Georgia Piedmont Technical College offers a variety of programs that allow students to take online courses from the convenience of anywhere in the world! While some online courses may be taken individually, GPTC also offers more than 50 full academic programs that can be completed 100% online, requiring no classes on campus. See the complete list of associate degree, diploma and certificate programs in the four career pathways of Business, Computers, Interdisciplinary Studies and Media that may be completed 100% online below.
Programs offered 100% Online
ARTS & SCIENCES PROGRAMS
Interdisciplinary Studies Degree with Specialization in Management
Banking and Finance Degree
Business Management Degree
Health Information Management Technology Degree
Human Resource Management Degree
Marketing Management Degree
Banking and Finance Diploma
Health Information Management Coding Diploma
Human Resource Management Diploma
Business Management Diploma
Marketing Management Diploma
Transit Systems Manager Diploma
Auditing and Assurance Specialist Certificate
Apartment Industry Management Certificate
Banking and Finance Fundamentals Certificate
Computerized Accounting Specialist Certificate
Finance & Investment Services Certificate
Human Resource Management Specialist Certificate
Management and Leadership Specialist Certificate
Marketing Specialist Certificate
Office Accounting Specialist Certificate
Payroll Accounting Specialist Certificate
Retail Marketing Manager Certificate
Small Business Marketing Manager Certificate
Supervisory Management Specialist Certificate
Service Sector Management Specialist Certificate
Tax Preparation Specialist Certificate
Transit Supervisory Certification Certificate
Cyber Forensics Technology Degree
Computer Programming Specialist Degree
Computer Support Specialist Degree
Database Specialist (Oracle) Degree
Database Specialist (SQL Server) Degree
Networking Specialist (Linux/Unix, Cisco or Microsoft) Degree
Computer Programming Specialist Diploma
Computer Support Specialist Diploma
Networking Specialist (Cisco) Diploma
Networking Specialist (Linux/Unix) Diploma
Comp TIA A+ Certified Preparation Certificate
C# Programmer Certificate
Help Desk Specialist Certificate
Java Programmer Certificate
Mobile Application Developer Certificate
Microsoft Network Administrator Certificate
Oracle Database Administrator Certificate
PC Repair and Network Technician Certificate
SQL Server Database Administrator Certificate
Visual Basic Programming Specialist Certificate
Design & Media Production Specialist Certificate
More about Online/Distance Learning
Also called distance learning, online programs are a great alternative to taking courses in a traditional classroom setting. To achieve the best results in a distance learning course, students must be able to work independently with little or no supervision. The distance learning courses are no different from the regular courses taught on campus in the amount of time it takes to do the lessons and assignments. Students have ample opportunities to interact with the instructor and other students through electronic means. Students must be well organized and have a basic understanding of computer functions to be successful in distance learning courses.
* Course availability may vary by semester and be dependent on enrollment. Courses are subject to change. Students are encouraged to consult their faculty advisers regarding available courses.*
Students enrolled in distance education courses are required to participate in at least one proctored event per course (i.e. exams, lab assignments, presentations, etc.). A proctored event is one that is supervised by an approved, neutral person (proctor) who ensures the identity of the test taker and the integrity of the test taking environment.
In order to verify student identity and ensure academic integrity, students enrolled in distance education courses (i.e., online or hybrid courses delivered with more than 50% of course online) are required to participate in at least one proctored graded event per course.
Georgia Piedmont Technical College strongly encourages students to take advantage of the instructor-scheduled proctored events which are listed on the course syllabi.
However, in the event extenuating circumstances prevent the student from participating in the instructor-scheduled event, the following options are available at the discretion of the instructor. It is the student’s responsibility to make the appropriate arrangements upon receiving instructor approval.
There is no cost for instructor-scheduled proctored events.
Any costs or fees associated with alternative proctoring options are paid by the student.
Arrange an appointment with an instructor-approved proctor. Approved proctors include persons who are not related to the student:
- A faculty member or administrator of an regionally-accredited university or college
- A school superintendent, principal, or counselor
- A librarian
- A commissioned officer whose rank is higher than the student’s own (for students in the military only)
- Have the event proctored by a faculty or administrator at another Technical College.