A STRUCTURED COURSE LOAD
Every assignment is geared toward your degree program. Each class follows a convenient
assignment schedule, ensuring swift, successful completion of classes. This standardization,
combined with a team-based approach and access to industry-standard toolsets and techniques,
encourages development of the collaborative and creative skills necessary for the technology
UAT-Online courses may be more dependent on assignments and activities rather than traditional
lecture classes. This is designed to engage online students in a way that ensures equal educational
outcomes for both online and on-campus students.
UAT-Online faculty receive extensive training to help students succeed in an online environment.
During class sessions, instructors participate in online lectures and discussion groups and respond
to online questions. They also respond to emails and discussion threads. Students hand in their
assignments via email or by posting them online.
Enrollment is ongoing for UAT-Online, so you may begin your studies here at any time of year:
- May 14, 2014
- June 16, 2014
- July 21, 2014
- September 8, 2014
- October 14, 2014
- November 17, 2014
UAT-Online has a specific set of hardware and software requirements which all students must meet to be able to attend.
to make sure you are up to speed on these requirements.
UAT-Online represents a highly affordable way to earn your degree –
lower tuition and fees than studying on campus – and you don't have
additional living expenses.
An education at UAT is an investment, and we understand the amount of aid you
receive may be a deciding factor in whether or not you attend. Therefore, UAT
is committed to providing all our students with the information they need to
finance their education.
SAMPLE A COURSE
Step 1: Sign on to
tour of a sample course.
Type the word "demo" for both the USER ID and PASSWORD.
Step 2: Home Page
You will reach the Home Page that every Online Learning student is assigned. From a home page,
an Online Learning student can check for messages, go to class, reach the Help Desk and campus Library.
Step 3: Go to Class
Under the bar with the words "Enrolled Courses/Special Courses" hit the link for:
ORIENT - A Student Orientation Tutorial
Step 4: Here, you will find a description of the tools available in a typical course.
When you log in to your course, the first thing you'll see is your Course Home Page. This is the
"hub" or starting point for your course. The home page is useful for communicating with your
instructor and with other students via email, chat and document sharing features. In addition,
you'll access your course syllabus, course calendar and all other course material from your
Course Home Page.