There has been a revolution in free online education. This can benefit each of us. Is there an area where you would like more information? An area you are interested in but not sure if you want to enroll in a class? Maybe you want to try a class in an area not offered at AUP?
Take a look at some of the free courses available on the web. Some of these may be able to help you in your current coursework as supplementary information.
"Udacity is a totally new kind of learning experience. You learn by solving challenging problems and pursuing udacious projects with world-renowned university instructors (not by watching long, boring lectures)."
Courses offered by various universities - Univ. of Pennsylvania, Univ. California Berkeley, Univ. of Michigan, Princeton, Stanford, Univ. Illinois Urbana-Champaign, Univ. of Toronto, Johns Hopkins and more!
"MIT OpenCourseWare is a free publication of MIT course materials that reflects almost all the undergraduate and graduate subjects taught at MIT." There are no degrees, no certificates - there is an opportunity for learning.
"Tufts' course offerings demonstrate the University's strength in the life sciences in addition to its multidisciplinary approach, international perspective and underlying ethic of service to its local, national and international communities"
"As a proud member of the OCW Consortium, the University of California, Irvine strives to play a significant role in the contribution to the social welfare of the state, the nation and the world by making high quality UC course materials free on a global scale to educators, students, and self-learners."
"University of the People (UoPeople) is the world’s tuition-free, non-profit, online academic institution dedicated to opening access to higher education globally. Based on the principles of e-learning and peer-to-peer learning, coupled with open-source technology and Open Educational Resources, UoPeople is designed to provide access to undergraduate degree programs for qualified individuals, despite financial, geographic or societal constraints."