Online and on-campus classes share one similarity that keeps the online courses from being too alien: the shell. Even campus courses have an online destination or "shell" for work completion. The online courses use the exact same kind of shell. Overall, the online courses don't differ too much compared to being in the classroom. The teacher still stays active, assigning due dates, tests, and quizzes. The lectures online are essentially PowerPoint presentations of different subjects and topics.
You communicate with other students as you would in a classroom. The online classes offered at UAT remain very active and social. Since the shell is the same for either type of class, the students are still required to talk and communicate with each other as if they were in a classroom. Classes at UAT are the same genuine, fulfilling experience, whether they are online or in the classroom. Students still gain tons of insight and experience with an online class.