Bring ASU college courses to your high school
You may be searching for ways to continue to teach your students. Through Universal Learner Courses, students in high school have the unique opportunity to test the college waters and earn college credit, without having to incur the financial or GPA risks.
Universal Learner Courses offer the following benefits:
How it works
- Submit your information above.
- An ASU team member will reach out to review faciliation models, help you identify which one you would like to pursue and guide you through the implementation.
- Students will log in to our platform and begin making progress toward their college degree.
Why offer Universal Learner Courses?
Universal Learner Courses benefit high school students in a number of ways.
Promote college readiness among the student body.
Increase access to advanced college-level material, especially in the STEM fields.
Provide affordable college credit options.
Flexible facilitation models
Choose from one of three facilitation models for Universal Learner Courses.
Individual modelSchool does not provide space or teacher. Student signs up and takes the course outside of school, on his or her own time and schedule.
Supervised modelTeachers provide support or office hours, but students complete the coursework largely on their own time and schedule. This is a great option for schools with limited teacher resources.
Facilitated modelTeacher facilitates course through scheduled class time (during the COVID-19 pandemic, this may be through the use of tools like Zoom) and guides students through material.
Pathways into academic colleges at ASU
Pathways provide endless opportunities for students to study what they love.
Engineering Fast Track
For students interested in STEM
The Engineering Fast Track is a way to help high school students accelerate earning an engineering degree by taking specific college courses offered online: MAT 265, CHM 114, FSE 100 and CSE 110. Upon completion, students will receive a STEM Record of Achievement and also be well on their way to completing the 3+1 program.
To see if your engineering degree of interest requires the courses listed above, please review the degree major map by searching for the degree here. You can also review our shortened engineering degree pathway guide.
Interested in bringing Universal Learner Courses to your high school?
Contact us today by submitting your information, and our team will follow up to schedule a time to talk.