Online Classes

Learn Anywhere, Anytime with PC Online

Are you looking for learning that is flexible and fits your active lifestyle? Then online learning may be the right choice for you.  As an online student, you have the convenience of being able to study anytime and anywhere you can find a connection.

Phoenix College offers a variety of credit and non-credit courses completely online as well as hybrid courses that are a blend of online and traditional classroom, offering students the opportunity to learn in an environment that suits them best. As on online student you will find all the support that you need to be successful, including online advisement, tutoring and library services.

Online Programs

PC Online

AGEC Online

Online @ PC Downtown

Online Degree Programs

Online Certificates

Visit PC Online to familiarize yourself with Canvas. Whether you are an online student or taking a hybrid course, PC Online provides strategies, guides and training resources to help you be successful.

Canvas Information

Arizona General Education Curriculum (AGEC) is a 35-38 semester-credit general education certificate that fulfills lower-division general education requirements for students planning to transfer to any Arizona public community college or university.
Phoenix College offers three types of AGEC certificates, and one, AGEC-A, entirely online. Designed to articulate with different academic majors, their requirements vary accordingly.
Learn more about AGEC.
PC Downtown offers an array of comprehensive and self-contained online courses through our partnerships with Ed2Go, Career Step, and Rosetta Stone.
Training is offered in areas such as customer service, sales, finance, business communication, technology, and more.
Visit PC Downtown's Online Training to get started.


Online/Canvas (Online CANVAS)

Class content is delivered entirely online (with the possible exception of an orientation or proctored exams on campus) and is accessed through Canvas — our e-learning platform. Students should have independent access to the Internet.

Online courses are ideal for working or busy students who have knowledge of the internet and can work independently without face-to-face interactions with the instructor or other students.

Hybrid (Hybrid) 

Classes offered in a Hybrid format have a portion of the class taught face-to-face in a traditional classroom setting, while the rest of the class takes place online. The mixed format offers the best of both worlds: an effective combination of face-to-face classroom meetings and the opportunity to work independently.


Classes where the instructor puts course documents online for students to reference are called Resource courses. Documents such as the course syllabus, schedule, handouts, outlines, current grades, etc. are included in this type of course.