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    Courses in Lee University’s Division of Adult Learning are available online, in Lee’s Moodle platform, and onsite at Lee Education Centers.

     

    Lee Online is the primary means of program delivery in the Division of Adult Learning. This form of study is a highly engaging experience, which is based on models of adult learning in a virtual classroom environment. Over the course of the 8-week term, students log in to classes for online instructions, videos, lectures, assignments, discussions, etc. Materials are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week throughout the term. During a course, the instructor may schedule times to meet online with the students. These sessions are for discussion, lecture, course mentoring, etc. The number of hours necessary to complete Lee Online courses is 14 - 17 hours per week.

     

    The Division of Adult Learning offers accelerated onsite instruction. This format of study is a highly engaging experience, which is based on models of adult learning in a classroom environment. Over the course of the 8-week term, students attend classes once a week for 3 hours of onsite instruction. Materials are made available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week through the online components of the course. The 3-hour course sessions are for discussion, lecture, case studies, group presentations, course mentoring, etc. Additional classroom time is made available to students for their own group work preparation, study space, or other student usage. The number of hours necessary to complete DAL courses is 14 - 17 hours per week. Courses are currently held at the Cleveland Education Center and the Charlotte Center.

     

     

    The Division of Adult Learning offers Online Intensives. This format of study is a highly engaging experience, which is based on models of adult learning in both the online and classroom environments. Over the course of the 8-week term, students are engaged in online discussions and assignments, while they also attend two weekend intensives for onsite instruction. Materials are made available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week through the online components of the course. The 4-hour course sessions are for discussion, lecture, case studies, group presentations, course mentoring, etc. Additional classroom time is made available to students for their own group work preparation, study space, or other student usage. The number of hours necessary to complete DAL courses is 14 - 17 hours per week.

    Courses are currently held at the Cleveland Education Center (TN), the Charlotte Center (NC), and other approved sites as needed.