Most CGEP courses from UVA 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. CGEP students are encouraged to attend their UVA courses in real-time.

Monday/Wednesday

2:00 – 3:15 pm
CE 5500 – Foundation Engineering
section 501, class number 21236
Instructor: Lindsay Burden
         
3:30 – 4:45 pm
CHE 6447 – Biochemical Engineering
section 501, class number 21234
Instructor: Kyle Lampe
          
6:30 – 7:45 pm
MAE 6710 – Finite Element Analysis
section 501, class number 21329
Instructor: Matthew Panzer

Tuesday/Thursday

12:30 – 1:45 pm
MSE 6320 – Deformation and Fracture of Structural Materials
section 501, class number 21232
Instructor: James Burns
        
2:00 – 3:15 pm
MAE 6420 – Engineering Mathematics II
section 501, class number 21237
Instructor: Houston Wood
        
2:00 – 3:15 pm
SYS 6041 – Ethics in Engineering Research & Practice (EERP)
section 501, class number 21235
Instructor: Garrick Louis
        
3:30 – 4:45 pm
MSE 6020 – Defects and Microstructure in Materials
section 501, class number 21231
Instructor: Sean Agnew
         
3:30 – 4:45 pm
ECE 6502 – Photovoltaics
section 501, class number 21233
Instructor: Mool Gupta

 

Asynchronous

MAE 6430 – Statistics for Engineers and Scientists
section 501, class number 21786
Instructor: Larry Richards

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.