Most CGEP courses from UVA are delivered in a real-time, interactive format. CGEP students are encouraged to attend their UVA courses in real-time. Non-degree students who wish to enroll should request enrollment approval from the instructor (see email addresses linked to each name) and submit a completed a Class Registration form to engineeringonline@virginia.edu.

Monday/Wednesday

3:30 – 4:45 pm
CHE 6630 – Mass Transfer
section 600, class number 20605
Instructor: Matthew Lazzara
         
5:00 – 6:15 pm
SYS 6016 – Machine Learning
section 600, class number 20531
Instructor: Quanquan Gu
          
6:30 – 7:45 pm
MAE 6710 – Finite Element Analysis
section 600, class number 20251
Instructor: Matthew Panzer

Tuesday/Thursday

2:00 – 3:15 pm
MSE 6270 – Introduction to Atomistic Simulations
section 600, class number 20481
Instructor: Leo Zhigilei
        
2:00 – 3:15 pm
MAE 6420 – Engineering Mathematics II
section 600, class number 20248
Instructor: Houston Wood
        
2:00 – 3:15 pm
MAE 6430 – Statistics for Engineers and Scientists
section 600, class number 20249
Instructor: Gianluca Guadagni
        
3:30 – 4:45 pm
ECE 6502 – Photovoltaics
section 600, class number 20709
Instructor: Mool Gupta
        
3:30 – 4:45 pm
MSE 6350 – Physical Metallurgy of Light Alloys
section 600, class number 20468
Instructor: Jimmy Burns
         
5:00 – 6:15 pm
CE 5000 – Management Large-Scale Construction Projects
section 600, class number 20719
Instructor: Arsalan Heydarian

 


Our distance learning courses may be delivered in one of three ways:

1. Interactive – You attend class in real-time, along side our on-grounds students, and are able to interact with the instructor and students from your computer.

2. Streaming – You attend class in real-time, but no interactions with the instructor or student are required.

3. Asynchronous – Class content is prepared in advance and you view it at your convenience.

Most distance learning courses are delivered in a real-time, interactive format. UVA believes that there is educational value in real-time interaction between faculty and students and between students. However, our Interactive and Streaming classes are ordinarily available as recordings after class is held, and so they too can be taken asynchronously.