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1. General Information and FAQ

1.1. Navigating Knowledge Books

Navigating and Maximizing Knowledge Books

Knowledge Books operate like many other web tools, but we want to offer a few pointers to getting you up to speed quickly. Let’s start with the home for TN eCampus Students. In this view, the word cloud of knowledge tags associated with various content pages. Larger font sizes indicate the increased frequency the word is used as a knowledge tag. This can be helpful to locate pages with similar content. There is also a list of pages designated as Most Helpful after the word cloud. A search field rounds out the bottom of this page. The word cloud and search fields are quick ways to seek information.

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List View

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Breadcrumbs and More

In addition to the content of this page, you will find many more features. At the top of the page is a breadcrumb trail to help you navigate up a level to the book or chapter you were previously viewing. The hierarchy runs through book, chapter, and page for quick navigation. If you need help, the Email Support and Phone Support options are listed in the upper left corner of the page frame. At the bottom of the page, Knowledge Tags link to other content with similar information.


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Keyword Tags

For example, choosing the knowledge tag, TN eCampus, returns matches presented below. 

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1.2. TN eCampus Brochure

TN eCampus Brochure (printable version) 


1.3. Online Courses FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions for Online Classes

Choose a link below or scroll to the section of interest. (Read Textbooks topic first.)

Academic Calendar

The Academic Calendar Opens in window is maintained on the TNeCampus.org web site.

Attendance Reporting

TN eCampus instructors do not report attendance.  Attendance is reported via the Student Participation Survey. Students must complete this survey for EACH of their TN eCampus classes.

Brightspace (D2L) our LMS

Brightspace and (D2L) are terms that are used interchangeably. D2L is the company that developed and manages Brightspace, our current Learning Management System (LMS) for TN eCampus courses. TN eCampus courses in Brightspace have a unique login. To access an TN eCampus course login at gotoclass.tnecampus.org Opens in new window (new window). Other TBR institutions also use the Brightspace system to manage their own independent online courses, and this can be confusing since they may look similar but use different login URLs.

Course Syllabi

You can find a syllabus for your course(s) at tnecampus.org/courses/all Opens in new window. Please note, these are general course syllabi to provide a rough estimate of expectations. Students are expected to review the specific syllabus in their course for precise details to start the course.

Free Computer Technology Tutorial

GCFLearnFree.org new window provides FREE tutorials on the computer basics, Internet, social media and more you need to build digital literacy skills. Check out the All Topics (new window) page to see the range topics offered.

Help and Support

Instructors

TN eCampus courses are taught by instructors from TN colleges/universities across the state. You may or may not have instructors from your home institution for your TN eCampus courses.

Login and Access

Login access to TN eCampus’ online classes is different from online classes at your home institution. Login to TN eCampus portal at gotoclass.tnecampus.org Opens in new window and use assigned TN eCampus username and password, not your home school’s username/password.  Students will not be able to login or access TN eCampus courses until after 3pm CST on the first day of class.

New Online Students Orientation

If you have never taken a TN eCampus course before or have never taken online classes at all, we offer a FREE self-paced Online Orientation class and a short Orientation Video new window for new students.

Login to the orientation course at gotoclass.tnecampus.org new window.

  • Username: guest
  • Password: Guest2017 (case sensitive)

Refund Deadlines

TN eCampus refund deadlines are different from on-ground schools refund deadlines. Check with your Student Liaison for your specific deadline.

Section Numbers

Some online courses are offered directly through each institution alongside TN eCampus partnership courses. TN eCampus courses in the campus registration systems are identified by the section number. TN eCampus section numbers will contain an "R" designation.

For example:  ENGL 1010 R01, R25, R50, R80

  • R01=1st-7-wks (accelerated pace)
  • R25=2nd-7-wks (accelerated pace)
  • R50=15-weeks
  • R80=Learning Support

Textbooks

We recommend using the TN eCampus Virtual Bookstore new window. You may use third party vendors to purchase texts, but they may not have correct or current information about the texts used in your course. Many TN eCampus courses use customized textbooks and eBooks, which require an access code. Access codes are NOT universal and change from semester to semester. If ordering from another book dealer, you might pay for a code that is no longer valid.

Withdrawal Deadlines

TN eCampus withdrawal deadlines may differ from the withdrawal deadlines at your home institution. Check with your Student Liaison for your specific deadline.

Section Numbers Some online courses are offered directly through each institution alongside TN eCampus partnership courses. TN eCampus courses in the campus registration systems are identified by the section number. TN eCampus section numbers will contain an "R" designation. For example: ENGL 1010 R01, R25, R50, R80 R01=1st-7-wks (accelerated pace) R25=2nd-7-wks (accelerated pace) R50=15-weeks R80=Learning Support

TN eCampus History

TN eCampus is a cooperative online enterprise among 6 universities, 13 community colleges and 27 technology centers in Tennessee. Annually, more than 38,000 students take classes through TN eCampus, with a combined enrollment of more than 200,000 students (online and campus based). TN eCampus online programs and courses are equivalent to those offered at physical campus locations. No differentiation is made between online and campus based delivery for transcripts or diplomas. All participating institutions are regionally accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC), while many programs have additional discipline-specific national accreditation status.

TN eCampus Initiative

Through the TN eCampus, individuals considering a college education or options for accelerating degree completion can now get a comprehensive view of online programs and courses offered by TBR partner institutions, regardless of where or how they were developed. In total, there are 500+ online degree program options and certificates and 400+ online courses!

For more information, go to TNeCampus.org new window.

1.4. Degree Programs

Degree Programs Offered

TN eCampus courses make it possible to earn a number of degree and certificate programs from the 19 colleges and universities. For a comprehensive list, please visit the pages listed below to view the corresponding degree programs:

If you would like to search for a particular degree program or search for degree programs by institution, please review the Search for ProgramsOpens in new window page.


Search and Apply to Degree Programs

Follow These Steps

  1. Visit www.tnecampus.orgOpens in new window and choose Search for Programs at the bottom of the page.

  2. Select the desired options from the search criteria drop down menus to narrow your search and choose Submit.

  3. A list of programs that meet your search criteria will be displayed.

  4. Choose View Program Page for more details on the program which you are interested.

  5. You may choose Apply Now on the program and follow the instructions provided.

    *Please note, this will not submit an official application to the school. This will only allow TN eCampus to send you more information on your program of choice. To officially apply to the program, you will be redirected to the school's application website to complete an official application.

  6. You may also choose Request Info for program information.


1.5. Course Tuition, Fees, Financial Aid and Scholarships

TN eCampus Course Tuition

General information on tuition and fees associated with TN eCampus courses may be found on the Tuition and FeesOpens in new window page of the TN eCampus website.

For more detailed information on the tuition and fees associated with the type of institution you have chosen, please review the following pages:


Fees, Financial Aid, and Scholarships

TN eCampus highly recommends students with tuition and fee questions speak with the Bursar's or Business Office at their home institution and/or their Student LiaisonOpens in new window since each school may add fees that are unique to their institution. Also, tuition and fees are paid directly to your home institution. TN eCampus does NOT accept any payments.

Financial aid is handled and distributed by the student's home institution. However, general Financial Aid and Scholarship informationOpens in new window can be found on the TN eCampus website.

1.6. TN eCampus Course Overview

Where can I take classes?

Through TN eCampus, you can choose to enroll at any college or university in the TN eCampusOpens in new window partnership. Degrees are awarded by the home school upon completion. This degree awarded is no different than any other degree awarded by your home institution. You may take a combination of classes with your home institution and TN eCampus or get your whole degree 100% online.

Types of Online Courses

In an online course, students access to course material online and follow instructions provided by a professor. Courses are structured so that students work independently but have significant interaction with the professor and other students. All courses have set schedules and due dates for assignments.
There are 3 types of online courses offered at TN eCampus:
  • Fully Online Courses
  • Accelerated Courses
  • Summer Courses

Fully Online Courses (15-week duration)

A fully online course is conducted completely online with no need to visit the campus for instruction. These are typically conducted over a 15-week period in the traditional Spring and Fall semesters. Some fully online courses may use proctored testing for mid-term and final exams. If your exams are proctored, you can schedule your exam at a campus testing center during a specified window of time or find an alternative proctoring solution that meets your professor’s approval.See the list for Courses Fall 2019 new window

Accelerated Courses (7-week duration)

Some fully online courses are offered in an accelerated 7-week format. The content covered in a 7-week session is the same content covered in a 15-week semester except at a much faster pace.

Summer Courses (10-week duration)

Some fully online courses are offered in the Summer in a 10-week session. The content covered in a 10-week session is the same as that covered in a 15-week semester, but at a faster pace. See the list for Courses Summer 2019 new window

Will TN eCampus courses transfer to my school?

The best answer is to check with the college you are planning to attend as your home institution. You should check to make sure any outside credits will transfer and count toward your degree program. However, a majority of the TN eCampus participating colleges and universities have an agreement to accept credit awarded by their sister institutions. The Tennessee Transfer Pathway website may aid your investigation to find if credits will transfer.

To check on the credit transfer:

  1. Visit the Tennessee Transfer PathwayOpens in new window website and choose Find your Pathway from the top menu. (The dropdown menu offers additional exploration points.)

  2. Choose either Find Your Pathway by: Institution, Major, or Focus Area.

  3. The next steps will vary depending on the search method chosen.

  4. Follow the prompts to refine the search and display the transfer information.

*Please note, the Tennessee Transfer Pathway is a useful tool, but it is important you confirm the credit will transfer and count toward your degree program by contacting your home institution directly.

Registration Times

Registration dates and deadlines along with other important semester information on located on the TN eCampus Academic CalendarOpens in new window page.

*Please note, students must register through their home institution. If you are not a current student, please review the Application ProcessOpens in same frame for information on how to apply.

Other Online Courses

Some online courses are offered directly through each institution alongside TN eCampus partnership courses. TN eCampus courses in the campus registration systems are identified by the section number. TN eCampus section numbers will contain an "R" designation. Courses without the "R" in the section number are taught through the individual campus.

1.7. TN eCampus Courses

TN eCampus Courses 



Important Dates for Fall 2019

April 1, 2019 to August 18, 2019 - Early Registration

August 25, 2019 - End of Registration/Last Day to Add

August 26, 2019 - Start of Fall 2019 Classes (Student access granted 3:00pm Central)

December 5, 2019 - End of Semester (Last Day of Classes)

December 6, 2019 to December 11, 2019 - Final Exams (15-week & 2nd 7-week classes)


 

Register

In order to take TN eCampus courses, you will need to first be admitted to one of our partner campuses. Review the lists of our partners:

University Partners: tnecampus.org/universities new window

Community College Partners: tnecampus.org/community-colleges new window


Get Help With Registration

Each of our partner institutions has a Student Liaison designated to assist students with TN eCampus registration and questions. Look up the Student Liaison new window for your campus. The liaison can assist if you are unable to locate the TN eCampus course you are unable to locate the TN eCampus course.  If you have a question for the TN eCampus main office, sends an email to inquiry@tnecampus.org sends email.

Select a Course

TN eCampus courses should be listed in your campus registration system, along with the rest of the classes your campus offers. TN eCampus courses are designated with a section number as follows:

R50 = full term course (15 weeks or 10 weeks during the summer semester)

R01 = Accelerated course (first 7 weeks of the regular semester; not offered in summer)

R25 = Accelerated course (second 7 weeks of the regular semester; not offered in summer)

R80 = Learning Support courses

Review course syllabi at tnecampus.org/courses/all new window.

Choose a Semester

Courses Offered Summer 2019 new window

Course Offered Fall 2019 new window

1.8. Course List Summer 2019


(Updated 3/28/2019) Return to TN eCampus Courses new window page.


COURSES OFFERED SUMMER 2019

Course

Section

Course Title

Credits

 ACCT1010

 R50

 Principles of Accounting I

3

 ACCT1020

 R50

 Principles of Accounting II

3

 ACCT2321

 R50

 Intermediate Accounting I

3

 ACCT2341

 R50

 Cost Accounting

3

 ACCT2382

 R50

 Accounting Systems Applications

3

 ADMN1308

 R50

 Office Procedures

3

 ADMN1309

 R50

 Records Management

3

 ADMN2375

 R50

 Career Development and Planning

3

 AGRI1020

 R50

 Introduction to Animal Science

3

 AGRI1030

 R50

 Introduction to Plant Science

3

 ALH_1000

 R50

 Careers in Healthcare

3

 ANTH1230

 R50

 Intro to Cultural Anthropology

3

 ANTH1430

 R50

 Intro Prehistoric Archaeology

3

 ART_1035

 R50

 Introduction to Art

3

 ART_2000

 R50

 Art History Survey I

3

 ART_2020

 R50

 Art History Survey II

3

 ASTL5703 / 6703/7703

 R50

 Knowledge of the Learner

3

 ASTL5705 / 6705/7705

 R50

 Assessment of Learning

3

 ASTR1030

 R50

 Survey of Astronomy with Lab

4

 BIOL1010

 R50

 Introduction to Biology with Lab

4

 BIOL1020

 R50

 Diversity of Life with Lab

4

 BIOL1430

 R50

 Nutrition

3

 BIOL1510

 R50

 Environmental Science I

4

 BIOL1520

 R50

 Environmental Science II

4

 BIOL2010

 R50

 Human Anatomy and Physiology I with Lab

4

 BIOL2020

 R50

 Human Anatomy and Physiology II with Lab

4

 BIOL2230

 R50

 Introduction to Microbiology with Lab

4

 BMGT3600

 R50

 International Management

3

 BMGT3630

 R50

 Human Resources Management

3

 BUSN1300

 R50

 Personal Finance

3

 BUSN1301

 R50

 Legal Issues for the Web

3

 BUSN1305

 R50

 Introduction to Business

3

 BUSN1310

 R50

 Business Communications

3

 BUSN1340

 R50

 Small Business Management

3

 BUSN1350

 R50

 Sales and Service

3

 BUSN2340

 R50

 Human Resource Management

3

 BUSN2360

 R50

 International Business

3

 BUSN2370

 R50

 Legal Environments of Business

3

 BUSN2380

 R50

 Principles of Marketing

3

 BUSN2450

 R50

 E-Commerce

3

 CHEM1010

 R50

 Introductory Chemistry I with Lab

4

 CHEM1020

 R50

 Introductory Chemistry II with Lab

4

 CHEM1040

 R50

 Introduction to General Chemistry

3

 CHEM1110

 R50

 General Chemistry I with Lab

4

 CHEM4300

 R50

 General Biochemistry I

3

 CISP1010

 R50

 Computer Science I

4

 CITC1300

 R50

 Beginning HTML and CSS

3

 CITC1302

 R50

 Introduction to Networking

3

 CITC1303

 R50

 Database Concepts

3

 CITC1310

 R50

 Programming I

3

 CITC1311

 R50

 Programming II

3

 CITC1318

 R50

 Data Structures

3

 CITC1320

 R50

 A+ Hardware & Software

3

 CITC1330

 R50

 Microsoft Desktop Operating Systems

3

 CITC1333

 R50

 Linux LPIC-1

3

 CITC1360

 R50

 Computer Graphics and Animation

3

 CITC2320

 R50

 Windows Server Administration

3

 CITC2326

 R50

 Network Security

3

 CJA_3230

 R50

 Police Organizations and Administration

3

 COBH4707

 R50

 International Health: Problems/Issues

3

 COL_101_

 R50

 Orientation

3

 COM_1020

 R50

 Basic Web Graphics

3

 COMM1010

 R50

 Introduction to Mass Communication

3

 COMM2075

 R50

 Organizational Communication

3

 COMM3003

 R50

 Television and Culture

3

 COMM3010

 R50

 Integrated Corporate Communication

3

 COMM3560

 R50

 Intercultural Communication

3

 COMM4410

 R50

 Conflict Resolution and Negotiation

3

 COMM5110 / 6110/7110

 R50

 Leadership and Communication

3

 COMP3050

 R50

 Programming Languages

3

 CRMJ1010

 R50

 Introduction to Criminal Justice

3

 CRMJ1020

 R50

 Introduction to Legal Process

3

 CRMJ1301

 R50

 Correctional Counseling

3

 CRMJ1311

 R50

 Criminal Law

3

 CRMJ1322

 R50

 Police Administration and Organization

3

 CRMJ1330

 R50

 Criminal Evidence and Procedures

3

 CRMJ1340

 R50

 Criminal Investigation

3

 CRMJ1355

 R50

 Understanding Terrorism

3

 CRMJ2010

 R50

 Introduction to Law Enforcement

3

 CRMJ2020

 R50

 Introduction to Corrections

3

 CRMJ2311

 R50

 Juvenile Justice

3

 CRMJ2312

 R50

 Criminology

3

 CRMJ2332

 R50

 Drug Identification and Effects

3

 CRMJ2340

 R50

 Investigative Report Writing

3

 CRMJ2359

 R50

 Correctional Security Administration

3

 CRMJ3640

 R50

 Cybercrime

3

 CRMJ4010

 R50

 Organized Crime

3

 CRMJ4515

 R50

 Sexual Offenses and Offenders

3

 CRMJ4520

 R50

 Patterns of Domestic Violence

3

 CRMJ4530

 R50

 Sociology of Murder

3

 CSCI4017

 R50

 Introduction to Information Assurance

3

 CSCI5017

 R50

 Introduction to Information Assurance

3

 ECED1310

 R50

 Introduction to Early Childhood Education

3

 ECED2310

 R50

 Safe and Healthy Learning Environments

3

 ECED2312

 R50

 Administration of Early Childhood Programs

3

 ECED2315

 R50

 Early Childhood Curriculum

3

 ECED2320

 R50

 Infant  Toddler Child Development

3

 ECED2330

 R50

 Infant  Toddler Care

3

 ECED2340

 R50

 Family Dynamics & Community Involvement

3

 ECED2360

 R50

 Development of Exceptional Children

3

 ECED2370

 R50

 Developmental Assessment Methods

3

 ECED2380

 R50

 Language & Literacy In Early Childhood

3

 ECED2385

 R50

 Math and Science in Early Childhood

3

 ECED2390

 R50

 Creative Development

3

 ECON2100

 R50

 Macroeconomics

3

 ECON2200

 R50

 Microeconomics

3

 EDAD5050 / 6050/7050

 R50

 Educational Law

3

 EDCI4900

 R50

 Multicultural Education

3

 EDU_1120

 R50

 Introduction to Teaching

3

 EDU_201_

 R50

 Foundations of Education

3

 EDU_2050

 R50

 Classroom Management

3

 EDUC2120

 R50

 Introduction to Special Education

3

 EDUC2210

 R50

 Educational Psychology

3

 ELED4260

 R50

 Teaching/Learning for Internet

3

 ELPA5560 / 6560/7560

 R50

 Small Group Leadership

3

 ENGL0810

 R80

 Writing Support for English Comp I

3

 ENGL1010

 R80

 English Composition I

3

 ENGL1010

 R50

 English Composition I

3

 ENGL1020

 R50

 English Composition II

3

 ENGL2035

 R50

 Introduction to Fiction

3

 ENGL2045

 R50

 Introduction to Literature

3

 ENGL2055

 R50

 African-American Literature

3

 ENGL2110

 R50

 Early American Literature

3

 ENGL2116

 R50

 Writing for the Web

3

 ENGL2120

 R50

 Modern American Literature

3

 ENGL2210

 R50

 Early British Literature

3

 ENGL2220

 R50

 Modern British Literature

3

 ENGL2300

 R50

 Creative Writing

3

 ENGL2310

 R50

 Early World Literature

3

 ENGL2320

 R50

 Modern World Literature

3

 ENGL2410

 R50

 Early European Literature

3

 ENGL2420

 R50

 Modern European Literature

3

 ENGL2630

 R50

 Literature for Children

3

 ENGL3134

 R50

 Computer/Writing/Literature

3

 ENGL3250

 R50

 Professional Communication

3

 ENGL3290

 R50

 Introduction to Film

3

 ENGL3730

 R50

 Twentieth Century Women Writers

3

 ENGL4100

 R50

 Writing for Internet & Electronic Media

3

 ENGL4680

 R50

 Continental Literature

3

 ENGL4700

 R50

 Non-Western Literature

3

 ENTC3030

 R50

 Technical Communication

3

 ET__3910

 R50

 Introduction to Operations Management

3

 FIRE1325

 R50

 Fire Investigation I

3

 FIRE2310

 R50

 Fire Protection Systems

3

 FIRE2320

 R50

 Building Construction for Fire Protection

3

 FIRE2325

 R50

 Fire Protection Hydraulics & Water Supply

3

 FIRE2330

 R50

 Fire Behavior and Combustion

3

 FIRE2335

 R50

 Strategy & Tactics

3

 FIRE2350

 R50

 Principles of Fire and Emergency Services Administration

3

 FIRE2360

 R50

 Occupational Safety

3

 FREN1010

 R50

 Beginning French I

3

 FREN1020

 R50

 Beginning French II

3

 GEOG1012

 R50

 Cultural Geography

3

 GEOG2010

 R50

 World Regional Geography

3

 GEOG3710

 R50

 Geography of the United States

3

 GEOL1030

 R50

 Survey of Geology with Lab

4

 HETH4210

 R50

 Healthcare Research

3

 HETH4211

 R50

 Healthcare Leadership and Management

3

 HETH4212

 R50

 Trends and Issues in Healthcare

3

 HETH4213

 R50

 Community Healthcare: Issues & Services

3

 HIMT1300

 R50

 Medical Terminology

3

 HIMT1301

 R50

 Introduction to Health Information Management

3

 HIST2010

 R50

 Early United States History

3

 HIST2020

 R50

 Modern United States History

3

 HIST2030

 R50

 Tennessee History

3

 HIST2050

 R50

 Appalachian History

3

 HIST2060

 R50

 African American History

3

 HIST2310

 R50

 Early World History

3

 HIST2320

 R50

 Modern World History

3

 HIST3035

 R50

 Technology and Culture in American History

3

 HIST3121

 R50

 England Before 1714

3

 HIST3670

 R50

 Civil War and Reconstruction

3

 HIST3811

 R50

 U.S. Military & Naval History

3

 HIST3880

 R50

 Renaissance & Reformation Europe

3

 HIST4685

 R50

 Emergence of Modern America 1877-1914

3

 HLSC2100

 R50

 Wellness Concepts & Practices

3

 HSC_190_

 R50

 Introduction to Human Pathophysiology

3

 HUM_1010

 R50

 Early Humanities

3

 HUM_1020

 R50

 Modern Humanities

3

 INFS1010

 R50

 Computer Applications

3

 INFS3700

 R50

 Introduction to System Analysis

3

 INFS4900

 R50

 Seminar and Data Communications

3

 JOUR4712

 R50

 Mass Media and Cultures

3

 LDSP3000

 R50

 Leadership Development

3

 LDSP5000 / 6000/7000

 R50

 Current Issues in Leadership

3

 LIST4093

 R50

 Special Topics and Leadership

3

 MATH0810

 R80

 Learning Support for Introductory Statistics

3

 MATH1005

 R50

 Algebra Essentials

3

 MATH1010

 R50

 Math for General Studies

3

 MATH1130

 R50

 College Algebra

3

 MATH1410

 R50

 Number Concepts for Teachers

3

 MATH1420

 R50

 Geometry Concepts for Teachers

3

 MATH1530

 R50

 Introductory Statistics

3

 MATH1530

 R80

 Introductory Statistics

3

 MATH1630

 R50

 Finite Mathematics

3

 MATH1710

 R50

 Precalculus Algebra

3

 MATH1720

 R50

 Precalculus Trigonometry

3

 MATH1730

 R50

 Precalculus

5

 MATH1830

 R50

 Applied Calculus

3

 MATH1910

 R50

 Calculus I

4

 MATH1920

 R50

 Calculus II

4

 MATH2010

 R50

 Introduction to Linear Algebra

3

 MATH2050

 R50

 Calculus Based Prob/Stats

3

 MATH2110

 R50

 Calculus III

4

 MATH2120

 R50

 Differential Equations

3

 MATH3810

 R50

 College Geometry

3

 MDT_2100

 R50

 Photoshop Essentials

3

 MGMT3220

 R50

 Management Information System

3

 MGMT4800

 R50

 Corporate Etiquette

3

 MRCH4300

 R50

 Family Resource Management

3

 MUS_1002

 R50

 Fundamentals of Music

3

 MUS_1030

 R50

 Introduction to Music

3

 NURS4210

 R50

 Health Care Research

3

 NURS4212

 R50

 Trends and Issues in Nursing and Healthcare

3

 NURS4213

 R50

 Community Health Nursing

3

 NURS5000 / 6000/7000

 R50

 Theoretical Foundations

3

 NURS5001 / 6001/7001

 R50

 Health Care Policy

3

 NURS5002 / 6002/7002

 R50

 Advanced Nursing Research

3

 NURS5003 / 6003/7003

 R50

 Advanced Role Development

3

 NURS5101 / 6101/7101

 R50

 Advanced Health Assessment

3

 NURS5102 / 6102/7102

 R50

 Advanced Health Assessment/Clinical

1

 NURS5103 / 6103/7103

 R50

 Advanced Pathophysiology

3

 NURS5104 / 6104/7104

 R50

 Advanced Pharmacology

3

 NURS5204 / 6204/7204

 R50

 Curriculum Design & Education Theory

3

 NURS5205 / 6205/7205

 R50

 Evaluation Methods in Nursing Education

3

 NURS5207 / 6207/7207

 R50

 Clinical Focus Practicum

2

 NURS5301 / 6301/7301

 R50

 Nursing Administration I

3

 NURS5302 / 6302/7302

 R50

 Nursing Administration II

3

 NURS5303 / 6303/7303

 R50

 Health Care Finance

3

 NURS5304 / 6304/7304

 R50

 Human Resource Management

3

 NURS5305 / 6305/7305

 R50

 Quality Management in Nursing & Health Care

3

 NURS5307 / 6307/7307

 R50

 Nursing Management Practicum

2

 NURS5309 / 6309/7309

 R50

 Nursing Administration Practicum

4

 NURS5505 / 6505/7505

 R50

 Advanced Adult Health

3

 NURS5515 / 6515/7515

 R50

 Advanced Psychiatric Mental Health

3

 NURS5545 / 6545/7545

 R50

 Advanced Women's Health and Perinatal Nursing

3

 NURS5601 / 6601/7601

 R50

 FNP I

3

 NURS5602 / 6602/7602

 R50

 FNP I - Clinical

2

 NURS5603 / 6603/7603

 R50

 FNP II

3

 NURS5604 / 6604/7604

 R50

 FNP II - Clinical

4

 NURS5605 / 6605/7605

 R50

 FNP III

3

 NURS5606 / 6606/7606

 R50

 FNP III - Clinical

2

 NURS5609 / 6609/7609

 R50

 FNP Practicum

4

 NURS5635

 R50

 Advanced Pediatric Nursing

3

 NURS5990 / 6990/7990

 R50

 Scholarly Synthesis

3

 PADM3601

 R50

 Introduction to Public Administration

3

 PADM4226

 R50

 Introduction to Nonprofit Organizations

3

 PADM4401

 R50

 Comparative Public Administration

3

 PBRL3400

 R50

 Introduction to Public Relations

3

 PBRL3409

 R50

 Public Relations Case Studies

3

 PBRL3421

 R50

 Public Relations Writing

3

 PBRL4410

 R50

 Public Relations Research

3

 PHED1140

 R50

 Walking for Fitness

2

 PHIL1030

 R50

 Introduction to Philosophy

3

 PHIL1040

 R50

 Introduction to Ethics

3

 PHIL2200

 R50

 Introduction to World Religions

3

 PHIL2640

 R50

 Science and the Modern World

3

 PHYS1030

 R50

 Survey of Physics with Lab

4

 PHYS2010

 R50

 Non-Calculus Physics I with Lab

4

 PHYS2020

 R50

 Non-Calculus Physics II with Lab

4

 PHYS2110

 R50

 Calculus-Based Physics I with Lab

4

 PHYS2120

 R50

 Calculus-Based Physics II with Lab

4

 PM__4120

 R50

 Organizations Theory and Behavior

3

 POLI3620

 R50

 Comparative European Government

3

 POLI4230

 R50

 The Presidency

3

 POLI4350

 R50

 International Law

3

 POLS1010

 R50

 Intro to Political Science

3

 POLS1030

 R50

 American Government

3

 POLS2025

 R50

 State and Local Government

3

 POLS2035

 R50

 International Relations

3

 POLS4508

 R50

 Theories & Concepts of International Relations

3

 PRST5040 / 6040/7040

 R50

 Human Resources Management

3

 PRST5100 / 6100/7100

 R50

 Professional Studies: Issues and Ethics

3

 PRST5105 / 6105/7105

 R50

 Project Planning and Scheduling

3

 PRST5200 / 6200/7200

 R50

 Globalization and the Professions

3

 PRST5300 / 6300/7300

 R50

 Research Methods

3

 PRST5310 / 6310/7310

 R50

 Leadership in Organization

3

 PRST5400 / 6400/7400

 R50

 Instructional Design for Training and Development

3

 PRST5420 / 6420/7420

 R50

 Organizational Needs Analysis

3

 PRST5440 / 6440/7440

 R50

 Engaging the Adult Online Learner

3

 PRST5470 / 6470/7470

 R50

 Facilitation of Learning

3

 PRST5500 / 6500/7500

 R50

 Foundations of Leadership

3

 PRST5600 / 6600/7600

 R50

 Statistical Analysis

3

 PRST5700 / 6700/7700

 R50

 Conflict Management and Negotiation

3

 PRST5770 / 6770/7770

 R50

 Computer-Based Decision Modeling

3

 PRST5800 / 6800/7800

 R50

 Organizational Skills and Development

3

 PRST5910 / 6910/7910

 R50

 Employment and Human Resources Law

3

 PRST5920 / 6920/7920

 R50

 Diversity in the Workplace

3

 PRST5940 / 6940/7940

 R50

 Recruitment  Selection  and Retention

3

 PRST5998 / 6998/7998

 R50

 Professional Project

3

 PRST5998 / 6998/7998

 R50

 Professional Project

3

 PRST5998 / 6998/7998

 R50

 Professional Project

3

 PRST5998 / 6998/7998

 R50

 Professional Project

3

 PSCI1010

 R50

 Principles of Physical Science with Lab

4

 PSCI1020

 R50

 Principles of Earth/Space with Lab

4

 PSY_3590

 R50

 Psychology of Personality

3

 PSYC1030

 R50

 Introduction to Psychology

3

 PSYC2110

 R50

 Psychology of Adjustment

3

 PSYC2120

 R50

 Social Psychology

3

 PSYC2130

 R50

 Life Span Development Psychology

3

 PSYC215_

 R50

 Child Growth and Development

3

 PSYC2220

 R50

 The Psychology of Human Sexuality

3

 PSYC223_

 R50

 Psychology of Aging

3

 PSYC3210

 R50

 Abnormal Psychology

3

 PSYC3305

 R50

 Learning and Memory

3

 PSYC3306

 R50

 Physiological Psychology

3

 PTMA3020

 R50

 Managing Information Technology

3

 PTMA3500

 R50

 Methods of Performance Productivity

3

 READ0810

 R50

 Reading Learning Support

3

 SOAA3350

 R50

 Social Statistics

3

 SOAA3444

 R50

 Data Analysis

3

 SOC_3150

 R50

 Social Psychology

3

 SOC_3200

 R50

 Sociology of Sex and Gender

3

 SOC_3640

 R50

 Cybercrime

3

 SOC_3650

 R50

 Juvenile Delinquency

3

 SOC_3700

 R50

 Sociology of Childhood

3

 SOC_4010

 R50

 Organized Crime

3

 SOC_4330

 R50

 Population and Social Process

3

 SOC_4510

 R50

 Social Deviance

3

 SOC_4515

 R50

 Sexual Offenses and Offenders

3

 SOC_4520

 R50

 Patterns of Domestic Violence

3

 SOC_4530

 R50

 Sociology of Murder

3

 SOC_4720

 R50

 Sociological Theory

3

 SOCI1010

 R50

 Introduction to Sociology

3

 SOCI1040

 R50

 Social Problems

3

 SOCI2010

 R50

 Marriage and Family

3

 SOCI217_

 R50

 Sociology of Aging

3

 SOCI4510

 R50

 Introduction to Social Research

3

 SPAN1010

 R50

 Spanish I

3

 SPAN1020

 R50

 Spanish II

3

 SPAN2010

 R50

 Intermediate Spanish I

3

 SPAN2020

 R50

 Intermediate Spanish II

3

 SPAN3550

 R50

 Latin America: Countries & Peoples

3

 SW__3170

 R50

 Family Caregiving

3

 SW__3200

 R50

 Cultural Diversity

3

 SWRK2010

 R50

 Introduction to Social Work

3

 SWRK245_

 R50

 Introduction to Counseling

3

 TEAE4020

 R50

 Reading  Writing  and Learning Methods for ESL

3

 TEAE4300

 R50

 Multicultural Education

3

 TEAE4437

 R50

 Assessment for ESL

3

 TEAE5020 / 6020

 R50

 Reading  Writing  and Learning Methods for ESL

3

 TEAE5300 / 6300

 R50

 Multicultural Education

3

 TEAE5437 / 6437

 R50

 Assessment for ESL

3

 TEAS4001

 R50

 Collabo. Practices  Trends & Issues  and Charac.

