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All course information listed here is subject to change. Please consult the Welcome Center for the most current information on all courses at 715-365-4493.
Current Students: Begins March 15
New Students: Begins April 15
Current Students: Begins October 1
New Students: Begins November 1
Begins February 15
Alternate Delivery – Current Local Types and Definitions
Courses available via alternate delivery are identified in the term class schedules. The course outcomes and content are equivalent to those of traditional classroom courses. Delivery methods include:
Courses that combine online and face-to-face instruction (not including any one-time face-to-face orientation or off-line testing/evaluation). Less than 50% of course instruction is delivered via online using the Internet (accessed by the student using a Web browser), combined with face-to-face instruction.
CBE Online (CBEONLINE)
Online instruction with assessments completed at a flexible pace.
CBE Flex (CBECLASS)
Lab/class instruction with assessments completed at a flexible pace.
Computer Conferencing (COMPCONF)
Attend class via web conferencing from any location, where high speed internet and webcam are available, at scheduled class times.
Learning experiences take place at an off-campus setting. Field courses include but are not limited to clinical, practicum, preceptorship, internship and study abroad.
Courses that combine online and face-to-face instruction (not including any one-time face-to-face orientation or off-line testing/evaluation). At least 50% but less than 100% of course instruction is delivered via online using the Internet (accessed by the student using a Web browser), combined with face-to-face instruction.
Individually Arranged (IA)
Complete coursework via independent study, connecting with the instructor regularly. Please connect with the instructor during the first week of class.
Interactive Television (ITV)
Courses which involve real-time live video / audio instruction via network or broadcast technology where classes include students at one or more remote sites and interaction between the instructor and students is synchronous. The ITV class may be composed of students at the same site as the instructor and students at one or more remote sites. The video signals may be one-way or two-way; audio interaction is two-way.
Online courses are defined as 100% of the instruction delivered via the Internet and accessed by the student using a Web browser. A one-time face-to-face course orientation or off-line supervised tests/exams at specified sites may be conducted in conjunction with these courses.