Brush fire in the east bay hills right now, so far just 7 acres Google maps
I'll research this more later, but figured I'd ask you first. Do you know of any schools on the west coast with a similar program to the Science Writing Masters at JHU? http://tinyurl.com/byqs2k
What's the farm-like thing on the north (or northeast) corner of Chabot College in Hayward? From google maps, I infer that it's within Chabot College property, but it seems separate, and I've never seen reference to it associated with the college.
I'm pondering taking two or three online and one meatspace class at Chabot this year, in preparation to transfer to CSUH when possible, perhaps next fall or spring. I haven't been in college for awhile, all the classes are in subjects that should be pretty easy for me, and I really can't take fulltime on campus. For a variety of reasons, I need to be home or flexible more, and if I can't take the classes online, I can't possibly take more than six units. (Only the meatspace class is required for my major, the rest are "for fun," useful background information. One is very much an "easy A" for my GPA, but would still be a lot of fun.)
Now I have friends telling me that despite their being more flexible, web-based classes are a lot
harder, and that by taking a full time schedule with 75% of the classes online, I might be biting off more than I can chew. What do you think? Are they that much harder? Anyone here have experience with web-based classes at Chabot?