Broaden Your Opportunities with KET Distance Learning
Whether you are looking for specialized courses, easier scheduling, or a high quality and affordable way to expand your high school and dual credit offerings, KET Distance Learning is your solution. Courses combine the independence of online study with personalized attention from KET’s certified teachers and experienced tutors. Media-rich courses offer innovative and inspiring instruction in world languages, the arts, physics, and economics.
Your students will love the options, and you and your staff will appreciate the flexibility and low cost. KET will tailor courses to fit your specific needs and schedules. Facilitation and recordkeeping requirements are manageable. No minimum enrollment is required. And KET’s competitive tuition makes 21st-century learning an option in every learning setting.
Dual Credit Now Available
KET is partnering with Morehead State University to offer dual credit options for several distance learning courses through Morehead's Early College program. This program offers students the opportunity to earn three hours of college credit upon the successful completion of their course. Public colleges and universities in Kentucky have agreements in place to make it easy to transfer college credits. If you plan to transfer the credits, please check with the college or university you would like to attend to make sure the MSU college credits will transfer.
KET currently offers a dual credit option for Arts in Culture, German I and II, and Latin I and II. We are pleased to announce that, beginning Fall 2016, our dual credit offerings will expand to include the following courses:
- German 3
- Latin 3 and Latin Literature
- Mandarin Chinese I and II
- Spanish I and II
The KET Difference
One of the U.S.’s most comprehensive Latin programs: Latin I, II, III, IV, and AP, essential for many science and medical fields, or for any student seeking a deeper understanding of the English language.
A truly creative way to fulfill Kentucky’s arts and humanities graduation requirement: Arts in Culture brings the arts to life with video, audio, and images.
No physics lab? No problem: Enhance your on-site physics classes with our award-winning, nationally recognized Virtual Physics Labs©.
New for 2016: Economics and Personal Finance, the elective every student should take to gain financial literacy.
Dual credit options available for some courses.