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Daytona State College offers a variety of courses that provide flexible delivery methods and formats, and convenient meeting times. These non-traditional approaches to traditional education are designed for individuals with busy lives. Students can choose more convenient schedules such as, those offered by the seven-week courses, hybrid courses, online courses and independent study courses.

Seven-Week Courses

Daytona State's seven-week courses are designed for students who want to earn their degrees as quickly as possible. These courses are the same college credit courses that are offered during our traditional 15-week semesters, only they are condensed into seven weeks. Course start dates vary. For Seven-Week courses, select Subsession A or B.

Hybrid Courses

Hybrid courses are part lecture and part online delivery. Lecture time may vary from 30% to 79% of the hours needed to complete the course. The remaining hours devoted to the course are delivered through the Internet via Daytona State's learning management system through Falcon Online. Depending on the percentage of online activity, students are charged an additional fee per course. For course access and computer requirements, go to http://www.daytonastate.edu/online/index.html. For Hybrid courses, select 'Online and Hybrid' for Instructional Method, and read 'Section Info'.

Online Courses

Online courses are delivered 80 to100% online. Students access the course through the Internet via Daytona State's learning management system through Falcon Online. Students are charged an additional fee per credit hour. Students may obtain degrees/certificates with limited or no visitation to campus. Currently, students may obtain an AA degree and some BS degrees online. Students may also work toward many AS degree options. For course access and computer requirements, go to http://www.daytonastate.edu/online/index.html. For Online courses, select 'Online and Hybrid' for Instructional Method, and please read 'Section Info'.

Independent Study

This provides in-depth study in selected disciplines. Under special circumstances, it also may be approved for students unable to attend regularly scheduled college credit classes. Students considering this option must identify an area of study with the assistance and approval of an instructor; complete the independent study agreement outlining the project/objectives to be accomplished; and get written approval from both the department chairperson and associate vice president.