LTC understands that not all students are able to participate in our traditional classroom setting. Therefore, we are happy to provide you with options including blended classes, online classes, and accelerated classes, among others. Learn if flexible classes are right for you
These options are designed to fit your schedule and busy life. Fitting in an education is now designated by you, the student, using a timetable that can accommodate mornings, evenings, and weekends. Choosing a class that is right for you using these options in addition to our traditional format classes is easy- simply use our Find a Class search and select the Course Delivery you are interested in.
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Classes are online, utilizing email and a web-based portal for assignments, instructor contact and learning plans. An online orientation is required before registering for these classes.
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Classes are given in an 8-week versus 16-week format.
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ITV (Interactive Television Classes)
Classes are offered via television at the Cleveland, Sheboygan, and Manitowoc campuses. Both the instructor and students can communicate, see, and hear each other while the instructor can remain at the remote site.
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Classes are offered where students must complete assignments on time, then must deliver them through email, mail, or in-person as designated by the instructor. These classes may also contain a testing component in which students must take proctored exams at the Cleveland, Manitowoc, or Sheboygan campuses. Should a student reside outside of the area, instructors may permit another approved proctor to administer any exams.
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Classes are offered as a print-based correspondence course, but have online lab components as well. These classes are typically math courses only.
Students work at their own pace in a lab setting during open lab hours. These classes are typically keyboading courses only.
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Students work with the instructor, typically one-on-one, with Dean approval to complete a course. These may involve varying components, including print-based correspondence.
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