Watch OETA and Earn College Credit
Written by Holly on Friday January 22, 2010
Starting this Sunday, January 24, at 5 o'clock in the morning, OETA will begin airing the Spring Semester of Adult Learning Telecourses.
For many, many years.. (I'm not exactly sure how many, but at least as long as I've been here).. OETA has aired telecourses like this to help people who are enrolled in "Distance Learning" programs at colleges across the state. They enroll at a college, watch the programs that air on OETA and then take tests throughout the semester to earn college credit.
The telecourses are organized through Rose State College. For more information on enrolling and earning college credit, click here.
The telecourses will air Sunday through Saturday from 5am to 7am and will generally follow this pattern until the end of April:
Sundays: 5am - 6am Exploring Society: Introduction to Sociology
6am – 7am Voices in Democracy
Mondays: 5am – 6am Psychology: The Human Experience
6am – 7am Nutrition Pathways
Tuesdays: 5am – 6am Introduction to Marketing
6am – 7am Transforming America
Wednesdays: 5am – 6am Advanced English Composition: Research for Writers
6am – 7am English Composition: Writing for an Audience
Thursdays: 5am – 6am Power of Place: Geography for the 21st Century
6am – 7am The Examined Life
Fridays: 5am – 6am Journey to Health
6am–6:30am Choices & Change: Microeconomics
6:30am-7am Our Families, Ourselves
Saturdays: 5am – 6am Child Development: Stepping Stones
6am – 7am Taking the Lead