TEL Library offers a variety of self-paced online courses for college and 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.
Certified and College-Credit Courses
TEL courses are available as both certified and college credit courses. Certified courses provide students with a certificate of completion. College-credit courses are eligible for college credit from one of our accrediting partners.
United States History I - to 1877
Introduction to Communication
Quantitative Analysis 1
Economics course covering individual and firm decision-making, and market structure.
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.
Through readings in classical mythology, Latin I introduces students to the basics of Latin grammar, syntax, and vocabulary.
Literature and Composition
This course aligns to an introductory college-level literary analysis course. The course engages students in the close reading and critical analysis of the literary genres of the epic, poetry, drama, and prose, including novels, short stories, and essays.
This course is designed for students who have had no prior or little experience in Chinese language, but are interested in learning basic Chinese language as well as culture. It provides the basic communication skills in Modern Standard Chinese.
This course provides a comprehensive introduction to the fundamental principles and applications of general chemistry.
This course provides a comprehensive introduction to the foundations of mathematics typically taught in a traditional college algebra course.
This course is the lab component to our Introduction to Biology Course. In addition to biology-specific labs and simulations, students will learn about the fundamentals of laboratory research such as lab safety, the metric system, using a microscope, and the scientific method.
Physical Science Lab
This course is the lab component to our Introduction to Physical Science Course. In addition to physical science-specific labs, students will learn about the fundamentals of laboratory research such as lab safety, the metric system, using a microscope, and the scientific method.