Course Schedule

Course Schedule

This schedule represents CDM courses only. To find courses taught elsewhere at DePaul, please visit the DePaul Schedule of Classes. Can't find CDM the course you're looking for? For all courses ever taught at CDM, please visit MyCDM. Several CDM courses count towards liberal studies credit, for a list of such courses visit the CDM Liberal Studies courses page.

Classes in 2020-2021 will be offered in multiple modalities, with both on campus and online offerings. Read the Guide to 2020-21 Schedule of Classes for more information.

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Computer Science

CSC 208 Ethics in Technology

  • Section 201
  • Class# 28120
  • 4.00 credits

  • Section 201
  • Class# 28120
  • 4.00 credits

  • Section 501
  • Class# 28312
  • 4.00 credits

  • Section 502
  • Class# 28122
  • 4.00 credits

CSC 233 Codes and Ciphers

  • Section 501
  • Class# 28123
  • 4.00 credits

CLOSED
  • Section 510
  • Class# 28467
  • 4.00 credits

This section is linked to CSC 233-501. Lecture and materials will be available at https://d2l.depaul.edu at the start of the quarter.

CLOSED

CSC 241 Introduction to Computer Science I

  • Section 501
  • Class# 28124
  • 4.00 credits

CLOSED
  • Section 501L
  • Class# 28383
  • 4.00 credits

CLOSED
  • MW
  • Online: Sync
  • Tony Lowe
  • Section 503
  • Class# 28322
  • 4.00 credits

CLOSED
  • Section 503L
  • Class# 28384
  • 4.00 credits

CLOSED
  • W
  • Online: Sync
  • Ken Yu
  • Section 801
  • Class# 28230
  • 4.00 credits

CLOSED
  • Th
  • Online: Sync
  • Ken Yu
  • Section 801L
  • Class# 28385
  • 4.00 credits

CLOSED
  • Section 802
  • Class# 28578
  • 4.00 credits

CLOSED
  • Section 802L
  • Class# 28579
  • 4.00 credits

CLOSED

CSC 242 Introduction to Computer Science II

  • Section 501
  • Class# 28125
  • 4.00 credits

  • Section 501L
  • Class# 28386
  • 4.00 credits

  • Section 501X
  • Class# 34984
  • 4.00 credits

  • Section 502
  • Class# 28126
  • 4.00 credits

  • Section 502L
  • Class# 28387
  • 4.00 credits

  • Section 503
  • Class# 28127
  • 4.00 credits

  • Section 503L
  • Class# 28388
  • 4.00 credits

  • Section 504
  • Class# 28323
  • 4.00 credits

  • Section 504L
  • Class# 28389
  • 4.00 credits

  • Section 506
  • Class# 28557
  • 4.00 credits

  • Section 506L
  • Class# 28558
  • 4.00 credits

  • Section 507
  • Class# 34357
  • 4.00 credits

  • Section 507L
  • Class# 34360
  • 4.00 credits

  • Section 801
  • Class# 28291
  • 4.00 credits

  • Section 801L
  • Class# 28390
  • 4.00 credits

CSC 243 Introduction to Computer Science for Programmers

  • Section 501
  • Class# 28195
  • 4.00 credits

CSC 299 Sophomore Lab in Applied Computing

  • Section 520
  • Class# 28382
  • 4.00 credits
  • Topic: Go Faster with Webassembly

  • Section 801
  • Class# 28901
  • 4.00 credits
  • Topic: Web Application Security

CSC 300 Data Structures I

  • Section 501
  • Class# 28188
  • 4.00 credits

  • Section 502
  • Class# 28260
  • 4.00 credits

  • Section 510
  • Class# 28472
  • 4.00 credits

This section is linked to CSC 300-502. Lecture and materials will be available at https://d2l.depaul.edu at the start of the quarter.

CSC 301 Data Structures II

  • Section 501
  • Class# 28261
  • 4.00 credits

CLOSED
  • Section 502
  • Class# 28262
  • 4.00 credits

CLOSED
  • Section 510
  • Class# 28482
  • 4.00 credits

This section is linked to CSC 301-502. Lecture and materials will be available at https://col.cdm.depaul.edu at the start of the quarter.

