Juggling school, work, family and social obligations can be frustrating. The University of Utah offers hundreds of classes online helping you take the classes you need on the schedule you want. You can mix online and on-campus classes or you may choose to complete your degree or earn a certificate through one of our growing list of programs that can be completed entirely online. Squeeze in one more class each semester using online options and progress faster on your Plan to Finish. They also offer options to keep going with school when life takes an unexpected turn, or an amazing opportunity for travel, service or career advancement comes your way. Whether you are in the campus dorms, connecting from your home, or taking a class as part of your career professional development; the University of Utah offers opportunities for flexible, deeply engaged learning from one of the world’s top public universities recognized as a top choice for non-traditional student
Online classes follow the regular semester schedule and are taught by the same outstanding faculty and instructors as on-campus courses. Online classes simply don’t have a required meeting time or place; instead you access class media, readings, discussions and assignments over the internet through your computer or mobile device. In online classes everyone has a voice contributing to the learning experience. The online environment lets you ask questions, build connections with classmates, and virtually access university services like advisors. Many online classes require that you take scheduled exams supervised by a proctor. The university provides assistance arranging these proctored exams. The university adds a $60/class fee to online classes in addition to regular tuition and other fees. The fee helps develop high-quality online offerings and funds the supporting technologies and services to help you succeed.
Walk through a sample online course to get a feel for the online learning environment.
Online classes for credit at the University of Utah are accredited and accepted the same as the on-campus offerings. Some states require the university to obtain special authorization to offer classes to students in their borders. if you are living outside of Utah, check our state authorization information to determine if you can take University of Utah online classes.
Online learning takes self-discipline and careful attention to managing time and deadlines. You are responsible for making sure you keep up with class topics and turn in assignments. While many online classes involve group projects and students often form virtual study groups; much of your study, readings, lecture and assignments will be done on your own. Use the Online Readiness Questionnaire, to quickly determine if you are prepared to success in an online class.