Distance Education Schedule
All Online Courses
Fully Online Courses
(95% - 100% Online)
Partial Online Courses
(51% - 94% Online)
Hybrid Online Courses
(1% - 50% Online)
Distance Education courses offer exciting educational opportunities. Successful distance education students are highly motivated, independent learners who can manage their time well. They understand that distance education courses are equally or even more challenging than traditional “face-to-face” classes and do not hesitate to seek assistance early.
CSU Online Degrees and Other Info
CSU's online courses are courses that are delivered via the Internet. Successful online learners are comfortable with reading and viewing materials online, participating in online discussions, and using a computer. Before enrolling in a CSU online course, read the CSU Online Course Requirements and the course comment in the class listing for the term you select below.
Some online courses require the student to attend an orientation or class meeting on the CSU campus, and those courses are identified by a course comment below the class meeting information.
- Class info
- Registration info
- Academic Calendars
- Course Evaluations
- Dates of terms
- Final exam schedules
- Guide to abbreviations in class listings
- Online Degrees
- Previous-term class schedules
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The class schedules accessed from this page are compiled dynamically from CSU's student information system and are accurate at the time you access a listing.
Note for out of state students
If you live outside the state of Georgia, state regulations may limit your distance education options. To find out whether Columbus State University is authorized to deliver specific programs in your state, please email your inquiry to firstname.lastname@example.org. This email address is exclusively for questions regarding state approval of online offerings. Other types of questions should be sent to the academic department offering the online course.
Also note: Columbus State University does NOT guarantee that programs that fulfill Georgia licensure requirements will necessarily satisfy the criteria of professional boards in other states or territories. Students from outside of Georgia who are considering a professional program should contact the appropriate board in their state of intended practice prior to beginning a course of study.