TEL Library offers a variety of self-paced online courses for certificate credit. Our courses provide an engaging learning
experience, support a wide range of study models, and help learners develop the knowledge and literacies they need to
flourish in both academic and professional settings. Browse the courses below to see our current and future offerings.
United States History I - to 1877
Introduction to Communication
Quantitative Literacy 1
An introduction to the basic concepts in psychology including behavior, learning, sensation and perception, cognition, memory, and motivation.
Computer Systems and Technology
Theory and application of information technologies.
A study of the theories of consumer and production as well as market structures that influence microeconomics.
A study of the basic concepts that make up physical science including matter, motion, chemical reactions, forces and various types of energy.
Introduction to Christianity
An overview of the foundations, beliefs, and history of Christianity from the 1st century CE to current times, designed both for Christians and those outside the Christian faith.