Online Program Services
125, Knicely Conference Center
2355 Nashville Road
Bowling Green, KY 42101
Toll Free: 888-4WKUWEB (888-495-8932)
Find Online Courses
Online courses are semester based courses taught via the Internet. The campus location for these courses is listed as "web." In order to be listed as a web course in the schedule of classes, there must be no more than two meetings required in a given semester. Most often, online courses do not require any face-to-face meetings. However, if this is a concern for you please contact the Office of Distance Learning prior to registration at firstname.lastname@example.org or 888-4WKUWEB.
Current Online Course Offerings
Past Semester Course Offerings
- Summer 2011 Web Courses
- Spring 2011 Web Courses
- Winter 2011 Web Courses
- Fall 2010 Web Courses
- Summer 2010 Web Courses
- Spring 2010 Web Courses
- Winter 2010 Web Courses
- Fall 2009 Web Courses
Independent Learning courses have open enrollment, and they are the only courses offered at WKU that do not require admission to the University prior to registration. You have a full year to complete the course and can register at anytime! Click here to see IL course offerings.
Telecourses refers to semester based courses viewed by streaming online video, DVD, VHS, or Cable TV (WKYU TV). Students complete all learning and assignments from home, but some class meetings may be required throughout the semester. To find listings visit WKU's Schedule of Classes and search campus location "Telecourse."
IVS courses refer to semester based courses broadcast to and from regional campus locations in Glasgow, Owensboro, and Elizabethtown/Radcliff/Ft. Knox. These courses provide real-time interaction between the originating site and remote classroom locations. To find listings, visit WKU’s Schedule of Classes and search by regional campus location.
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