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, Half and Half classes, Online Programs at Daytona State College, Web-Enhanced, and Weekend College 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. Search for these courses and select Subsession A or B.
Courses that are delivered 100 percent online. Students access the course through the Internet via Daytona State's learning management system. Students are charged an additional fee of $20 per credit hour. Students may obtain degrees/certificates with limited or no visitation to campus. Currently, students may obtain an AA or BAS degree online. Students may also work toward many AS degree options. For course access and computer requirements, go to http://online.daytonastate.edu. To search for Online (Totally) courses, select Online (Totally) for Instructional Method, and please read "View Comments".
Courses that have some seat time and some online delivery. Seat time may vary from 25 to 75 percent 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. Depending on the percentage of online activity, students are charged an additional fee of $20.00 per course. For course access and computer requirements, go to http://online.daytonastate.edu. To search for Online (Partially) courses, select Online (Partially) for Instructional Method, and please read "View Comments".
Your instructor will explain what the requirements for these courses are.
Daytona State’s weekend courses are designed for those who only want to earn their degrees on Friday, Saturday or Sunday. To search for weekend courses, select ‘Weekend’ for class type.