CLOSED
  • Section 801
  • Class# 34137
  • 4.00 credits

CLOSED

CSC 309 C++ for Programmers

  • Section 820
  • Class# 28130
  • 4.00 credits

CSC 321 Design and Analysis of Algorithms

  • Section 801
  • Class# 28489
  • 4.00 credits

This section is linked to CSC 321-801. Lecture and materials will be available at https://col.cdm.depaul.edu at the start of the quarter.

CLOSED
  • Section 820
  • Class# 28313
  • 4.00 credits

CLOSED

CSC 347 Concepts of Programming Languages

  • Section 520
  • Class# 28357
  • 4.00 credits

CLOSED

CSC 348 Introduction to Compiler Design

  • Section 801
  • Class# 28263
  • 4.00 credits

  • Section 820
  • Class# 34947
  • 4.00 credits

CSC 352 Database Programming

  • Section 820
  • Class# 28189
  • 4.00 credits

CSC 355 Database Systems

  • Section 501
  • Class# 28264
  • 4.00 credits

  • Section 502
  • Class# 28281
  • 4.00 credits

  • Section 510
  • Class# 28920
  • 4.00 credits

  • Section 511
  • Class# 33905
  • 4.00 credits

CSC 361 Optimized C++

  • Section 801
  • Class# 28516
  • 4.00 credits

  • Section 810
  • Class# 28517
  • 4.00 credits

CSC 371 Mobile Application Development for iOS

  • Section 801
  • Class# 28315
  • 4.00 credits

  • Section 810
  • Class# 28491
  • 4.00 credits

This section is linked to CSC 371-801. Lecture and materials will be available at https://col.cdm.depaul.edu at the start of the quarter.

CSC 373 Computer Systems I

  • Section 501
  • Class# 28131
  • 4.00 credits

CLOSED
  • Section 510
  • Class# 28450
  • 4.00 credits

This section is linked to CSC 373-501. Lecture and materials will be available at https://d2l.depaul.edu at the start of the quarter.

CLOSED
  • Section 520
  • Class# 28363
  • 4.00 credits

CLOSED

CSC 374 Computer Systems II

  • Section 520
  • Class# 28265
  • 4.00 credits

  • Section 801
  • Class# 28316
  • 4.00 credits

  • Section 810
  • Class# 28492
  • 4.00 credits

This section is linked to CSC 374-801. Lecture and materials will be available at https://col.cdm.depaul.edu at the start of the quarter.

CSC 376 Distributed Systems

  • Section 501
  • Class# 28331
  • 4.00 credits

CLOSED
  • Section 510
  • Class# 28570
  • 4.00 credits

CLOSED

CSC 379 Technology Partnerships in Urban Schools

  • Section 501
  • Class# 34506
  • 4.00 credits
  • Topic: Esports: Chicago Public Schools

This section of CSC 379 is tied to a project with two schools in Chicago Public Schools (Orr Academy and George Washington High School). The project involves an esports afterschool program that leverages esports to develop 21th century skills in high school students and connect them to careers in computing. Students in CSC 379 will act as coaches and mentors for the high school students. Students should be gamers (Rocket League and NBA 2K) and be pursuing a computing-related major. If you are interested in the class please fill out the informational sheet at: https://depaul.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_d13ISawFnDeV3mt

CLOSED

CSC 380 Foundations of Artificial Intelligence

  • Section 801
  • Class# 28276
  • 4.00 credits

  • Section 810
  • Class# 28468
  • 4.00 credits

This section is linked to CSC 380-801. Lecture and materials will be available at https://d2l.depaul.edu at the start of the quarter.

CSC 382 Applied Image Analysis

  • Section 801
  • Class# 28346
  • 4.00 credits

  • Section 810
  • Class# 28497
  • 4.00 credits

This section is linked to CSC 382-801. Lecture and materials will be available at https://d2l.depaul.edu at the start of the quarter.

