Online learning at Lesley emphasizes convenience and flexibility, community, and active engagement, all of which contribute to Lesley’s extraordinarily high online program completion rate.
Convenience & FlexibilityAt Lesley, all online classes are asynchronous. This means that you decide when and where to access course materials and contribute to course discussions. Unlike face-to-face courses, online courses allow you to take time to formulate your thoughts and complete assignments from your favorite coffee shop, on your lunch break, or even on vacation. In addition, our eight-week course schedule means that you won't have to wait a full semester to start your program or move on to the next course.
At the start of each course you'll log in to a private site, where you'll get to know your peers and instructor through discussion boards, email, blogs, and other digital tools. By reading each other's work and exchanging thoughtful feedback, you'll develop a highly supportive learning community.Rich Resources
Our knowledgeable online instructors provide clear direction and feedback, motivate learning with relevant projects, and will help you develop the skills you need to meet your professional goals. You'll also have immediate access to the latest research, presentation, and multimedia resources.
Career TrainingBy taking an online class, you'll improve the technical and communication skills that you'll need as you advance in your career. You'll gain practice writing effective email communications, using online presentation tools, and working with teammates all around the world.
"Not only are the professors incredibly engaged and invested in their students, the format and forums of the online program have allowed me to feel connected to my fellow classmates."
- Eileen Kielty, Online B.A. Psychology student
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Graduate School of EducationFaculty, staff, and alumni will be available to discuss program formats, courses, and career options.June 6, 2013 | 6:00 pm–8:00 pm