College Junior 2013-11-12T19:20:44Z
I have taken four online courses in the last two quarters and have had an excellent experience. The online forum used is very new to the staff and students but seems to have been easy to adapt to. The modules are easily accessible, instructors have timely responses when questions are asked, and peer-to-peer interaction is great. The workload seems fitting and isn't over the top.
Recent Alumnus 2013-09-04T07:13:29Z
Some Online courses are pretty easy, but i wouldn't suggest taking math online. I think math should be taken in an actual classroom setting. Nevertheless, Online courses are very convenient. At one point, i had class in the morning, work during the day, and then class in the evening, and one online course just to be considered a full time student.
College Senior 2013-08-28T17:39:16Z
The only online courses I have had are those 'taught' by the program administrator. This professor gives too much of a workload in the Summer ( 8 weeks) quarter and grades low. He is helpful and very efficient in responding to and correcting issues. His syllabus is 24-26 pages long and often repeats info but it often doesn't match. He does include a week-by-week assignment list so students are prepared. In short, too much information is not always good only because students can get overwhelmed and lost track of time having to re-read the syllabus twice a week.
College Sophomore 2013-08-22T22:17:14Z
the online courses really push you to be independent. If you procrastinate or put things aside then it's preferred that you switch into a classroom. the classes will continue with or without you, but few teachers will show concern if you fall behind.
College Junior 2013-06-19T04:53:34Z
A lot of the proffesors take far too long to email you back. Some don't even check their voicemail. Do NOT be afraid to use the dean! If thats the only way to get an issue resolved with a lazy instructor, USE IT.
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