Course syllabi & formats

 

Students are encouraged to read a course syllabus to gain a better understanding of the course requirements. The course syllabus will indicate how your performance throughout the course will be evaluated and graded, and help you plan your semester effeciently.

FIRST SEMESTER 2021 

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GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES & FREE ELECTIVES   

Course formats (1/ 2021)

          Due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation, our classes are offered a variety of course formats remotely. See what course format and which teaching and communicating tools are used for each course.

  • Online classes The entire course is delivered in an online format. Lectures, lessons and excercises are completed online over the course of the term. You are expected to communicate with the instructor and other students in the class via e-mail, class discussions and group chats, and you will submit assignments electronically. Courses may use a variety of interactive online activities and resources.
  • Blended classes (online + on-campus classes)  A course delivered in a blended format combines the face-to-face and online environments. 
  • On-campus classes The entire course is delivered in the classroom at university. Students meet face-to-face with your professor and classmates. 
General Education & Free Elective Courses (1/ 2021)

 

SUMMER, 2020 

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       Course formats (Summer, 2020)

            Due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation, our classes are offered a variety of course formats remotely. See what course format and which teaching and communicating tools are used for each course.

 

SECOND SEMESTER, 2020 

YEAR 1
YEAR 2
YEAR 3
YEAR 4

       Course formats (2/ 2020) 

            Due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation, our classes are offered a variety of course formats. See what and which courses we have offered in the second semester of the academic year 2020 as detailed below:

  • Online classes The entire course is delivered in an online format. Lectures, lessons and excercises are completed online over the course of the term. You are expected to communicate with the instructor and other students in the class via e-mail, class discussions and group chats, and you will submit assignments electronically. Courses may use a variety of interactive online activities and resources.
  • Blended classes (online + on-campus classes)  A course delivered in a blended format combines the face-to-face and online environments. 

 

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