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DEPT - Department

NO. - Course Number

SEC - Course Section

TITLE - Course Title

CR - Credit Hours

ENROLLED/MAX - Number of Students Currently Enrolled / Maximum Capacity of Class.

When multiple sections are scheduled in the same room, enrollment is shown as:

(Number in this Section) Number in Room/ Maximum Capacity of Room

Classes at or exceeding maximum capacity have shaded background.

Classes within 2 of the maximum capacity have just enrollment shaded.

TIME - Class Time

DAY - Class Days

INSTR - Instructor

FEES - Additional Fees

The dates of late starting and early ending classes are given below the course title.

 

Web Class Definitions

 

Web On-Line

Course instruction is delivered entirely on line; students will typically follow a schedule and be required to meet published deadlines. Campus attendance may be required for course orientation and/or some course assessments (possible meeting frequency, location, and time will be available from the instructor), but is not regularly scheduled. Other course requirements (i.e. observations, internships, interviews, etc.) will still require student attendance, as appropriate and as indicated.

 

In addition to the necessary technical skills required for online learning, students should be highly motivated, self-disciplined and have the ability to learn independently. Students will need access to high speed internet, either at home or on campus (or satellite location), on a regular basis. Typically an online class will require a time and effort commitment of at least three times the credit hour value of the class (for a 3 credit hour class, students should expect to spend 9-12 hours of time on class work).

 

Web Hybrid

Course meeting time is reduced by a maximum of 50%; remainder of course is taught as an on-line class. Students will be required to attend class meetings on a regular, scheduled basis; scheduled class meeting times will be published in advance. A web hybrid course does not reduce the time required of students to be successful. Students will meet many of the course objectives using the campus learning management system in an online learning environment.

 

In addition to the necessary technical skills required for online learning, students should be highly motivated, self-disciplined and have the ability to learn independently. Students will need access to high speed internet, either at home or on campus (or satellite location), outside of class time.

 

Web Enhanced

For traditional on campus courses scheduled to meet at a regular time, faculty will use the learning management system to post course syllabus, other course materials and required student assignments or activities to support the class. Other web based support may also be provided by the faculty. Students will need access to high speed internet, either at home or on campus (or satellite location), outside of class time.



 
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