For adult learners, taking courses via the Internet is a solution to balancing work, family, and academic responsibilities. VSU and the University System of Georgia offer online programs that are particularly suited to busy adults who want a degree from an accredited institution.
Because VSU and the USG are expanding online degree and program offerings to meet the demand for online instruction, you will see additions to this website as new programs are introduced. Visit the eLearning and Online Degrees at VSU site for more information.
eMajor: Online Undergraduate Degrees
eMajor refers to undergraduate degrees which can be completed online and are available to VSU students through Georgia Online Virtual Instruction Enterprise Wide Online Courses (GoVIEW). To learn more about becoming an eMajor student at VSU, visit Getting Started with eMajor. An initial online eMajor Orientation Quiz is required prior to registering for eMajor classes.
VSU: Online Undergraduate Degrees
eCore: Complete the VSU Core Curriculum
- An initial online eCore Orientation Quiz is required prior to registering for eCore classes.
- VSU Core Curriculum courses are usually taken during the first two years of undergraduate studies.
- VSU/eCore course equivalencies
Orientation for VSU Online Students
If you are a new undergraduate student enrolled in a fully online degree program, VSU offers an online orientation to assist you in this transition. The online orientation covers important information such as Student ID#, VSU E-Mail, Advising, Registration, Accessing Courses and Fees, and Financial Aid.
Are you Ready for Online Learning?
Georgia On My Line provides an online assessment tool helpful to students who may be new to the online environment. The exercise should take about 30 minutes and allows students to exit and return to complete the process. REMEMBER - While highly recommended, the assessment is strictly voluntary. The questions are designed to evaluate your level of motivation, learning style, computer/tech knowledge, keyboarding speed, and reading comprehension. Once you've completed the exercise, a report on your strengths and areas needing improvement will be sent for you to review. The point is to provide students with information that will help them bolster their skills for online success. More information about Georgia On My Line can be found on their website.
Online course schedules (eMajor, eCore, VSU online courses by term)
Online Schedule of Classes (Select the term from the left hand navigation bar of the Banner registration system.)
We're here to help...
Questions? Contact us by email at AMP@valdosta.edu, by phone at 229-253-2873, or by visiting our office at 103 Brookwood Place on the VSU campus. The office is open Monday - Thursday, 8 a.m. until 5:30 p.m. and on Friday, 8 a.m. until 3 p.m.