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Note:Students are expected to check their university email prior to the first day of the semester. A student may be dropped from the course for failure to complete day 1 assignments. Students have the option of taking exams on campus during the time slot for the section or through an approved proctor. Your instructor will provide information about proctoring for your course.

math 105 Applied College Algebra 

The concepts covered in this course are the same as the concepts covered in the traditional course, only the delivery methods differ. In this online course, lessons will be conducted strictly online using PowerPoint presentations, videos and other media. Weekly assignments will be completed online. The instructor will be available for both traditional office hours and electronic office hours. Students have the option of taking exams on campus during the time slot for the section or through an approved proctor. Your instructor will provide information about proctoring for your course.

Note: Students are expected to check their university email prior to the first day of the semester.
A student may be dropped from this course for failure to complete Day 1 assignments.
Students have the option of taking exams on campus during the time slot for the section or through an approved proctor. Your instructor will provide information about proctoring for your course.

Prerequisites: An ACT mathematics score of 21 or better is required for enrollment in MATH 105.

Weekly homework assignments: Some assignments will be completed through textbook publisher's online homework site, while others will be completed/submitted through Moodle.

Time expectations: For a 3-hour course, students should expect to spend between 8 and 12 hours weekly viewing the lessons and completing assignments.

Technology requirements:
Basic computer literary and regular access to internet service are mandatory.
To insure you have the minimum hardware and software required, complete the browser check for the online homework system used in this course.
Additional software/hardware may be necessary to submit homework assignments online; i.e. the ability to scan or take digital photos of paper copies of homework.
The UL Lafayette Office of Distance and Electronic Learning suggests you complete SmarterMeasure assessment to see if online learning is a good fit for you.

More information regarding textbook purchasing options, syllabus and instructor policies will be available on the Moodle page for this course once you have registered.

math 250 Survey of Calculus 

The concepts covered in this course are the same as the concepts covered in the traditional course, only the delivery methods differ. In this online course, lessons will be conducted strictly online using PowerPoint presentations, videos and other media. Weekly assignments will be completed online. The instructor will be available for both traditional office hours and electronic office hours. Students have the option of taking exams on campus during the time slot for the section or through an approved proctor. Your instructor will provide information about proctoring for your course.

Note: Students are expected to check their university email prior to the first day of the semester.
A student may be dropped from this course for failure to complete Day 1 assignments.
Students have the option of taking exams on campus during the time slot for the section or through an approved proctor. Your instructor will provide information about proctoring for your course.

Prerequisites: Credit in College Algebra with a "C" or better.

Weekly homework assignments: Some assignments will be completed through textbook publisher's online homework site, while others will be completed/submitted through Moodle.

Time expectations: For a 3-hour course, students should expect to spend between 8 and 12 hours weekly viewing the lessons and completing assignments.

Technology requirements:
Basic computer literary and regular access to internet service are mandatory.
To insure you have the minimum hardware and software required, complete the browser check for the online homework system used in this course.
Additional software/hardware may be necessary to submit homework assignments online; i.e. the ability to scan or take digital photos of paper copies of homework.
The UL Lafayette Office of Distance and Electronic Learning suggests you complete SmarterMeasure assessment to see if online learning is a good fit for you.

More information regarding textbook purchasing options, syllabus and instructor policies will be available on the Moodle page for this course once you have registered.

stat 214 Elementary Statistics 

The concepts covered in this course are the same as the concepts covered in the traditional course, only the delivery methods differ. In this online course, lessons will be conducted strictly online using PowerPoint presentations, videos and other media. Weekly assignments will be completed online. The instructor will be available for both traditional office hours and electronic office hours. Students have the option of taking exams on campus during the time slot for the section or through an approved proctor. Your instructor will provide information about proctoring for your course.

Note: Students are expected to check their university email prior to the first day of the semester.
A student may be dropped from this course for failure to complete Day 1 assignments.
Students have the option of taking exams on campus during the time slot for the section or through an approved proctor. Your instructor will provide information about proctoring for your course.

Prerequisites: Credit in College Algebra with a "D" or better.

Weekly homework assignments: Some assignments will be completed through textbook publisher's online homework site, while others will be completed/submitted through Moodle.

Time expectations: For a 3-hour course, students should expect to spend between 8 and 12 hours weekly viewing the lessons and completing assignments.

Technology requirements:
Basic computer literary and regular access to internet service are mandatory.
To insure you have the minimum hardware and software required, complete the browser check for the online homework system used in this course.
Additional software/hardware may be necessary to submit homework assignments online; i.e. the ability to scan or take digital photos of paper copies of homework.
The UL Lafayette Office of Distance and Electronic Learning suggests you complete SmarterMeasure assessment to see if online learning is a good fit for you.

More information regarding textbook purchasing options, syllabus and instructor policies will be available on the Moodle page for this course once you have registered.