Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Online vs On-Campus Degrees, Certificates, Courses - Identified the same on student transcripts? Transfer credits too?

"Our accredited online degrees and programs appear the same on your OSU transcript as do on-campus degrees and programs at Oregon State University." - http://ecampus.oregonstate.edu/online-degrees/ 
  • Are courses on a student's transcript identified differently if that student participated entirely online, entirely "on-campus," or hybrid/blended?
  • When a student is selecting and registering for courses, does the college/university clearly indicate whether each course is entirely online, entirely "on-campus," or hybrid/blended?
  • If a student satisfactorily completes each of a full sequence of courses required for a certificate or degree from a college or university entirely online, is that certification or degree identified on the student's transcript the same or differently from the transcripts of students who complete all required courses on-campus for the same certification or degree?
  • Are courses that have been accepted by a college or university for transfer credit identified differently than other courses on a student's transcript?
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