4

 TEAS4009

 R50

 Adaptive PE in Special Education

2

 TEAS5001

 R50

 Collabo. Practices  Trends & Issues  and Charac.

4

 TEAS5009

 R50

 Adaptive PE in Special Education

2

 TECH4381

 R50

 Principles of Supervision

3

 TELC2007

 R50

 Adolescent Learners

3

 TELC2010

 R50

 Survey of Exceptionalities and Diversity

3

 TELC2011

 R50

 Teaching and Learning with Technology

3

 TELC4001

 R50

 Adolescent Development

3

 TELC4003

 R50

 Managing the Learning Environment

3

 TELC4004

 R50

 Survey of Exceptional Children

3

 TELC4005

 R50

 Teaching and Learning with Technology

3

 TELC5001 / 6001/7001

 R50

 Adolescent Development

3

 TELC5003 / 6003/7003

 R50

 Managing the Learning Environment

3

 TELC5004 / 6004/7004

 R50

 Survey of Exceptional Children

3

 TELC5005 / 6005/ 7005

 R50

 Teaching and Learning with Technology

3

 THEA1030

 R50

 Introduction to Theater

3

 UNIV3535

 R50

 Family Communication

3

 UNIV3581

 R50

 Faith/ Reason & Imagination

3

 UNIV3713

 R50

 Freedom  Openness and the Internet

1

 UNIV4110

 R50

 Internship

 *

 UNIV4706

 R50

 Managing Software Development

3

 UNIV4995

 R50

 Culminating Project

3

 WEBT1310

 R50

 Web Page Application

3

 WGST2050

 R50

 Intro to Women/Gender Studies

3



1.9. Course List Fall 2019

(Updated 7/29/2019) Return to TN eCampus Courses new window page.


