COMPRESSED VIDEO COURSES (CV)
Compressed video courses offer students an opportunity to receive credit from McNeese or other Louisiana universities by attending class at one of the on-campus sites or at one of the off-campus sites in Jeff Davis or Beauregard parishes. Compressed video involves two-way, full motion video and audio that closely replicates a traditional face-to-face class. Electronic fees ($20 per credit hour) will be administered for all off-campus "CZ" courses. Refer to the online schedule to view course listings. Compressed Video courses are marked section "CV" (on-campus) or "CZ" (off-campus).
INTERNET OR WEB-BASED COURSES (W) (WH)
Internet or web-based classes are offered in several departments and allow students to access class information and assignments from home or at times that might be more convenient to the student. Web-hybrid classes are often used to supplement traditional classes or other distance courses. Some on-campus meeting times or designated testing sites may be required. Electronic fees ($20 per credit hour) will be administered for all web classes, which are marked section "W" or "WH." "W" (web) sections do not require any on-campus time. "WH" (web-hybrid) sections do require on-campus times. More information is available in the course sections or from the instructors. When the classes begin, they may be accessed from the Moodle link on the McNeese web page. All new students are assigned user IDs and passwords at the start of their first semester or during late registration. Refer to the online schedule to view course listings, select the appropriate semester, scroll down to the bottom of the screen and check "Show web courses only."
ACCELERATED ONLINE CLASSES
Web-based classes are offered for adult learners enrolled in the Adult Learning Louisiana Online Program. The adult learning programa allows adult learners the opportunity to pursue their degree online without putting their lives on hold. Adult learning allows these learners to take advantage of two 7-week sessions within a regular semester. This allows students to earn credits each session during the semester while only having to concentrate on one or two classes at the same time. The online courses allow students to access class information and assignments when and where they choose.More information about adult learning is available on the statewide website or by contacting the Coordinator of Electronic Learning at 337-562-4220 or email@example.com.