Math Hybrid

What is a Hybrid Course?

Hybrid courses include two parts.  One, is in-class time called face-to-face (f2f) and the second part is time spent on-line. They are not self-paced, independent work.

  • The Math Hybrid  courses are  MTH110 - Algebra, MTH122 - College Algebra, and MTH 123 - Trigonometry.
  • Each course meets once a week in a traditional classroom (f2f), while the remaining half of the  course time is spent working and communicating on-line.

Should I take a hybrid course?

There are some things to figure out about personal learning styles and self-discipline that can be helpful offered here.

Some people think its great, but it's not for everyone.  Some hybrid students have offered their thoughts.

Where can I get more information?

Contact either of these hybrid math instructors if you have additional questions.

Greg Thull  thullg@gvsu.edu   or   Bethany Welling  wellingb@gvsu.edu

Page last modified January 13, 2013