Policies & Procedures: Distance Education
Distance education is an educational process characterized by the separation, in time or place, between instructor and student. It includes courses offered principally by means of: technological transmission; audio or computer conferencing; videocassettes or discs; or correspondence.
Students may enroll in no more than four credits of distance education course(s) during a semester or term, with a maximum of 12 credits towards graduation. Students may not enroll in distance education courses before completing at least 28 credit hours towards the J.D. degree. No credit may be given toward the J.D. degree for non-law distance education graduate level courses