Online Learning at Fisher
Online courses at Fisher are taught primarily through Blackboard, the campus course management system, with the incorporation of other technologies where appropriate. There are no face-to-face meetings on campus throughout the duration of an online course. Hybrid courses reduce some portion of the normal seat time and replace that time with online learning activities, including asynchronous discussions and other online interactions.
Online and Hybrid Offerings
Fisher has several online programs, several hybrid programs, and numerous online and hybrid courses available to all eligible students.
RN to BSN Online
With flexible scheduling in an accelerated format, Fisher's accredited RN to BSN online program lets you complete your bachelor's degree in nursing at a pace that suits you.
M.S. in Library Media (Teacher Librarian)
The online M.S. in library media program provides you with initial certification in library media, as well as professional certification in your original initial teaching certificate area.Admissions
Online and Hybrid Courses
There are a number of online and hybrid courses offered each semester in a variety of subjects at Fisher.
Online Course Requirements
If you are an undergraduate Fisher student, you need to be a sophomore or above, to be eligible to take an online course. No such restriction applies to graduate students. There are also no restrictions on enrollment in hybrid courses.
Find Online and Hybrid Courses
The Course Search page offers an option to filter search criteria by only those courses offered either online or hybrid in a given semester.
- Choose the option: Filter By Title, Time, Instructor, or Type (Advanced Search)
- Choose your preferred course type: Online, Hybrid, or All