What Does Hybrid Mean Anyway?
Hybrid (or blended) courses at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette are delivered at least 50% online, with the remainder of course meetings delivered face to face. Hybrid courses bring students together only where/when needed, allowing them to engage in asynchronous (anytime / anywhere) learning otherwise.
The hybrid Master of Education in Educational Leadership program offers a flexible and convenient way for students to get the best of both worlds - engaging online course content paired with face-to-face engagement with faculty. Classes in the hybrid Master of Education in Educational Leadership program cohorts meet once a week in an alternating format. Each semester, students schedule two courses (6 hours.) One week, Course A will be taught in person, while Course B is offered in an online format. The following week, Course B is taught in person and Course A is delivered in an online format, generally on the same day each week.
This hybrid Master of Education in Educational Leadership degree program consists of 36 semester hours and the program is completed in two years in Fall, Spring and Summer terms.