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Course Delivery and Structure

Many Distance Learning courses are offered in Moodlerooms, a powerful learning management system that delivers engaging content and activities to learners in online courses. Other methods of course delivery include video, e-mail, mail, phone, and fax.

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You will have 2 to 4 months, depending upon your contract, to complete each course, but, since you can work at your own pace, you may finish courses in less than the time specified in your contract if you choose.

Course structure is provided by a learning contract, which contains:

  • Instructor contact information
  • A course description
  • Required resources and textbooks
  • Course objectives
  • Learning activities
  • A method of evaluation and grade determination

A Judson College Distance Learning bachelor’s degree consists of:

  • A minimum of 128 semester hours
  • The General Education Core Requirements
  • Additional requirements for the B.A. or B.S. degree
  • The requirements for your academic major
  • The requirements for your academic minor. (If no minor is declared, you must complete at least fifteen hours of upper level electives.)

Please see the Academic Special Opportunities section of the Judson College Academic Catalog for more information.

“Judson has been the answer to a prayer for this working mother of two! My schedule makes it impossible for me to attend traditional classes on campus. Judson’s distance learning program affords me the freedom and flexibility I need to earn a degree. With the distance format and the flexibility of time, I am able to work at my own pace without fear of “falling behind.” The faculty is always extremely helpful and knowledgeable, and they’re always just an e-mail or a phone call away. I highly recommend Judson’s distance learning program to anyone.”

-Cindy Dwyer, Howell, New Jersey