Start Your Semester Online with American Collegiate Live
Are you still waiting to receive your visa so you can travel to the US? Don’t delay your studies — through American Collegiate Live, you can begin earning credits right now! Start your degree program from the comfort of your home and stay on track with your academic goals.
What Is American Collegiate Live?
American Collegiate Live gives you the opportunity to start your undergraduate studies online, from home. Study live, in real time, and earn recognized credits at top-ranked higher education destinations. Make new friends from around the world, refine and practice both conversational and academic English, and get guided support before heading to the US.
With American Collegiate Live, benefit from:
Classes run every semester, and students can enroll from any location. Classes are designed to accommodate busy schedules and multiple time zones.
Using state-of-the-art interactive technology, American Collegiate Live’s digital classroom provides real-time interactions and opportunities to collaborate with instructors and peers. Student surveys indicate more engagement than traditional classrooms!
Work toward your degree with recognized credits and stay on track.
Improve your English proficiency with the help of your professors and dedicated English-language classes.
Here’s What American Collegiate
Live Students Have to Say
Hundreds of international students have successfully started their study in the US journeys through American Collegiate Live.
“You will feel that the professor is standing in front of you delivering the course. We do not have any barriers communicating.”
—Cynthia from China, University of Massachusetts Amherst: Electrical and Computer Engineering
“You feel connected with the teacher more than how you would in real life. There’s more eye contact so the experience feels very personal. You don’t feel shy about voicing your opinion and questions because you already feel comfortable with the teacher.”
—Omar from Qatar
“American Collegiate Live provided a great opportunity to earn US university credits early, [and has] helped to accelerate my graduation date.”
–Yijia from China, Boston University, psychology major
Earn Recognized Credits
Check out the following list of recognized credits you can work toward throughout your American Collegiate Live program:
|American Collegiate Live Course||American Collegiate Live Credit Hours||University of Utah Course||University of Utah Credit Hours|
|Poets, Warriors, and Sages: The Greeks (CLSICS 180)||3||The Greeks (CL CV 1560)||3|
|Introduction of Communication (COMM 100)||3||General Elective (1000-level COMM elective)||3|
|Principles of Microeconomics (ECON 101)||3||Principles of Microeconomics (ECON 2010)||3|
|Composition I (ENGL 101)||3||Introduction to Academic Writing (WRTG 1010)||3|
|The Nature of Environmental Problems (ENVSTY 101)||3||Introduction to Environment and Sustainability (ENVST 2100)||3|
|Academic Reading and Writing (ESL 100DE)||4 ESL Credits||Introduction to Expository Composition (EAS)||3|
|College Algebra (MATH 115)||3||Intermediate Algebra (MATH 1010)||3|
|Precalculus (MATH 130)||3||Elective credit||3|
|Calculus 1 (MATH 140)||4||Calculus 1 (MATH 1210)||4|
|Introduction to Business (MGT 130)||3||General Elective (GE)||3|
|Global Studies Gateway (MLLC 390)||1||General Elective (GE)||1|
|Introduction to Computers and Information Systems (MSIS 110)||3||Computer Essentials (IS 2010)||3|
|Fundamentals of Physics (PHYSIC 113)||4||Physics for Scientists and Engineers I (PHYS 2210)||3|
|International Relations (POLSCI 220)||3||Introduction to International Relations (POLS 2100)||3|
ESL placement testing required upon arrival to campus