CSC 392 Mobile Application Development for Android II

  • Section 801
  • Class# 28875
  • 4.00 credits

  • Section 810
  • Class# 28877
  • 4.00 credits

CSC 394 Software Projects

  • Section 801
  • Class# 28191
  • 4.00 credits

CLOSED

CSC 395 Research Colloquium

  • Section 501
  • Class# 28280
  • 2.00 credits

  • Section 510
  • Class# 28471
  • 2.00 credits

This section is linked to CSC 395-801. Lecture and materials will be available at https://d2l.depaul.edu at the start of the quarter.

CSC 397 Topics in Computer Science

  • Section 802
  • Class# 34507
  • 4.00 credits
  • Topic: Computational Neuroscience

CSC 400 Discrete Structures for Computer Science

  • Section 801
  • Class# 28132
  • 4.00 credits

  • Section 802
  • Class# 28333
  • 4.00 credits

  • Section 810
  • Class# 28422
  • 4.00 credits

This section is linked to CSC 400-802. Lecture and materials will be available at https://col.cdm.depaul.edu at the start of the quarter.

  • Section 811
  • Class# 28511
  • 4.00 credits

CSC 401 Introduction to Programming

  • Section 801
  • Class# 28133
  • 4.00 credits

  • Section 801X
  • Class# 35010
  • 4.00 credits

  • Section 810
  • Class# 28423
  • 4.00 credits

This section is linked to CSC 401-802. Lecture and materials will be available at https://d2l.depaul.edu at the start of the quarter.

  • Section 820
  • Class# 34347
  • 4.00 credits

  • Section 820X
  • Class# 34963
  • 4.00 credits

CSC 402 Data Structures I

  • Section 801
  • Class# 28284
  • 4.00 credits

  • Section 801X
  • Class# 34938
  • 4.00 credits

  • Section 810
  • Class# 28473
  • 4.00 credits

This section is linked to CSC 402-801. Lecture and materials will be available at https://d2l.depaul.edu at the start of the quarter.

CSC 403 Data Structures II

  • Section 810
  • Class# 28464
  • 4.00 credits

This section is linked to CSC 403-801. Lecture and materials will be available at https://d2l.depaul.edu at the start of the quarter.

CSC 404 Accelerated C++

  • Section 820
  • Class# 28134
  • 4.00 credits

CSC 406 Systems I

  • Section 820
  • Class# 28301
  • 4.00 credits

  • Section 821
  • Class# 34913
  • 4.00 credits

  • Sa
  • McGowan South Room 108
  • Zhen Huang
  • Sa
  • McGowan South Room 108
  • Zhen Huang
  • Sa
  • McGowan South Room 108
  • Zhen Huang
  • Section 821X
  • Class# 35013
  • 4.00 credits

CSC 407 Systems II

  • Section 820
  • Class# 28135
  • 4.00 credits

CSC 412 Tools and Techniques for Computational Analysis

  • Section 820
  • Class# 28268
  • 4.00 credits

CSC 421 Applied Algorithms and Structures

  • Section 820
  • Class# 28136
  • 4.00 credits

CSC 435 Distributed Systems I

  • Section 820
  • Class# 28137
  • 4.00 credits

CSC 440 Cryptology

  • Section 801
  • Class# 28289
  • 4.00 credits

  • Section 810
  • Class# 28479
  • 4.00 credits

This section is linked to CSC 440-801. Lecture and materials will be available at https://d2l.depaul.edu at the start of the quarter.

CSC 447 Concepts of Programming Languages

  • Section 801
  • Class# 28138
  • 4.00 credits

  • Section 810
  • Class# 28429
  • 4.00 credits

This section is linked to CSC 447-801. Lecture and materials will be available at https://d2l.depaul.edu at the start of the quarter.

CSC 452 Database Programming

  • Section 820
  • Class# 28139
  • 4.00 credits

CSC 453 Database Technologies

  • Section 820
  • Class# 28431
  • 4.00 credits

This section is linked to CSC 453-802. Lecture and materials will be available at https://d2l.depaul.edu at the start of the quarter.

