Course Types and Term Descriptions

Course Type Section Numbers Course Type Description
Hybrid Courses HB01-HB99 Hybrid courses offer 50% to 85% of instruction online. The remaining instruction will be offered in person in a classroom during a scheduled time. Canvas Orientation is required before enrolling in these courses. Follow the Online Learning link for more information.
Online Courses V01-V99 Online courses are asynchronous and do not require real-time interaction; instead, students utilize the Canvas Learning Management System to work more independently to learn and complete course content and assignments by instructor-established deadlines. Online courses do not have required class meeting times, although the instructor may occasionally schedule an optional meeting when needed. Canvas Orientation is required before enrolling in these courses. Follow the Online Learning link for more information.
STAR Corequisite Courses MY01-MY59 STAR (Students Transitioning and Academically Rising) corequisite courses give developmental education students the opportunity to enroll in credit-bearing courses linked to developmental education courses. Follow the College Preparatory Studies link for more information.
Term Term Description
Accelerated Terms M101-M399 Accelerated terms include courses delivered in a 5-week or 8-week period in order to expedite the completion of coursework in a shorter timeframe. Accelerated courses cover the same contact hours and course content as they do in 16-week semesters.
Weekend College S01-S99 Weekend College courses are delivered in 8-week and 5-week terms (for summer) and are offered in a blended (hybrid) format where 75% of the coursework will be delivered online, and 25% of the coursework will be delivered in person in a classroom during a scheduled time on Saturdays. Canvas Orientation is required before enrolling in these courses. Follow the Weekend College link for more information.
Winter
Mini-semester
W01-W99
WV01-WV99
Winter Mini-semesters is a four-week semester that is scheduled after the fall semester and before the spring semester. Classes may be offered online or in-person in a classroom during a scheduled time. Canvas Orientation is required before enrolling in online courses. Follow the Winter Mini-semester link for more information.