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Wayne L. Klein, PhD

Neuropsychological Assessment of Children & Adults; Couples & Individual Psychotherapy Offices in Franklin, MA & Spaulding Center for Children, Sandwich, MA
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BEAT THE BURSAR


There are now a number of ways to take college courses and earn college credits for little to no money. With the amount of debt with which students graduate every year, these are an affordable alternative to the traditional university education. The options below are available to all students, young and old.

 

 

Coursera
Coursera is a website that offers free online courses in numerous subjects taught by professors from a number of excellent universities here and abroad. For a fee, you can receive a certificate of completion. Brick-and-mortar universities are moving towards accepting credit for these courses.

 

 

EdX

EdX, founded by Harvard University and MIT, offers free online courses from Harvard, MIT, and UC Berkeley, and is expanding to include courses from more top universities in the US and abroad. Depending on the class, you may receive a certificate of completion at no cost.

 

 

Here is an article on the increasing popularity of Alternative Credentialing Approaches.