Online Learning Options

Hybrid Courses (HYB)

Wilmington University offers the following options for self-motivated, self-directed students to enroll in courses with limited on-location meetings. Hybrid courses contain the code "HYB" in the Course ID.

Type of Course

What You Need

How to Access the Course

What about Books?

Hybrid Courses combine the best features of in-class interaction and online learning.

On-location class meetings for these courses can be reduced by as much as 50% compared to traditional courses.

Participation will be required online to replace in-class sessions.
Internet access is required, and very convenient Internet access is recommended.

Hybrid courses typically begin with an on-location class meeting (day and time as published in the course listing) to discuss the class meeting schedule and course outline.

See the course comment for specific information and instructions.
Books can be purchased in the University Bookstore at your College location, or by any method you choose. To find which textbooks are required for your course, go to the Bookstore's web page to view the list of textbooks required for each course.

Online Courses (DIS)

Wilmington University offers the following options for self-motivated, self-directed students to enroll in courses with no on-location meetings. Tuition for All online courses is billed at the New Castle tuition rate. Online courses contain the code "DIS" in the Course ID.

Type of Course

What You Need

How to Access the Course

What about Books?

Online Courses are courses where all learning activities are conducted using the Internet. There will be no on-location meetings with the instructor or other students enrolled in the course.

See the course comment for specific instructions.

Internet access is required, and very convenient Internet access is recommended.

Prior to enrolling in an Online Course, completion of the prerequisite DIS095 is required. DIS095 is FREE of charge and can be completed through Blackboard in approximately 60 minutes.

Access your online courses through Blackboard.

Online Courses begin on the first Monday of the block or semester. Online students are expected to participate 3-5 days per week. The actual time of day is up to the student.
Students enrolled in an Online Course must find and order textbooks at Wilmington University's Online Bookstore.