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Course Delivery Types
|Course Delivery Type
||As long as the university considers face-to-face instruction with proper social distancing measures safe, these courses will be taught in person in a classroom on campus with strict adherence to public health protocols.
||These courses will offer an online component in which students will participate at the same time (synchronously). Some or all lectures, tutorials, film screenings, discussion groups or tests will require mandatory attendance during scheduled online meeting times. Other components of the course may be offered asynchronously, (i.e., with no requirement for attendance at a designated time). Consult with individual course outlines for details.
|First year courses have both online and in-person tutorials. As long as the university considers face-to-face instruction with proper social distancing measures safe, the designated in-person component will be offered in classroom on campus with strict adherence to public health protocols. Students may choose in-person or online delivery mode when they register.
||In this course type, all teaching activities will take place online with no timeslot assigned (asynchronously). You may access the course material any time you wish; there are no mandatory synchronous activities at a specified time during the week.
||There are a small number of courses that were designed for both in-person and online delivery. Blended courses have both face-to-face and online instruction.
|Students who are not available to attend classes on campus should not choose courses with a required in-person component. If students become unable to attend in-person classes they should consult with their course instructor and seek accommodations.