Beekeeping from the University of Montana. You can advance through three levels, from Apprentice to Master. The entire program takes three years to complete. The Apprentice is a month-long course finishing up with a day-long hands-on session at the Ft. Missoula Apiary.
The sites below aren’t going to give you credit for the coursework, BUT, by taking advantage of the help they have to offer, you’ll find it much easier to achieve your goals at your regular school.
Khan Academy is a wonderful site for students K-12th grade needing help with anything from math to physics. Bill Gates was so impressed with it that his Foundation is helping with its production. Lessons are broken down into short, easily understood units, and there are over 4,300 from which to choose. Whether you’re a student, a teacher looking for a new approach to a subject, or a parent wanting to help your kids, you don’t want to overlook Khan Academy. I can’t say enough good things about it!
edX offers you the opportunity to take courses online from some of the finest professors at world-class universities—Harvard, MIT, UC Berkeley, to name a few. Everything from Science & Cooking: From Haute Cuisine to Soft Matter Science and The Greek Hero to Justice. Once you register, you can opt to audit the course or earn a certificate. Best of all, it’s free.
Udacity has free college-level courses for students—from the beginner to the advanced. Intro courses to Computer Science, Physics, Artificial Intelligence to name a few. Check it out.