Texas A&M University is a participant in the SREB's Electronic Campus.
Information about general administrative procedures governing distance learning; requirements for on-campus courses, activities, and technical requirements; academic advising; degree program, course, and certificate descriptions and requirements; and exam arrangements are all independently administered and coordinated by individual colleges at Texas A&M. For assistance with these topics, please contact the distance education coordinator(s) from the list of distance degrees and certificates offered at the university.
This site has been prepared to assist Texas A&M faculty, staff and administration interested in learning about the development of courses and programs offered for delivery by distance with technology-mediated instruction.
To help you understand how distance education operates at Texas A&M, we have developed three main sections and an appendix, which contains example program proposals:
- Support Structures for Distance Learning at Texas A&M
- Developing Distance Learning Courses and Programs
- Distance Learning Regulations
For further information, contact the Provost Office, located in Rudder Tower, 9th Floor, 979-845-4282. For site errors, contact Instructional Technology Services at firstname.lastname@example.org or 979-458-3417.
After extensive discussions on campus among the Provost,
vice presidents, and academic deans, it was decided that the university will
restructure distance education services to be located in colleges providing
distance education courses. As a result
of this restructuring, the Office of Distance Education (ODE) will be closed on
August 31, 2010. A campus-wide
announcement of this decision can be found at the following URL: http://rgs.tamu.edu/research-administration/announcement-june-8-2010.