BATANGAS STATE U EYES FULL F2F CLASSES FOR SELECT PROGRAMS
THE BATANGAS State University is considering holding full face-to-face classes for select degree programs for Academic Year 2022-2023.
In a report by Insignia, the school’s publication, the Office of the Vice President Affairs said that physical classes will likely resume for laboratory, math, and computation-intensive courses.
Hybrid learning, meanwhile, is expected for general education and other professional courses.
“The Vice-Chancellor of Academic Affairs of respective BatStateU campuses has yet to address which courses will conduct face-to-face classes alongside its schedule release,” the university said.
The Commission on Higher Education earlier said that a flexible learning setup will be retained for tertiary education.
However, CHED expects an increase in the number of universities opening face-to-face learning options from August to September.