Course instruction and all learning activities are online, no face to face or synchronous component can be required. In a totally online course, all of the learning is online, there is no seat time. You will need to access your course materials via Brightspace or additional online tools (such as Pearson, Wiley, Cengage, McGraw Hill, Lumen, etc.). Your fully online course may require you to take proctored exams, which may require you to secure a testing location or use a remote proctoring software, such as Respondus. See your course information for more details.
HyFlex courses allow you the choice of how you want to attend to class. You can come in-person or join class synchronously at designated times or you can participate fully online. A handful of courses are designated as HyFlex on the master schedule. Hyflex courses will have an instructional method designated as "Hyflex simultaneously f2f/onl", but will not have a special section code like Hybrid or Fully Online.