How It Works
Learning online has many similarities to on-campus education programs. You'll have a regular semester schedule, assignments, exams, professors and other classmates who—like you—need the flexibility of earning a high-quality degree as they balance the other responsibilities of their busy lives.
As an online student you will be a part of a class, averaging 30 classmates. A qualified faculty member oversees the course and guides you through the learning process. The difference is that you may access the course and work on your assignments when and where you choose.
Just like in a traditional classroom, you will be expected to participate with fellow students. Using the discussion board you will participate in threaded discussions. You might also collaborate on projects with other students in Blackboard.
Taking an online course provides you with the opportunity to learn from the same knowledgeable faculty members who teach traditional, on-campus courses. Our faculty are not only qualified professionals in their field, but specifically skilled in the unique challenges of teaching online.
Your professor may offer weekly assignments to help you stay on track. Quizzes, exams and other assignments can be completed directly online in Blackboard.
As a Regent student, you will be a part of a community of learners. Online students have diverse backgrounds and experiences, adding to the richness of the learning experience.