COURSES OFFERED FALL 2019

Course

Section

Course Title

Credits

 ACCT1010  R50  Principles of Accounting I 3
 ACCT1020  R50  Principles of Accounting II 3
 ACCT2321  R50  Intermediate Accounting I 3
 ACCT2341  R50  Cost Accounting  3
 ACCT2382  R50  Accounting Systems Applications 3
 ACCT2399  R50  Accounting Capstone 3
 ADMN1308  R50  Office Procedures 3
 ADMN1309  R50  Records Management 3
 ADMN2375  R50  Career Development and Planning 3
 AGRI1010  R50  Introduction to Agribusiness 3
 AGRI1020  R50  Introduction to Animal Science 3
 AGRI1030  R50  Introduction to Plant Science 3
 AGRI1050  R50  Introduction to Soil Science 4
 ALH_1000  R50  Careers in Healthcare 3
 ANTH1230  R50  Intro to Cultural Anthropology 3
 ANTH1430  R50  Intro Prehistoric Archaeology  3
 ART_1035  R50  Introduction to Art 3
 ART_2000  R50  Art History Survey I 3
 ART_2020  R50  Art History Survey II 3
 ASTL5700 / 6700/7700  R50  Portfolio Development 3
 ASTL5709 / 6709/7709  R50  Action Research 3
 ASTL5721 / 6721/7721  R50  Theory and Foundation of Developmental Literacy I 3
 ASTL5723 / 6723/7723  R50  Understand/Implement Best Prac in Beg Literacy II 3
 ASTL5725 / 6725/7725  R50  Understand/Implement Best Practices in Middle Grades 3
 ASTL5726 / 6726/7726  R50  Diagnosing Literacy Problems K-8 (Literacy IV) 3
 ASTL5729 / 6729/7729  R50  Remediation of Literacy Problems K-8 3
 ASTR1030  R50  Survey of Astronomy with Lab 4
 BIOL1010  R50  Introduction to Biology with Lab 4
 BIOL1020  R50  Diversity of Life with Lab 4
 BIOL1430  R50  Nutrition 3
 BIOL1510  R50  Environmental Science I 4
 BIOL1520  R50  Environmental Science II 4
 BIOL2010  R50  Human Anatomy and Physiology I with Lab 4
 BIOL2010  R01  Human Anatomy and Physiology I with Lab (Accelerated) 4
 BIOL2020  R50  Human Anatomy and Physiology II with Lab 4
 BIOL2020  R25  Human Anatomy and Physiology II with Lab (Accelerated) 4
 BIOL2230  R50  Introduction to Microbiology with Lab 4
 BIOL2230  R25  Introduction to Microbiology with Lab (Accelerated) 4
 BIOL3100  R50  Genetics 3
 BIOL3120  R50  General Ecology 3
 BMGT3600  R50  International Management 3
 BMGT3630  R50  Human Resources Management 3
 BUSN1300  R50  Personal Finance 3
 BUSN1300  R01  Personal Finance (Accelerated) 3
 BUSN1301  R50  Legal Issues for the Web 3
 BUSN1305  R50  Introduction to Business 3
 BUSN1310  R50  Business Communications 3
 BUSN1340  R50  Small Business Management 3
 BUSN1350  R50  Sales and Service 3
 BUSN1370  R50  Spreadsheet Applications 3
 BUSN2320  R50  Business Finance 3
 BUSN2340  R50  Human Resource Management  3
 BUSN2350  R50  Organizational Behavior 3
 BUSN2360  R50  International Business 3
 BUSN2370  R50  Legal Environments of Business 3
 BUSN2380  R50  Principles of Marketing 3
 BUSN2380  R25  Principles of Marketing (Accelerated) 3
 BUSN2450  R50  E-Commerce 3
 CHEM1010  R50  Introductory Chemistry I with Lab 4
 CHEM1020  R50  Introductory Chemistry II with Lab 4
 CHEM1040  R50  Introduction to General Chemistry 3
 CHEM1110  R50  General Chemistry I with Lab 4
 CISP1010  R50  Computer Science I 4
 CITC1300  R50  Beginning HTML and CSS 3
 CITC1302  R50  Introduction to Networking 3
 CITC1302  R01  Introduction to Networking 3
 CITC1303  R50  Database Concepts 3
 CITC1310  R50  Programming I 3
 CITC1311  R50  Programming II 3
 CITC1312  R50  Introduction to .NET Programming 3
 CITC1313  R50  .NET Programming 3
 CITC1318  R50  Data Structures 3
 CITC1319  R50  Intro to Programming for Mobile Apps 3
 CITC1320  R50  A+ Hardware & Software 3
 CITC1321  R50  A+ Hardware 3
 CITC1330  R50  Microsoft Desktop Operating Systems 3
 CITC1333  R50  Linux LPIC-1 3
 CITC1360  R50  Computer Graphics and Animation 3
 CITC2320  R50  Windows Server Administration 3
 CITC2326  R50  Network Security 3
 CJA_3230  R50  Police Organizations and Administration 3
 COBH4707  R50  International Health: Problems/Issues 3
 COL_101_  R50  Orientation 3
 COM_1010  R50  Basic Web Design 3
 COM_1020  R50  Basic Web Graphics 3
 COMM1010  R50  Introduction to Mass Communication 3
 COMM1010  R01  Introduction to Mass Communications (Accelerated) 3
 COMM2025  R50  Fundamentals of Communication 3
 COMM2075  R50  Organizational Communication  3
 COMM3003  R50  Television and Culture 3
 COMM3010  R50  Integrated Corporate Communication 3
 COMM3560  R50  Intercultural Communication 3
 COMM4410  R50  Conflict Resolution and Negotiation 3
 COMM4910  R50  Public Relations Campaigns 3
 COMM5110 / 6110/7110  R50  Leadership and Communication 3
 COMP3050  R50  Programming Languages 3
 CRMJ1010  R50  Introduction to Criminal Justice 3
 CRMJ1010  R01  Introduction to Criminal Justice (Accelerated) 3
 CRMJ1020  R50  Introduction to Legal Process 3
 CRMJ1020  R25  Introduction to Legal Process (Accelerated) 3
 CRMJ1301  R50  Correctional Counseling 3
 CRMJ1311  R50  Criminal Law 3
 CRMJ1322  R50  Police Administration and Organization 3
 CRMJ1330  R50  Criminal Evidence and Procedures 3
 CRMJ1340  R50  Criminal Investigation 3
 CRMJ1350  R50  Criminal Justice Career Planning 3
 CRMJ1355  R50  Understanding Terrorism 3
 CRMJ1360  R50  Introduction to Crime Scene Investigation 3
 CRMJ2010  R50  Introduction to Law Enforcement 3
 CRMJ2010  R01  Introduction to Law Enforcement (Accelerated) 3
 CRMJ2020  R50  Introduction to Corrections 3
 CRMJ2020  R01  Introduction to Corrections (Accelerated) 3
 CRMJ2050  R50  Introduction to Cyber Security 3
 CRMJ2311  R50  Juvenile Justice 3
 CRMJ2312  R50  Criminology 3
 CRMJ2332  R50  Drug Identification and Effects 3
 CRMJ2340  R50  Investigative Report Writing 3
 CRMJ2359  R50  Correctional Security Administration 3
 CRMJ2390  R50  Probation and Parole 3
 CRMJ3640  R50  Cybercrime 3
 CRMJ4010  R50  Organized Crime 3
 CRMJ4515  R50  Sexual Offenses and Offenders 3
 CSCI3222  R50  Database Management Systems 3
 CSCI4017  R50  Introduction to Information Assurance 3
 CSCI5017  R50  Introduction to Information Assurance 3
 ECED1310  R50  Introduction to Early Childhood Education 3
 ECED2310  R50  Safe and Healthy Learning Environments 3
 ECED2312  R50  Administration of Early Childhood Programs 3
 ECED2315  R50  Early Childhood Curriculum 3
 ECED2320  R50  Infant  Toddler Child Development 3
 ECED2330  R50  Infant  Toddler Care 3
 ECED2340  R50  Family Dynamics & Community Involvement 3
 ECED2360  R50  Development of Exceptional Children 3
 ECED2370  R50  Developmental Assessment Methods 3
 ECED2380  R50  Language & Literacy In Early Childhood 3
 ECED2385  R50  Math and Science in Early Childhood 3
 ECED2390  R50  Creative Development 3
 ECON2100  R50  Macroeconomics 3
 ECON2200  R50  Microeconomics 3
 EDAD5050 / 6050/7050  R50  Educational Law 3
 EDCI4900  R50  Multicultural Education 3
 EDU_1100  R50  Technology for Teachers 3
 EDU_1100  R01  Technology for Teachers (Accelerated) 3
 EDU_1100  R25  Technology for Teachers (Accelerated) 3
 EDU_1120  R50  Introduction to Teaching 3
 EDU_201_  R50  Foundations of Education 3
 EDU_2050  R50  Classroom Management 3
 EDU_250_  R50  Instructional Technology in Education 3
 EDUC2120  R50  Introduction to Special Education 3
 EDUC2210  R50  Educational Psychology 3
 ELED4260  R50  Teaching/Learning for Internet 3
 ELPA5560 / 6560/7560  R50  Small Group Leadership 3
 ENGL0810  R80  Writing Support for English Comp I 3
 ENGL1010  R80  English Composition I 3
 ENGL1010  R50  English Composition I 3
 ENGL1010  R25  English Composition I  (Accelerated) 3
 ENGL1010  R01  English Composition I  (Accelerated) 3
 ENGL1020  R50  English Composition II 3
 ENGL1020  R01  English Composition II (Accelerated) 3
 ENGL1020  R25  English Composition II (Accelerated) 3
 ENGL2035  R50  Introduction to Fiction 3
 ENGL2045  R50  Introduction to Literature 3
 ENGL2055  R50  African-American Literature 3
 ENGL2110  R50  Early American Literature 3
 ENGL2116  R50  Writing for the Web 3
 ENGL2120  R50  Modern American Literature 3
 ENGL2210  R50  Early British Literature 3
 ENGL2220  R50  Modern British Literature 3
 ENGL2300  R50  Creative Writing 3
 ENGL2310  R50  Early World Literature 3
 ENGL2320  R50  Modern World Literature 3
 ENGL2410  R50  Early European Literature 3
 ENGL2420  R50  Modern European Literature 3
 ENGL2420  R25  Modern European Literature (Accelerated) 3
 ENGL2630  R50  Literature for Children 3
 ENGL3134  R50  Computer/Writing/Literature 3
 ENGL3250  R50  Professional Communication 3
 ENGL3290  R50  Introduction to Film 3
 ENGL3410  R50  Classical Mythology 3
 ENGL3730  R50  Twentieth Century Women Writers 3
 ENGL4100  R50  Writing for Internet & Electronic Media 3
 ENGL4700  R50  Non-Western Literature 3
 ENTC3030  R50  Technical Communication 3
 ET__3910  R50  Introduction to Operations Management 3
 FIRE1310  R50  Principles of Emergency Services 3
 FIRE1315  R50  Rescue Awareness 3
 FIRE1320  R50  Principles of Fire and Emergency Services Safety & Survival 3
 FIRE1325  R50  Fire Investigation I 3
 FIRE2310  R50  Fire Protection Systems 3
 FIRE2320  R50  Building Construction for Fire Protection 3
 FIRE2325  R50  Fire Protection Hydraulics & Water Supply 3
 FIRE2330  R50  Fire Behavior and Combustion 3
 FIRE2335  R50  Strategy & Tactics 3
 FIRE2350  R50  Principles of Fire and Emergency Services Administration 3
 FIRE2355  R50  Hazardous Materials I 3
 FIRE2360  R50  Occupational Safety 3
 FIRE2370  R50  Public Fire & Life Safety Education 3
 FIRE2380  R50  Legal Aspects of Emergency Services 3
 FIRE2385  R50  Fire Investigation II 3
 FREN1010  R50  Beginning French I 3
 FREN1020  R50  Beginning French II 3
 GEOG1012  R50  Cultural Geography 3
 GEOG1012  R01  Cultural Geography (Accelerated) 3
 GEOG1012  R25  Cultural Geography (Accelerated) 3
 GEOG2010  R50  World Regional Geography 3
 GEOG3710  R50  Geography of the United States 3
 GEOL1030  R50  Survey of Geology with Lab 4
 HETH4210  R50  Healthcare Research 3
 HETH4211  R50  Healthcare Leadership and Management 3
 HETH4212  R50  Trends and Issues in Healthcare 3
 HETH4213  R50  Community Healthcare: Issues & Services 3
 HIMT1300  R50  Medical Terminology 3
 HIMT1301  R50  Introduction to Health Information Management 3
 HIMT1302  R50  HIM Legal Aspects 3
 HIMT1401  R50  Fundamentals of Disease Processes 4
 HIMT2301  R50  CPT Coding 3
 HIMT2302  R50  Basic ICD Coding II 3
 HIMT2304  R50  HIM Management Principles 3
 HIMT2307  R50  Professional Practice Experience I 3
 HIMT2309  R50  Data Analysis and Statistics 3
 HIST2010  R50  Early United States History 3
 HIST2010  R01  Early United States History (Accelerated) 3
 HIST2020  R50  Modern United States History 3
 HIST2020  R01  Modern United States History (Accelerated) 3
 HIST2020  R25  Modern United States History (Accelerated) 3
 HIST2030  R50  Tennessee History 3
 HIST2050  R50  Appalachian History 3
 HIST2060  R50  African American History 3
 HIST2310  R50  Early World History 3
 HIST2320  R50  Modern World History 3
 HIST3035  R50  Technology and Culture in American History 3
 HIST3121  R50  England Before 1714 3
 HIST3670  R50  Civil War and Reconstruction 3
 HIST3811  R50  U.S. Military & Naval History 3
 HIST3880  R50  Renaissance & Reformation Europe 3
 HIST4685  R50  Emergence of Modern America 1877-1914 3
 HLSC2100  R50  Wellness Concepts & Practices 3
 HPSS3550  R50  Principles of Sports Fitness 3
 HSC_190_  R50  Introduction to Human Pathophysiology 3
 HUM_1010  R50  Early Humanities 3
 HUM_1020  R50  Modern Humanities 3
 INFS1010  R50  Computer Applications 3
 INFS1100  R50  Technology for Teachers 3
 INFS1100  R01  Technology for Teachers (Accelerated) 3
 INFS1100  R25  Technology for Teachers (Accelerated) 3
 INFS3700  R50  Introduction to System Analysis 3
 INFS4900  R50  Seminar and Data Communications 3
 JOUR4250  R50  Mass Media Law 3
 JOUR4712  R50  Mass Media and Cultures 3
 JRSM5450 / 6450/7450  R50  Public Relations Management 3
 LDSP3000  R50  Leadership Development 3
 LDSP5000 / 6000/7000  R50  Current Issues in Leadership 3
 LIST4093  R50  Special Topics and Leadership 3
 MATH0810  R80  Learning Support for Introductory Statistics 3
 MATH1005  R50  Algebra Essentials 3
 MATH1010  R50  Math for General Studies 3
 MATH1010  R01  Math for General Studies (Accelerated) 3
 MATH1010  R25  Math for General Studies (Accelerated) 3
 MATH1130  R50  College Algebra 3
 MATH1130  R01  College Algebra (Accelerated) 3
 MATH1410  R50  Number Concepts for Teachers 3
 MATH1420  R50  Geometry Concepts for Teachers 3
 MATH1530  R50  Introductory Statistics 3
 MATH1530  R80  Introductory Statistics  3
 MATH1530  R01  Introductory Statistics (Accelerated) 3
 MATH1630  R50  Finite Mathematics 3
 MATH1710  R50  Precalculus Algebra  3
 MATH1710  R01  Precalculus Algebra (Accelerated) 3
 MATH1720  R50  Precalculus Trigonometry 3
 MATH1720  R25  Precalculus Trigonometry (Accelerated) 3
 MATH1730  R50  Precalculus 5
 MATH1830  R50  Applied Calculus 3
 MATH1910  R50  Calculus I 4
 MATH1920  R50  Calculus II 4
 MATH2010  R50  Introduction to Linear Algebra 3
 MATH2050  R50  Calculus Based Prob/Stats 3
 MATH2110  R50  Calculus III 4
 MATH2120  R50  Differential Equations 3
 MATH3810  R50  College Geometry 3
 MDT_2100  R50  Photoshop Essentials 3
 MGMT3030  R50  Management of Service Organizations 3
 MGMT3220  R50  Management Information System 3
 MGMT3610  R50  Principles of Management 3
 MGMT4800  R50  Corporate Etiquette 3
 MRCH4300  R50  Family Resource Management 3
 MUS_1002  R50  Fundamentals of Music 3
 MUS_1030  R50  Introduction to Music 3
 NURS4210  R50  Health Care Research 3
 NURS4211  R50  Nursing Leadership and Management 3
 NURS4212  R50  Trends and Issues in Nursing and Healthcare 3
 NURS4213  R50  Community Health Nursing 3
 NURS5000 / 6000/7000  R50  Theoretical Foundations 3
 NURS5001 / 6001/7001  R50  Health Care Policy 3
 NURS5002 / 6002/7002  R50  Advanced Nursing Research 3
 NURS5003 / 6003/7003  R50  Advanced Role Development 3
 NURS5101 / 6101/7101  R50  Advanced Health Assessment 3
 NURS5102 / 6102/7102  R50  Advanced Health Assessment/Clinical 1
 NURS5103 / 6103/7103  R50  Advanced Pathophysiology 3
 NURS5104 / 6104/7104  R50  Advanced Pharmacology 3
 NURS5204 / 6204/7204  R50  Curriculum Design & Education Theory 3
 NURS5205 / 6205/7205  R50  Evaluation Methods in Nursing Education 3
 NURS5207 / 6207/7207  R50  Clinical Focus Practicum 2
 NURS5209 / 6209/7209  R50  Nursing Education Practicum 4
 NURS5301 / 6301/7301  R50  Nursing Administration I 3
 NURS5302 / 6302/7302  R50  Nursing Administration II 3
 NURS5303 / 6303/7303  R50  Health Care Finance 3
 NURS5304 / 6304/7304  R50  Human Resource Management 3
 NURS5305 / 6305/7305  R50  Quality Management in Nursing & Health Care 3
 NURS5307 / 6307/7307  R50  Nursing Management Practicum 2
 NURS5309 / 6309/7309  R50  Nursing Administration Practicum 4
 NURS5505 / 6505/7505  R50  Advanced Adult Health 3
 NURS5601 / 6601/7601  R50  FNP I 3
 NURS5602 / 6602/7602  R50  FNP I - Clinical 2
 NURS5603 / 6603/7603  R50  FNP II 3
 NURS5604 / 6604/7604  R50  FNP II - Clinical 4
 NURS5605 / 6605/7605  R50  FNP III 3
 NURS5606 / 6606/7606  R50  FNP III - Clinical 2
 NURS5609 / 6609/7609  R50  FNP Practicum 4
 NURS5635  R50  Advanced Pediatric Nursing 3
 NURS5990 / 6990/7990  R50  Scholarly Synthesis 3
 PADM3601  R50  Introduction to Public Administration 3
 PADM4226  R50  Introduction to Nonprofit Organizations 3
 PADM4401  R50  Comparative Public Administration 3
 PBRL3400  R50  Introduction to Public Relations 3
 PBRL3409  R50  Public Relations Case Studies 3
 PBRL3421  R50  Public Relations Writing 3
 PBRL4410  R50  Public Relations Research 3
 PETE3307  R50  Psychological Aspects of Sport 3
 PHED1140  R50  Walking for Fitness 2
 PHED1140  R01  Walking for Fitness (Accelerated) 2
 PHED1140  R25  Walking for Fitness (Accelerated) 2
 PHIL1030  R50  Introduction to Philosophy 3
 PHIL1030  R01  Introduction to Philosophy (Accelerated) 3
 PHIL1030  R25  Introduction to Philosophy (Accelerated) 3
 PHIL1040  R50  Introduction to Ethics 3
 PHIL1040  R01  Introduction to Ethics 3
 PHIL2200  R50  Introduction to World Religions  3
 PHIL2430  R50  Philosophy of Religion 3
 PHIL2640  R50  Science and the Modern World 3
 PHYS1030  R50  Survey of Physics with Lab 4
 PHYS2010  R50  Non-Calculus Physics I with Lab 4
 PHYS2020  R50  Non-Calculus Physics II with Lab 4
 PHYS2110  R50  Calculus-Based Physics I with Lab 4
 PHYS2120  R50  Calculus-Based Physics II with Lab 4
 PM__4120  R50  Organizations Theory and Behavior 3
 POLI3620  R50  Comparative European Government 3
 POLI4350  R50  International Law 3
 POLS1010  R50  Intro to Political Science 3
 POLS1030  R50  American Government 3
 POLS2025  R50  State and Local Government 3
 POLS2035  R50  International Relations 3
 POLS2050  R50  Comparative World Politics 3
 POLS4508  R50  Theories & Concepts of International Relations 3
 PRST5040 / 6040/7040  R50  Human Resources Management 3
 PRST5100 / 6100/7100  R50  Professional Studies: Issues and Ethics 3
 PRST5105 / 6105/7105  R50  Project Planning and Scheduling 3
 PRST5200 / 6200/7200  R50  Globalization and the Professions 3
 PRST5300 / 6300/7300  R50  Research Methods 3
 PRST5310 / 6310/7310  R50  Leadership in Organization 3
 PRST5400 / 6400/7400  R50  Instructional Design for Training and Development 3
 PRST5410 / 6410/7410  R50  Evaluation of Learning 3
 PRST5420 / 6420/7420  R50  Organizational Needs Analysis 3
 PRST5440 / 6440/7440  R50  Engaging the Adult Online Learner 3
 PRST5470 / 6470/7470  R50  Facilitation of Learning 3
 PRST5500 / 6500/7500  R50  Foundations of Leadership 3
 PRST5600 / 6600/7600  R50  Statistical Analysis 3
 PRST5700 / 6700/7700  R50  Conflict Management and Negotiation 3
 PRST5770 / 6770/7770  R50  Computer-Based Decision Modeling 3
 PRST5800 / 6800/7800  R50  Organizational Skills and Development 3
 PRST5910 / 6910/7910  R50  Employment and Human Resources Law 3
 PRST5920 / 6920/7920  R50  Diversity in the Workplace 3
 PRST5940 / 6940/7940  R50  Recruitment  Selection  and Retention 3
 PRST5998 / 6998/7998  R50  Professional Project 3
 PRST5998 / 6998/7998  R50  Professional Project 3
 PRST5998 / 6998/7998  R50  Professional Project 3
 PRST5998 / 6998/7998  R50  Professional Project 3
 PSCI1010  R50  Principles of Physical Science with Lab 4
 PSCI1020  R50  Principles of Earth/Space with Lab 4
 PSY_3590  R50  Psychology of Personality 3
 PSYC1030  R50  Introduction to Psychology 3
 PSYC1030  R01  Introduction to Psychology (Accelerated) 3
 PSYC2110  R50  Psychology of Adjustment 3
 PSYC2120  R50  Social Psychology 3
 PSYC2120  R25  Social Psychology (Accelerated) 3
 PSYC2130  R50  Life Span Development Psychology 3
 PSYC2130  R01  Life Span Development Psychology (Accelerated) 3
 PSYC215_  R50  Child Growth and Development 3
 PSYC2220  R50  The Psychology of Human Sexuality 3
 PSYC223_  R50  Psychology of Aging 3
 PSYC3210  R50 Abnormal Psychology 3
 PSYC3305  R50  Learning and Memory 3
 PSYC3306  R50  Physiological Psychology 3
 PTMA3020  R50  Managing Information Technology 3
 PTMA3500  R50  Methods of Performance Productivity 3
 READ0810  R50  Reading Learning Support 3
 SLS_2105  R50  Foundations of Sport and Leisure Management 4
 SOAA3350  R50  Social Statistics 3
 SOAA3444  R50  Data Analysis 3
 SOC_3150  R50  Social Psychology 3
 SOC_3200  R50  Sociology of Sex and Gender 3
 SOC_3640  R50  Cybercrime 3
 SOC_3650  R50  Juvenile Delinquency 3
 SOC_3700  R50  Sociology of Childhood 3
 SOC_4010  R50  Organized Crime 3
 SOC_4510  R50  Social Deviance 3
 SOC_4515  R50  Sexual Offenses and Offenders 3
 SOC_4720  R50  Sociological Theory 3
 SOCI1010  R50  Introduction to Sociology 3
 SOCI1010  R01  Introduction to Sociology (Accelerated) 3
 SOCI1040  R50  Social Problems 3
 SOCI2010  R50  Marriage and Family 3
 SOCI217_  R50  Sociology of Aging 3
 SOCI4510  R50  Introduction to Social Research 3
 SPAN1010  R50  Spanish I 3
 SPAN1020  R50  Spanish II 3
 SPAN2010  R50  Intermediate Spanish I 3
 SPAN2020  R50  Intermediate Spanish II 3
 SPAN3550  R50  Latin America: Countries & Peoples 3
 SW__3170  R50  Family Caregiving 3
 SW__3200  R50  Cultural Diversity 3
 SWRK2010  R50  Introduction to Social Work 3
 SWRK245_  R50  Introduction to Counseling 3
 TEAE4300  R50  Multicultural Education 3
 TEAE4500  R50  Linguistics 3
 TEAE4501  R50  Modern English Grammar 3
 TEAE5300 / 6300  R50  Multicultural Education 3
 TEAE5500  R50  Linguistics 3
 TEAE5501 / 6501  R50  Modern English Grammar 3
 TEAS4006  R50  Assistive Technology 3
 TEAS5006 / 6006  R50  Assistive Technology 3
 TECH4381  R50  Principles of Supervision 3
 TELC2010  R50  Survey of Exceptionalities and Diversity 3
 TELC2011  R50  Teaching and Learning with Technology 3
 TELC2012  R50  Teachers as Agent of Change in Schools 3
 TELC2014  R50  Managing the Learning Environment in Post Sec 3
 TELC4001  R50  Adolescent Development 3
 TELC4002  R50  Assessment and Evaluation 3
 TELC4003  R50  Managing the Learning Environment 3
 TELC4004  R50  Survey of Exceptional Children 3
 TELC4005  R50  Teaching and Learning with Technology 3
 TELC4006  R50  Teachers as Agents of Change 3
 TELC5001 / 6001/7001  R50  Adolescent Development 3
 TELC5002 / 6002/7002  R50  Assessment and Evaluation 3
 TELC5003 / 6003/7003  R50  Managing the Learning Environment 3
 TELC5004 / 6004/7004  R50  Survey of Exceptional Children 3
 TELC5005 / 6005/ 7005  R50  Teaching and Learning with Technology 3
 TELC5006 / 6006/7006  R50  Teachers as Agents of Change 3
 THEA1030  R50  Introduction to Theater 3
 UNIV3535  R50  Family Communication 3
 UNIV3565  R50  Comparative Christianity 3
 UNIV3580  R50  Hebrew & Greek Legacy 3
 UNIV3581  R50  Faith/ Reason & Imagination 3
 UNIV3713  R50  Freedom  Openness and the Internet 1
 UNIV4110  R50  Internship  *
 UNIV4706  R50  Managing Software Development 3
 UNIV4708  R50  Introduction to Business Intelligence 3
 UNIV4995  R50  Culminating Project 3
 WEB_2120  R50  Audio/Video for the Web 3
 WEB_2811  R50  Advanced Computer Graphics 3
 WEB_2812  R50  Web Design III: Advanced Site Design 3
 WEBD3500  R50  Rhetoric and the Internet 3
 WEBT1310  R50  Web Page Application 3
 WGST2050  R50  Intro to Women/Gender Studies 3


2. Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) Program

2.1. How do I find more information on the MSN program?

TN eCampus offers a Master's of Science in Nursing program and a post master's certificate program.

The Master's of Science in Nursing program offers three concentrations to choose from:

The Post Master's certificate program offers three concentrations to choose from:

2.2. How do I apply to the TN eCampus MSN Program?

Application to the TN eCampus MSN program is a two-step process.

  1. Use the Search Programs Opens in new window tool to locate the MSN program you are interested in.
  2. Access the Program Page by clicking on the View Program Page link.
  3. Click the Apply Now button and follow the instructions to enter the requested information.
  4. After submitting the requested information, you will be directed to create a TN eCampus MSN Account.
  5. Complete and submit the MSN account creation form.
  6. You should receive an email invitation from your chosen institution within 2-3 business days.
  7. Once you receive the invitation, follow the instructions to complete the application for their graduate school.

Note: The email invitation from your chosen school should arrive within 2-3 business days after submitting your application. If you do not receive the invitation within this time frame, please contact Valda Barksdale Opens in new window for a status update. Once you have completed the graduate application, please contact your chosen institution regarding the status of your application. 


2.3. Is a bachelor's degree required to apply to the MSN program?

Yes. Candidates for the MSN program must have earned a bachelor's degree with an overall GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale.

2.4. I will graduate with a bachelor's degree in a few weeks, can I apply to the MSN program now?

No. You must wait until your degree has been conferred before you can apply to the MSN program.

2.5. Do I have to be an RN to enter the MSN program?

Yes. Students must hold and maintain an unencumbered license to practice as a Registered Nurse in Tennessee or the state in which the clinical assignments are completed.

2.6. How many credit hours are required to earn an MSN?

The number of program hours depends on the concentration you choose.

