• Career Programs

    Associate in Applied Science
    This degree is for students who intend to pursue employment upon graduation. Students must meet the general education requirements listed in the Catalog. 

    Certificate Programs
    These programs provide basic technical skills that prepare students for entry-level jobs. Completion of a certificate programs typically require one semester to one year of full-time study. 


    Transfer Programs

    These two-year curricula are for students planning to transfer to four-year colleges or universities to earn bachelor's degrees.

    Since requirements of four-year colleges and universities widely vary, students are responsible for selecting courses that transfer to their chosen four-year college or university.

    Morton College maintains articulation with colleges and universities throughout Illinois. Students should consult with their advisors to plan appropriate courses of study.


    Community, Adult Education and Non-Credit Programs & Courses

    Do you enjoy learning for personal enrichment?

    Community Service courses allow students to relax and experience arts, physical fitness or personal development courses without the worry and pressure of grades.

    Be sure to register early to ensure that classes will be available. Classes with insufficient enrollment are subject to cancellation.

    Register and Pay for Community Service classes

    Learn more about Adult Education/HSEC/ESL

    Learn more about Non-Credit Programs and Courses

    Online Learning

    Morton College provides many online courses in different programs. We host the online and hybrid courses in the Blackboard Learn 9.1, the online learning platform for students and faculty.

    Traditional classroom courses are also using the Blackboard for a variety of online learning activities. Log into the Blackboard to check if your class includes a Blackboard component.

    Learn more about online courses offered at Morton

    Learn more about Blackboard