Delivery Methods by Program

Explore the variety of delivery methods available in our current and upcoming terms.

  1. Filter course offerings by term and program.
  2. Click on the delivery method category (In Person, Online, or Innovative Technology) to view the courses available.

Key to Instructional Delivery Methods

IN-PERSON ON-CAMPUS LEARNING
The traditional classroom-based instructional setting with scheduled meetings and live instruction.

ONLINE LEARNING
100% of the instruction is delivered online and accessed by the student using a web browser. While there are not any scheduled meetings, you do have to participate regularly. Access to a computer and internet is required for success.

INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGY LEARNING
Telepresence Learning: offers a live face-to-face experience with scheduled meetings by broadcasting the lecture from one specially designed campus classroom to another campus classroom. This learning format also allows students to experience the live lecture using web conferencing software from anywhere, not just on campus. If students do not want to come to campus for the live instruction, a computer and internet access are required.

Computer Conferencing (Online-Live Learning): offers a live face-to-face experience with scheduled meetings by broadcasting a lecture that students can join from anywhere. Access to a computer and internet is required for success.

Blended Learning: combines live face-to-face learning with scheduled meetings and online instruction. Less than 50% of the course instruction is delivered online. Access to a computer and internet is required for success.

  • Blended/Telepresence Learning: combines a live face-to-face experience with scheduled meetings by broadcasting the lecture from one specially designed campus classroom to another campus classroom and online instruction. This learning format also allows students to experience the live lecture using web conferencing software from anywhere, not just on campus. A computer and internet access are required. Less than 50% of the course instruction is delivered online.
  • Blended/Computer Conferencing (Online-Live Learning): combines live face-to-face experience with scheduled meetings by broadcasting a lecture that students can join from anywhere and online instruction. Access to a computer and internet is required for success. Less than 50% of the course instruction is delivered online.

Hybrid Learning: combines live in-person learning and online instruction with scheduled meetings. More than 50% of the course instruction is delivered online. Access to a computer and internet is required for success.

  • Hybrid/Telepresence: combines a live face-to-face experience with scheduled meetings by broadcasting the lecture from one specially designed campus classroom to another campus classroom and online instruction. his learning format also allows students to experience the live lecture using web conferencing software from anywhere, not just on campus. A computer and internet access are required. More than 50% of the course instruction is delivered online.
  • Hybrid/Online-Computer Conferencing (Online-Live Learning): combines live face-to-face experience with scheduled meetings by broadcasting a lecture that students can join from anywhere and online instruction. Access to a computer and internet is required for success. More than 50% of the course instruction is delivered online.