Educational Technology

August 29, 2013

Online Classes Seek to Ease Bottleneck in California State Universities

Filed under: Educational Technology — admin @ 12:39 am

By Tanya Roscorla, Center for Digital Education

As consistent budget cuts have taken their toll, access to classes has been a problem at California State universities, particularly in high-demand courses. To address this problem, the university system is trying a different approach with online classes this fall, while also investigating other online initiatives. If students can’t get into a particular general education class on their home campus, they can enroll in one online class per term at another California State university. The course will go on their home campus’s transcript and at least count for elective credit, though students need to talk with an adviser about the general education requirements it could fulfill.

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