LINKED course listings
What is a Linked Course?

Taking a Collin College credit course through Continuing Education is referred to as a Linked course.

Linked courses are taught by credit professors and Continuing Education students are held to the same performance standards as credit students. CE students earn Continuing Education Units (CEUs) instead of college credits.

CE students complete a quick admission process and space is limited for select Linked courses.

CE and credit students are expected to:

  • take these classes together in the same classroom
  • attend class regularly
  • complete all assignments
  • take all tests and quizzes
Space is limited in Linked courses, so it is important to register early.

Refunds for CE students taking Linked courses will be based on the CE refund policy. For more information, call 972.881.5114; McKinney residents call, 972.548.6790 x5114.

Linked courses are not available every semester. Some concurrent classes are only available in the fall and spring semesters.

The fall semester begins in August. The spring semester starts in January. The summer sessions start in May or June.

Below is a listing of Linked courses offered in the past. The CISCO courses are offered every semester and the majority of Real Estate courses as well. Click on the links below to see the current Linked courses available.

View schedule of Computer Technology Linked Courses
Subject: Computer Networking (ITCC)
CCNA 1 - Cisco - Introduction to Networks
CCNA 2 - Routing and Switching Essentials
CCNA 3 - Scaling Networks
CCNA 4 - Connecting Networks
CCNA Security
CCNP ROUTE: Implementing Cisco IP Routing
CCNP SWITCH: Implementing Cisco IP Switching
CCNP TSHOOT: Troubleshooting and Maintaining Cisco IP Networks
Real Estate Licensure Linked Courses
Subject: Real Estate (RELE)
Only these 6 courses count towards the Real Estate Sales Agent license: Principles I, Principles II, Law of Agency, Law of Contracts, Finance and Contract Forms.

The application and exam procedure will be discussed in detail during the first class session. The Real Estate courses may be taken as a credit or Continuing Ecucation student. Meaning, college credit or non-credit. ALL students must satisfy the attendance and syllabus requirements for each course.

Principles I - Online
Principles II - Online
Law of Agency
Law of Contracts
Principles I
Principles II
Contract Forms
Property Management

For information on Real Estate requirements,
contact Bill Kukla
Subject: ESL Grammar (ESLG)

ESL Beginning Grammar
ESL Grammar: Advanced
ESL Grammar: Intermediate I
ESL Grammar: Intermediate II

Listening & Conversation Skills
Subject: ESL Listening/Convers (ESLC)

ESL Listening & Speaking: Advanced
ESL Listening & Speaking: Intermediate

Subject: ESL Skills Development (ESLX)

ESL Pronunciation & Accent Reduction

Subject: ESL Reading (ESLR)

ESL Reading: Advanced
ESL Reading: Intermediate I
ESL Reading: Intermediate II

Study Skills
Subject: ESL Skills Development (ESLX)

ESL Study Skills

Subject: ESL Skills Development (ESLX)

ESL Vocabulary: Idioms

Subject: ESL Writing (ESLW)

ESL Writing: Advanced
ESL Writing: Intermediate I
ESL Writing: Intermediate II