Bainbridge College

Course Formats

 

 

A Web-Enhanced class at Bainbridge College splits instructional time between face-to-face instruction in the classroom and instruction via the internet.  Class meeting times are listed in the class schedule.  Students interact with the instructor, classmates, AND course materials not only during regularly scheduled class meetings but also through web-based technologies outside of the classroom.  Students must attend class AND log into the web-component of the course during the first week of classes to affirm their registration.

 

A Web class at Bainbridge College is taught entirely online, although some instructors require students to come to campus for orientation and testing.  Please note that a web class is NOT a directed individual study.  All students are expected to take personal responsibility, to inform themselves of all assignments, and to meet course deadlines.  Online courses at Bainbridge College are reading and writing intensive courses.   More information about these courses will be available through faculty web-pages found at http://www.bainbridge.edu/facustaff/faculty/faculty_idx.htmStudents must log into the web-component for the course during the first week of classes to affirm their registration.

 

A Traditional class at Bainbridge College provides all instructional time through face-to-face instruction in the classroom.  Outside assignments will require additional study time.  The course meets on the days and times listed in the schedule.  Students must attend during the first week of classes to affirm their registration.