Free Courses Online

Are you on summer break? Maybe you’re working and looking to acquire a new skill? For those that are interested, free courses online, at college-level, can be taken courtesy of schools such as Yale, MIT, Stanford, and the University of California Berkley.

While you may not get any actual credit towards a college degree, these courses are freely available through intermediary websites such as LifeHacker.com with links and course descriptions included. Those with a little spare time and self-motivation to improve their knowledge can audit, read, and “enroll” in these courses for their own personal benefit in the comfort of their own home or office.

Courses include; Harvard University – CS50: Introduction to Computer Science, University of Michigan – Introduction to Finance, The European Space Agency (ESA) – Monitoring Climate from Space, University of Notre Dame – Math in Sports, Smithsonian Institution – The Rise of Superheroes and Their Impact on Pop Culture, and Massachusetts Institute of Technology – The American Dream for the Next Generation. Other resources for seeking knowledge can include Khan Academy that educates on a variety of topics through Youtube-based videos, the widely popular TED talks that are lectures by a variety of experts and commentators on a number of interesting topics, and NASA’s own government website that has a multitude of free media for those with an interest in space exploration and astronomy. With FreedomNet Solutions No Limits Internet all this can be possible for you.

With towers all across the state and servicing much of Lower Michigan, FreedomNet Solutions is proud to be the #1 wireless no limits internet service provider in the state. Being a local Internet provider allows us to be in tune with our customers’ needs be able to provide you with the best customer experience possible.

If you are interested and would like to know more information, feel free to fill out a Contact Us form, or call our offices at 866.669.4737 ext. 2 and speak with a sales representative. We would be happy to answer any questions you may have.