The Department of Teaching, Learning and Culture offers both online and hybrid classes. Students may register for these using the same process that is used for a traditional, face-to-face class. New course offerings are included as needs arise, so be sure to contact the Registrar for additional information on registration.
To browse and register for all classes, this is done through Howdy.
Online classes allow students to obtain college credit without the need for traveling to one of Texas A&M’s campuses. The content and transferability of the courses are the same as traditional on-campus courses. In a manner similar to courses offered on-campus, instructors in online courses use a variety of learning activities via distance such as discussion, class projects, exams, presentations, and written papers.
Hybrid classes are conducted by both face-to-face classroom meetings and distance learning activities. The distance learning activities may supplement face-to-face activities; they do not have to replace them.
TLAC offers two completely online graduate programs, one for a master's degree in education and one for an Ed.D. in curriculum and instruction. All courses are offered under the guidance of a qualified instructor. Also, many require students to complete orientation activities at the beginning of the course. Students taking these courses have the same rights and responsibilities as they do in traditional campus-based courses.
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