Flexible learning options to fit your life!
Choose from a variety of flexible learning options that allow you to take classes when, where and how you want.
Six locations to serve you: Appleton, Chilton, Clintonville, Oshkosh, Waupaca & Wautoma
Course content is delivered entirely online using a computer. You’ll interact with other students and your instructor through email, threaded discussions and other online tools. Assignments and activities are completed and submitted electronically.
Hybrid: In-Person & Online* (HYB)
Class includes at least one in-person meeting and required online instructional activities. At least 50% of class instruction will be provided online.
Work-Based Learning** (WRK)
Work-based educational experiences that relate to your program instruction may include clinicals, internships, on-the-job training, co-ops, etc.
*IMPORTANT: Courses taught in these formats provide great flexibility but require a strong commitment from you to stay current with class discussions and assignments, and to maintain communication with your instructor.
Also, you must have access to a computer with Internet service, Microsoft Office applications (e.g., Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access), and meet these computer/browser technical requirements.
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In-Person Classroom (CLS)
Instructors and students interact in a traditional classroom setting. Some computer use may be required outside of class. Computers are available at all campus and regional center locations.
Interactive Video Classroom (IVC)
Courses are delivered via an interactive broadcast network with real-time live interaction between the instructor and students at one or more remote sites.
These face-to-face accelerated classes are condensed into a shorter period of time, which requires more outside classwork for the student.
Guided Independent Study (IND)
Students generally work independently to meet established deadlines for learning activities and assignments. Instructors provide support and guidance. These courses are offered on campus with some online delivery.
These courses include both classroom lecture and hands-on learning in a lab environment. You will demonstrate your learning through application-based individual or team activities.
Multiple Concurrent Classes (CON)
Two or three courses taken concurrently (during the same class time), and the coursework overlaps and applies to both/all courses. Contact your faculty advisor for more information.