Hybrid classes to be offered at SCC Fall 2013

April 10, 2013

Students looking for flexibility in their class schedule should consider St. Charles Community College’s Fall 2013 hybrid classes. Hybrid classes blend face-to-face meetings with online learning.

With hybrid classes, students have the opportunity to take multiple classes, even up to a full course load, with only having to come to campus two or three days a week.

“Hybrid classes offer the freedom of an online class with the personal contact of an on-campus class,” said Paul Roesler, SCC political science professor. “The faculty involved in this feel that hybrid classes offer the best of both worlds, since the classes give students more flexibility, while still giving them the weekly face-time with their teachers and fellow students.”

The hybrid classes that will be offered for Fall 2013 include English Composition I, ENG 101-H; Intro to TV, COM 290-H; Intro to Sociology, SOC 101-H; Intro to American Government, POL 101-H; Intro to International Relations, POL 201-H; Intro to Comparative Politics, POL 210-H; and Intro to Global Studies, GLS 101-H.  Hybrid course will also be offered in Business Administrative Systems (BAS), Business Administration (BUS), College Development (COL), Computer Networking (CPC) and Mathematics (MAT).  

“Hybrid classes are not the same as online classes that are almost entirely independent learning,” said Roesler. “These classes give students face-to-face learning opportunities with their professors and peers, and hybrid classes mean less in-class lecturing and more discussion of topics that make learning fun.”

For more information about hybrid classes, contact Paul Roesler at 636-922-8265 or proesler@stchas.edu.

St. Charles Community College is a public, comprehensive two-year community college with associate degrees and certificate programs in the arts, business, sciences and career-technical fields. SCC provides workforce training and community-based personal and professional development as well as cultural, recreational and entertainment opportunities. For more information, visit www.stchas.edu

SCC Social

SCC Blogs

Amber Peterson
Marketing Specialist

Andrea Compton
Associate Professor

Anna Richter

Dan Porter
Grounds Supervisor

Friends & Alumni
SCC Foundation

Jenny Hahn Schnipper
Academic and Career Counselor

Maria Pizzo

Ron Chesbrough


Heather McDorman
Vice President for Enrollment and Marketing Services

Ben Munson
Director of Creative Services

Brynne Cramer
Public Relations Coordinator

Nick Hogan
Website Coordinator