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Course Types & Terms

Hybrid Courses

Hybrid Courses

Hybrid Courses are a combination of on-campus and 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, Falcon Online.

Depending on the percentage of online activity, students are charged an additional fee per course. For more information on Hybrid class offerings, please contact Academic Advising.

Since online coursework is a major part of a Hybrid course, it is important to know if you are ready for online instruction and to understand what to expect from a Hybrid course.  The sections below will help you assess your own readiness and find out more about the experience of taking a hybrid course.

What is a Hybrid Course?