Internet courses are perfect for individuals who are balancing work, family, and school. Though there are due dates for assignments, students can work at any time of day that is convenient for them. There are no mandatory face-to-face class meetings. All you need to take an Internet course is a computer with an Internet connection. To see if your home computer can support Internet courses, read the list of system requirements.
The courses included in the course rotation are guaranteed to be offered in the semesters listed. You should consult the rotations as you plan your degree program.
Spring 2015 | Summer 2014 | Fall 2015
For a complete list of Sections Available: Select "Course Section Search" to find Internet course offerings by semester. Select the term, subject, enter "TBA" for Internets offerings, and Internet for the "Site." This will provide an up-to-date list of Internet courses by subject for any selected term.
Compressed Video classes meet in classrooms on one of Northwestern's campuses. Students interact with instructors in real-time using video cameras and microphones. Northwestern has compressed video classrooms in Natchitoches, Shreveport, Alexandria, Leesville, and Ferriday. Check the compressed video schedule to see which courses are available in your area.
Spring 2015 | Summer 2014 | Fall 2014
For a complete list of Sections Available: Select "Course Section Search" to find Compressed Video course offerings by semester. Select the term, subject, day(s), and distance learning for the "Site." This will provide an up-to-date list of compressed video courses by subject for any selected term.