Discussion in 'Online & DL Teaching' started by PMBrooks, Feb 3, 2009.

  1. PMBrooks

    PMBrooks New Member

    Hi all,
    I would like to get some hours in english and history to be able to teach online. I already teach online for two universities in the area of theology and religious studies.

    Would you recommend CSUDH's External Humanities (HUX) program or a master's degree from UNISA in one of those areas?

    With the HUX program, I know I could possibly "major" in both areas to get the 18 hours needed to teach. The program is also very cost effective for my budget. But, it will be a degree in humanities and not necessarily in the areas of history or english .

    UNISA would be very affordable and I would be willing to do course work in both history and english; however, while I know UNISA has the equivalent of regional accrediation, I am still concerned about the courses translating into 18 hours for the American system.

    Can anyone offer some experience or guidance in these areas?


  2. Kizmet

    Kizmet Moderator

    Since you're already doing some online teaching I'd suggest that you approach those schools and ask them how they'd view the UNISA credits. This will give more than a good hint about how other schools will respond to those credits.
  3. Ian Anderson

    Ian Anderson Active Member

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