I'm not sure how I managed to find this (I think I was looking for stuff on historical preservation) but I found that the U.S. National Park Service offers self-paced distance education courses in archaeology. There are five courses: Managing Archaeological Collections Archaeology for Interpreters Interpretation for Archaeologists Study Tour of Archaeological Interpretation Assessment of Archeology Interpretation http://www.nps.gov/history/archeology/tools/distLearn.htm These courses are free but you can't get credit for them like the FEMA courses. I thought these might be interesting especially for someone studying or doing work with some area of history. It could be a nice resume booster for someone looking for work in the history/museum fields. You can even get a free certificate but you can print one that is nicer on your own!