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Ann Russell
Dean of Distance and Evening Programs
(910) 879-5526

What is a Hybrid Course?

Hybrid courses are delivered in a combination of traditional face-to-face classes and a distance based venue: Internet, Telecourse or Teleweb. These classes are often utilized when a “laboratory” environment is needed for part of the class and lecture and other formal instruction can be facilitated in an online environment.


All guidelines for Internet-based instruction that have been previously outlined (online and Teleweb)apply to the online portion of a hybrid class. All services and resources available to online course students are available to hybrid course students for the online portion of their class.

State guidelines mandate that students have a schedule of face-to-face session given to them at the beginning of the class. The percentage of the class that will occur in a distance based venue and the percentage that is face-to-face must be decided in advance and built into the course.