Make friends with classmates living in Asia, America, or Africa as you interact in an online class! Classwork includes reading, discussions, group projects and weekly assignment deadlines. With no specific class meeting times, you can fit an online class into your schedule in any time zone.
*Submit recent qualifying ACT or SAT math scores or take the Math Placement Exam exam at least one month before class starts, to meet the prerequisite skill level for MATH 168 and MATH 191. Prepare using ALEKS online - see details here. Email email@example.com when ready to take the exam.
Ready to register? Complete Application Steps 1-3 before deadline: August 20, 2018
Ready to register? Complete Application Steps 1-3 before deadline: January 1, 2019
High school students can register for any undergraduate lower division courses approved for high school registrations on-campus or online. Self-paced courses are designed for self-motivated adult students with college experience, so this type of online class is not recommended for high school registrations, and thus not discounted. After a student's 19th birthday, students still in high school are welcome to continue taking classes at the regular tuition rate.
Please review the minimum technical speclifications necessary to successfully study online. Upgrade any parts of your system that are below these minimums before you register for any online classes.
As courses differ in the demands made on internet, please check that the place you will be studying will have the level of bandwidth and internet site access needed to support your chosen course(s).
Few or no websites
Few websites accessed
Multiple websites required
Mostly text-based courses
Textbook online interactive materials
Include video lectures
IMPORTANT NOTE: Discuss any difficulties accessing course materials with parents and school IT staff as soon as discovered, as there may be firewall or other limitations that need adjusting to be able to complete Andrews University courses. Tablets are not suitable for all Andrews University course requirements.