An online course is a series of classes, assignments, and lectures pertaining to a specific topic. It is designed to provide you with the ability to increase your knowledge and expertise about a certain subject matter. The curriculum and required coursework for online courses is typically no different from a... class taught on a college campus. In general, you should plan on dedicating about three hours each week to class time, plus extra time for participating in classroom discussions using message boards with instructors and classmates, as well as study time to work on your assignments. The duration of a course depends greatly on the school and the field of study; one course can usually be completed in a period of five to twelve weeks.
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