1 Reply Latest reply: Oct 27, 2012 6:52 AM by michelle147
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    Depends on the university or college offering the class.  Open enrollment courses without a paid subscription does not always equivocate college credit for the course.   Some colleges provide courses to anyone interested as a tutorial service.  For example, at my college, a math instructor has posted a college algebra course that is open and free to anyone who wants to download it; but it cannot be taken for college credit unless you enroll at that college.

    We have high school students who dual-enroll; meaning they take college courses while finishing high school.


    SO, if you find a class you would like to take in iTunesU for college credit, follow up with that college/university to find out if you can receive credit.