Course Schedule

Traditional or Face-to Face format (Trad.) - students and faculty meet in person in the same physical location for regularly scheduled class sessions. Courses will appear on the course schedule with designated days, times, a building and a room number.

Hybrid format - courses are delivered onsite in a face-to-face delivery format and also includes at least 50% of an online component of instruction. The face-to-face portion requires students and instructor to be together in the same physical location at the same time. The online portion of the course is completed in a self-paced manner. Courses will appear on the course schedule with a "H" after the section number (i.e. ACCT 231 01H) and will also show designated days, times, a building and a room number. Some instructors may choose to alternate the face-to-face meetings during the week or throughout the semester. Therefore, you should always communicate with the instructor if you have any questions.

Online - Asynchronous (Async) - 100% of the instruction is via the Internet and students participate completely online. The class does not take place in real-time. Students are provided with course content online and must complete the course work within a given time frame. Courses will appear on the course schedule with a "W" after the section number (i.e. BUSN 230 01W) and there will be no designated days, times, building or room number. On your schedule in EdNet, "TBA" will appear as the days/times.

Online - Synchronous (Sync) - 100% of the instruction is via the Internet and students participate completely online, but students and the instructor will be interacting online simultaneously for some part of the course. A t a specific day and time, participants interact in real-time utilizing video conferencing methods such as Microsoft Teams, Skype or Zoom. Courses will appear on the course schedule with a "W" after the section number (i.e. BUSN 230 01W). There will be designated days and times listed, but no building or room number listed. 

Arranged format - students and faculty will agree on an arranged day and time for the class. The course will not have a designated day or time on the course schedule. A designated building and room number may or may not be listed. On your schedule in EdNet, "TBA" will appear as the days/times.

Students will need access to reliable Internet and a device for Hybrid and Online courses. For any questions about the delivery method for a specific class, students will need to email the instructor.  

 

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