Featured Programs

Over 20 degree and certificate options are available fully online, along with general education courses.

Evening/weekend classes are available for:

Online Courses

Sections 60-69

  • All coursework and class assignments are completed in Canvas, on your own time. No classroom is assigned.
  • Technology needed: computer with internet connection and speakers to complete course assignments.

Evening and Weekend Courses

Main Campus - Lewiston
BUS-101-70 Intro/Business
BUS-390-7501 DS:BSO Club
BUS-490-7501 DS:BSO Club
ENGL-209-01 Creat Writ:Nonfiction
ENGL-309-01 Creat Writ:Nonfiction
ENGL-409-01 Creat Writ:Nonfiction
MUS-103-01 Concert Choir
MUS-106-01 Jazz Band
MUS-303-01 Concert Choir
MUS-306-01 Jazz Band
ENGL-211-01 Creat Writ:Poetry
ENGL-311-01 Creat Writ:Poetry
ENGL-411-01 Creat Writ:Poetry
COMM-494-7501 Senior Res Proj Design
AC-311-7570 Inter Accounting I
COMM 498-7502V Senior Res Proj Design

Main Campus - Lewiston
SW-480-70 Diversity Awareness
SW-241-70 SW Practice Found
SW-341-70 Practice/Individuals
SW-485-70 Field Seminar I

8-Week Block Courses

Sections xxA or xxB

  • 8-week sessions are accelerated classes available during the first (A) or second (B) half of the semester.

BUS-220-60A Business Communications
BUS-311-60A Foundations/Mgmt Theory
COMM-101-60A Fundamentals Oral Comm
HLTH-246-60A Human Sexuality
HLTH-248-60A Behavior Change
HLTH-254-01A Wellness Coaching
HUM-150-60A Intro/Arts
KIN-260-01A Intro to Kinesiology/Hlth
KIN-262-01A Skill/ Analy: Fld Spts
KIN-267-01A Skill/Analy:Strength Dev
NU-440-60A Population Health
NU-414-60A Prof Role Development IV
NS-192-60A ST: Natural Sciences Seminar

BUS-413-60B Org Behavior
COMM-101-61B Fundamentals Oral Comm
HLTH-247-60B Stress Management
NU-447-60B Evidence Based Pract
NS-192-60B ST: Natural Sciences Seminar

Virtual Remote Courses

Sections 01V-29V

  • Every class session occurs through video conferencing like Zoom, at a fixed and regular time. Generally, there is no assigned campus classroom.
  • Technology needed: computer with internet connection, webcam, microphone, and headphones/speakers for in-class participation and to complete course assignments.

COMM-350-02V Sports Communication
COMM-498-7502V Senior Res Proj Design
ENGL-101-05V Writing/Rhetoric I
ENGL-101-10V Writing/Rhetoric I
ENGL-103-05V Writing Workshop
ENLG-103-14V Writing Workshop
HIST-101-01V World History I
ID-300H-01V Law and Society
JS-345-01V Criminology
JS-495-01V PR: Justice Studies
JS-499-01V Research Project/Semin
PHIL-200-01V Social/Political Phil
POLS-200-01V Social/Political Phil
POLS-285-01V Comparative Government
POLS-465-01V Globalization & State
PSYC-385-01V Research Methods
SS-385-01V Research Methods
SW-485-01V Field Seminar I
SW-485-7501V Field Seminar I

Portfolio Courses

  • Create a professional portfolio that provides evidence of personal knowledge acquired through on the job and other experiential learning opportunities.

This spring the Portfolio Development course will be offered twice through Workforce Training.

Register for the January 18-March 11, 2022 and/or March 14-May 6, 2022 LC Portfolio Development course.

Students in this 1 credit course will work through the process of creating a professional portfolio that provides evidence of personal knowledge acquired through on the job and other experiential learning opportunities of skills related to their designated field of study.

Portfolio courses will be offered through Workforce Training, you can contact them at [email protected] or 208-792-2388 for more information.

$50 per portfolio course