Late Start Courses

Spring 2023 Late Start Courses

Late Start courses will be offered during the Spring 2023 semester as an alternative to the traditional 16-week full semester courses. These courses are designed in an accelerated format, giving students the opportunity to earn necessary credits in a condensed timeframe. Late Start courses begin throughout the semester. To register for a Late Start course, follow the directions here.

Visit the Academic Calendar for more important semester dates.

Some of QVCC’s accelerated courses include:

ACC*117 Principles of Managerial Accounting
ACC*113 Principles of Financial Accounting
BBG*215 Global Business
BBG*234 Legal Environment of Business
CCS*101 College & Career Success
COM*176 Business & Professional Communication
COM*101 Intro to Mass Communication
CSA*105 Intro to Software Apps
ECE*109 Science & Math for Child
ECE*103 Creative Experiences/Children
ECN*101 Principles of Macroeconomics
ENG*101S Composition w/Embedded Support
ENG*102 Literature & Composition
ENG*212 Crime & Detective Fiction
EVS*100 Intro to Environmental Sci
HIM*211 Advanced Medical Coding
HLT*103 Investigations in Health Careers
HLT*151 Health & Wellness Promo
HPE*136 Tai Chi
HSE*101 Intro to Human Services
HUM*101 Intro to Humanities
MAT*095 Elem Algebra Foundations
MAT*137 Intermediate Algebra
MAT*137S Intermediate Algebra Embd
MED*216 Electronic Medical Rec Mgt
MED*125 Medical Terminology
MFG*124 Blueprint Reading I
MFG*105 Manufacturing Math II
OCE*101 Intro to Oceanography
POL*111 American Government
SCI*103 Recent Discoveries in Science I

See course descriptions here. Please note that courses are subject to change.


  • Visit
  • Select: Search for Course Offerings
  • Select Term: Spring Term 2021
  • Select College: Quinebaug Valley CC
  • Select (O)pen or (C)Closed: Click Open
  • Select Course Level: Check Credit
  • Click Get Courses and look for any course title starting with “LS:”

Students interested in enrolling in any late start courses should be aware that while the number of class meetings is fewer than the regular semester, each course still contains the same number of class hours as the regular semester, therefore the level of study is more intensive.