Getting Started with eLearning

Thinking about enrolling in an online course or program at Gordon State College?

How Do I Get Started with Online Learning?

How well do you align with online learning? Everyone has the potential to learn via the use of technology, but it can be different from traditional, on-campus courses. Ready to take your first online course? Complete this interactive tutorial to learn more about what to expect in your online courses/program here at Gordon State College. When you make it to the end of the tutorial, make sure to fill out the online form and include your GORDON email and GCID number. You will be emailed a completion summary. Make sure to save this summary. 

Gordon eLearning Tutorial

Bachelor-Level Programs

GSC offers several entirely online, bachelor-level completion degree programs aimed at accomodating our busy, working student populations. There is also a Tuesday college hybrid option that meets one Tuesday evening per month at the Souther Crescent McDonough campus. These programs generally require completiong of the cora and Associate's level work prior to entering the upper level program. For a complete list of our e-degree & hybrid programs visit:

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Associate-Level Programs

In addition to our Bachelor-level completion programs, Gordon State College offers entirely online, blended, and hybrid core course options to allow you to complete the equivalent to an associate degree. This is possible by enrolling in Gordon's online courses or via eCore (of which Gordon is an affiliate).

Gordon online courses are taught by Gordon professors for Gordon students and taught through our learning management system, Brightspace by D2L.

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eCore

Gordon is an affiliate of eCore, which is a University System of Georgia initiative. Gordon students may take classes via eCore. These courses may be taught by other professors in the University System and are conducted through another learning management system (GoView). They transfer like any other core class.

After acceptance, you may begin registering for classes.