What is the difference between a class and a seminar?
Classes are held for undergraduate students to provide an opportunity to discuss issues raised in lectures and as a result of private study. Normally, classes have up to 14 students and meet for one hour a week. Most classes involve student presentations as a way of starting discussion. Seminars are similar to classes but are held for postgraduate students and may have up to 20 students (under review). They are normally 1.5 hours in length.
- I attended the QuickBooks class last year when it covered a previous version. Should I attend the seminar again just to get the new version information?
- If I am unable to attend one of the scheduled Live Seminar dates, what options are available to make up that missed class?
- Can I take Cooperative Work Experience and not attend the weekly class/seminar and individual conferences?