Response to Covid-19 in 2022-2023

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At the time the application phase, the department must prepare for various scenarios of online and campus-based or hybrid teaching in the upcoming academic year as well. We expect that by 2022/23 we can deliver our programs fully on campus and in-person, but we are well-prepared for remote, online teaching as well.

  • Faculty worked together to adapt and redesign the delivery of our programs to provide a smooth transition from on-campus teaching to online courses, if necessary.
  • The department may offer the possibility of interoperability of online and on-site classes.
  • Doctoral students as Teaching Assistants provide extensive academic and technical support at classes. 
  • Faculty are available as mentors to students who can always consult with issues and questions related to your studies.
  • Take a glimpse at a sample of one of our online video lecture!