The UCF Virtual Campus provides opportunities for students to enroll in credit courses and select degree programs delivered over the Internet. The instructional design of these courses maintains a high-quality learning environment for non-traditional, distant, and campus-based students. The course materials and methods were developed by UCF faculty to maximize the learner’s achievement of course and program objectives.
Visit http://online.ucf.edu for information on the Virtual Campus courses and programs, as well as technical and skill requirements. Virtual Campus courses are identified in the online Class Schedule Search in myUCF (https://my.ucf.edu), by the Instruction Mode, found on the Class Search Detail Panel for each class. Online instruction modes include:
WORLD WIDE WEB: These courses are delivered entirely over the Internet. Students must have access to the Internet, a Web browser such as Internet Explorer, ability to use email, and basic computer skills such as word processing.
MIXED-MODE/REDUCED SEAT TIME: These courses require electronic media-based instruction that substitutes for some classroom time (reduced seat time). Students must have access to the Internet, a Web browser such as Internet Explorer, ability to use email, and basic computer skills such as word processing.
2-WAYTV, WEB/RDCESEATTIME: Reduced seat time classes similar to MIXED-MODE, but the classroom time is comprised of scheduled 2-way interactive television feeds available at selected regional campuses and centers.