beyond the basic by instructors and staff who value your higher academic performance. Leadership development and community building experiences for highly motivated students are also benefits you may enjoy.
Learn more about the NJC Honors Program here.
Accelerate through a pre-college course in 10 days! Jump Start NJC is an opportunity for incoming NJC students to arrive to campus early and accelerate through an entire pre-college level course—like CCR 92, MAT 50 or MAT 55—saving them from taking these 5-credits. Additionally, Jump Start NJC students settle into their resident hall early, make connections with other students, gain academic success skills, learn campus and community resources, and get a great head start on the academic year. Interested students must apply. Space is limited. Learn more about the Jump Start program here.
Health, Wellness, and Coaching
- Want to take Yoga, Kickboxing, or other exercise classes? Check out the Class Schedule for available classes.
- Interested in becoming CHSAA certified for high school coaching? Contact Marci Henry to learn more about coaching classes.
Concurrent Enrollment Courses
Did you know that Northeastern has worked with area high schools since 1988 to help high school students get a head start on earning college credit? Are you motivated, responsible, and looking for a challenge? Do you want to knock out college credits by taking college classes for both high school and college credit? If so, you are a great candidate for Concurrent Enrollment. Learn more about Concurrent Enrollment options here.
Interested in getting your GED? Need help with English as a second language? Need help with workplace and college readiness? Interested in Citizenship Classes? Visit the Basic Education section to learn more about how we can help.
Register at Northeastern Junior College in the Hays Student Center Room 132 Monday– Friday 8:00am to 5:00pm starting May 12th. Registration is open until classes are full. Pre-registration and Pre-payment are REQUIRED for all classes. Sorry no phone or mail in registrations allowed. First come, first served. Class sizes are limited. Grade level=grade entering in the fall of 2014. Cost includes all fees and supplies. Full brochure available at the Kids College page. For more information about registration, payment, location, and fees, call 970.521.6663.
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