SECTION E | INSTRUCTION
- SECTION EA | Academic Calendar
- SECTION EB | Alternative Methods of Instruction
- SECTION EC | Course Load
- SECTION ED | Instructional Resources
- SECTION EE | Instructional Programs
- SECTION EF | Special Programs
- SECTION EG | Academic Achievement
- SECTION EH | Testing
- SECTION EI | Academic Freedom and Responsibility
- SECTION EJ | Faculty Governance
- SECTION EK | Faculty Code of Professional Ethics
ALTERNATIVE METHODS OF INSTRUCTION
Navarro College will offer distance education. Distance education is an alternative form of instruction where the student and instructor are not in the same physical setting for the majority of instruction.
Distance education courses will comply with the standards and criteria set for all Navarro College courses.
Navarro College distance education courses will be awarded the same credit hours as traditional courses.
The Vice President of Academic Affairs will ensure that procedures are in place regarding distance education to meet accreditation requirements as well as state and federal statutes.
Distance education students shall be provided academic support services appropriate for distance education courses such as, but not limited to, advising, counseling, library, tutoring and other learning resources.
Navarro College will demonstrate that the student who registers in a distance education course is the same student who participates and receives credit for the course.
Navarro College will protect the identity and information of the distance education student.
Faculty will be hired using the same credentialing process for distance education courses and shall meet the same criteria as all other faculty of Navarro College.
Distance education courses are subject to additional fees. Students will be notified of additional fees at the time of registration.
UPDATED: April 30, 2020