B.S. OLL Accelerated Courses Deadlines

Bachelor of Science Program in Organizational Leadership and Learning (B.S. OLL)

Spring 2017 Accelerated Courses

The Bachelor of Science Program in Organizational Leadership in Learning (B.S. OLL) is offering 8-week accelerated courses during the Spring 2017 Semester. The following courses will be offered in an accelerated format during Spring 2017, which include the following courses:

First 8-Weeks (January 9 - March 3, 2017)

  • **Prior Learning Assessment (ELFH 300-96)
  • Designing Learning (ELFH 312-50)
  • Diversity in the Workplace (ELFH 414-50)
  • Workplace Information and Ethics (ELFH 578-54)

Second 8-Weeks (March 6 - April 28, 2017)

  • **Needs Assessment (ELFH 311-96)
  • **Instructional Strategies and Group Facilitation Techniques (ELFH 316-96)
  • Leadership and Management (ELFH 490-50)
  • Workplace Information and Ethnics (ELFH 578-54)

**Hybrid class format - some classes will meet face-to-face, and some classes will meet online.

What you need to know about taking an accelerated course in the B.S. OLL Program:

  • The first eight week course session meets the first half of the semester, beginning January 9, 2017 and ending March 3, 2017.
  • The second eight week course session meets the second half of the semester, beginning March 6, 2017 and ending April 28, 2017.
  • The content, instruction, and learning outcomes are the same as a 16 week course.
  • ELFH 300-96/Prior Learning Assessment (1st eight weeks); ELFH 311-96/Needs Assessment (2nd eight weeks) and ELFH 316-96/Instructional Strategies and Group Facilitation Techniques (2nd eight weeks) will be offered as “hybrid classes,” in which during the 8 week session, some classes will meet face-to-face, and some classes will meet online. Please also note that the meeting day indicated on the Spring 2017 schedule, is the face-to-face meeting day of the week (and your Instructor will give you further information regarding online meetings and assignments).
  • Students who received federal financial aid must be enrolled for the entire 16 weeks, meaning that if you take accelerated courses during only the first half of the semester you may jeopardize your eligibility for federal aid. Consult the Student Financial Aid Office (finaid@louisville.edu)
  • Grades for first half of term classes will not be officially posted on your transcript until the end of the regular academic semester (after May 2, 2017), but you may receive information about your grade from your instructor following the conclusion of a first half of term class.