Hours required by concentration:

  • Administration Concentration: 36 credit hours
  • Education Concentration: 40 credit hours
  • FNP Concentration: 46 credit hours

2.7. How many hours are required for each clinical rotation?

Course Number Course Title Clinical Hours Required
NURS5207 Education Clinical Focus Practicum 120
NURS5209 Education Practicum 240
NURS5307 Administration Management 120
NURS5309 Administration Practicum 240
NURS5410 Informatics Practicum 240
NURS5602 FNP Women's Helath 120
NURS5604 FNP Adult Geriatrics 240
NURS5606 FNP Pediatrics 120
NURS5609 FNP Practicum 240


2.8. Is a background check required for clinicals?

Yes. A full Criminal Background Check (CBC) is required and must be completed within 90 days of your first clinical preceptorship.

2.9. Am I required to have liability insurance?

Yes. All MSN students are required to maintain comprehensive professional liability coverage in an amount not less than $1 million dollars per occurrence and $3 million dollars in aggregate.

3. Getting Started in a TN eCampus Course

3.1. Textbooks (Read Before You Buy)

Ordering Textbooks

Be Advised

Students are encouraged to wait for courses to start before ordering their books. Instructors could make a last minute change in the book used, or they may required students to use an eBook instead of a hardback book. If you have questions about the book options, call the bookstore directly at (888) 251-2665.

eBooks

Many of our courses use eBooks which require an access code. The access codes are NOT universal and change from semester to semester. Students are encouraged to confirm the textbook requirements before paying for an access code that is no longer valid from 3rd party vendors. Neither the TN eCampus Virtual Bookstore nor TN eCampus can refund or be responsible for refunds of books ordered outside of the TN eCampus Virtual Bookstore. 

Order Process

To order your books from the TN eCampus Virtual Bookstore, please follow these steps:

  1. Go to the TN eCampus Virtual Bookstore Opens in new window.
  2. Choose "Books" and then select the appropriate options from the drop down menus. For Program, choose TN eCampus. For Section, choose ALL. Fill other terms according to your your Term, Department and Course.


  3. Review the book options, select the book and add it to your cart. Follow the prompts to establish an account and pay for the book(s).


Access Codes

Some access codes are sent to email accounts on file instead of standard postal mail. Please provide a correct and frequently checked email address in your account information. Codes are usually arrive within 48 hours. If a code is not received by email, look for it by postal mail within 7-10 days.

Instructors typically allow time for students to receive their access codes during the first week. Courses may also provide a temporary pass to the eBook to allow for the arrival of a personal access code. Please check the Course Content section of you the class to see information provided on your eBooks. For more information contact your instructor for any needed clarification.

3.2. Logging Into Your Course

Logging Into Your Course

Students may access general information regarding logging into your course new window from the website or gotoclass.tnecampus.org new window directly. Please see some common issues posted below.

Common Issues

  • If a student does DO NOT know the Username, then contact the Help Desk at (866) 895-8429 anytime for assistance.
  • If the Username is known, then the password could be the problem. The Help Desk can help here too, but there are some possible solutions to check first. 
    • For a new student with no previous TN eCampus course before, the password will be the 6-digit birthday (MMDDYY).
    • For students who have taken courses with TN eCampus since Spring 2017, the password will be reset back to your 6-digit birthday so you will use the (MMDDYY) configuration as well.
    • Students who have not taken courses with TN eCampus since Spring 2017 should contact the Help Desk for login assistance.

Automated Password Help

Use the "Forgot your Password?" link new window on the log-in page for new and recent students.

  • Using the link will send a password reset email to the primary email address on file at the home institution. Recently updated email addresses may still be processing. Check any email that could be on file.
  • Only request the password reset once and allow approximately 15 minutes for it to process.
  • Check the junk/spam folder if the message is not received promptly.
  • Contact the Help Desk at (866) 895-8429 if you need additional assistance.


Reminder

Remember classes don't start until after 3PM on the first day of class.

3.3. Student Liaison Contact

A Full-time Resource

The Student Liaison is a full-time, professional employee provided at each institution. This person can be an extremely valuable resource for assistance regarding courses or program of study topics. To locate the Student Liaison for your institution or program, view the Student Liaisons new window page on the TN eCampus website.

Common topics addressed by a Student Liaison include:

  • Advising
  • Transcript Review
  • Admission
  • Degree Program Information
  • Graduation Plan
  • Registration
  • Transfer Credits
  • Complaints
  • Grade Appeals
  • Disability Services

3.4. Brightspace, D2L, Desire2Learn, LMS?

Learning Management System (LMS)

Brightspace and D2L (Desire2Learn) are terms used interchangeably. Desire2Learn is the company that developed and manages Brightspace, our Learning Management System (LMS). Brightspace is the course management platform for all of the TN eCampus courses. To access a registered TN eCampus course, login to the D2L Brightspace at https://gotoclass.tnecampus.org new window.

Other TBR institutions may also use a Brightspace system to manage their own independent online courses. They may look similar but use different login addresses.

If all of that is not confusing enough, the current version of Brightspace is called Daylight. Daylight was introduced in May 2018. You can learn more about Daylight changes with this video.





3.5. Contact Instructor and Classmates

Email Instructor and Classmates

D2L provides a means of communication within the course, but please note, the online course system is a closed email system. This means students and teachers cannot send messages to or from external sites, such as Yahoo, Gmail or Outlook. Students and teachers are encouraged to communicate within the course structure to streamline response and follow up needs.

Sending Messages

Log into the course and select Classlist from the navbar menu. The Classlist will open. The instructor and students are listed by role.

Classlist highlighted from navbar. Role, instructor and sample person highlighted.


In the Classlist, choose the name and open the menu to email or check the name and select the Email icon. This will open a new email message.

Checkbox and email highlighted. Instructor name and menu highlighted to show email.


From this view, note the typical email features such as, To (address), Subject, Body (message) and Attachments, which include Record Audio. Compose the email and select Send to send a message.

Email features highlighted.


A link to the Instructor Information page is located in the Announcements section of the course's homepage. Instructor Information is also in the Getting Started module of the course content.

Intstructor information link highlighted from homepage under Annoucements.

3.6. Important TN eCampus Dates

Calendars and Resources

Important dates and deadlines are posted in the Academic Calendar Opens in new window located on the TN eCampus Student Resources Opens in new window webpage. It is advisable to bookmark or make a favorite of these pages for future reference.

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3.7. Course Syllabus

Course Syllabus

All course syllabi are located on the TN eCampus website under Course Listings Opens in new window. However, the syllabus listed inside your course is adapted to include specific information for your class.

To locate the course syllabus in a course, follow the instructions below.

  1. Log into Brightspace (D2L) and select the course.
  2. Select Content from the navbar on the course homepage
  3. The course syllabus will be listed near Table of Contents.

Image disSyllabus highlighted after opening Content from navbar. the module.

3.8. Orientation Video

The 5 Minute Tour



3.9. External Resources

GCF Global

GCF Global (also known as GCF Learn Free) is a program of Goodwill Community Foundation® and Goodwill Industries of Eastern NC Inc. For more than a decade, GCF Global has helped millions around the world learn the essential skills they need to live and work in the 21st century. 

Highlights

  • Completely free, no account required
  • Offers more than 2,000 lessons, 800+ videos, and 55+ interactive activities and games
  • Covers more than 180 topics including computer basics, typing tutorials, searching the web, Algebra, Spanish, Grammar, and even the full suite of Microsoft products like Word, Excel, and PowerPoint

Website: edu.gcfglobal.org/en/ new window

EdX

EdX was founded by Harvart and MIT in 2012 and is a website offering free courses spanning subjects such as business, chemistry, education, electronics, history, law, and many more. Courses are offered through world renowned universities, organizations, companies, governments and non-government organizations such as Harvard, MIT, Amazon and the Smithsonian. Courses are offered for free, but students can pay a nominal fee to obtain professional certificates and micro-master programs.

Highlights

  • Offers courses for free as well as paid professional certificate programs/micro-masters programs
  • Courses are available in multiple languages such as English, Spanish, Chinese, French etc.
  • Partners with institutions like Harvard, MIT, Princeton, University of Tokyo, Notre Dame, and other renowned universities as well as global companies such as Amazon Web Services, IsraelX, The Smithsonian Institution, Microsoft, the New York Institute of Finance
  • Has over 130 global institutional partners

Website: ed x.org/course new window

Future Learn

Future Learn is a website based out of the UK offering degrees, as well as free online courses that cover things like business, nature & environment, politics, literature and many more. They are partnered with many international universities and offer flexible programs for anyone.

Highlights

  • Offers 22 degree programs, and 339 courses
  • 149 global partners including universities in the UK and other international universities

Website: futurelearn.com/ new window

Alison

Alison is a website offering certificate courses, diploma courses and learning paths. Some are free, and others are paid. The best attribute about Alison is that the offer courses for skilled trades like plumbing, electrical, carpentry, masonry and motor.

Highlights

  • Offering free courses covering all sorts of courses, including SKILL TRADES
  • Has certificate courses, diploma courses, and learning paths

Website: alison.com/ new window

Khan Academy

Offering free courses covering subjects such as math, science, college, careers, personal finance and many more. They are partnered with many renowned institutions such as NASA, the Museum of Modern Art and MIT. Also offering test prep for many standardized tests.

Highlights

  • Offering free courses covering math, science, college, careers and more
  • Personal finance courses like saving & budgeting, car expenses, taxes and paying for college
  • Partnered with institutions like NASA, The Museum of Modern Art and MIT
  • Also has test prep

Website: khanacademy.org/ new window

Academic Earth

Offering free courses covering things like art history, business, healthcare administration, social work and many other subjects. They show video lectures through YouTube all from real classroom settings.

Highlights

  • Offers free courses that show lecture videos through YouTube
  • Covers a lot of topics and courses

Website: academicearth.org/ new window


4. Student Policies & Procedures

4.1. Request Disability Accommodation

Providing Accommodations

Accommodations are reasonable academic adjustments or auxiliary aids that provide equal access to programs and services on an individual basis. Accommodations are requested by a person with a disability and determined to be reasonable on an individual basis by an appointed representative, often, in a disability services office. Extended time on tests or taking an exam in a minimal distraction area are examples of reasonable academic adjustments.

Initiating the Process

A student with a disability has a responsibility to initiate the accommodation process with the disability resource center or campus office if they wish to request a reasonable accommodation. The office determines whether the student is eligible for services and, if so, coordinates appropriate accommodations and services in consultation with the student, faculty and other professionals, as appropriate. All students must follow the policies and procedures and meet the graduation requirements of their particular program.


4.2. Student Participation Survey

Survey Requirement

ALL STUDENTS taking TN eCampus classes MUST complete the Student Participation Survey in order to be reported as attending classes. Students may be automatically dropped from a class if the survey is not completed on time. For some students, completing the Student Participation Survey will also release financial aid.


The Student Participation Survey MUST be completed by the 14th day of class (including weekends).



Attendance Reporting

Attendance verification is automatically sent to schools on the 4th, 9th, and 14th day of the semester.

Access Survey

Log into the class. Choose Surveys on the navbar. This may be under More on smaller screens or windows.

Surveys highlighted from navbar.


The Survey List will open. Find Student Participation Survey. Select the survey and follow the prompts.

Student Survey highlighted.

Survey highlighted on Announcements

Survey highlighted on Announcements



4.3. Academic Integrity and Plagiarism

Academic Integrity

All students are expected to comply with the TN eCampus Online Integrity new window and Online Student Behavior new window policies. Students participating in any form of academic misconduct will be subject to the penalties outlined by the home institution. Students should refer to the student handbook provided by the home institution for more information.

Citing References

Sometimes students are not aware of how to cite references or sources to avoid plagiarism. The following links may be helpful to correct source citation and through the styles your instructor prefers for citation purposes.

Citation Styles


4.4. Filing a Complaint

Filing a Complaint

The first step is to make a good faith effort to communicate a concern and allow reasonable time to respond by the most closely involved person. Additionally, the student's home institution Student Liaison Opens in new window is a great resource to provide information and support. Many issues can be easily resolved with clear communication and campus resources.

Unresolved Concerns

Please know that all concerns are taken very seriously. Complaints regarding grades, instructors, or another students have official procedures that must to be followed to ensure the complaint is addressed properly and in a timely manner. To learn more about the steps to file a complaint, please review the TN eCampus Complaint Process Opens in new window on the TN eCampus website.


4.5. Grade Appeal

Grade Appeal Process

Before filing an appeal, the student should contact the instructor by phone, message or in writing to verify the grade awarded agrees with the grade on the student's transcript. The student should allow the instructor time to investigate and respond.

Next Step

If the grade concern remains unresolved, the student must must work with their home campus Student Liaison Opens in new window  by submitting the concern in writing. The student liaison will be involved in the following steps:

  • The home campus' Student Liaison will communicate with the Student Liaison from the delivering institution regarding the complaint.
  • The Student Liaison from the delivering institution will notify the instructor or department chair.
  • The Student Liaison from the delivering institution communicates back to the home campus' Student Liaison once a decision has been reached.
  • The home campus' Student Liaison will record the decision and communicate with the student.

Final Appeal

The student has the right to appeal the decision following the Student Rights and Appeal Process at the student's home campus. In the event a student elects to appeal the decision made by the delivering institution, all course documentation should be provided to the student's home campus for evaluation. The student must adhere to the grade appeal process at the home campus, which is responsible for the final grade appeal decision.


4.6. Drop or Withdraw from Class

Official Class Changes

As with admissions and registration for classes, the official process of withdrawing from a class or from school completely must be handled through your home institution. TN eCampus does not manage student withdrawals, even from our online classes. Contact the TN eCampus Contact to ensure proper processes are followed. View a list of TN eCampus Student Liaisons.

*Please note, failure to attend class or participate in class is not sufficient for initiating a withdrawal. Students may be held responsible for any fees acquired. Please visit the Academic Calendar Opens in new window to determine the fee percentage returned along with the corresponding deadlines to withdraw.

5. Course Tools

5.1. Navigating Your Online Course

Navigating Course Content

Log into the course site at gotoclass.tnecampus.org new window.

Courses will be listed under My Courses. It may be necessary to scroll down the page to see the list, or choose View All Courses to see more than 12 courses at at a time. Select the course to access the course content.

*Please note, for attendance purposes, students must complete the Student Participation Survey by the end of the 14th days of class. Students are encouraged to complete the survey as a first step to be certain it is completed on time.


Double arrow pointing to My Courses and Course Selector on the home page.


Choose Content from the NavBar on the course homepage to access the course content.

Content highlighted on the course navbar.


In this example, the left column contains the Table of Contents and lists all modules in the course including the Getting Started module.  The right column displays the contents of a selected module. Choosing Message from your Instructor opens a sample page.

Getting Started hightlighted under the Table of Contents. Message from Your instructor selected to open.


Navigate through each page in the module by selecting the BackandForward arrows at the top and bottom right corner of the page or use the Bread Crumb Trail to navigate back to the table of contents, a module, or page by selecting the desired location.

Content page has breadcrumb menu at the top. Page also has left/right arrows at the top and bottom for navigation options.


Watch this video to learn more about TN eCampus home, Messages, Updates, Subscriptions and Personal Menu buttons and icons.

Section Numbers

Section numbers may be confusing. Course section numbers for full semesters begin with R50. Additional sections will be numbered R51, R52, ect. 7-week classes for the first half of a semester start with R01 and continue to R02, R03, ect. 7-week classes for the second half of a semester start with R25 and continue to R26, R27, ect.

5.2. Surveys

Common Surveys

There are three surveys that you will see each semester in your online course.

Student Participation Survey

The Student Participation Survey Opens in new window verifies attendance and must be completed in the first 14 days of class. Attendance is reported to the home institution on the 4th, 9th, and 14th day of class. Failure to complete the survey can negatively impact your financial aid. The Student Participation Survey can be accessed by following the link on the Course Home Page or selecting Surveys from the NavBar.

Student Services Survey

A prompt to complete the Student Services survey will "pop-up" when logging to Brightspace (D2L) near the end of the semester. Follow the link to complete the survey. Once completed, the survey will no longer be prompted.

