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Course Delivery

Collin College offers flexible scheduling. We have 16-week classes, 14-week classes, 8-week classes, Weekend classes, online classes, and more! Each session will have a registration hard stop deadline. Be sure to check Canvas announcements, the course syllabus, with your professor and other forms of communication from the college to be informed of the requirements for the courses.

Here are a few types of classes that you may not be familiar with:

1)  Web (Fully Online) – A course taught 100% online (i.e. a Web course). Additional testing requirements including proctoring with student authentication, a desktop or laptop computer (not a mobile device), webcam, and microphone may be required. 

2)  Blended (or Hybrid) – A course taught as a Blended (or as a Hybrid) course will be taught partially online and partially on-campus.  Additional testing requirements including proctoring with student authentication, a desktop or laptop computer (not a mobile device), webcam, and microphone may be required. 

3)  Lecture – (Courses On-Campus) – The course will be delivered on campus as scheduled.  The course instructor will provide more information and any additional requirements in the syllabus. 

4)  Lab – In courses that require students to register for separate lab sections, the Schedule Type for the lab section will indicate “Lab”.  Lab sections may be delivered in any of the three formats noted above, and these formats will be communicated by looking at the “Course Description” entry in the class details that you can find by clicking on the course title.  More specific details on exactly how each lab section will be delivered will only appear when Canvas goes live.

5)  Interactive Online - This course will be delivered 100% online; however, it will require students to login on specific days/times. Additional testing requirements including proctoring with student authentication, a desktop or laptop computer (not a mobile device), webcam, and microphone may be required.  

Please note: Dual credit students will need to check with their high school for course schedule type.

More information about online proctored exams is available here.

For additional information on course delivery for Fall 2020, please click here.

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