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Distance Education

The Office of Extended Programs coordinates planning, development, and delivery of all courses and programs that are delivered at a distance, including on-line, videoconferencing, and face-to-face at remote sites.

DSU offers undergraduate, graduate, and certificate programs in the University Center at Sioux Falls and via online. To find more about the programs and courses, please click the links below.

DSU also offers a number of online undergraduate and graduate courses to help you to complete degree programs.

DSU is committed to providing all students the utmost in quality service in a timely manner. To accomplish this goal for new freshmen and transfer students enrolling in online programs, DSU wants to ensure that all students are placed in the appropriate courses and at the appropriate course levels.  As a consequence, DSU has established a registration deadline for new and transfer students. To register for Fall 2014 classes beginning on August 25, 2014, DSU must have received the following information by Wednesday, August 20, 2014

  • Official College Transcripts - if applicable (transfer students)
  • Official High School Transcripts
  • Official Report of ACT or SAT score (if 21 or younger)
  • Placement scores if applicable (new and transfer students)

The Fall 2014 Class Schedule is available online via WebAdvisor.

 

Contact Susan at susan.eykamp@dsu.edu or call 800-641-4309 regarding the drop/withdrawal process.

To search for more courses offered by DSU and the other universities of South Dakota, please visit WebAdvisor.

 

Student Verification Statement

Federal law requires that universities verify the identity of students when course materials and/or course assessment activities are conducted either partially or entirely online . A student’s Desire2Learn (D2L) login and password are intended to provide the student with secure access to course materials and are also intended to help the university meet this federal mandate. Some DSU Faculty also require the use of a proctor for exams in distance-delivered (Internet) courses and this requirement provides a second level of student identify verification. Finally, an instructor who uses web conferencing technology may require students to use a webcam during exams, as another means of student identify verification through voice and visual recognition.


Last Updated: 8/19/14