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- 100% Online Courses (Asynchronous)
- Combined Online Courses (Asynchronous and Synchronous)
The College at Brockport online courses are offered by accessing the Internet. They provide flexible scheduling and learning for students who find it difficult to fit a traditional class into their schedules. Our online courses are taught and taken via the Blackboard Learning Management System (LMS). To take an online course, you need to have access to a computer with a connection to the Internet (whether at home, school or work), possess or be willing to learn basic computer skills, and have the ability to work independently and keep yourself on schedule with your studies. If you are transferring online course credits into your program of study, first obtain verification in writing with your home campus that the course credit will transfer.
- Interested in registering for an online course? Check the WinterSession '18 course schedule and look for "LRNNET SUNY" under the course location to view the 100% online course
- Learn more about our online degree programs.
Our Online Concierge is available to answer online learning questions for you at firstname.lastname@example.org or (585) 395-5734.
Featured Online Courses
PRO 308.31 (CRN 1047): Yoga for Personal Health
January 2-18, 2018, Instructor: Connie Lawrence
This is a hybrid or 100% online course with 1-synchronous meeting (for the group exercise session of the class) on 1/18/18 from 5-8 pm in room G-32 on the Brockport Campus in Lathrop Hall or via zoom (for full online students). Students will need to choose whether they will attend this course as a hybrid or fully online student by 1/7/18. The make-up date for the synchronous meeting is 1/19/18 from 5-8 pm. The didactic part of the class is completed using the Blackboard learning management system (LMS) and will include online readings, problem solving, and discussions. Students access this course via https://brockport.open.suny.edu using their assigned Brockport NetID. You must have access to a computer with Internet connection to participate in this course and are encouraged to familiarize yourself with the Blackboard LMS as soon as possible.
If you will be attending the group exercise session for this course online, your computer needs to have a camera and microphone. One can be purchased for about $20 from most stores with an electronics department. If you have questions about purchasing a camera or microphone system, please contact the Brockport IT department at 395-5151. Attendance at the synchronous session is mandatory.
Please contact Connie Lawrence at (585) 395-5732 or email@example.com for additional information.
SPN 100.11 (CRN 1106): Beginning Spanish for Health Professionals
December 18, 2017-January 19, 2018, Instructor: Ismael Souto Rumbo
This course is 100% online and is taken/completed via asynchronous course activities such as online readings, problem solving, and discussions using Blackboard. Students access this course via https://brockport.open.suny.edu using their assigned Brockport NetID. You must have access to a computer with Internet connection to participate in this course and are encouraged to familiarize yourself with the Blackboard LMS as soon as possible. NOTE: This course opens (“Goes Live”) one week prior to the start of class in order to give you an opportunity to get acquainted with the online environment and course requirements.
This course is designed to help students in alcohol and substance abuse studies, healthcare administration, athletic training, exercise science, kinesiology, physical education, sport management, nursing and consumer/public health studies to develop and improve their command of the Spanish language in four skill areas - speaking, writing, reading, and listening - and to increase their cultural awareness of the Spanish-speaking world. By the completion of this course students will be able to greet and introduce themselves, conduct basic examinations, obtain clinical information, prescribe medications, and suggest healthy practices. Students will also be able to recognize cultural differences and to interact with patients and their relatives in a culturally sensitive way.
Please contact Dr. Ismael Souto Rumbo at (585) 395-2236 or firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.
Featured On-Campus Course
HST 201.21 (CRN 1142): Ancient World Seminar
January 2-12, 2018; MTWRF, 9 am-1:30 pm
Instructor: Katherine Clark Walter
This course is an intensive-format take on the more traditional semester-long Ancient World survey. We will examine fundamental questions in the human experience such as "how do we know about feeling and emotion in the ancient world?" "How did class and gender hierarchies develop?" and "is violence an inveitable outcome of religion?" Using literature, art, archaeology, and film, we will explore some representative cultures from important developmental moments in the ancient world to learn not only about the distant past, but how structures from the past continue to inform our more recent history and even our present circumstances. The intensive, discussion-based course is well suited to a variety of formats at each meeting, including small group work and discussion and analysis of film. This course is ideal for students who are seeking Humanities and/or Other World Cultues credit (H or O) in Brockport's General Education Program, transfer students looking to get a head start on their Gen Ed or History requirements, or anyone who is interested in an interdisciplinary approach to the ancient Eurasian world and its cultural legacy today.
Please contact Dr. Katherine Clark Walter at (585) 395-2880 or email@example.com.
The Brockport Career Exploration Course (BCEC) is an internship program for undergraduate students from all disciplines. BCEC students work in paid and unpaid positions in career-related areas. The number of hours worked per term determines the number of credits earned. It is possible to earn up to 3 credits during WinterSession. For more information, contact Career Services at (585) 395-2159 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Formerly the Albany Semester Program, the Public Service Internship Program is an undergraduate internship program for students interested in the public sector (local, county, state, federal). Open to all SUNY students, the program offers a variety of paid and unpaid internships ranging from 3 to 15 credits. It is possible to earn up to 3 credits during WinterSession. Please contact Susan Orr.
For other information on internship programs and to download applications, visit us online. You must have submitted a learning agreement and be registered prior to starting at your internship site.
Study abroad is a life-changing, eye-opening experience. Students build confidence, make new friends, and challenge their assumptions of themselves and the world. The Office of International Education at The College at Brockport offers over 100 study abroad programs and internship placements for undergraduate and graduate students for credit. Semester and short term programs are available in Antarctica, Australia, Austria, Bahamas, Brazil, Chile, China, Costa Rica, Croatia, Czech Republic, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, England, France, Germany, Ghana, Greece, Haiti, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Jordan, Mexico, Morocco, The Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Scotland, South Africa, Spain, Thailand, and Vietnam.
Winter Programs are available in Antarctica, Belgium, Costa Rica, Croatia, Ecuador, France, Ghana, Greece, Italy, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Portugal, Spain, and Vietnam. Stop by our office in Dailey Hall, or contact us at (585) 395-2119 or email@example.com.