College Senior 2013-12-02T04:30:45Z
As far as workload and difficulty, the online classes I have taken are extremely easy. As long as you keep up with your assignments, check-in every few days, and complete the work, you will most definitely get an A. If you are not self-motivated to succeed, you might find them challenging. The teachers are pretty hit-and-miss. Some are very on top of grading, others are not. One of my online professors this semester hasn't graded anything in 2+ months. Most classes have weekly discussions for everyone to participate in, but mostly students just post their discussions and do not respond to anybody else. If you are genuinely interested in learning, I would not take online classes. After this semester, I will never take them again.
College Junior 2013-11-13T21:50:35Z
The online courses are easy to understand and follow. The professors answers questions thoroughly through emails.
College Senior 2013-10-26T16:49:34Z
I wasn't too sure how an online class worked and attending the orientation really helped clear some questions. One thing I found difficult was passing the courses with a B or higher. My school uses the Aleks system which works on a pie like program and we're graded exactly by the percent we get when we test and aren't allowed to use a calculator which I find a little unreasonable. I find it as a resource to help us not stop us from learning. And I feel that the requirements to pass the class are a tad bit extreme and can sometimes be hard to work with every week, such as putting in 8 hours a week on top of our already busy schedules. And if this requirement is not met, we risk being dropped from the class. It's a little stressful.
College Junior 2013-10-24T14:03:48Z
My first online course was from this school. It was easily accessible and made your life easier by allowing you to do the things you need to like work, family, etc, and get to the class when you had time that week. The workload was constant and challenging. Not any easier than a class you would physically attend. Just the convenience of doing your work when you want and from home .
Recent Alumnus 2013-10-09T01:06:44Z
I was skeptical to begin online courses because I had never taken one before. I thought I was going to get behind. Although there is a lot of reading I found online classes to be a nice way for me to study and attend classes on my own time within the luxury of my home. It was a great way for me to learn time management skills as I am somewhat of a procrastinator. By becoming more disciplined I was able to earn an A in both online courses I have taken.
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