Advice & Support
Academic advising is essential to student success. It is our objective to see students succeed and attain their goals throughout their experience and after they complete their programs of study.
Academic advising is available to assist students in
- Selecting courses
- Program requirements
- Financial records
- Scholarships and military benefits
Contact your advisor at email@example.com.
The Student Services Administrative Assistant is available to assist with
- Proctored exams
- Academic records
- Grades and transcript orders
- Program completion requirements, diplomas and certificates
If students need assistance with any of the listed items, they may contact the Student Services Administrative Assistant at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Courses are offered in the Winter, Spring, Summer, and Fall semesters and are 12 weeks in length. Courses taken at the graduate level provide three credit hours. Each three-credit hour course requires approximately 135 hours of work, and students should expect to spend approximately nine hours per week on their studies. Coursework includes weekly assignments (e.g., reading assignments, group discussion posts, short written assignments) and larger assignments (e.g., final papers, practicums). Students are encouraged to review course schedules and syllabi at the beginning of the semester and plan accordingly in order to keep pace with assignments and discussions.