Undergraduate coursesUndergraduate students are utilizing new technologies to fit educational goals into busy work and family lives. Distributed education offers flexibility and accessibility that would not otherwise be possible in a classroom setting.
Students taking DE courses will spend less time on campus than students who are engaged in more traditional courses. CSCI distributed education courses offer an alternative for viewing lectures at home, work, or on any computer with a disk drive at any time during the day or night. Students follow a typical course schedule that runs parallel to a classroom setting with the same exercises, exams and projects. For many, distributed education helps meet educational goals while avoiding the hassles of driving to campus and parking several times a week.
- Optional Lab: Optional on-campus help sessions are available to students throughout the semester. Students are not required to be on campus at all during the semester but may choose to attend some of the on-campus help sessions for face to face interaction with an instructor.
Winning the Stronewall Award made it concrete for me that what I was doing the LGBTQ Alliance vice president made a difference in a community that has always supported me.Jennifer Emery Computer Science, Undergraduate