Free, openly licensed courses that are perfect for lifelong learning.

We are committed to providing equitable access to college-level learning to everyone. For each three-hour course we create, we include a version in this free library with the same high-quality, college-level content at no cost. The only difference is the free versions don’t include the mastery assignments or support that our paid courses include.

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American Government

A study of the concepts of the United States government.

Chemistry I

A study of the composition of matter, the atom, chemical bonding, solutions, measurements, chemical nomenclature, stoichiometry, and thermochemistry.

Chinese I

A study of the basic communication skills in Modern Standard Chinese

College Algebra

A study of problem‐solving strategies that establishes a firm foundation for higher levels of mathematics.

College Readiness

A study of the expectations of college as well as learning strategies and skills proven to support a rewarding college experience.

Introduction to Biology

A study of the structure, relationships, and diversity of life on earth from the cellular level to the function of ecosystems.

Introduction to Christianity

A study of the core tenets of the Christian religion and differences from other global religions. 

Introduction to Communication

A study of basic communication theory and history, focusing on theory and application of appropriate communication techniques.

Introduction to Information Technology

A study of the theory and application of information technologies.

Introductory Reading & Writing

A study of academic reading and the fundamental principles of writing.

Language and Composition

A study of the basic overview of grammar, essay analysis, and writing.

Latin I

A study of the basics of Latin grammar, syntax, and vocabulary.

Literature and Composition

A study in the close reading and critical analysis of the literary genres of the epic, poetry, drama, and prose, including novels, short stories, and essays.

Microeconomics

A study of what it means to think on the margin and understand the key principles of economics.

Quantitative Analysis I

A study of basic and intermediate number sense, abstract quantitative concepts, algebraic concepts, geometry, and visual modeling, and probability.

Physical Sciences

A study of foundations of science, including skills, assumptions, and the role of technology in science.

Principles of Psychology

A study of the basic concepts in psychology that analyze human behavior.

US History I

A study of U.S. history through 1877, taking students from pre-Columbian events through the Civil War.

US History II

A study of the significant social, political, and economic developments from 1877 to the present.

World Civilizations I

A study of world civilizations, this course will focus on civilizations before 1492.

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