The course will be taught in a traditional classroom instructional mode. A variety of methods will be used to aid the student in acquiring the required knowledge to meet the outcome of this course.
The course will be delivered via the internet. This involves the use of the online materials and/or a text, possible group discussions and consultation with your instructor via email. Students will be responsible for completing all online activities and participating in group discussion and working through textbook questions, as required.
This course requires a newer (two years old or less) home or office computer with high-speed broadband access (LAN, Cable or DSL) internet connection and an up-to-date Windows, MacOS or Linux operating system. A built-in or individual webcam and use of a built-in microphone or headset with a microphone is needed to use the video conferencing technology.
Delivery is mixed, blending face-to-face instructions and facilitating out of classroom experiences and/or online instructions.
This program requires a mobile computing device with high-speed broadband access (LAN, Cable or DSL) internet connection and an up-to-date Windows, MacOS or Linux operation system. The computer should include a built-in or individual webcam and use of a built-in microphone or headset with a microphone is needed to use video conferencing technology.
Correspondence is a self-paced method of learning, supported with email access to an instructor. As a student, you have up to twenty weeks to complete each course, giving you an additional six weeks over the classroom format. Courses typically start the first week of the month. Faculty are available to assist you by fax or email. You can discuss a plan of study with your faculty contact to ensure an appropriate assignment and test schedule. In some cases this may be included in your study guide. You schedule yourself into a Test Centre or appoint a proctor in order to write required tests.