The Saylor Direct Credit program now includes 33 tuition-free courses recommended for 97 credits. Sixteen courses have been recommended anew for the next three years, but we are especially pleased to announce two brand-new additions to the roster, Principles of Finance and Organizational Behavior. BUS202: Principles of Finance (ACE, 3 credits) BUS202 is the study […]
Fayetteville State University is our newest college credit transfer partner
We are pleased to welcome Fayetteville State University (FSU), part of the University of North Carolina system, as Saylor Academy’s newest college credit transfer partner. Our partner colleges and universities agree to accept tuition-free, self-paced Saylor Direct Credit courses for transfer credit. Students who are enrolled at FSU can earn credit for Saylor Direct Credit […]
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Two Saylor Academy Courses Recommended for College Credit by American Council on Education
The Saylor Academy is thrilled to announce that two of our STEM courses, Chemistry I and Molecular and Cellular Biology, have been recommended for college credit by the American Council on Education College Credit Recommendation Service (ACE CREDIT®). Thanks to ACE CREDIT, Saylor Academy students can now earn recommended college credit for CHEM101 and BIO101b […]
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PSYCH 101-EXC: Our Newest Credit Pathways Course!
Want to take a PSYCH course for credit? Interested in the general history of psychology and the nature vs. nurture debate? Then consider your needs and desires fulfilled (including your sub-conscious ones)! PSYCH 101-EXC is our newest course and it’s also a pathway to credit through Excelsior College. This course is complete with optional apps, readings, and video […]
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Monday Morning Digest: Quality is a Never-Ending Quest
Good Morning! We hope that your Monday morning is bright and sunny (and not, e.g., post-blizzardy). For this week, we look at the quality and value of getting a higher education. Recently, this quest has led to questions of what should count for credit. Some universities continue to add MOOCs (some accredited) to their repertoire, […]
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