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Course Types

WVU Parkersburg offers college-credit courses through several instructional methods, including online, alternative delivery and blended learning. These courses are equivalent to on-campus sections of the same course in terms of objectives, competencies, content, credit and transferability:

Course Type Description
Blended Uses a combination of web-based technology and face-to-face meetings; online course activity complements class sessions and may reduce the number of required class meetings.
Alternative Delivery System ADS courses may include electronic delivery for up to 80% of the course content. Instructors may require students to attend onsite or synchronous class sessions and/or take onsite examinations. Typically no more than five class meetings may be required during a semester.
Online Uses remote electronic delivery for 100% of the course content.  No onsite or synchronous class sessions may be required during a semester, however proctored exams arranged locally, library research, or other activities may be required.

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Online Degrees

WVU Parkersburg offers several Associate Degrees online:

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