Office of e-Learning

Fully Online Courses

Graph of the growth in online courses since Fall 2012.
Figure 1: Number of fully online courses since Fall 2012. There has been an increase of 174 fully online courses between the Fall 2016 and Fall 2017 semesters.



Online Delivery Method

Number of asyncronous vs. synchronous courses since Fall 2013
Figure 3: Number of asynchronous versus synchronous courses since Fall 2013. There has been a gain of 13 synchronous courses and a growth of 161 asynchronous courses since Fall 2016.



Banner coded courses

Instructional Method Offering Banner Code Spring 2013 Fall 2013 Spring 2014 Fall 2014 Spring 2015 Fall 2015 Spring 2016 Fall 2016 Spring 2017
Interactive real time video INHWY 4 9 3 5 13 11 6 4 8
Fully Online - asynchronous OLASY 312 357 350 366 422 470 518 535 568
Fully Online - synchronous OLSYN 28 33 39 51 34 47 45 52 50
<50% Web-based with class meeting W<50 177 168 121 153 147 159 92 86 108
>50% Web-based with class meeting W>50 29 113 44 92 75 105 120 164 86
Web-based with class meetings WEBE 72 18 26 NA NA
Table 1. The number of total online courses for Fall 2016 represent 13.3% of total courses. Total number of courses offered are 4398.
Instructional Method Offering Banner Code Summer 2013 sections Summer 2014 sections Summer 2015 sections Summer 2016 sections Summer 2017
Interactive real time video INHWY 1 N/A 4 1 4
Fully Online - asynchronous OLASY 255 329 445 516 699
Fully Online - synchronous OLSYN 16 13 19 16 12
Non-web based at remote site REMOTE 17 4 7 12 9
<50% Web-based with class meeting W<50 12 2 12 43 13
>50% Web-based with class meeting W>50 18 22 23 1 37
Web-based with class meetings WEBE 7 16 N/A N/A
Table 2. The number of total online courses for Summer 2016 represent 32% of total courses. Total number of courses offered are 1668.