Course Evaluation Survey

The Course Evaluation Survey Opens in new window will be available close to the end of the semester and will "pop-up" when logging to Brightspace (D2L). Follow the link to complete the survey.

There may also be other surveys in the course created by the instructor.

5.3. Course Evaluation Survey

TN eCampus Course Evaluation Survey

TN eCampus uses surveys to capture important feedback from students regarding course quality and effectiveness. Please review the instructions and screen images in this tutorial.

*Please note, this is not the Student Participation Survey same frame. Student Participation Survey is a very important but separate survey that must be completed in the first 14 days of class. Please refer to that tutorial for specific information.

Survey Prompt

When logging in, you may be prompted to take one or more surveys. Select the Go to Survey or choose Do It Later. Prompts will only popup after a new login. Please check the due date before choosing Do It Later.

Survey prompt popup to complete now or later.

My Surveys is a widget on the right side of the TN eCampus homepage.

Survey widget link from TN eCampus homepage.

Multiple Surveys

There may be more than one survey to complete. Some students may be enrolled in multiple 15 week courses and/or 7 week accelerated courses at the same time. Check the Academic Calendar new window for the active survey date range. If multiple surveys are available, but only one survey is completed, the system will not prompt a reminder again until you have logged out and back into D2L. Additionally, you will see reminders on the TN eCampus homepage for the Student Services Survey.

*Please note, the popup does not display on the course homepage. The popup is visible when logging into TN eCampus. It is not triggered each time the student lands on a course's My Homepage, but students may go to the My Surveys widget to check anytime. A link to return to an active list is presented at the end of each survey as well.


Complete a Survey

After choosing a survey link, the survey will be displayed in Brightspace. Choose radio buttons for each question to respond. Check the bottom of the page and select Next to continue if the survey has multiple pages.

Sample set of questions with options to select radio buttons Strongly Agree, Neutral and Strongly Disagree with arrows pointing to each.

Surveys may also include Textbox responses to add personalized comments.

Textbox for personalized comments

Choose the Submit at the bottom of the last page when finished or choose Exit to leave the survey without submitting. The survey is not complete without choosing Submit.

Open textbox with Submit at the bottom.

Choose Submit again to confirm in the next window.

Confirm window with Submit highlighted

After submitting the survey, a completion message will appear in the next window. You may choose My Surveys to see available surveys. This link can be used to complete any remaining surveys.

Completion message with datestamp. My Surveys also highlighted.

Check Progress

The survey list will display the status of all surveys they have been asked to complete. As previously noted, some surveys may not be scheduled to display until later in the semester. Check the Academic Calendar new window to monitor when surveys will be available. Surveys not scheduled to run are not visible until the appropriate time.

My Surveys widget from TN eCampus homepage

5.4. Assignments

Assignments

Locate Assignments

Assignments are accessible in two locations. Either choose Assignments from the NavBar or follow the links available in the course module as assignments become due. It is a good idea to check the Assignments listed on the landing page to keep a mental note of upcoming assignments as a double check of the list in each module (in the table of contents). Students are less likely to miss a due date by cross-referencing.

In this example, there is a current and a closed assignment. Instructors may set Assignments to be available and visible or they may specific Start and End Dates and choose when to make them visible. Be sure to check the far right column for the Due Date and time on the assignment. Assignments are spread across the semester to distribute the pace of the course. Make a mental note of upcoming activities to be prepared and plan accordingly.

Assignments snapshot starting from the Assignments tab on the navbar.

Each assignment page will show when an assignment should be submitted. Grades or scores as they are posted are visible in this location. If there is a dash in the Score column, the assignment has not been graded. Students should contact the instructor regarding grade questions or missed deadlines.

Submit an Assignment

Select the blue link for a current or active assignment on the Assignments page. Instructions about the assignment will be given on the submission page. Some instructors may provide this in the modules. However, be sure to read any instructions provided on the Assignments page as well. Instructors sometimes mention "Submitting an Assignment to the Dropbox." This is referring to the submission of Assignments inside D2L (not the Dropbox app).

New submission highlighting Instructions, Start Date and End Date


Students may choose to select Add a File or in some courses, students may be allowed to Record Audio.

Add a File and Record Audio highlighted. Arrow point to expanded window for My Computer and ePortfolios are possible paths to select files.


The Upload page will open. Either upload from a folder or use the drag/drop method to the Upload button/area. Choose Add once the file is selected. Word and PDF files are typical. If the file type is not correct, there will be a red X. Choose the correct type. A message may be added for the instructor as well. Choose Submit when finished.

Upload and Add highlighted. Submit highlighted as last step.


Expect to receive a confirmation page with a successful submission. To double-check, go to the Assignment page and choose Submission for the file. A confirmation will be sent to the D2L email address as well.

5.5. Quizzes and Assessments

Quizzes and Assessments

Quizzes and other assessments such as, exams and tests are found in the course under Quizzes on the NavBar of the course homepage. Only the tests and quizzes currently available will be visible. Some assessments, such as practice quizzes, may always be available. Typically, practice quizzes may be taken multiple times. Students are encouraged to take advantage of these options.

Some courses may administer assessments through a 3rd party service such as MyMathLab. For details on the required assessments in the course, please refer to the course syllabus located in Content.


The course content may also have links to quizzes. Check the table of contents and course calendar for additional references to quizzes.

Quiz visible from Table of Contents view.

Which Assessment

Dates are often displayed below each assessment as shown in the image below. These are the dates the assessment opens and closes. Refer to the course calendar for assessment due dates.

Quiz list with arrows pointing to date restrictions listed on one of the quizzes


Get Started

To begin an assessment in D2L, open the summary page for the selected assessment. The page will display information such as the time allotted for the attempt, number of attempts allowed, and some general instructions. Select Start Quiz to begin an assessment.

Quiz details highlighted.


Proctored Exam

A proctored exam means the exam must be administered under the supervision of a neutral third party. Students may schedule an appointment at one of our TBR testing centers or an instructor approved alternative proctor. It is strongly recommended students schedule their proctor appointments well in advance. Testing centers have a limited number of seats. Visit the Steps for Obtaining a Proctor (new window) page for instructions and a list of TBR testing centers.

Automatic Grading

Most assessments are auto-graded as they are submitted. However, assessments that include the following types of questions are typically not auto-graded:

  • Fill in the blank
  • Short/Long Answers
  • Essay

Instructors can answer questions about when or how an assessment will be graded.

Retake an Assessment

This decision is at the discretion of the instructor. If a student misses an exam or an assignment for any reason, the student should contact your instructor. TN eCampus cannot override instructor decisions on grades or make-up work.


Quiz Troubleshooting Help

5.6. Brightspace Pulse Mobile App

Brightspace Pulse

Brightspace Pulse Opens in new window is a mobile app that helps students organize and plan for upcoming course activities through their mobile devices.

Using Brightspace Pulse

  • View calendar of upcoming readings, assignments, and tests
  • Create personal milestones such as study sessions or group meetings
  • Receive real-time notifications when news items and grades are posted

To Get Started

  1. Download Brightspace Pulse available on iTunes Opens in new window or Google Play Opens in new window
  2. Search for TN eCampus or enter the URL: https://gotoclass.tnecampus.org Opens new window


5.7. Checklist

Course Checklists

Using the checklist is a great way for students to feel confident their progress through a course. The Checklist is set up by instructors to identify essential tasks that must be completed within a module. The Checklist is not automatically updated when you complete a task, but it is something for students to check to ensure they have completed all tasks before moving on to the next module.

*Please note, not all courses use Checklists. If you do not see one in your module, then it is not available.

Access a Checklist

Open Class Progress from the NavBar. If the course has a checklist it will be located under the Table of Contents.

Class Progress highlighted from the navbar. Checklist listed on left side.


Checklist Progress will open. Choosing a checklist will expand the list. Check the boxes next to the items completed. Notice the Complete Bar changes as check boxes are added. Choose Save when finished.

From Checklist Progress page, Module 3 highlighted and expanded.

5.8. Class Progress

Check Your Class Progress

This feature allows students to view their coursework progress over the semester. Progress in the following areas can be monitored:

  • Grades
  • Objectives
  • Content
  • Discussions
  • Assignments
  • Quizzes
  • Checklist
  • Surveys
  • Login History

Information includes log-in history, completion dates of activities and assessments, and which content modules have or haven't been viewed. At the start of the semester, there will be limited information, but when students check progress from time to time as the semester progresses.



Checking Your Progress

Select Class Progress from the navbar.



Progress Views

Choosing Content in the left-hand column opens Content Progress. Notice progress is displayed by percentage and graphically.



Print a Progress Report

Choose Print to print a record of progress.



Choose Settings to edit the default progress components to print or choose Print to finish.


Choose the components to print and then Save and Close.


Choose Print to print the custom choices.


5.9. ePortfolio

ePortfolio

Brightspace ePortfolio is a personal portfolio tool for storing, organizing, reflecting on, and sharing items that represent your learning. You can include items such as documents, graphics, audio files, videos, presentations, and course work to demonstrate your improvement or mastery in certain areas.

You can control what items you want to include in your portfolio, how they are organized, and who you want to share them with. When you share items with your peers, mentors, or potential employers, you can give them permission to view items, edit items, see or add comments, and see or add assessments to receive feedback.

More Information

D2L has 9 videos to assist learners on Youtube new window. Watch the first video here.


    5.10. Grades

    Grades

    Automated grading features may decrease response time to students for some graded items. However, some graded items require instructors to manually assess all or part of an assignment, quiz, or exam. Additionally, some courses complete homework and other assignments on 3rd party sites such as, Pearson’s MyMathLab or Cengage's MindTap. Grades from these types of sites may offer grade results within that site upon completion. Those grades may take time or action to migrate to D2L Brightspace grades pages. Students may need to check both sites to review all grades during transition periods. Students should contact their instructor for any question or clarification regarding grades.

    View Grades

    View grades by selecting Grades from the NavBar on the course homepage.


    Grades highlighted on navbar


    View Grades in D2L Brightspace

    Select Grades from the navbar. The Grades page will open.

    Sample Grades page opens Final Letter Grade and Module 1 quiz are highlighted.

    There is a row for the Final Letter Grade which will remain blank until the final exam and the instructor has submitted the final grade for the semester. There are two assessments in this example. MicroQuiz's score is highlighted and reflects 10 out of 10. This quiz has been graded. Module 1 Quiz does not have a score. It has not been graded. This sample is simplified to highlight these details, but typical courses will have numerous categories for assignments, discussions, and quizzes.


    Grades Tool Tutorial

    5.11. Discussions

    Discussions

    Most courses utilize discussions as a method for creating class interaction and student engagement with the material and each other. In some cases, instructors assess student responses through the discussion board and provide feedback. Understanding how to manage the Discussions page is very important for students.

    To access Discussion threads, choose Discussions from the NavBar.

    Discussions highlighted from the navbar.

    However, some instructors may also embed a link to the Discussion thread as part of an activity for the module. This embedded link will direct students to the appropriate thread. Discussions can be accessed by going to the course homepage if there is a problem.

    Discussion posted within the Table of Contents.

    If the course instructor uses Discussions as an activity in the class, students will probably see one or more discussion forums on the page. There may also be one or more topics under each forum. As with other online forums you may have used, the forums can be sorted and filtered in a variety of way. However, students are warned about using these too carelessly. Often students think they have "lost" their post when the filter was set in a way that would "hide" their new post.

    The small menu arrows next to forum and topic names can be used to Subscribe to either the entire forum or to specific topics. This allows students to receive a notification in the top bar next to the student's name when a new post or reply has been added.

    Sample discussions presented. Start a New Thread highlighted.

    Some instructors will set dates of availability on the Discussion forums or individual topic threads. If a discussion forum or topic is supposed to be available, but not displaying correctly, there could be a mistake availability dates setting. Please check with the instructor first to ensure the dates are correct. Date restrictions may limit when items display and when posts can be made.

    After opening the topic link, choose Start a New Thread to post your response to the topic. Choose any response already posted and select Reply to respond to another student. When finished, choose Post.

    Post is highlighted.

    Discussion Grades

    The requirements for discussions vary by course. Students should refer to the course syllabus or specific instructions for each discussion topic. Contact the instructor for more specific information.

    5.12. Embed Code and Linked URLs

    Embed Code and Linked URLs

    Many assignments or discussion may require embedded or linked content. Find the Insert Stuff icon to embed or create links in your content.

    HTML editor and menu. Insert Stuff highlighted upper left.


    From the Insert Stuff window, choose Insert Link or Enter Embed Code.

    Insert Stuff window open. Insert Link and Enter Embed Code highlighted.

    Enter the code or URL and choose Next.

    Enter Embed Code open and ready for code.

    Insert Link window open and ready for URL.

    The next window will offer a preview. Choose Insert to finish. Returning to the editor will show the newly added link or video.

    Sample video embeded in HTML editor window.


    5.13. Rubric

    Discussion Rubrics

    To view the graded rubric for a discussion question, go to the NavBar and choose Class Progress.

    Class Progress highlighted on the NavBar.


    From the class progress page, scroll down to Discussions on the left side.

    Arrow pointing to Discussion in the Class Progress menu.

    Select Details of the graded item.

    Arrow pointing to Details of a graded item.


    Select the Rubric icon to open the rubric.

    Arrow pointing to the Rubric icon after choosing Details.

    5.14. Using the Classlist and Email

    Group Message

    Select Classlist from the NavBar to initiate email messages to your classmates and/or instructor. Email can be sent on an individual, groups, or to the entire class using the Classlist. Choose Email Classlist to send a class-wide message. This is the fastest easiest way to message the group in the class.

    *Please note, outside email tools and addresses will not work inside D2L. Use the D2L email and messaging tools to contact classmates and instructors.

    Classlist highlighted from the navbar. Steps highlighted to email individuals and groups.

    Individual Messages

    There are several methods to send individual messages. Classlist has a search tool which can be narrowed to Instructors or Students. Type in a name and select the user to message. The class list is at the bottom of the page. Choose the check box of the user and the Email icon. Multiple users can be selected. (Choosing the top check box will also select all class users to send a group message.) A user's name may also be selected to start an individual message.

    Search highlighted. User's checkboxes selected with Email icon highlighted.


    Email from the NavBar

    The Email icon at the top of each page is another way to message classmates and instructors in and out of the current course. Choose Email to continue.

    Email icon highlighed from top row icons. Opens submenu with email highlighted.


    The Folder List page opens. Choose Compose to start a new message. A new message page opens. To: and Subject: lines and Body are highlighted for standard content. This page also has familiar formatting tools and Attachment options. Choose Send when finished composing the message.

    Folder List window opens with Compose highlighted. Arrow points to Compose New Message as described in text.

    5.15. Smarthinking Virtual Tutoring

    Smarthinking Virtual Tutoring

    Smarthinking offers TN eCampus students a free resource. Students receive tutoring help with on-demand, individual instruction and support from expert tutors across a wide variety of subjects—up to 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

    Tutors

    Tutors focus on the unique needs of each student. Tutors and students work together using Smarthinking's interactive whiteboard in an encouraging and collaborative learning environment. After using Smarthinking, students usually earn higher grades, pass their classes and continue their studies.  

    Many instructors consider Smarthinking as their "virtual teaching assistant" by offering academic support when they can't --- after school, at night or on the weekend.  Online student tutoring is available in numerous subjects via the Smarthinking service. 

    For more information on the resources offered and the subjects covered, go to Smarthinking Virtual Tutoring new window.

    Access Smarthinking

    • Log into a course by going to: gotoclass.tnecampus.org new window.
    • From the course homepage, select Smarthinking under Course Resources on the right-hand menu shown. (Not the Smarthinking Tutorial!)

    Smarthinking highlighted from Course Resources.

    • If necessary, follow the System Check requirements to have the best Smarthinking experience.
    • Select Click Here to Continue.
    • Select the section you want to access. (Be sure you have reviewed the tutorials provided first).



    Tutorial Videos

    5.16. TurnItIn

    Turnitin

    Turnitin provides instructors with the tools to prevent plagiarism, engage students in the writing process, and provide personalized feedback. This tool is available for instructor selected assignments, with two major functions.

    • Turnitin is set up by your instructor to monitor student work and prevent plagiarism, and
    • Turnitin can be used by students to help them write more effectively. Using the similarity report to compare their submission also ensures the originality of the submission.

