At the discretion of individual faculty, this site will temporarily have additional information for online, hybrid, and virtual courses.
Online & Hybrid Course Information
If you are considering or have already registered in an online or hybrid course, this site provides course
descriptions, instructor contact information and resources.
Instructors may also provide information regarding visits to
campus, course expectations, and recommended skills.
You must select a term and enter a 4 digit year. Next,
select a course subject/prefix. You may enter a specific
course number and section if you know it, but it’s not
New to Online Courses?
Students who are new to online or hybrid learning should
carefully consult these resources to review expectations
during their online or hybrid courses and determine if
they’re right for you.
What’s the difference between online and hybrid courses?
An online course uses a learning management system via the
Internet to deliver content, facilitate communication (e.g.
faculty-student and student-student), collect student work,
and assess student performance.
These courses have section numbers 350-399. In a hybrid
course, face-to-face class sessions are reduced by providing
a significant portion of the instruction in a learning
management system via the Internet. Hybrid courses have
learning activities that must be completed via the Internet
as well as class sessions that require on-campus attendance.