The primary differences are the scheduling format, teaching style, and existence of a peer group that students will be with for the entirety of their degree. A group of students is admitted to the program and completes it together, all taking the same courses. Courses for groups are taught in five full-day sessions on Saturdays, giving students the same number of class hours as in traditionally delivered three-hour courses taught on campus or delivered through the school's distance education program. Instructors’ teaching styles will typically be more interactive and less lecture-driven in the Weekend Format Program. Some instructors may use more case-study or other experiential teaching approaches; others may have in-class exercises and group activities. Otherwise, in terms of the courses taught and material covered, there is no difference between Weekend Format, campus, and distance education courses.