Colleges that are traditionally online vs colleges that are online due to COVID... does it make a difference for post bacc?

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Hi,

I am trying to take a few classes online, and I was wondering if ADCOMS look worse at colleges that offer pretty much mostly online classes versus college classes that are now online due to COVID. I know that traditionally online classes are seen as bad, but with COVID, I wasn't sure if there was a difference. This would be for some upper division biology classes, for a DIY post bacc, and not for any pre reqs. This would also be at an accredited state school, not something like U of Pheonix.

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