    To access Turnitin from Brightspace (D2L) and view the similarity report for a submission, select Assignments from the NavBar on a course homepage.

    Assignments highlighted from the navbar.

    The Assignments page will open. Select a submission by clicking the link to the submission in the Feedback column.

    Dropbox on the dropbox page with an arrow pointing to the submission link.

    Open Turnitin Feedback Studio by selecting the Turnitin Similarity bar.


    Submission history page for a dropbox with an arrow pointing to the similarity report bar.

    Turnitin Documentation

    Please refer to the TurnItIn documentation below for detailed information on using Feedback Studio, the Similarity Report, and Peermark. Users may view the entire list of resources or choose a specific topic.


    6. Course Communication

    6.1. Communication Expectations

    What Students Can Expect

    • Instructors will follow up to messages and calls typically within 48 hours.
    • Instructors will evaluate and post grades for assignments, discussions, quizzes and exams typically within 2 weeks.
    • Instructors may communicate directly by message but most course communication is posted in Announcements, course assignments, or group messages.

    What Is Expected of Students

    • Regularly participate in all aspects of the course
    • Frequently check the course calendar, email, and announcements for changes
    • Use student resources like Student Liaisons, Smarthinking Virtual Tutoring, and the Virtual Library
    • Communicate with the instructor promptly for any concerns

    Remember to:

    • Make sure to check the Announcement on your course homepage for group communication from your instructor
    • Make sure to send email from your Brightspace (D2L) email account to the instructor. You can do this by going to the Classlist on the NavBar and choosing the instructors name to open a new message window.
    • It is strongly recommended that all student/instructor communication occur in the Brightspace (D2L) learning environment and not via outside email.

    If you have called or emailed and still have difficulty reaching your instructor, then contact the Help Desk Opens in new window or TN eCampus Student Liaison Opens in new window.


    6.2. Announcements and Course News

    Announcements


    The Announcements section on your course homepage is very important! 



    The instructor's contact information is located along with time sensitive announcements. Students are encouraged to keep the Announcements section expanded and checked frequently. Collapsing the announcements section will hide messages from the instructor. Students could miss important information on assignments or assessments.

    Announcments menu highlighted on homepage.

    Only the instructor can create announcement items. If a student wants to share something with the entire class, use a discussion board to post a message or send an email to the class.

    6.3. Cousrse Email System

    Cousrse Email System

    D2L provides a means of communication by email within the course, but this is a closed email system. That means students and teachers cannot send messages to or from external sites, such as Yahoo, Gmail or Outlook. Students and teachers are encouraged to communicate within the course structure to streamline response and follow up needs.

    Email Inside the Course

    A direct link to your Brightspace (D2L) email is provided at the top of your course homepage located on the minibar. Select the Email link from the drop down menu that is displayed.


    Email icon selected on the minibar opens a menu with another email icon linking to the page. 
     


    Use the compose button to start a new message or select message to read from the list.

    Compose and sample message highlighted.


    Message to Classlist

    Messages can easily be sent to individuals or the entire classlist. See this information in Classlist same frame Knowledge page.


    Email Settings

    Choose Settings on your email landing page to select a variety of options. All of the options are checked by default, but easily customized. It is highly recommended that students keep the first two options checked. This provides a record of prior replies and messages sent. These saved messages can be a handy reference of instructions and communication. The other options are more of a preference.


    6.4. Email Troubleshooting

    Email Troubleshooting

    Trouble receiving emails inside your D2L course? Check these pointers.

    • Check the email filter is set to show All Messages.
    • Check the Inbox is highlighted over another folder.
    • Check with the sender to make sure the sender is emailing you from within the Brightspace (D2L) learning environment. 

    Please contact the TN eCampus Help Desk  new window or call (866) 895-8429. You may also choose Link to LiveChat tech support.Opens in new window for assistance.



    7. Troubleshooting Tips

    7.1. Check Your Browser

    Check Browsers

    To view all of the course materials provided in a course, make sure the browser settings will allow it.

    Firefox

    Locate the shield icon in the left hand area of the address bar. Select the shield icon and locate the Keep Blocking menu.

    Scroll down the menu and select Disable protection on This Page. The page should immediately refresh and the course material should display.



    Chrome

    Look for the shield icon on the right side of the address bar.


    Select Load Unsafe Script. The page should immediately refresh and the course material should display.

    Internet Explorer

    *Please note, Internet Explorer (IE) and Edge are not recommended due to some compatibility issues.

    Check near the bottom of the screen. If there is a button for Show All Content, select it. The page should immediately refresh and the course material should display.


    7.2. Working with Java in OSX

    Working with Java in OSX 

    Download the latest version of Java here:  How do I update Java for my Mac? Opens in new window




    Open System Preferences and locate Java preferences.



    Adjust Preferences

    1. Launch Java preferences (another window will open).
    2. Go to the Security tab
    3. Change security settings to no lower than High.

    Edit site list to add https://gotoclass.tnecampus.org. Select Apply and then OK.

     


    Next Steps

    Back in the course, you may still be prompted to allow Java to run. When prompted, choose Run. Continue to check your system settings for JAVA updates.


    7.3. Enable Flash in Chrome

    Flash and Course Videos

    Some course videos require the Flash plugin enabled to work properly. The setup varies a bit from one browser to another. Follow the steps below to enable Flash in the Chrome browser.

    Steps

    Navigate to the menu button on the top right side of the Chrome window. The menu button is represented by three stacked dots. Choose Settings from the menu list.

    Menu icon highlighted. Settings selected.


    From the Settings page, scroll to the bottom and choose Advanced.

    Settings page with dotted arrow pointing to scroll down to Advanced.


    From the Advanced page, choose Content Settings.

    Content Settings highlighted on the Settings page.


    Choose Add to allow a URL to use Flash.

    Add button highlighted under Flash.


    Enter gotoclass.tnecampu.org under Site for TN eCampus courses. Choose Add to finish.

    gotoclass.tnecampus.org added to field. Add highlighted.


    The refreshed page will show gotoclass.tnecampus.org added to the Allow list.

    gotoclass confirmed on refreshed page.


    7.4. Enable Flash in Firefox

    Flash and Course Videos

    Some course videos require the Flash plugin enabled to work properly. The setup varies a bit from one browser to another. Follow the steps below to enable Flash in the Firefox browser.

    Steps

    Select Preferences from the menu bar (three horizontal lines) in Firefox. Choose Add-ons from the Preferences menu.

    Menu (three stacked bars)  and Add-ons highlighted.


    The Add-ons page will open. Choose Plugins.

    Plugins highlighted.


    Find Shockwave Flash in the list and select Always Activate from the menu choices. This will enable Flash for Firefox and allow videos to play in the browser.

    Shockwave Flash and Always Active highlighted.



    8. Publisher Resources

    8.1. BryteWave Reader

    The BryteWave Reader 

    Some digital textbooks can easily be accessed from within a single account at BryteWave.com new window. To begin, purchase an access code from the TN eCampus VirtualBookstore new window. Install BryteWave Reader software. From your reader account, you may be able to access a whole collection of digital textbooks. Check with the TN eCampus bookstore to confirm whether or not your textbook requires BryteWave reader.

    Use the Brytewave Digital Reader

    After locating the textbook in the virtual Bookstore, select the Provider (Cengage, McGraw-Hill, etc.) link at the Digitaloption. A small pop up window will appear.Check your textbook information, and then select the Brytewave.com link under the section "Activating Your Digital Textbooks."

    Title: ROCC Virtual Bookstore example textbook listing - Description: ML SSD:Users:jknott:Documents:Training:how to use brytewave:1-select from bookstore.png

    At the brytewave.com Web site, select BryteWave Reader from the navigation. 

    Title: Location of the Brytewave Web link within the textbook listing - Description: ML SSD:Users:jknott:Documents:Training:how to use brytewave:2-go to site.png

    At the brytewave.com Web site, select BryteWave Reader from the navigation.

    Title: Location of the Brytewave Reader navigation link on the Brytewave Web site  - Description: ML SSD:Users:jknott:Documents:Training:how to use brytewave:3-select reader.png

    Select Create an Account from underneath the login button.

    Title: Create account link at the Brytewave Reader Web page - Description: ML SSD:Users:jknott:Documents:Training:how to use brytewave:4-create account.png

    Complete the registration form. You may opt not to receive marketing e-mail.

    *Please note, password must be no longer than ten characters.

    Title: Account fields on the Brytewave Reader Web page - Description: ML SSD:Users:jknott:Documents:Training:how to use brytewave:5-complete form.png

    You will receive an e-mail with an activation link. Select the link to activate your account. 

    Title: Email received after creating Brytewwave account showing activation link - Description: ML SSD:Users:jknott:Documents:Training:how to use brytewave:6-activate-account.png

    At the site prompt, enter the username and password from the confirmation e-mail and choose Enter.

    Title: Log in button at the Brytewave Reader Web site - Description: ML SSD:Users:jknott:Documents:Training:how to use brytewave:7-log in.png

    At the reader.brytewave.com new window Library page, enter the access code purchased from the TN eCampus Bookstore.

    *Please note, this code is sent to your e-mail address in a separate message not from BryteWave.com.

    Title: Authorization code field on the Brytewave Reader library page - Description: ML SSD:Users:jknott:Documents:Training:how to use brytewave:8-enter access code.png

    You may continue to add digital textbooks to your BryteWave Reader account as needed. If you need further assistance, contact the TN eCampus Help Desk new window.

    8.2. Cengage MindTap

    Many TN eCampus courses use Cengage MindTap for eBook access and assignments. Students access this tool inside the course. The links below will open the respective guides to assist with the registration process and provide instructions for navigating the MindTap site.

    For technical problems within the MindTap system, please contact Cengage Support Opens in new window.

    8.3. McGraw-Hill Connect Access

    Connecting to Text Materials

    After selecting the link to McGraw-Hill Connect from within this course:

    • Students may be prompted to answer if they are new to Connect.
    • Students may be prompted to enter your access information for a Connect account. 

    Choose Connect to begin.

    After connecting to the book, enter the code provided by the bookstore.

    After completing the above, a student have direct access to the Connect text. For more information, please see the McGraw-Hill Connect Student Guide attached to the bottom of this page.

    Support

    For technical support for texts purchased from the TN eCampus Virtual Bookstore, contact the TN eCampus Help Desk Opens in new window.

    TN eCampus course materials are custom materials only available via the TN eCampus Virtual Bookstore Opens in new window. If a student has purchased a textbook from another vendor, the code provided will not work for TN eCampus courses.

    8.4. Pearson eText

    Getting Started

    Before registering or accessing any Pearson products, please check and verify web browser settings by visiting the corresponding website. Please read the requirements for each browser.

    Gaining Access

    There are two ways that the Pearson eText may be embedded into your course:

    1. Integrated Model access the eText from a link in the Content area of your course.
    2. MyLab and Mastering widget access the eText via a widget on the course homepage.

    Integrated Model

    Review the Steps for Accessing the Online Materials document in the course. Check the Getting Started or the How to access Pearson Mastering document in the Start Here! module of the course. Then, open the link to Pearson eText.


    Screenshot showing the Steps for Accessing Online Materials and Link to Pearson eText documents in the content area of a course.

    The page that opens will contain a link similar to the one shown in the image below. Select the link to open the Pearson Product Selection page.

    Image showing the Link to Pearson eText page.

    An End User License and Privacy Agreement statement similar to the one below will be displayed. Scroll to the bottom of the page and choose I Agree.

    End user and privacy license agreement

    On the Pearson Product Selection page, the option to enter your Access Code or Buy Now. It is highly recommended in order to avoid problems and errors students only purchase access codes from the TN eCampus Virtual Bookstore Opens in new window. If materials are purchased through any other means, TN eCampus is unable to resolve problems with other vendors.

    Image displays the Pearson Product Selection page.
    The page will advance and prompt for the access code. Choose Next to complete the registration.

    Product selection page prompting the student to enter the access code.

    Access your eText via the MyLabs & Master Widget

    Choose the Pearson's MyLab and Mastering link located in the top left of the course homepage.
    Pearson MyLab and Mastering link located on the course homepage.

    A message, "Application Pearson's MyLab and Mastering v1.0 by Pearson's MyLab and Mastering is trying to access your information. Would you like to proceed?" will be displayed. Check Do not ask me again for this application and select Continue.

    Image of the information access notification

    Then select the link on the Pearson page to your course. Once you've selected the course, complete steps 3 through 5 of the integrated model instructions (above) to gain access to the online materials.

    Pearson Tutorial Video

    9. Proctoring

    9.1. Proctoring Overview

    Overview

     
    Test and exam dates are set for each course at the beginning of the semester and should be included in the syllabus. Students are responsible for scheduling proctoring arrangements well in advance of the exam as proctoring appointment times do fill up. Proctoring is available at campus-based test centers and other alternative sites throughout the state.

    TN eCampus provides ProctorU as an option for learners who have difficulty locating a suitable time or physical testing site. Instructors must be notified of the student’s proctoring preference. If students will be using ProctorU or alternative sites, students must allow time for instructors to upload testing materials.


    Resources Specifically for Students

    Proctoring Information for Students (new window)


    Academic Honesty

    All TN eCampus courses are expected to promote high standards for honesty and integrity. Academic honesty conduct violations include, but are not limited to:

    • An attempt by one or more students to use unauthorized information in the taking of an exam, to submit as one's own work, themes, reports, drawings, laboratory notes, computer programs
    • Products prepared by another person or to knowingly assist another student in obtaining or using unauthorized materials.
    • Plagiarism, cheating and other forms of academic dishonesty are prohibited.
    • Academic Self-Plagiarism, also known as, “double dipping,” occurs when a student submits a whole paper or a substantial portion of a paper to fulfill a course requirement, even though that paper had been submitted earlier to satisfy the requirements for another course taught by a different professor without consent from both professors.
    • Additionally, students guilty of academic misconduct, either directly or indirectly, are immediately responsible to their instructor and institution for possible disciplinary sanctions, failing grades or failing the course.

    Read more about Academic Honesty (new window) and the TBR policy (new window).




    9.2. Proctoring for Students

    Student Information

    Students are responsible for identifying an appropriate proctor and making arrangements for taking an exam according to specific guidelines.

    Students must inform instructors of their proctoring choice. If needed, instructors will provide any needed documents to the proctoring site.

    The following links have detailed information:

    Finding a TBR site or using ProctorU are the most preferred methods.  Please explore proctoring options well in advance. Instructors must be given time to to make preparations for each proctoring option used by the students.


    Have more proctoring questions?

    You can contact the Help Desk at https://tnecampus.helpspot.com/ (new window)

     

    Courses with Proctoring Requirements

    The course list shown below has previously required proctored exams. This list is for reference purposes only and may have changed. 

    ASTR 1030:  Astronomy and Lab
    BIOL 1010:  Biology I & Lab
    BIOL 1020:  Biology II & Lab
    BIOL 1430:  Nutrition
    BIOL 2010:  Human Anatomy and Physiology I
    BIOL2020:  Human Anatomy & Physiology II
    BIOL 2230:  Introduction to Microbiology with Lab
    BIOL 3100:  Genetics
    BUS 1050:  Legal Issues for the Web
    CHEM 1010:  Introduction to Chemistry I and Lab
    CHEM 1040:  General Chemistry
    COM 1000:  Beginning HTML
    CRMJ 1020:  Introduction to Legal Process
    CSCI 3222:  Database Management Systems
    ENGL 0810:  Writing Learning Support A
    ENGL 2120:  American Literature II
    ESC 1110:  Introduction to Environmental Studies I
    ESC 1120:  Introduction to Environmental Studies II
    FREN 1010:  Beginning French I
    FREN 1020:  Beginning French II
    HIT 1120:  Fundamentals of Disease Processes
    HIT 2111:  Management and Supervision in Health Information
    HSC 190:  Introduction to Human Pathophysiology
    HUM 1010:  Introduction to Humanities I
    HUM 1020:  Introduction to Humanities II
    MATH 0810:  Math Learning Support A
    MATH 0820:  Math Learning Support B
    MATH 0830:  Math Learning Support C
    MATH 1005:  Algebra Essentials
    MATH 1010:  Mathematics for Liberal Arts
    MATH 1130:  College Algebra
    MATH 1530:  Probability/Statistics (non-calculus)
    MATH 1630:  Finite Mathematics
    MATH 1710:  Pre-calculus I
    MATH 1720:  Pre-calculus II (Trigonometry)
    MATH 1830:  Intuitive Calculus
    MATH 1920:  Calculus II
    MATH 2110:  Analytical Calculus & Geometry III
    MGMT 4800:  Corporate Etiquette
    PHIL 2430:  Philosophy of Religion
    PHYS 1030:  Concepts of Physics and Lab
    PHYS 2010:  General Physics I with Lab
    PHYS 2020:  General Physics II with Lab
    PHYS 2110:  Physics I with Lab
    PHYS 2120:  Physics II with Lab
    POLI 4350:  International Law
    READ 0810:  Reading Learning Support A
    SOAA 3350:  Social Statistics
    SOAA 3444:  Data Analysis
    SPAN 2010:  Intermediate Spanish I
    SPAN 2020:  Intermediate Spanish II


    9.3. TBR Site Proctors

    Steps for Obtaining a Proctor at a TBR Testing Site

    Step 1: Choose any Board of Regents institution from the list of TBR Proctor Sites (new window).

