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Colleges and Universities that Offer Free Courses Online


See our list of the top schools offering free courses online. Learn about what types of courses are available to find the school and courses that are right for you.

Online Courses for Credit

Plenty of free resources are available online for students who want to learn a new topic, but these free options don't generally lead to college credit. Students who want to earn college credit might want to look for online options that charge a small fee in exchange for access to online lessons. These fee-based courses can help students earn alternative forms of college credit.

Education Portal offers this style of distance learning with quick, engaging video lessons and self-assessment quizzes. Students can also find free transcripts for the video lessons. Both the transcripts and the video lessons can lead to college credit. Students can find a number of courses through Education Portal's extensive online resources. Some of the courses available include:

  • Business 100: Intro to Business - Learn about the dynamic business environment, economics, leadership styles, business marketing, human resources and much more.
  • English 102: American Literature - Get details on the Romantic Period, colonial literature, transcendentalism, modernist prose and the Harlem Renaissance.
  • Math 102: College Mathematics - Topics covered in this course include linear equations, quadratic equations, imaginary numbers, rational expressions and geometry.
  • Biology 105: Anatomy & Physiology - Study organic molecules, biochemistry, major systems of the body and the male reproductive system, among other topics.
  • Psychology 101: Intro to Psychology - Subjects include states of consciousness, cognition, developmental psychology, personality, psychological disorders and treatments.
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Other countries' education systems

by math4life

Are very different from ours. I don't know details concerning every country, but in many countries students are not given many choices. And their education system is stricter than ours. Our students are given choices and told they can do or be anything they choose. Students in other countries are tested early and trained to the occupation in which they tested high in - whether they want it or not.
I worked with foreign exchange students last school year and they were here from Germany for our senior year. They were going back home to another 1-2 years of school. We have much more freedom of choices than they do at home

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