Did you know you don’t have to spend so much money (over thousands of dollars) to get a college degree? There are many schools that offer free online course applications. Free courses online are really becoming quite popular. Yes, it is very rare for a college or university to provide a complete online degree in absolutely no cost to the student, but the truth is that some colleges do offer a variety of courses to arouse the interest of people in mastering. MAB instructor certification maybe basic, but it is sure better than absolutely nothing.
Here are a couple of institutions that offer these courses:
• Carnegie Mellon University
This school is one of the most respected technical schools in the usa. Yes, you can get a free online course at Carnegie Mellon College – you will find these free courses at cmu. edu/oli
These courses are self-guiding, and are in a variety of subject areas such as the following:
– Introductory and advanced math courses
– Information Technology (IT)
• The Massachusetts Start of Technology (MIT)
You can get free online “Ivy League” programs at MIT “OpenCourseWebsite” – ocw. mit. edu. There are many courses to choose from, including:
– Health sciences
– Social Savoir
– Political science
• Stanford University
Yes, the almighty Stanford University offers curious students the opportunity to download a variety of courses which they can perform back on their laptops, PCs or iPod. These online courses are known as “iTunes U”. Go to itunes. stanford. edu to get started. If you actually want the college experience, however, you are a little bit the public university kind, go to UC Berkeley free online course listings – webcas. berkley. edu
• Lancaster University
Yes, this school is a British based college that offers students the opportunity to get a free online education in topics relating to web authoring and computer language.
So you see, there is no need to shell out thousands of dollars in order to get a college education.