Your Education on Your Schedule
Take classes at home, the library or your favorite restaurant — wherever you are, you can take advantage of CF's online courses and degrees. Your college education should fit your lifestyle, not the other way around. Find balance with classes that go beyond the typical classroom structure. Choose from completely online degrees or a mixture of online, in-class and hybrid courses.
Still Get the Full College Experience
Just because you're not in sitting in the classroom doesn't mean that you can't take advantage of all that CF has to offer. From tutoring services to student life activities to athletics and beyond, you have access to CF's full set of student services and events.
Online Degree Options
Online College Credit Certificate Options
College Credit Certificates are a great way to enhance specialty skills and improve your career prospects quickly. Many certificates can be completed within one or two semesters.
- Business Administration - Business Specialist
- Childhood Development - Early Intervention
- Criminal Justice Technology Specialist
- Early Childhood Education - Child Care Center Management
- Engineering Technology - Lean Six Sigma Green Belt
- Equine Technician
- Help Desk Technician
- Office Administration - Office Support
- Office Administration - Office Specialist
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- Associate in Arts
- Associate in Science
- Advanced Technical Certificates
- Bachelor Degrees
- College Credit Certificates
- Noncredit Courses
- Career and Technical Certificates
- University Transfer Partners
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- Apply to CF
If college preparatory courses are needed for your degree plan, those courses may not be available online. Speak with your academic advisor if you have questions about online prep courses.
Please refer to our State Authorization page for information concerning online offerings available to out-of-state students. Some states restrict out-of-state higher education institutions from offering degrees to their residents.