The online classes include accounting, economics, English, history, math, and even some certain music classes. Bellevue has a wide offering of subjects online. In some classes, there might be a video of the instructor giving lectures, but mostly, you read from the website and textbook to do your assignments. You definitely do not need to be a computer genius to take online classes. There are actually free workshops held on campus that guide the new online users. Once the class starts, there are easy instructions on the website, and you can contact the instructor or school if there is still trouble.
Obviously, since it is online, you don’t have as strong of a teacher-student relationship as you would if you were physically going to classes, but that doesn’t mean there's absolutely no way to interact with professors. You can email, phone, or even fax them. You can even meet them face to face, but there needs to be an appointed time set for that. There is a chatting system where students can chat with each other; it depends on whether each student wants to reach out to other students, though. In some classes, tests are timed, and in others, tests aren’t. You turn in the assignments via email, and the instructor sends the graded response in return.