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At NC State, Distance Education courses are offered and supported using various delivery formats. Some courses utilize more than one delivery format. The majority of courses are delivered via technologies such as the internet, DVD, or webcasting. Students with access to the appropriate technology (including the internet or a DVD player) may access these courses from their homes or other locations. Such courses make use of asynchronous scheduling, which means that students do not have to access them at specified times. Occasionally a course may require visits to campus (or a remote location) forassignments or exams.
Courses in the Master of Environmental Assessment Program are delivered via the internet as web-based courses. Courses will provide content through an online Learning Management system such as Eluminate, Moodle, or Blackboard. Students will interact with the faculty through email, online discussion groups, chat and video conferencing sessions. Specific questions about computer specifications can be addressed to our Distance Education office.
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