NCCC Expands Online Learning Options
NCCC Health Studies Program Coordinator Lynn Brochu. (Photo submitted)
Thu 16 Dec 2021 20:55 pm
Niagara County Community College addresses the growing need for flexible learning options through online degree and certificate programs, as well as HyFlex courses. He said: âThe trend towards distance learning options has accelerated during the COVID-19 pandemic and remains a solid solution for students who are unable to meet a class schedule. traditional in person. “
HyFlex is a relatively new option at NCCC, offering students the highest level of flexibility, allowing them to choose between a variety of delivery methods. Students can attend in person on campus, attend classes virtually, in real time via Zoom, or take classes 100% synchronously online. Those enrolled in HyFlex can choose their preference and change how they participate from one class reunion to another according to their needs.
A press release said: âThe advantage of the online and HyFlex options through the NCCC is that the courses are taught by faculty in accredited programs which are easily transferred to other institutions in the University of Lâs system. ‘New York State (SUNY). While students enjoy the benefits of a distance learning environment in their schedule, they can also access a wide variety of in-person resources such as tips, tutoring, and the on-campus library. they want it.
Currently, the NCCC offers 13 fully online programs and certificates, with plans for more in the future. From January 2022, Health Studies will be added to the list of online study programs.
Program Coordinator Lynn Brochu said, âThe Health Education Transfer Program prepares students for a career opportunity in community wellness programs, government health agencies, and corporate wellness, to name a few. “
Some of the courses in the program have the HyFlex option and more will be created in the next few years. Brochu also has advice for those considering HyFlex: âFor students who want face-to-face interaction, the student who is a self-employed person, and the student who prefers Zoom with online and classroom interaction, he offers the best of all student learning opportunities. “
To learn more about the e-learning options at NCCC, visit https://www.niagaracc.suny.edu/onlinelearning/.