What is the difference between “Hybrid” and “Online”?
In an online course, all of the course assignments and activities are completed online, while hybrid courses combine the best features of online and face-to-face learning environments.
Hybrid or “Blended” learning includes some required on-campus class meetings (at the discretion of the instructor), with most course content online. Hybrid courses include face-to-face sessions that retain the social dynamic and community built in the classroom, but decrease scheduled class and commuting time for students.
Are eLearning classes right for you?
Only you can determine if eLearning will be a good fit for you. In order to be successful in eLearning classes, you will need access to a computer, time to complete schoolwork, self-determination to be active in the online classroom, good organizational skills and a minimum level of technology literacy skills. BRCC provides an eSkills orientation test that must be taken and passed (by earning at least an 80%) before you are eligible to register for an eLearning class.
Before you register for any course, make sure it is appropriate for the degree or certificate you are pursuing. Looking for academic advice about eLearning? Click here.
BRCC is now offering the following certificates fully online:
Accounting Technology Certificate of Technical Studies
Business Technology Certificate of Applied Science
Customer Service Certificate of Technical Studies
General Studies Certificate
In addition, you can earn 75% or more of the credits online that you need to graduate
in the following certificate and degree programs:
Associate of Science/Louisiana Transfer Degree in Biological Sciences
Business Technology Associate of Applied Science (Entrepreneurship Pathway)
Business Technology Associate of Applied Science (Management Pathway)
General Science Associate of Science
Liberal Arts Associate of Arts