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Fall/Winter Course Offerings

Fall 2020 Course Information

It is anticipated that physical distancing directives, including the need to minimize large crowd gatherings, will remain in the early fall if not the full year. Given the need to communicate early and to be consistent through the full academic year, we have moved to  a blended approach with limited in-person campus presence. The focus will be on offering required course components, including action-oriented experiential learning activities (e.g., labs, simulations, research practicums, etc.).  Research activities, including graduate student projects, will be maximized to the extent possible. The remainder of the courses will be offered through quality online interactions.

Fall 2020 graduate courses – in-person
Fall 2020 graduate courses – online

Winter 2021 Course Information

* This is a DRAFT schedule based on similar assumptions to fall.  Should there be a softening of the regulations on mass gatherings the university will look further into a gradual return to campus.

It is anticipated that physical distancing directives, including the need to minimize large crowd gatherings, will remain in effect for the full year. Given the need to communicate early and to be consistent through the full academic year, we have moved to a blended approach with limited in-person campus presence. The focus will be on offering required course components, including action-oriented experiential learning activities (e.g., labs, simulations, research practicums, etc.).  Research activities, including graduate student projects, will be maximized to the extent possible.  The remainder of the courses will be offered through quality online interactions.

Winter 2021 graduate courses – in-person
Winter 2021 graduate courses – online