Central Lakes College will offer more liberal arts classes this year in a unique, mostly online format to better meet the needs of working adults. The classes meet mostly online and have one face-to-face evening class meeting each month.
“These classes may appeal to those who don’t want a fully online experience, and are not available for traditional daytime classes,” said Martha Kuehn, CLC’s Dean of Liberal Arts and Sciences. “The face-to-face class meetings will allow students to interact with their instructors and each other, permitting classroom discussions conferences with the instructors.”
This fall, Composition I and General Psychology are being offered in this format. These classes will each meet four Tuesday evenings during fall semester, with the remainder of the classes occurring online. Composition I is being taught by Julie Austin and Tracy Tschida will teach General Psychology.
During spring semester, the evening classes will be Composition II and Introduction to Communication. These classes will also meet four Tuesday evenings apiece during spring semester, with the remaining instruction occurring online. Julie Austin will teach Composition II, and Wendy Vandeputte will teach Introduction to Communication.
To register: www.clcmn.edu/registration/