Students who hold military I.D. cards in Europe can pursue an Associate of Applied Sciences degree in:
See the full Course Schedule for all courses at all sites.
|Term, Year||Registration Starts||Term Start||Term End|
|V, 2021-2022||25 Apr 2022||16 May 2022||14 Aug 2022|
|I, 2022-2023||25 Jul 2022||15 Aug 2022||09 Oct 2022|
|II, 2022-2023||19 Sep 2022||10 Oct 2022||31 Dec 2022|
|III, 2022-2023||1 Jan 2023||1 Jan 2023||12 Mar 2023|
|IV, 2022-2023||13 Mar 2023||13 Mar 2023||13 Aug 2023|
Term Dates Flyer: 2022-2023
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For pictures of the Central Texas College Europe 2022 Commencement Ceremony at the Sembach Education Center in Germany, click here.
For pictures of the Graduates of the Central Texas College Europe 2022 Graduation Commencement Ceremony at the Sembach Education Center in Germany, click here.
1) CTC Europe Student Satisfaction Evaluation
2) Needs Assessment — Medical Office Technology and Medical Coding and Billing
Medical Coding and Billing and Medical Office Technology programs provide opportunities for well-paid careers in high demand. The field with the immediate chance of hiring might be interesting for the service members, transitioning military, veterans, and military families. Careers in Medical Coding and Billing permit flexibility and work from home. In addition to the usual sources of financing, military students can use the Credentialing Assistance program.
All proposed programs are available online.
Military spouses and dependents can use financial aid and scholarship programs (MyCAA, FAFSA, CTC scholarships). All degrees are “stackable” so the students who decide to pursue shorter options or do not complete an Associate’s degree will still have a college certificate and better chances for employment in the high-demand field.
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CTC will use BioSight-ID, a non-invasive exam monitoring system, beginning with the Oct. 18 online classes. BioSight-ID is a new automated proctoring solution that provides an alternative to traditional live proctoring methods. It uses the student's webcam to passively take images during a testing event but blurs faces and backgrounds to prevent privacy concerns. When BioSight-ID detects a violation, it will flag those images to be reviewed by administrators to see if there is a problem (such as having multiple people at the computer during an exam).
Students will need a webcam. The CTC Bookstore will stock webcams, and financial aid may be used to purchase them. https://www.ctcbookstore.com/
Student instructions for BioSight-ID are available at the Student Resources Quick Link at the DEET website. This link goes directly to the resources page: https://online.ctcd.edu/student_resources.cfm.