Online Learning

ONLINE LEARNING

CMU offers degree programs through a distance education model that utilizes both an online and a blended online-hybrid option. Courses are taught using a comprehensive Learning Management System (Moodle) that includes all learning resources and course materials and facilitates meaningful engagement and interactions between the students and their instructors.

The use of this distance learning educational model removes the traditional boundaries of time and location, and allows the University to offer students and faculty the flexibility not often found in other academic environments. Students can choose the most convenient time and place to study and interact with instructors and other students.

*All degree programs are not offered at each site, please contact admissions for more information

Convenience and Flexibility

Students have the convenience of logging into their learning system 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Student Resource System

To help ensure your online success at CMU all students have access to our robust online library system available 7 days a week and 24 hours per day. CMU provides students with Library and Information Network (LIRN) database comprising of millions of peer-reviewed and full-text journal, magazine, and newspaper articles, e-books, podcasts, audio, and video resources to support their academic studies from ProQuest, Gale Cengage, Statista, Skillsoft books, ebookscentral, and more, covering topics for General Education, Business, Computers, health and sports programs. Our librarian is also just an email or phone call away.

Faculty and Staff Support

Students receive support from the whole CMU team.  You are not just a number at CMU.  We are here to answer your call or meet with you on site to assist you every step of the way.  Communication is key!

Technology Requirements

Exam Proctoring Policy

To ensure security and integrity the university requires that all students complete the mid-term and final examination for all courses under the supervision of a proctor. The university publishes a schedule of days and times a proctor will be available at our San Diego campus and our Montebello learning site. This schedule is located in your student learning system and published no later than the end of week three of your session.

In the event a student, due to location or special circumstance, is not able to attend a CMU sponsored proctoring session you may complete a Proctor Request Form allowing the student to take their exams off campus under the supervision of a proctor.

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