LEAVITT SCHOOL OF HEALTH
Interprofessional Communication and Leadership In Healthcare
Frequently Asked Questions
You will have access to the course when you enroll in your term and click the “start course” button.
Since attendance is a required component for passing this course, please make certain you can attend all LIVE sessions in the cohort you sign up to attend.
Attendance to all live sessions, completion of performance tasks, and submission of student-made videos for peer review will result in a pass for the course.
The pre-work and preparation for each live session typically requires 30–60 minutes.
You will need reliable high-speed internet and a computer equipped with a webcam. We encourage students to bring/keep a notebook/journal to each live session.
You will register for the course and then attend live sessions on webcam with an instructor and about 20 of your WGU classmates. Before each session, you will complete a short module, introducing you to the curriculum and help you make the most out of class time. During class, you will participate in several interactive activities while learning about leadership, communication, and yourself in a dynamic and engaging way. You will get to know and make connections with other students. If learning independently is what you are used to, this is a rare experience to learn with and through other students as you look for a new direction in your learning and commit to your graduation goals.
Yes! It is easy to feel isolated as an online student — but it's harder to feel alone when you can see other students like you — face to face. Peer support is a critical element in learning. We know that learning is most effective if we can collaborate with others. Each live session provides students with an opportunity to engage, share perspectives, collaborate, and reflect. This often becomes the most important aspect of the course for students and can be a catalyst for future course engagement.