The CMHC program has transitioned to a Hybrid Program. The CMHC Digital-Hybrid program utilizes a combination of Digital Synchronous, Digital Asynchronous, and In-Person synchronous learning.
Digital Asynchronous Learning - Canvas: Wilmington University and the CMHC Digital-Hybrid Program utilizes Canvas as a Learning Management System. All CMHC program courses have a designated Canvas course. The Canvas courses contain your syllabus as well as various learning modules, assignments, tests, and quizzes. You will have regular engagement with the course material, classmates, and your instructor through asynchronous course projects, assignments and activities. For information and learning tutorials on Canvas, please visit Canvas for Students.
Digital Synchronous Learning: CMHC students participate in digital learning activities simultaneously in real-time via regular Zoom class meetings. The Zoom for each course can be found in the Canvas course for the designated CMHC course. Students attend a Zoom class in different physical locations from the instructor and/or students. This modality allows for enhanced engagement and learning activities that occur in real-time. Attendance for all digital synchronous Zoom classes is mandatory in the CMHC program.
In-Person Synchronous Learning: CMHC students participate in some in-person learning activities simultaneously in real-time, on campus with the instructor. This modality allows for the added in-person engagement with the faculty and students, and allows for the inclusion of learning activities that are more conducive or appropriate in the in-person format. Attendance for any In-Person synchronous learning class is mandatory in the CMHC program and students are expected to travel to the specified DE site location.
For further information, please refer to the following document: CMHC Digital-Hybrid Program Explained