Central Maine Community College traces its origin to 1963 when the 101st Maine Legislature submitted to public referendum the question of establishing a postsecondary vocational training program in Androscoggin County. The College offers educational opportunities for both transfer to baccalaureate programs and career preparation. Associate in arts and associate in science degrees are designed as the first two years of a more advanced degree. The associate in applied science degree, certificates, and diplomas are designed to prepare students for direct entry into the workplace. All graduates are expected to have a set of core competencies that will enable them to be qualified and productive members of the workforce and to continue their education after they graduate and throughout their lives.
CMCC currently offers the Medical Coding and Electronic Health Records degree 100% online. Many programs offering online classes also have on-campus requirements for degree seeking students. Online learning is great for people from all walks of life who require a flexible schedule to accommodate their busy lifestyle. Students should have basic knowledge of computer usage including the Internet, word processing, e-mail, and downloading and uploading files.
New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Commission on Institutions of Higher Education
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