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How Flexible is the Course Schedule?

eCombination courses at Platt College are courses in which some traditional face-to-face "Seat time" has been replaced by online learning activities.  A blended (hybrid) course is designed to integrate face-to-face and online activities so that they reinforce, complement, and elaborate one another.  Platt College currently uses a 60/40 split, meaning that 60% of the course is taught face-to-face, and 40% of the course is taught online.  Around 25% of the total program incorporates eCombination.

How Do I Submit Course Work and Take Exams?

Your assignments are submitted electronically through your online classroom environment — just like you would turn them in to your instructor face-to-face. Exams may be taken face-to-face or electronically depending on how your instructor sets up the examinations in the course.

How is Attendance Recorded in eCourse or eCombination Courses?

Online Learning Courses are presented in weekly module units. The weekly attendance period begins Mondays at 12:00 am and ends on Sundays at 11:59 pm Mountain Standard Time (MST).  Absences must be reported and submitted at the end of every module to the Registrar. Attendance is taken in every face-to-face class or weekly online module session.

The purpose of learning at Platt College is to maximize student access to courses through the use of web-based delivery systems that supplement face-to-face learning. Platt College integrates the assets of the college to provide a teaching and learning environment for learners comparable to on-campus learning. 

Web-Enhanced Course

Web-enhanced (traditional face-to-face) class that uses a course management platform (My Platt College) to accompany the class. The eCompanion can function in a variety of ways, depending on the goals of the course and the desire of the faculty member to enrich his or her course. Assigned activities will vary, depending on the faculty member and the discipline. The time spent using the eCompanion does not replace any of the face-to-face teaching-learning process, but serves to augment it.

ecompanion courses
  • NSG 231 Nursing Process and Contemporary Nursing Practice
  • BIOL 223 Human Anatomy and Physiology (with lab)
  • NSG 232 Basic Principle of Patient Center Care
  • BIOL 224 Human Anatomy and Physiology II (with lab)
  • MAT 121 College Algebra
  • NSG 282 Health Assessment and Health Promotion
  • BIOL 206 Introduction to Microbiology
  • COM 210 Speech Communications
  • NSG 250 Advanced Principles of Patient Centered Care
  • NSG 290 Pharmacology
  • BIOL 300 Pathophysiology (with lab)
  • NSG 385 Nursing Care of Adults and Older Adults I
  • CHEM 121 General Chemistry (with lab)
  • NSG 386 Nursing Care of Adults and Older Adults II
  • NSG 345 Nursing Care of Families and Cultures
  • NSG 387 Nursing Care of the Pediatric Patient/Client
  • NSG 388 Nursing Care of Person with Mental Health Impairments
  • STAT 250 Introduction to Applied Statistics
  • NSG 312 Nursing Care of the Childbearing Family
  • NSG 380 Community and Population-Based Nursing
  • NSG 410 High Acuity Principles of Patient Centered Care
  • NSG 460 Research Methods for Evidence-Based Nursing Practice
  • NSG 420 High Acuity Nursing Care
  • NSG 451 Nurses As Leaders
ecombination courses
  • NSG 151 Introduction to Nursing Informatics
  • ENG 121 Reading and Writing in College I
  • NSG 452 Capstone: Transition to Professional Nursing

Blended Course

Blended Courses (eCombination) is a course, accessible through the course management platform, in which some traditional face-to-face "seat time" has been replaced by online learning activities. A blended course is designed to integrate face-to-face (60%) and online activities (40%) so that they reinforce, complement, and elaborate one another.

Online Learning Course

Online Learning Course Using Internet (eCourse) is a fully distance education course that is offered over the Internet using asynchronous and/or synchronous pedagogies.  In this type of class, there is no face-to-face meeting between instructor and students. 

ecourses courses
  • NSG 233 Nursing Care of the Aging Adult
  • NSG 249 Legal and Ethical Concerns Impacting Nursing Practice
  • NSG 348 Critical Thinking and the Nursing Process
  • BIOL 112 Nutrition in Health and Illness
  • PSY 101 Introduction to Psychology
  • PSY 151 Human Growth and Development
  • PHIL 112 Critical Thinking
  • SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology
  • HUM 101 Arts and Culture: An Introduction to Humanities
  • HS 150 U.S. History and Government

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