2021-2022 University Catalog 
    
    Dec 04, 2021  
2021-2022 University Catalog

Coronavirus


Fall 2020 Schedule Updates

A number of new instructional methods have been created for Fall 2020. Below is a list of the of the types of classes to be offered and the codes/descriptions associated with those.

 

Parkville Course Types

Blended-On Campus: On campus courses generally meet 1 time (up to 2) per week on campus, with additional content delivered through Canvas. In addition to one on campus meeting time, MWF sections generally also meet live once a week via webconference (Zoom).

Blended-Webconference: These courses meet live at designated times via webconference (Zoom), with additional content delivered through Canvas.

Online-Webconference Optional (16 week, online webconference optional): Online courses are asynchronous (do not have required, live meeting times). Online courses designated as Webconference Optional have opportunities for live interaction via Zoom such as study sessions or office hours. The live component is optional for students.

 

 

Blended-On Campus

Blended-Webconference*

Online, Webconference Optional*

Section

HO

HO

HO

Instructional Method

BC

BZ

OZ

Campus

MAIN

MAIN

DIST

Room/Location

Location on Campus

WEBC (webconference), if applicable

WEBC (webconference)

Listed times are Central Standard Time

 

N/A

Synchronous opportunities to be held via Zoom (optional for students)

 


Campus Center: Pirate Patch Courses

Pirate Patch @ Campus (Host): This is a Pirate Patch (video) class. Students attend class at the designated Campus Center.

Pirate Patch @ Home (Remote): This is a Pirate Patch (video) class. Students attend at designated times via webconference (Zoom) from home.

 

Pirate Patch @ Campus

Pirate Patch @ Home

Section

2 character CC code

**Z (CC Code + Z)

Instructional Method

VF

VA

*Blended-Webconference, Online-Webconference Optional, and Pirate Patch @ Home are open to students (meet the prerequisites or other criteria) across the network, as they do not require students to be on site.