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Individual Classes

If you want to take individual classes without enrolling in a program, go to Individual Courses and follow the simple steps listed. (You will need to fill out a Registration Formselect your class(es) and pay for tuition.)

Enroll in a Program

If you want to enroll in a program, please follow the steps listed below.

Returning Students


Types of Courses

  • In-Person: Course instruction is provided at a specific location on-campus on a specific day and time. On the 'Course Offerings & Schedule,' terms that mean a class meets in person include, but are not limited, to the following: Lecture, Lab, Clinic/Clinical, Honors lecture, High School or High School Classroom, 7- week, and Emporium Method. These classes list a specific physical location where they are meeting.
  • Online: Students log in to Blackboard to review course content and assignments. There are no scheduled meeting times; work is completed based on course deadlines as set by the professor. On the 'Course Offerings & Schedule,' terms that mean a class is online include, but are not limited, to the following: Online, 7-week Online, and High School Online.
  • Remote Blended: Classes are held virtually at a specific day and time, using Zoom or Collaborate once a week (75 minutes). Additional coursework that meets course objectives is delivered asynchronously through Blackboard. These courses, in addition to the virtual class meeting, use various online tools that include but are not limited to discussion boards, assignments, testing, web links, videos, group work, journals, etc.
  • In Person Blended: This type of course delivery includes a combination of both in person and online instruction where students will meet with their instructor once a week in class (75 minutes) at a specific day and time on campus. Additional coursework is delivered asynchronously through Blackboard that meet course objectives. These courses, in addition to the in-person class, use various online tools that include but are not limited to discussion boards, assignments, testing, web links, videos, group work, journals, etc.
  • 7-week: 7-week courses run in a compressed time and either meets more often to ensure adequate contact time or utilizes other proven accelerated learning methods to replicate the required contact hours. Specialized accelerated learning cognitive methods may also be used. A 7-week course may be offered online, real time remote, or in a hybrid modality.
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