Spring 2020 classes have resumed online.Please visit
dcccd.edu/coronavirus for additional information and to
learn how to prepare for online classes.
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If you have a specific question about Brookhaven College computer studies, you can
contact any member of the Computer Information Technology / Computer Science faculty.
You may speak with any of our
professors for personal counseling and assistance in selecting a degree. We have some core courses that are required for all of our degree plans. You can take these courses first and see which one you like best before committing to a specific degree plan.
Or, consider beginning with our one-semester
Technology Support Certificate. This includes introductory courses in
Web. This way, you can experience a little bit of each area. All the courses within the Technology Support Certificate already apply toward the AAS degrees and many other certificates, so no dollar is wasted!
A: Introductory computer courses are offered at the college. Students who desire to enchance their computer literacy skills are encouraged but are not required to enroll in a computer literacy skills course. Students who wish to transfer are encouraged to work closely with an advisor.
Still not sure?
Contact any member of the Computer Information Technology/Computer Science faculty or staff for assistance.
A: Courses at Brookhaven College are an educational bargain. For credit courses, cost per credit hour depends on where you live. For tuition rates, visit the
Brookhaven College Catalog tuition page. To determine a course’s credit hours, look at the second digit of the course number. For example, ITNW 1321 Introduction to Networking, is worth three credit hours, while ITSC 2435 Application Problem Solving is worth four credit hours.
A: None of the computer information technology online courses at Brookhaven College require you to come to campus. You can do all of your coursework, participate in online discussions and chats, post assignments and take your exams online. You can even
register for the courses online using eConnect. If you would like to meet with your professor in person or use our lab facilities, you are welcome to do so, but you can complete your online course without ever visiting the Brookhaven College campus.
A: All of the degree plans at Brookhaven College are designed to provide you with the skills you need to compete in today’s workforce. Your ability to find a job will depend on many things including your performance, the current job market and the specific skill set you have. Brookhaven College has a
Career Development Center that will help you search for a job. They provide many services including résumé writing, practice interviews, job research, job fairs, etc. For more information, visit the Career Development Center in the Student Services Center, Bldg. S, Room S065;
email bhcJobs@dcccd.edu or call 972-860-4894.
A: On or after the start date for your course, go to the
eCampus Web site, click on the login link, enter your username and password then click the Login button.
Your eCampus home page will appear and list any courses in which you are enrolled. In your list, click on the name of the course to access your course and associated information.
Orientation for online courses consists of reading the online syllabus or completing an orientation assignment (email or quiz) at eCampus on or after the course start date. All online students take tests online and submit assignments online through eCampus.
If you have trouble logging in, check the
online eCampus help for possible solutions or call the student hotline at 972-669-6402.
For any additional help or questions, be sure to call or email your instructor.
A: Yes, if the instructor has set the course to allow previews. One week before a course begins, you should be able to preview the course. This allows you to view the syllabus and any other documents the instructor makes available.
A course syllabus contains important information about the course, including the textbooks needed and how grades are assessed.
Yes, you can buy your books online.