Benefits of Online Learning
Online learning gives you the flexibility to complete your coursework wherever it is convenient for you. You aren't tied to specific class times, although you will be required to submit assignments in a certain timeframe. Log in and complete your coursework during the time of day that's best for you.
As part of its online course offerings, UNO provides live streaming audio and video; recorded audio and video; mobile applications; and online labs.
UNO’s BMS (formerly BGS) degree was first offered in 1951; the program began offering distance education courses in 1997 and an entirely online degree in 2007.
Online students at UNO have access to the same student services available to on-campus students. All of UNO’s online students have full access to a team of professional academic advisors who provide guidance and support. Academic advising is available online, over the phone and on campus.
Common Questions: Online Courses
Do online courses follow the same schedule as regular, on-campus courses?
Yes. Online courses start and end on the same dates as regular, on-campus courses.
Do online courses have a final exam, just like regular on-campus courses?
Sometimes. Just as with regular, on-campus courses, be sure to check your syllabus and communicate with your instructor about the course requirements.
Are online courses self-paced?
No. Online courses have weekly schedules and due dates for readings, discussion board posts, assignments and tests. Your instructor will let you know what to expect each week for assignments.
Are online courses easier than on-campus courses?
No. The content of online courses mirrors that of on-campus courses. It has been modified to fit the online format. Many students report that online courses require more discipline and planning than some on-campus courses.
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