What Online Learning options are available to Middle Georgia State University students?
Online Learning opportunities include:
- eCore Middle Georgia State is an affiliate institution in
the University System of Georgia’s online core curriculum program known as eCore.
The eCore program allows students to take core curriculum courses—those generally
completed in the freshman and sophomore years—in an online environment. For more information about
eCore at Middle Georgia State click here
- eCampus Middle Georgia State University is proud to partner with the University System of Georgia’s eCampus service unit to offer an online Associate of Science in Information Technology degree. eCampus is a partnership with University System of Georgia public institutions to provide quality, affordable, high-demand post-secondary degrees and credentials that address the workplace needs of Georgia and beyond. eCampus programs are ideal for traditional students, working professionals, military members, and anyone looking to continue their education for a competitive advantage in today’s job market. For more information, click here
- eTuition Online degree options are expanding at Middle Georgia
State University. This has required the implementation of a Distance Learning tuition
rate that applies to all students regardless of residency status. The eTuition rate can vary according to degree options and undergraduate/graduate level. Click here for current undergraduate rates and click here for current graduate rates.
What is eCore? eCore—short for electronic core-curriculum—allows
University System of Georgia (USG) students the opportunity to complete their first
two years of their collegiate careers in an online environment. eCore courses are
taught entirely online, except for the occasional proctored exam. eCore courses
are designed, developed, taught and supported by faculty and staff from the USG
How are Online Learning classes identified in the class schedule on the MGA
website? eCore, eCampus, and eTuition classes are fully online. Fully online courses are identified as 95% to 100% online. They are delivered via technology and do not require students to travel to a classroom for instruction. eCore and eTuition are differentiated by:
- eCore The course title begins with ECORE and the Campus is O.
- eCampus The course title begins with ECAMP and the Campus is A.
- eTuition The course title begins with ONLINE and the Campus is Z.
What is the difference between Hybrid and Partially Online courses? Both of these course types fall under on-campus tuition rate.
- Hybrid Courses: These courses meet face-to-face and technology is used to deliver up to 50% of class sessions.
- Partially Online Courses: These courses are delivered more than 50% via technology, but visits to a classroom or similar site are required.
Do the 12-hour or 15-hour tuition rate caps apply to Online Learning classes?
There is no maximum tuition cap for eCore, eCampus, and eTuition. These charges are calculated separately from a student’s non-fully online schedule of classes.
Are Online Learning students exempt from any fees?
A student who is registered for only fully online classes is exempt from the activity fee, athletic fee, recreation & wellness fee and the parking fee.
All other mandatory fees apply.
Note: A student residing in on-campus housing enrolled in only fully online classes is not exempt from these fees.
Additional fees for proctored exams may apply to some online classes.