UNCG Online: Division of Online Learning
UNCG ONLINE: The Division of Online Learning at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro offers a comprehensive service model to support and grow online learning at UNCG. Services primarily focus on new online program planning and incubation, online course development, marketing and recruitment, faculty support, and online student support services. For a detailed description of services please see The UNCG Online Guidebook.
Graduate credit earned for academic courses completed prior to admittance to the Graduate School is limited to 9 cumulative semester hours of credit. Students wishing to include distance/online learning work in their program should consult their advisors.
The University operates a Summer Session with classes beginning on a schedule of varying dates throughout the summer, thus enabling students to pursue a program of study best suited to their needs. Courses are open to
graduate students desiring credit towards their advanced degree, certificate, or renewal of their teaching licensure. Special workshops and conferences enrich the opportunities for Summer Session study. A normal course load is six credit hours per five-week session.
Students whose programs require that specific faculty members be available to them should determine whether these faculty members will be on campus during the summer.