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    Brazosport College
   
 
  Aug 19, 2017
 
 
    
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2017-2018 Course Catalog

Distance Learning


In support of the College’s mission, the mission of the Distance Learning and Online Instruction department is to support student success and expand educational opportunities through developing, enhancing, and assessing quality online courses, student services, and faculty professional development in a data driven, collaborative, and diverse virtual community.

About Distance Learning

Distance Learning at Brazosport College offers educational opportunities for those in need of flexible hours and convenient access to a wide range of quality courses from the comfort of their own home. With availability to online support services and resources with a click of a button our Virtual Campus provides an excellent opportunity to achieve your educational and career goals online.

Brazosport College offers the following types on Internet based courses:

  • Online courses are those in which 85-100% is done online. In most cases, full or total online courses have no in-class time, everything from viewing lectures, participating in discussions, submitting assignments and quizzes usually done online. There are some courses though, which may require a face-to-face orientation, exam review, or in-person test.
  • Hybrid courses are those in which more than 15%, but less than 85% of the course is done online. Typically these courses offer a lab component or request attendance for a lecture on campus. Everything else, participating in discussions, submitting assignments, and quizzes are done online.
  • Supplemental courses are those in which less than 15% of the course is done online. Typically only course resources are available online, everything else takes place in the classroom.

Registering for Distance Education Courses

Students should first determine course availability prior to registration.  It is recommended that students who wish to take an online course register as soon as possible to ensure a spot in the class, as online course sections tend to fill quickly.  Registration can be done through the myBC system.

Support for Distance Education

Student taking courses online have equitable access to all college support services.  First and foremost, students should visit the Distance Learning website, which contains a wealth of information including the online student handbook, instructional videos, and answers to frequently asked questions.  Other support for online learning can be accessed as follows:

Take a Virtual Campus Tour

The Virtual Campus Tour is a one hour session offered online and on-campus at various times throughout the first couple of months during the fall and spring semester. The session will provide an introduction to the Virtual Campus environment, available online support services, and general use of the most commonly used online course tools such as email, discussions, dropbox, and quizzes. 

To RSVP go to http://secure.jotform.us/mcconnel/rsvpvirtualtour

Online Degrees

Through a careful selection of online courses, student can complete the General Education Core Curriculum  online.  Students can also complete the Associate of Arts Online .  Contact a counselor or advisor for further information about online degree choices.