    Step 2: Select your testing site from the TBR Proctor Sites link in Step 1. Follow the directions provided by the testing center for obtaining a proctor at the location you have selected. Some testing sites require you to schedule your appointments online, while others may specify telephone or email as their preferred method for scheduling proctored exams. If email is the preferred method for scheduling, please provide the following information in your email:

    • Your name
    • Email address
    • Phone number
    • Instructor's name
    • Instructor's email (outside of D2L)
    • Instructor's phone number
    • Course name
    • Course number
    • Semester and year
    • Date and time proctor appointment is needed

    Note: Call the proctor if you do not get a timely response by email.

    Step 3: If your proctor is located at a TBR testing center, all pertinent information will be updated on a secure website.


    9.4. Alternate Site Proctors

    Steps for Obtaining a Proctor at an Alternative Testing Site

    Step 1: If you cannot make proctoring arrangements at a TBR institution, work with your instructor to find a proctor at another location.  

    The following individuals are typically accepted as alternative proctors:
    • School or public librarian
    • Embassy education officer
    • Military base / station education officer
    • Overseas (military) non-commissioned officer in charge 
    • TBR institution testing center staff
    • Professional testing center personnel
    • School / college counselors
    Individuals not allowed to proctor include:
    • Relative
    • Employer or supervisor
    • Tutor
    • Church leader
    • Co-worker
    • Other students
    • Athletic coach
    • Spouse or partner

    Step 2: Obtain approval from your instructor in a timely manner. All alternate testing site proctors must be approved prior to testing.

    Step 3: Email your alternate testing site and request a proctor. Send the following information:

    • Your name
    • Email address
    • Instructor’s name
    • Instructor’s email address (outside of D2L)
    • Instructor’s phone number
    • Course name
    • Course number
    • Semester and year
    • Date and time proctor appointment is needed

    Note: Call the proctor, if you do not get a timely response by email. 

    Step 4: Ask the proctor at the alternative site to send an email message directly to your instructor. The message should include the following information:

    • Proctor name
    • Title
    • Place of employment
    • Email address
    • Phone number
    • Student name
    • Course name
    • Course number

    Step 5: Your instructor will notify you when your proctor has made contact. Your instructor will reply to your proctor and send directions, materials, passwords, etc., for your proctored examination or essay. Students are responsible for setting up a time to meet with your proctor.

    Step 6: All proctors must be approved by the course instructor in a timely manner prior to the test.

    9.5. Proctor Through ProctorU

    Using ProctorU

    ProctorU is available at no charge to all students enrolled in TN eCampus courses. ProctorU gives students flexibility in where they take their exam. This online service connects you to a live proctor via a webcam. The proctor will walk you through the exam process and provide assistance if you run into any service problems.


    Getting started with ProctorU is easy.

    Step 1: ProctorU recommends just about any camera that can be purchased at your local electronics retailer. Web cams must have a microphone for you to communicate with your proctor. (Contact your instructor if you need assistance acquiring a webcam or headphones.)

    Step 2: Check the Pre-Exam Checklist new window to make sure your computer and web cam meet the requirements. 

    Step 3: Create an account new window and schedule your exam. Be sure to provide a valid email address and a phone number where you can be reached when you are taking the exam.

    (See a detailed description of creating an account and setting up an exam.)  

    Step 4: Schedule your exam in advance of the testing date. Students are encouraged to schedule their exam at least 72 hours prior to the date they plan to take the exam in order to avoid a scheduling accommodation fee.

    Step 5: At the time of your exam, please return to http://go.proctoru.com new window and log in.

    • Test in a well-lit, quiet and private room.
    • Have your photo ID ready.
    • Bring a reflective surface such as a mirror. This helps you show the edges of your monitor to your proctor.


    Getting Started Video



    Creating an Account

    Create an account new window opens a detailed form.



    Enter "TN" in the Institution field or search alphabetically and choose TN eCampus. All fields with an asterisks are required.



    Continue filling in the requested information.



    (Read the Terms & Conditions.) Check the agreement check box and choose Create Account.



    The homepage opens. Choose Test Your Equipment if not done in a previous step. Continue to Schedule New Session ahead of the exam period.



    Complete the Institution and Term and search for the exam. Entering the subject, part of the course name, or section number. This will present a list of exams. You may have to scroll through if there are a large number of pending exams.




    Choose your preferred date, time (am/pm). Available slots will be presented on the left side. Choose Select for your preferred option. Choose Need Help if you need additional help.

    10. TN eCampus Courses

    10.1. Spring 2019 TN eCampus Courses


    Rubric and Number

    Course Title

    Department

    ACCT1010R50 Principles of Accounting I ACCT: Accounting 
    ACCT1020R50 Principles of Accounting II ACCT: Accounting 
    ACCT2321R50 Intermediate Accounting I ACCT: Accounting 
    ACCT2341R50 Cost Accounting ACCT: Accounting 
    ACCT2382R50 Accounting Systems Applications ACCT: Accounting 
    ADMN1308R50 Office Procedures ADMN: Administration
    ADMN1309R50 Records Management ADMN: Administration
    ADMN2375R50 Career Development and Planning ADMN: Administration
    AGRI1010R50 Introduction to Agribusiness AGRI: Agriculture 
    AGRI1020R50 Introduction to Animal Science AGRI: Agriculture 
    AGRI1030R50 Introduction to Plant Science AGRI: Agriculture 
    AGRI1050R50 Introduction to Soil Science AGRI: Agriculture 
    ALH_1000R50 Careers in Healthcare ALH: Allied Health 
    ANTH1230R50 Intro to Cultural Anthropology ANTH: Anthropology
    ANTH1430R50 Intro Prehistoric Archaeology ANTH: Anthropology
    ART_1035R50 Introduction to Art ART: Art 
    ART_2000R50 Art History Survey I ART: Art 
    ART_2020R50 Art History Survey II ART: Art 
    ASTL5709R50 Action Research ASTL: Teaching & Learning 
    ASTL5723R50 Understand & Implement Practices in Teach Lit II ASTL: Teaching & Learning 
    ASTL5729R50 Remediation of Literacy Problems K-8 ASTL: Teaching & Learning 
    ASTR1030R50 Survey of Astronomy with Lab ASTR: Astronomy 
    BIOL1010R50 Introduction to Biology with Lab BIOL: Biology 
    BIOL1020R50 Diversity of Life with Lab BIOL: Biology 
    BIOL1430R50 Nutrition BIOL: Biology 
    BIOL1510R50 Environmental Science I BIOL: Biology 
    BIOL1520R50 Environmental Science II BIOL: Biology 
    BIOL2010R01 Human Anatomy and Physiology I with Lab BIOL: Biology 
    BIOL2010R50 Human Anatomy and Physiology I with Lab BIOL: Biology 
    BIOL2020R25 Human Anatomy and Physiology II with Lab BIOL: Biology 
    BIOL2020R50 Human Anatomy and Physiology II with Lab BIOL: Biology 
    BIOL2230R25 Introduction to Microbiology with Lab BIOL: Biology 
    BIOL2230R50 Introduction to Microbiology with Lab BIOL: Biology 
    BIOL3100R50 Genetics BIOL: Biology 
    BIOL3120R50 General Ecology BIOL: Biology 
    BMGT3600R50 International Management BMGT: Business Management 
    BMGT3630R50 Human Resources Management BMGT: Business Management 
    BUSN1300R01 Personal Finance BUSN: Business 
    BUSN1300R50 Personal Finance BUSN: Business 
    BUSN1301R50 Legal Issues for the Web BUSN: Business 
    BUSN1305R50 Introduction to Business BUSN: Business 
    BUSN1310R50 Business Communications BUSN: Business 
    BUSN1340R50 Small Business Management BUSN: Business 
    BUSN1350R50 Sales and Service BUSN: Business 
    BUSN1370R50 Spreadsheet Applications BUSN: Business 
    BUSN2320R50 Business Finance BUSN: Business 
    BUSN2340R50 Human Resource Management BUSN: Business 
    BUSN2350R50 Organizational Behavior BUSN: Business 
    BUSN2360R50 International Business BUSN: Business 
    BUSN2370R50 Legal Environments of Business BUSN: Business 
    BUSN2380R25 Principles of Marketing BUSN: Business 
    BUSN2380R50 Principles of Marketing BUSN: Business 
    BUSN2450R50 E-Commerce BUSN: Business 
    CHEM1010R50 Introductory Chemistry I with Lab CHEM: Chemistry 
    CHEM1020R50 Introductory Chemistry II with Lab CHEM: Chemistry 
    CHEM1040R50 Introduction to General Chemistry CHEM: Chemistry 
    CISP1010R50 Computer Science I CISP: Computer Information Systems 
    CITC1300R50 Beginning HTML and CSS CITC: Computer Information Technology Curriculum
    CITC1302R01 Introduction to Networking CITC: Computer Information Technology Curriculum
    CITC1302R50 Introduction to Networking CITC: Computer Information Technology Curriculum
    CITC1303R50 Database Concepts CITC: Computer Information Technology Curriculum
    CITC1310R50 Programming I CITC: Computer Information Technology Curriculum
    CITC1311R50 Programming II CITC: Computer Information Technology Curriculum
    CITC1313R50 .NET Programming CITC: Computer Information Technology Curriculum
    CITC1318R50 Data Structures CITC: Computer Information Technology Curriculum
    CITC1320R50 A+ Hardware & Software CITC: Computer Information Technology Curriculum
    CITC1322R50 A+ Software CITC: Computer Information Technology Curriculum
    CITC1330R50 Microsoft Desktop Operating Systems CITC: Computer Information Technology Curriculum
    CITC1333R50 Linux LPIC-1 CITC: Computer Information Technology Curriculum
    CITC1360R50 Computer Graphics & Animation CITC: Computer Information Technology Curriculum
    CITC2320R50 Windows Server Administration CITC: Computer Information Technology Curriculum
    CITC2326R50 Network Security CITC: Computer Information Technology Curriculum
    CJA_3230R50 Police Organizations and Administration CJA: Criminal Justice Administration 
    COBH4707R50 International Health:Problems/Issues Community and Behavioral Health 
    COL_101_R50 Orientation COL: College Studies 
    COM_1010R50 Basic Web Design COM: Communications 
    COM_1020R50 Basic Web Graphics COM: Communications 
    COMM1010R01 Introduction to Mass Communications COMM: Communications 
    COMM1010R50 Introduction to Mass Communications COMM: Communications 
    COMM2025R50 Fundamentals of Communication COMM: Communications 
    COMM3003R50 Television and Culture COMM: Communications 
    COMM3010R50 Integrated Corporate Communication COMM: Communications 
    COMM3560R50 Intercultural Communication COMM: Communications 
    COMM4410R50 Conflict Resolution and Negotiation COMM: Communications 
    COMM4910R50 Public Relations Campaigns COMM: Communications 
    COMM5110R50 Leadership and Communication COMM: Communications 
    COMP3050R50 Programming Languages COMP: Computer Science 
    CRMJ1010R01 Introduction to Criminal Justice Administration CRMJ: Criminal Justice 
    CRMJ1010R50 Introduction to Criminal Justice Administration CRMJ: Criminal Justice 
    CRMJ1020R25 Introduction to Legal Process CRMJ: Criminal Justice 
    CRMJ1020R50 Introduction to Legal Process CRMJ: Criminal Justice 
    CRMJ1301R50 Correctional Counseling CRMJ: Criminal Justice 
    CRMJ1311R50 Criminal Law CRMJ: Criminal Justice 
    CRMJ1322R50 Police Administration and Organization CRMJ: Criminal Justice 
    CRMJ1330R50 Criminal Evidence and Procedures CRMJ: Criminal Justice 
    CRMJ1340R50 Criminal Investigation CRMJ: Criminal Justice 
    CRMJ1350R50 Criminal Justice Career Planning CRMJ: Criminal Justice 
    CRMJ1355R50 Understanding Terrorism CRMJ: Criminal Justice 
    CRMJ1360R50 Introduction to Crime Scene Investigation CRMJ: Criminal Justice 
    CRMJ2010R50 Introduction to Law Enforcement CRMJ: Criminal Justice 
    CRMJ2020R01 Introduction to Corrections CRMJ: Criminal Justice 
    CRMJ2020R50 Introduction to Corrections CRMJ: Criminal Justice 
    CRMJ2050R50 Introduction to Cyber Security CRMJ: Criminal Justice 
    CRMJ2311R50 Juvenile Justice CRMJ: Criminal Justice 
    CRMJ2312R50 Criminology CRMJ: Criminal Justice 
    CRMJ2332R50 Drug Identification and Effects CRMJ: Criminal Justice 
    CRMJ2340R50 Investigative Report Writing CRMJ: Criminal Justice 
    CRMJ2359R50 Correctional Security Administration CRMJ: Criminal Justice 
    CRMJ2390R50 Probation and Parole CRMJ: Criminal Justice 
    CSCI3222R50 Database Management Systems CSCI: Computer Science 
    CSCI4017R50 Introduction to Information Assurance CSCI: Computer Science 
    CSCI5017R50 Introduction to Information Assurance CSCI: Computer Science 
    ECED1310R50 Introduction to Early Childhood Education ECED: Early Childhood Education 
    ECED2310R50 Safe and Healthy Learning Environments ECED: Early Childhood Education 
    ECED2312R50 Administration of Child Care Centers ECED: Early Childhood Education 
    ECED2315R50 Early Childhood Curriculum ECED: Early Childhood Education 
    ECED2320R50 Infant/Toddler Child Development ECED: Early Childhood Education 
    ECED2330R50 Infant/Toddler Care ECED: Early Childhood Education 
    ECED2340R50 Family Dynamics & Community Involvement ECED: Early Childhood Education 
    ECED2360R50 Development of Exceptional Children ECED: Early Childhood Education 
    ECED2370R50 Developmental Assessment Methods ECED: Early Childhood Education 
    ECED2380R50 Language & Literacy In Early Childhood ECED: Early Childhood Education 
    ECED2385R50 Math and Science in Early Childhood ECED: Early Childhood Education 
    ECED2390R50 Creative Development ECED: Early Childhood Education 
    ECON2100R50 Macroeconomics ECON: Economics 
    ECON2200R50 Microeconomics ECON: Economics 
    EDAD5050R50 Educational Law EDAD: Educational Administration 
    EDCI4900R50 Multicultural Education EDCI: Curriculum & Instruction 
    EDU_1100R01 Technology for Teachers EDU: Education 
    EDU_1100R25 Technology for Teachers EDU: Education 
    EDU_1100R50 Technology for Teachers EDU: Education 
    EDU_1120R50 Introduction to Teaching EDU: Education 
    EDU_201_R50 Foundations of Education EDU: Education 
    EDU_2050R50 Classroom Management EDU: Education 
    EDU_250_R50 Instructional Technology in Education EDU: Education 
    EDUC2120R50 Introduction to Special Education EDUC: Education 
    EDUC2210R50 Educational Psychology EDUC: Education 
    ELED4260R50 Teaching/Learning for Internet ELED: Elementary Education 
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