Schedule of Classes


Search online to view Cochise College’s schedule of classes for the semester. Use the academic calendar and tuition and fees pages for the latest semester’s information.

Students with fewer than 15 credits at the end of spring 2020 must meet with an advisor prior to registering for Summer and Fall 2020 classes.

An asterisk to the right of the section number in the class listings indicates a lab fee (Example: BIO 100 30*).

Please Note: All Fall 2020 classes will be live-streaming or online unless otherwise noted.

Search Schedules Classes offered per semester

 

*Please Note: Federal laws require all first-time students of Cochise College to take mandatory Title IX training and pass the post-test with a 75% or higher score. Students who do not complete the training will not be able to register for courses. The training can be found in the Title IX page under resources.

Fall 2020 Teaching Methods

Face to Face Hybrid
What does this mean? Classes are offered in a traditional classroom setting that meet physically and will allow for social distancing. Students are required to attend regular face-to-face sessions. Classes are offered by an instructor in real-time in person and delivered through a web conferencing system. All participants are required to be physically present in a designated CochiseConnect classroom or log in via a computer with a web cam and microphone and actively participate in class activities during scheduled times. Classes combine any two of the other methods in approximately equal proportions. Requirements for meeting will match the real-time technology or Face-2-Face description in addition to the online requirements. Classes are offered online with reading, homework and assignments being provided throughout the week. Students are not required to attend on-site meetings. These classes may also require a proctored examination.
Listed in schedule as: Face-2-Face Live-Stream Anywhere (LSA) Hybrid Online/Face-2-Face (HF) Online (ONLN)
Live-Stream Room-to-Room (LS) Hybrid Online/Live Streaming Room-to-Room (HSLR)
Hybrid Online/Live Streaming Anywhere (HLSA)
Hybrid Face-2-Face/Live Streaming Anywhere (FALN)
Will Students meet on campus? Yes. Classrooms will be arranged to allow for social distancing measures. Cochise College is requiring face coverings or masks in public spaces at all college campuses and centers. Maybe, depending on the specific class. Live Streaming Room-to-Room will allow some students to meet in a designated campus classroom following social distancing measures. Cochise College is requiring face coverings or masks in public spaces at all college campuses and centers. Maybe, depending on the specific class. Face-to-Face and Live Streaming Room-to-Room will allow some students to meet in a designated campus classroom following social distancing measures. Cochise College is requiring face coverings or masks in public spaces at all college campuses and centers. No, all classes will be in a virtual environment. However, you may need to come onto campus for a proctored exam.

Cochise College uses Moodle as its Learning Management System (LMS). Zoom is used as the web conferencing system.

These modalities are a general description for Cochise College. Some instructors may choose to take advantage of combining a few of these modalities to provide instruction. A list of all courses can be found in our 2020-21 Catalog.

Supplemental Methods

In addition to the above, the following types of specialized classes may be scheduled that use one or more of the teaching methods:

Modular Collaborative Concurrent Cooperative Corequisite
A class where students complete a series of online modules and demonstrate mastery at the conclusion of each module. While these classes are somewhat self-paced, students are expected to reach specific milestones during the term of the class. Modular classes use a Face-to-Face, Online or Hybrid-Online/Face-to-Face modality. Two or more independent classes where instructors conduct joint activities; for example, a reading and sociology collaboration may have reading activities assigned from sociology books. Students must register for both classes. The two classes may be taught using any of the modalities. Two or more classes that meet as one. For example, a basic and advanced section of a class may meet as single class and the instructor would conduct activities appropriate for both sections. These classes can be taught using any of the modalities. A class in which a student completes work-related objectives or projects that are negotiated between the student, an employer related to the student’s field of study, and an instructor. The student regularly submits assignments and other reports to the instructor. Students are required to take two classes during the same semester, one adds additional academic support to the other.

Professional Development/Personal Enrichment Classes

Professional development, computer skills, workforce training and non-credit personal enrichment courses are offered by the Cochise College Center for Lifelong Learning. Those class schedules and course descriptions can be found at the CLL’s website.