Schedule Types

There are several different formats and schedules for students to choose from at McLennan Community College. Students should be sure to check with their advisor to discuss registration and scheduling for next semester.

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Course Lengths

1st 8-week - Students will spend the same number of hours in the classroom in half the time of a traditional 16-Week course.

2nd 8-week - Students will spend the same number of hours in the classroom in half the time of a traditional 16-Week course.

16-week - Students will attend class for a 16-week period for approximately 3 hours each week.

Minimester - Classes taking place between the regular semesters. Students attend the class for 2-3 weeks with approximately 3-3 ½ hours of instruction per day five days a week.

6-week (Summer only) - Students will attend summer classes for a 6-week period for approximately 8 hours a each week.

9-week (Summer only) - Students will attend summer classes for a 9-week period for approximately 5 ½ hours a week.

11-week (Summer only) - Students will attend summer classes for a 11-week period for approximately 4 ½ hours a week.

Course Types

Blended - These classes blend two great learning options: online and face-to-face (either face-to-face in a classroom or through Zoom). Students will spend half of the class time completing work online and the other half will be spent face-to-face in a classroom or synchronously through Zoom.

CAI (Computer Assisted Instruction) - These math classes are taught primarily on the computer. Students must have passed the Texas Success Initiative (TSI) Assessment and are responsible for meeting all course deadlines outlined in the syllabus and/or posted on Brightspace.

ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) - These classes are recommended for students whose first or home language is not standard English or for whom placement scores indicate a need for further development of reading or writing skills. This is a developmental education course to fulfill TSI requirements.

Evening - These classes start at 5 p.m. or later in the evening.

Online - These classes are delivered online through the College’s learning management system, which allows for more flexibility for students. Online classes may contain a minimal amount of mandatory face-to-face sessions (either in-person or through Zoom). Students will need access to reliable technology and Internet, in order to successfully complete an online course. Find out more about our online options at

Hyflex - These classes allow students to have increased flexibility. For each class session, students may choose whether they want to attend class face-to-face in a classroom, through Zoom, or fully online.

Linked - These classes are generally developmental classes linked to a college-level class.

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Off-campus - Classes taught at locations other than MCC's main campus.

STEM - Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math courses.

Study Trip - These courses are offered throughout the country and even internationally, so students may learn outside the classroom. See all of the study-trip courses MCC offers.

Weekend - Weekend courses meet on Saturdays and/or Sundays.