Non-traditional students – meaning students who work, raise children, served in the military, or did not immediately enroll after high school – are the majority at Nashua Community College, and at many colleges across the country.
This fall, NCC is giving its students more of what they need to succeed by adding Saturday classes (see below) and running a broad selection of evening and online courses.
The new data analytics certificate beginning this fall at NCC is designed to accommodate a student’s work schedule since many classes will be available on Saturdays or online. The Certificate provides a strong base for working professionals or students interested in developing skills to collect, organize, analyze, interpret and present data.
The combination of courses provides the knowledge and experience to use large data sets to make data driven decisions and to communicate patterns and relationships.
Computer engineering technology is a new associate degree pathway that prepares students to succeed in a dynamic and lucrative industry. The program trains graduates in the techniques, skills, and use of modern tools in computer engineering technology.
Pick out a day, evening, online or Saturday class this fall from the course list online.
Non-New Hampshire residents may be eligible to take online and evening classes for in-state tuition rates. Anyone living within 50 miles of campus is also eligible for in-state tuition.
Contact admissions at 603.578.8908 or [email protected].