To view the online and hybrid courses offered by the Texas State academic units in a specific academic semester, visit the Catsweb Schedule of Classes, search by Term and Subject, and then search by Instructional Method.
Note: To take online and hybrid courses offered by the academic units, a student must be admitted to Texas State University. Visit applytexas.org for admission information for Texas State.
A Fully Distance Education Course in the Schedule of Classes is an online course in which mandatory face-to-face sessions total no more than 15 percent of the instructional time and where 85 to 100 percent of the content is delivered online. Examples of face-to-face sessions may include orientation, laboratory, exam review, or an in-person test.
A Hybrid/Blended Course in the Schedule of Classes is a course in which at least 50 percent, but less than 85 percent, of the planned instruction occurs when the students and instructor(s) are not in the same place.
Visit the Correspondence Self-Paced Course Offerings page to view the currently available online correspondence self-paced courses. Students can enroll in a correspondence self-paced course at any time, and the nine-month enrollment period allows students to complete course work at their own pace. Enrollment in correspondence self-paced courses does not require official admission to the university. Courses are open to all those who meet departmental and course prerequisites and Texas Success Initiative Program (TSIP) requirements.
Visit the Extension Studies Courses page to learn more about online and hybrid courses available through extension. Extension courses are semester-based courses offered through the Office of Distance and Extended Learning. Enrollment in extension courses does not require official admission to the university. Courses are open to all those who meet departmental and course prerequisites and Texas Success Initiative Program (TSIP) requirements.