Last updated on Oct 19, 2020

Choosing In-Person or Remote for the Winter Term

All students should review the course lists below in preparation for the winter term. All courses listed include all components of the course (lectures, labs, etc.) Later in October, the Registrar will send an email to each student, asking them to select in-person or remote learning. The delivery mode chosen will apply to all of their courses for the winter term. Students will only be able to reply once and must respond by October 28. If no response is received by October 28, in-person learning will be selected for them.

Dual Delivery

Redeemer is taking a dual-delivery approach to the majority of its classes. This means that in-person and remote delivery happen synchronously (live in person and live-streamed). Classes will not be recorded for asynchronous viewing at a different time, though other resources such as powerpoints may be made available.

In-Person-Only Course List

Winter 2021; sorted by course code

BIO 224 Invertebrate Zoology
BIO 261 Genetics
BIO 343 Plant Physiology
BIO 426 Comparative Animal Physiology
BIO/CHE 463 Advanced Techniques in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
CHE 222 Organic Chemistry II
CHE 231 Analytical Chemistry
CHE 351 Physical Chemistry
KPE 142 Fundamentals of Fitness
KPE 143 Fundamentals of Pickleball
KPE 153 Fundamentals of Volleyball
KPE 159 Fundamentals of Strength Training
KPE 222 Assessment of Human Fitness
MCS 201
Video Production II
PHY 115 Physics for the Life Sciences
THR 200 Performance II
THR 161-195 Mainstage

Courses with Special Notes

Winter 2021

MCS courses other than MCS 201 Remote delivery possible, but students are responsible for their own access to the films assigned, which may vary from region to region.
MUS courses Lessons, ensembles, choir run with same parameters as Fall 2020

All other courses will be run with the option for students to be in person or remote.

Notes:

  1. All courses that are offered via both in-person and remote-synchronous delivery methods will be live-streamed. While these classes will not be recorded, both in-person and remotely attending students will likely be captured on camera from time to time, especially during discussion. By enrolling in a course at Redeemer, students give their consent to being captured on camera during class times.
  2. All Internships (380, 381, 480, 481) are running and students enrolled in an internship should continue to be in contact with their faculty supervisor and/or CELC.