Copyright Now Has 150 Courses Available For College Credit updates recently added about 30 credit-recommended courses to its offering, bringing its total number of credit-granting courses to more than 150 and increasing the options available to students to earn college credit online.

Newly Recommended Courses

Traditionally, earning a college degree has been an expensive and time-consuming task. We want it to be an easier, more affordable option for students, which is why we continue to expand our credit-recommended course offerings. You can complete courses and finals online when it works for you and transfer that credit into one of thousands of colleges and universities.

These courses have now been recommended for credit by the National College Credit Recommendation Services (NCCRS):

online courses has also added many courses that have been newly recommended for credit by the American Council on Education (ACE): now has more than 150 courses recommended for credit by NCCRS and/or (ACE) that can lead directly to college credit. You can find a complete list of our credit-granting courses here.

computer science

First Computer Science Courses Gets Credit Recommended's latest batch of credit recommended courses includes Computer Science 102: Fundamentals of Information Technology, Computer Science 103: Computer Concepts & Applications, Computer Science 302: Systems Analysis & Design and Computer Science 303: Database Management. These are our first credit recommended courses in the subject. We want students to be able to earn credits in high-demand subjects, which is why we've expanded to computer science.

How Makes Earning a Degree Affordable & Convenient

You want to earn a degree, but every time you think about it you get overwhelmed. How will you pay for school? Will you be able to go to school and still hold a job? Are you even ready for college-level material? can make the process less daunting.

We all know earning a college degree isn't cheap. According to CollegeBoard, it can cost an average of $2,009 to take a course at a public university. However, with you could take a college course for an average of $99.99.

online learning is also giving you a more convenient way to earn college credit, meaning you don't have to choose between your job or other responsibilities and taking courses. Our courses are self-paced, so you take them when it works for you. There are no set days or times when you even have to be online.'s credit-granting courses can help if you want to build your confidence with college-level materials. Our courses make the adjustment to college-level courses less intimidating. Courses are made up of short, engaging videos that make learning fun, and you can watch the videos as many times as you need to make sure you understand the concepts. We also have self-assessments at the lesson and chapter levels so you can test your knowledge along the way.

Learn more about how you can earn a bachelor's degree through here. You can also learn more about how earning credit through works here.

By Jessica Lyons
June 2018 updates college credit

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