Are you still waiting to receive your visa so you can travel to the US? Not quite ready to move to campus, or do you want to save some money but still earn academic credits at your future university? Don’t delay your studies — through American Collegiate Live, you can 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:
- Flexible studies: Classes run every semester, and students can enroll from any location. Classes are designed to accommodate busy schedules and multiple time zones.
- Engaging classes: 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!
- Recognized credits: Work toward your degree with recognized credits and stay on track.
- English-language support: Improve your English proficiency with the help of your professors and dedicated English-language classes.
“American Collegiate Live provided a great opportunity to earn US university credits early, [and has] helped to accelerate my graduation date.”
American University, psychology major
Earn Recognized Credits
Check out the following list of recognized credits you can work toward throughout your American Collegiate Live program:
|ACL Course Name||ACL Credit Hours||American University Course Name||American University Credit Hours|
|Introduction to Biology (BIOU 101)||3||100-Level Biology Elective||3|
|Introduction to Computers & Data Processing (CSCU 200)||3||100-Level General Elective||3|
|Principles of Microeconomics (ECNU 202)||3||Microeconomics (ECON 200)||3|
|Writing & Rhetoric (ENGU 103)||3||College Writing (WRT 100)||3|
|Introduction to Environmental Science (ESCU 101)||3||Energy and Resources (ENVS 220)||3|
|United States History Survey II (HISU 103)||3||US History Since 1865 (HIST 206)||3|
|Principles of Management (MGTU 301)||3||300-Level Management Elective||3|
|Introduction to Psychology (PSYU 101)||3||Introduction to Psychology (PSYC 100)||3|
|Introduction to Sociology (SOCU 101)||3||100-Level Sociology Elective||3|
*University to evaluate course credit upon submission and review of official transcripts to American University Admissions.
Start your degree online
With American Collegiate Live, you can stay on track with your journey toward studying in the US. Contact our advisor to request a virtual start today.