Online Readiness Quiz

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Ready to start an online program? Please take the following quiz to evaluate your level of comfort using an online learning environment.

Click here to view the minimum technical requirements for an online course.

Minimum Desktop Technical Requirements


  • Google Chrome (version 38+)
  • FireFox (version 31+)
  • Safari (version 9+)
  • Microsoft Edge (version 25.10586+)
  • Internet Explorer 10 (not preferred)


  • High-speed Internet connection
  • At least 20mbps is recommended


  • Mac OS X 10.10 or later


  • Windows 7 SP1/8/8.1/10 (32/64 bit)
  • Microsoft .Net 4.5
  • DirectX 10 compatible graphics card
  • Microsoft Visual C++ 2015 Redistributable Update 3

This quiz is a requirement of the admissions process and will be documented.

If you have any questions, please contact an Admissions Representative at 888-378-6676 or email

Learning Online:

I am capable of retaining information by reading it.
I expect to spend as much time in an online course as I would if I were taking an on-campus course, and I understand that online courses are not self-paced (i.e., I will have deadlines that I will need to meet).
I have a place to work on assignments without distractions.
I have a clear reason for wanting to take courses online.
I realize that taking an online course can involve various types of activities including participating in discussion boards, group projects, watching videos, interacting with the instructor and other students, readings, and presentations, and I am capable of learning from and completing these types of activities.
I get tired or overwhelmed if I have to read a lot of text on the computer.
Sometimes I overlook details in written instructions.
I can learn by working independently.
I need face-to-face interaction to learn.

Time Management:

I am good at managing my time.
I am capable of prioritizing my responsibilities.
I am good at setting goals and deadlines for myself.
I always get my work done on time.
I keep a record of what my assignments are and when they are due.
I will be able to devote at least 10-15 hours per week to my online learning course.
I am a self-directed and self-motivated person capable of working independently.


I have the support of family, friends, and/or co-workers to pursue my educational goals.
I am comfortable expressing my opinions and thoughts in writing.
If I can't figure out something, I am comfortable asking my classmates or the instructor for help via email, discussion board, or chat.


I have my own computer onto which I can install software for the course if needed.
I am able to use one of the following Internet browsers: Google Chrome (version 38+), Firefox (version 31+), Safari (version 9+), or Microsoft Edge (version 21.10586+).
My Internet connection is fast and reliable, such as a cable modem or DSL (at least 20mbps is recommended).
I feel at ease using the computer (downloading and uploading files, using word processing software, etc.)
I have access to and am capable of using Microsoft Office software, including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
I am using a computer with Windows 7 or later, or Mac OS X 10.10 or later.
I know how to manage documents and files on my computer.
I know someone who can help me if I experience computer problems.
I like using computers, but I have somewhat limited access. Most of the time, I have to share a computer or try to get by on my phone.
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