Online learning, also referred to as distance education, may be a good way to experience the U.S. education system without leaving home. U.S. institutions offer a spread of full-time degree programs at undergraduate and graduate levels also as individual courses.

Classes are facilitated through a spread of methods, including websites, mobile apps, email, telephones, and more. To receive credit from a U.S. institution for distance learning, the scholar usually pays a tuition fee. 

There are options now available for online learning like Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) that are usually tuition-free, but in most cases don’t offer credit. The U.S. Department of State also facilitates a free in-person MOOC Camp program in many countries.

In addition to full-time degree programs or individual courses, some U.S. institutions of upper education offer part-time blended programs which will be partially online and need occasional on-campus attendance, called “low-residency programs.”

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Updated: January 28, 2021 — 8:22 am

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