The MathOnline program at University of Colorado Colorado Springs (UCCS) has been providing high-quality university math courses to a wide audience outside of the UCCS campus, for almost 20 years. MathOnline allows qualified high school students and post-high school students to enroll for credit in UCCS courses without having to physically be on campus. Anyone meeting the educational background requirements for each specific course is welcome. The program is well-suited for the thousands of high school students throughout the country who have completed their high school mathematics courses before their senior year; It is seeing also an increasing number of post-high school students who choose the convenience and quality of our program to fulfill various requirements or simply their continuing education desires.
Most MathOnline courses run synchronous to the corresponding math courses (Fall and Spring semesters). We use the latest technology for capturing lectures (Panopto), which gives you access to the course through a dual video feed, one that captures the whiteboard and the other that focuses on the entire front of the class. This gives a very realistic feeling to the lectures.
MathOnline course credits are transferable to many top-tier institutions across the country.
George Rus Ph.D.
UCCS MathOnline Director
Latest News: MathOnline courses are now delivered using the state-of-the-art Panopto lecture capture system, which allows for an excellent online experience and enhances the 'being-in-the-classroom' feel to our courses.
Please note that in addition to the regular credit sections, we are offering noncredit/audit sections of all MathOnline courses for qualified individuals who desire to take quality university-level courses but do not need university credits. Noncredit/audit students have the same level of access to the instructors as the credit students, receive a verifiable certificate of completion, and may also request an official noncredit transcript from UCCS.
In addition, we are maintaining a free archive of video lectures, based on courses taught at UCCS in past years, which is being used as resources by people all over the world.