offers classes in a ten-week quarter system. Students may take classes in different
formats. The description of each class format is provided below.
Traditional Class: The class will be taught by the
professor in a campus classroom location and meet once or twice per week as a
“Fuller Live” Class: The class will be taught by the
professor in a campus classroom location, along with one or more sections at
other campuses, by live, interactive audio/video link.
Intensive Class: The class will be taught by the professor
in a classroom location in a condensed time period of one week, two weeks, five
weeks, or over several weekends. Language intensives are ten-week classes with increased
hours and units (Greek: 12 units; Hebrew: 8 units).*
Immersion Class: The class will be taught by the professor in a
designated location that is not on a main campus, and the class may
involve international travel. Immersion classes are designed to
challenge students to draw from the cultural surroundings of the course
location as well as course lectures for a uniquely comprehensive
educational experience. Immersion classes typically follow an intensive format.
Online Class: The class will be taught by the
professor in Moodle as a ten-week class. Regular student participation and
interaction is required.
Individualized Distance Learning (IDL)
Class: Audio lectures
will be provided, along with supplementary materials. Students will study
individually at their own pace within the ten-week quarter.
Hybrid Class: The class will be taught by the
professor in Moodle starting the first week of the quarter with weekly
interactive assignments. The class will then meet as an intensive on a campus later
in the quarter and will continue in Moodle for the duration of the term.*
Hybrid Plus (“Hybrid+”) Classes: Two hybrid classes are scheduled
together so that the intensive part (required for hybrids) is held on the same
campus in the same week. These classes will be scheduled on a regular rotation
with the same pairing of classes. There are a total of six Hybrid+ classes.
*Only one one-week intensive, two-week
intensive, or hybrid intensive portion may be taken during any one-week or