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Hybrid Teaching at UT

A hybrid course at The University of Tampa is any course in which students may complete less than 50 percent of the requirements through internet access to the course website with the remainder of the course content delivered in face-to-face (f2f) meeting. Courses taught in the hybrid format must be equivalent to the same courses taught in the fully f2f format.

To determine which course section is being taught as hybrid, please read the Course Details in the Live Course Search on SpartanWeb.

Hybrid Course Information

The University would like to recognize the following faculty who have helped design and are teaching hybrid courses at UT.

College of Arts and Letters

Hybrid courses in Art, Communication, English and Writing, Languages and Linguistics, Music, Philosophy and Religion, Speech, Theater and Dance…

Sykes College of Business

Hybrid courses in Accounting, Business Information Technology, Cybersecurity, Economics, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Financial Enterprise Systems, International Business, Leadership Studies, Management, Management Information Systems and Marketing…

College of Natural and Health Sciences

Hybrid courses in Biology, Chemistry, Biochemistry and Physics, Health Sciences and Human Performance, Nursing and Sport Management…

College of Social Sciences, Mathematics and Education

Hybrid courses in Criminology and Criminal Justice, Education, History, Sociology, Geography and Legal Studies, Mathematics, Political Science and International Studies, and Psychology…