Whether it’s a core course in your program, a full degree, or an opportunity to choose an elective, Plymouth State’s online graduate courses are taught by Plymouth State’s faculty, as well as by collaborative partners. From adventure learning to technology integration, Plymouth State’s collaborative partners offer highly specialized and relevant coursework which can be applied to many degree programs.
There are many advantages to online learning: coursework can be completed when it’s convenient to you, there’s no need to leave home, and the online learning community is diverse, as students from around the world can enroll in classes. Most online coursework is supplemented by textbooks, online chat, discussion posts, e-mail, and other online media. Enrolling in an online class does require particular discipline and independence, in addition to an internet connection and basic technological skills.
To register for online collaborative partnership courses you must first contact and register with the online learning organization. After completing your course, please contact the College of Graduate Studies to register for graduate credits. You must register with both organizations in order to receive credit for the course.
- American Museum of Natural History (AMNH)
- American University of Antigua (AUA)
- Arizona Community Colleges
- Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD)
- Granite State College
- High 5 Adventure Learning Center
- McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center
- New England League of Middle Schools (NELMS)
- OPEN NH
- PBS TeacherLine
- Project Adventure
- Seacoast Center for Education
- Upper Valley Educators Institute (UVEI)
- VHS Collaborative (VHS)