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Online Courses for College Credit

If your campus and job plans are on hold, make the most of your time
by taking our transfer-friendly online courses for college credit.

Earn college credits in as little as 8 weeks.

With low costs and no long-term commitment, taking individual online courses for college credit can help you catch up or get ahead on your course requirements or take the next step to finishing your degree.

Choose from more than 200 transfer-friendly classes, and in as little as 8 weeks, earn college credits that could be applied to toward a degree at SNHU or another university.

Individual online courses start soon

Undergraduate Term starts 05/03/21

  • Individual 3-credit undergraduate classes cost $960 ($320 per credit)
  • 8-week terms

Graduate Term starts 05/10/21

  • individual 3-credit graduate classes cost $1,881 ($627 per credit)
  • 10-week terms

Please note that financial aid is not available for students taking individual courses only. Learn more about tuition.

Why take individual online courses?

Catch Up or Get Ahead

Catch Up or Get Ahead

By taking transfer-friendly online courses now, you may be able to lighten your course load required by your degree program at SNHU or another university.

Transfer Your Credits

Transfer Your Credits

Course credits may be transferred to a degree program at SNHU or another university, depending on your program’s transfer policy.

Check your degree program’s transfer policy to see how many SNHU online course credits are transferrable.
Upskill for Career Moves

Upskill for Career Moves

For moving up the ladder or changing fields entirely, new skills can help make you more marketable.

SNHU makes it easy to get started — and has been teaching online since 1995

  • No application fees
  • No entrance exams
  • Accredited and affordable
  • Terms start frequently
  • 24/7 tech support
  • Personal academic coaching
  • Courses developed by subject experts
  • 200+ transfer-friendly programs

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