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Online Courses

Online courses (WEB) offer students the opportunity to complete the work for a particular course via the Internet. Online courses are a good choice for self-motivated, self-directed students who need classes on a flexible schedule. To complete all requirements for these courses students must be able to access the Internet from home or another location. Students may access the Internet through computer facilities at the college's library on the campus in Morristown or at the campuses in Greeneville, Sevierville, and Tazewell, or anywhere else they have access to the Internet. The College is not responsible for obtaining or maintaining students' individual equipment or software for accessing the Internet.

Online courses are indicated in StarNET and the Timetable of Classes by "WEB." For example, an online English 1010 course will look like this in the Timetable:
ENGL 1010 W91 80190 WEB Composition I

Most online classes do not require any on-ground visits to any campus. Coursework is completed entirely through eLEARN. Library services, tutoring services, and all other student support services are obtainable through eLEARN or other electronic means. Students should check the "WSCC Links" on the home page of eLEARN for many services and online assistance. If students have difficulty with eLEARN, help is provided through either the WSCC HelpDesk (423.318.2741) or Instructional Design in the Division of Distance Education.

How to View Available Online Courses

Select Term

  1. Go to StarNET
  3. Select the term
  4. Hit SUBMIT

Find Classes

  1. Select your prefered Subject(s)
    (To select more than one subject hold down the Control Key on PC or the Command key on MAC and then click on your desired options)
  2. Under Instructional Method, select WEB CLASSES
  3. Fill in any other fields that are inportant to your search