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    Online Associates Degree in General Education

    INSTITUTION INFORMATION Institutional Accreditation: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Program Accreditation: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Institutional Membership(s): SOC PROGRAM DETAILS Program Information: Associate in Science - Associate's Enrollment: 999 seats total Application Deadline: Open How Students and Instructors Communicate: Chat Room, E-mail, Online Assignment Submission, Postal, Threaded Discussion Board, Voice, Video Subject: Accounting and Computer Science METHOD OF COURSE INSTRUCTION

    The program is delivered primarily through internet

    Supplemental delivery formats include internet

    This course uses Angel

    eCampus' online, televised and teleweb courses offer the convenience and flexibility of distance learning to help you earn your college degree. Choose from more than 200 classes in dozens of majors to meet your educational goals.
    Online Courses: If you have a working knowledge of computers and the Internet, our online courses may be a good fit for you. To take an online course, you'll need:
    A computer that meets eCampus' technical requirements as listed on the technical information page
    Internet connection (some courses may require cable connection), E-mail account and Current Web browser. Online courses start and end according to the regular SPC session dates, but individual classes have no pre-set meeting schedule. Students and instructors interact online via e-mail, bulletin boards, and chat rooms. Your course syllabus, assignments, and most tests will be available online, and you'll submit your completed work electronically. Telecourses: Telecourses combine video lessons (telelessons), study guides, textbook readings, written assignments, traditional testing, and interaction with instructors. You have several options for viewing telelessons. You can watch the lessons when they are broadcast--on the SPC cable channel and most Pinellas County cable systems--according to the schedule in the syllabus, view the lessons online from the Video Online web site, tape lessons and view them later, check out the tapes for viewing at any SPC library or rent the entire series of course tapes for a one-time nonrefundable fee through RMI Media Productions. Telecourse orientation, which is required, and telecourse exams are all held at SPC's Seminole Campus (Campus Locator Map). For distant students who cannot come to the Seminole campus, other arrangements can be made for taking telecourse exams. Your course syllabus will give you full details about your class, so it's important to obtain your syllabus at least a week before classes begin. Teleweb courses: Students view the telelessons, then communicate with instructors and other students via the Internet. In addition to your TV, you'll need a computer and printer, e-mail address, and Web browser, just as for online courses. Course syllabi, assignments, quizzes and some tests are posted on the Internet. Depending on your course and instructor, you may need to come to the Seminole Campus (Campus Locator Map) for testing. Teleweb courses rely heavily on the Internet and e-mail, so before deciding to take a teleweb class, be sure you're comfortable with your computer skill level. Teleweb courses combine televised and online learning. To see what taking a teleweb courses is like, visit our sample online course and read about how telecourses work. For air times of televised lessons, see the Telecourse Schedule printable version.
    Minimum hardware specifications - IBM/Intel Machines: Pentium II 300 or equivalent with 96 megabytes of memory. Monitor, Sound card. Apple Macintosh: Power-PC based machine with 96 megabytes of memory
    St. Petersburg College offers an entire web site dedicated to help students find learning resources. The site includes numerous links, articles, ebooks and a catalog as well as a "Ask a Librarian" section to help those students who can't find what they are looking for. The library can be reached at Telephone: (727) 712-3771. Books may be ordered online or you may contact the bookstore at (727) 347-0310.
    Scholarships, grants, and loans are available to help SPC students meet their college costs. The financial aid guidelines for eCampus classes are the same as for other types of classes. For complete information about financial assistance, go to the financial aid home page or visit any SPC Office of Scholarships and Student Financial Assistance. The financial aid office can be reached at (727) 341-4321.


    Our Cyber Advisors specialize in assisting both current and prospective eCampus students with course selection, academic program planning, pre- and co-requisites, and other issues. Visit the website for more information.
    Most eCampus courses are capped at 30, with a couple exceptions. The courses are open to both those students seeking a degree and those who are not.
    Some telecourses hold orientations, and some telecourse, teleweb and online courses require proctored testing for midterms and finals. Students out of the area, will need to arrange for a proctor at a college near them.
    None. The courses are handled the same way a traditional on campus course is handled. No special prerequisites are needed to take an eCampus course.


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