New Science Courses Fulfill Your College’s Lab Requirement Online

Barry Lenson

Science Courses Fulfill Your College’s Lab Requirement If your college requires you to take a biology or chemistry course with a lab component, you’ve probably been thinking that you’ll have to pay top dollar and travel back and forth to campus to take your class.

Not so. Now these StraighterLine courses let you complete your lab work entirely online, with no need to ever set foot in a science building . . .

Each of these courses will earn you four credit hours that you can transfer to your regular college or to a StraighterLine Partner College. And they are economically priced at less than one-third the price you would pay for a class on campus.

How StraighterLine’s Online Lab Courses Work

When you enroll, you will receive a kit that contains all the supplies you need to complete your lab work. To complete the laboratory assignments that are part of your course, you will fill out lab reports, take any required quizzes, and submit pictures of your lab work. Your assignment will be evaluated by online tutors.

These courses have been developed for StraighterLine by, a leader in developing course materials for online science courses. They are cutting-edge in every way, easy to use – and you will enjoy using them.

To Learn More . . .

There’s no need to spend $1,000, $1,200 or more to complete your science requirement. Call (877) 787-8375 to speak with a StraighterLine Enrollment Counselor now.

Science Courses Fulfill Your College’s Lab Requirement

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2 thoughts on “New Science Courses Fulfill Your College’s Lab Requirement Online”

  • Akintayo Olugbenga Adewale
    Akintayo Olugbenga Adewale October 28, 2013 at 10:23 am

    Thanks for providing us new courses to make our college experience easier. Could you please consider providing further business and management courses? We need Upper Level credit courses too. Introduction to Marketing and Human Resource Management are 2 courses that people will rush when they are introduced. Thanks

  • Joseph Thibault

    Akintayo, you might help us out by voting on the next courses we consider for development, do it here: