Face to Face, Hybrid, or Online Classes
These courses are held in person for the vast majority of the instructional time.
These courses show both a physical classroom and online component in the class schedule; they incorporate a mix of online and in-person elements. A possible example would be as follows: faculty rotate portions of class through in-person experiences, as well as including remote learning components.
These courses are primarily supported by distance delivery methods (Canvas, Microsoft Teams) to allow regular interaction between instructors and students while not sharing the same physical space. These courses can be held synchronously or asynchronously.
Special sections are often internships, practicum, independent study classes, etc. Scheduling is unique and will be determined by the professor and the students in the class. Connect with the listed professor for more information.