Classes are offered in multiple sections and Instruction Modes to accommodate students who are physically on-campus and students who are studying remotely. Review the examples below, paying particular attention to the following areas of the schedule:
- Days & Times
- Instruction Mode
- Class Notes
When viewing offerings in Class Search or within your Shopping Cart, the Days and Room columns differentiate on-campus vs. online-only offerings. Required meeting times will also appear on this main page.
To view additional information (including the Instruction Mode and Class Notes, which may include an optional meeting time for online classes), click to expand any row.
Instruction Modes & Examples
In-Person classes are intended for students who can be present in the classroom at the scheduled time; they are not a good option for remote students. Remote students who believe an in-person class, which has no online option, is essential for them to progress towards their degree requirements and there is no online option should consult their academic dean.
|Instruction Mode||In Person|
|Days & Times||Specific pattern (ex. MW 8:30 AM-9:45 AM) or TBA|
|Room||Specific room on campus (ex. Friedl Bldg 102) or In-Person TBA|
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Synchronous online classes will expect attendance at the scheduled time. Time zone is not necessarily a reason for not attending synchronous online courses. Students who miss a scheduled meeting time should contact their academic dean for a possible excused absence.
|Days & Times||Specific pattern (ex. MW 8:30 AM-9:45 AM)|
Asynchronous online classes are not assigned a time slot and enable any student to fully participate regardless of time zone or location.
|Instruction Mode||Asynchronous Online|
|Days & Times||None (but check Class Notes for optional meeting patterns)|
Hybrid classes include both in-person and online components. Both local and remote students can enroll. If the course includes synchronous components, it can require in-person attendance for local students, but it should also provide remote students the means to access the material remotely if there is not an online section.
|Instruction Mode||Online and On Campus|
|Days & Times||Multiple specific patterns (ex. MW 8:30 AM-9:45 AM)|
|Room||Specific room on campus (ex. Friedl Bldg 105) or In-Person TBA and Online Course|