CLOSED

CSC 461 Optimized C++

  • Section 801
  • Class# 28514
  • 4.00 credits

  • Section 801X
  • Class# 34985
  • 4.00 credits

  • Section 810
  • Class# 28515
  • 4.00 credits

  • Section 810X
  • Class# 35019
  • 4.00 credits

CSC 471 Mobile Application Development for iOS

  • Section 801
  • Class# 28314
  • 4.00 credits

  • Section 810
  • Class# 28490
  • 4.00 credits

This section is linked to CSC 471-801. Lecture and materials will be available at https://col.cdm.depaul.edu at the start of the quarter.

CSC 482 Applied Image Analysis

  • Section 801
  • Class# 28345
  • 4.00 credits

This section is linked to CSC 482-801. Lecture and materials will be available at https://d2l.depaul.edu at the start of the quarter.

  • Section 810
  • Class# 28496
  • 4.00 credits

This section is linked to CSC 482-801. Lecture and materials will be available at https://d2l.depaul.edu at the start of the quarter.

CSC 492 Mobile Application Development for Android II

  • Section 801
  • Class# 28874
  • 4.00 credits

  • Section 810
  • Class# 28876
  • 4.00 credits

CSC 500 Research Colloquium

  • Section 501
  • Class# 28141
  • 2.00 credits

  • Section 510
  • Class# 28432
  • 2.00 credits

This section is linked to CSC 500-801. Lecture and materials will be available at https://d2l.depaul.edu at the start of the quarter.

CSC 555 Mining Big Data

  • Section 801
  • Class# 28348
  • 4.00 credits

  • Section 810
  • Class# 28498
  • 4.00 credits

This section is linked to CSC 555-801. Lecture and materials will be available at https://d2l.depaul.edu at the start of the quarter.

CSC 575 Intelligent Information Retrieval

  • Section 820
  • Class# 28190
  • 4.00 credits

CSC 577 Recommender Systems

  • Section 820
  • Class# 33906
  • 4.00 credits

CSC 587 Cognitive Science

  • Section 820
  • Class# 28142
  • 4.00 credits

CSC 697 Graduate Internship

  • Section 801
  • Class# 28107
  • 1.00 credits

  • Section 802
  • Class# 28108
  • 2.00 credits

  • Section 803
  • Class# 28109
  • 3.00 credits

  • Section 804
  • Class# 28110
  • 4.00 credits

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings. Like 'On-Campus Plus Zoom,' this class consists of students who meet on campus in a Zoom enabled room at a specific time on a specific day, along with students who meet at the same time on Zoom. The difference is that most students will alternate between meeting on campus and meeting on Zoom, while some students will meet only on Zoom. This modality allows for increased enrollment in on-campus classes under social distancing conditions, while at the same time offering a fully online synchronous modality to students who may be unable or unwilling to come to campus.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Meets on campus at a scheduled time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

Students and faculty are on Zoom at scheduled day/time.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

If you have taken an online class at DePaul in previous years you may already be familiar with this first modality. These classes do not meet at a specific time on specific days. An Online Async class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes take place at a specific time on a specific day, with the instructor and all the students meeting online using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. The class notes on the Enrollment Information tab of the Class Information screen may contain further details on the required/planned meetings.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Async (Sync-Option) class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, schedules, and structured opportunities for you to interact with your classmates, asynchronously. In addition, this class is paired with a class that takes place at a specific time on a specific day, on campus or on Zoom. Students in these classes may connect with the live classroom and instructor via Zoom, if and when they are available, but they are not required to do so. Typically, students in an Online:Sync-Option class will have access to the recordings of the paired live classroom.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

An Online: Sync-Classroom Link class takes place at a specific time on a specific day, linked to a class that takes place at the same time on campus. Students in these classes connect via Zoom with the live classroom and the instructor, so everyone can interact synchronously. Before selecting this option, please carefully consider your ability to actively participate in video and audio with a reliable internet connection.

For more information, please visit the guide to classes.

These classes are a combination of asynchronous and synchronous online work. An online hybrid class is designed in D2L, where you find content, assignments, and schedules. In addition, the class meets synchronously on-line, on specified dates at the assigned time, using a synchronous meeting tool like Zoom. Though the class has assigned time(s) and day(s) of the week, it typically meets synchronously only some of the time. Th