Learning With Us


Learning With Us


  • Submit a high school diploma or a GED
  • Submit a completed admissions application,
  • Submit a $100 nonrefundable application fee,
  • Submit an updated resume,
  • Submit a personal statement that describes the applicant’s professional accomplishments and goals.
  • Copy of valid government issued ID

*Students applying for the graduate program must also submit a copy of their official transcripts from their undergraduate program.

Student and Faculty Orientation:

For Students:

At the beginning of the semester, all distance learning course participants will participate in:

A face-to-face introductory lecture on how our distance-learning platform works:

To help learners solve any queries they may have about strategies or approaches teachers will use.

This introductory lecture is mandatory. Students are able to choose from 6 sessions held at different times.

Tutorials: Video tutorials and student guide will be uploaded for everyone.

Orientation Program:

The Blackboard platform has been implemented in our institution and it provides our learners with a tutorial that guides them on the different ways they can interact online.

Users will be shown a wide variety of activities they could complete once the course starts.

For teachers:

Teacher training course: Teachers are given a 25-hour training course on teacher /student roles while working in the Virtual Classroom.

Online class material:

Online class material is prepared before the semester begins.

Teachers work collaboratively with instructional designers.

Students are informed about the different aspects of the distance-learning course (requirements hardware and technical skills) by means of a “guidebook” handed out at the beginning of the course.


Students must have technical skills to know how to use web browsers and Windows XP.

Students undergo an online trial test to make sure they meet the institutional technological standards.