Online and Hybrid Courses

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Online and hybrid math classes are now open enrollment. 

  • Students must be admitted to Parkland to be considered for enrollment.
  • Transcripts must be received by Parkland prior to being considered for enrollment.
  • Students who have not been admitted to Parkland should contact the Admissions Office.

The prerequisites for online and hybrid math classes will be the same as for the on-campus math classes.  Check the Parkland College Class Schedule for information on math course offerings and prerequisites.

Due to the nature of online math classes, previous experience with online classes is to the student’s advantage. You need to be aware that if you need frequent interaction with your instructor in person, online math classes are probably not a good idea. You are strongly discouraged from taking an online or hybrid math class if you have failed or withdrawn from any section of the class in a previous semester.

You will be required to take an in-person final exam, and possibly a midterm exam.  These exams count heavily in their grade, and you will be required to sign a contract with their instructor stating you understand this.   If you cannot make it to Parkland College to take the exams, you will need to find a school Testing Center near them to make arrangements for testing.

Once you are enrolled in an online or hybrid math class, you will be contacted through Parkland student email and/or course system. Check both a few days before the class starts.


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