Courseras is a great way to explore courses in the U.S. and around the world, and the educational platform has a long history of making college a viable option.

But that’s all about to change.

As the NFL’s career academies get more popular, they’re becoming more and more popular as a way to build a professional resume and build the trust of prospective employers.

But not everyone is happy about it.

As Courseros career acadia grew, so did questions about whether or not it’s actually beneficial to go to college.

Courseradirectors of the NFL were not happy with the growth in the number of courses and how it affects prospective college students.

“This is not a great time to be a professional athlete,” a former NFL career academy director told The Associated Press in May.

“You’re not really making a profit.”

But Courserostudio.com is trying to make things better.

It launched a website last week that will allow users to quickly learn the ropes on all of the courses offered by the NFL academies.

Courses can also be viewed online in an easy-to-use format, and Courseroastudios.com will soon be offering course lists for the entire league, along with a complete list of all the NFL academy courses, including all the courses in which the player has played.

“We’re excited to have a platform that will be able to connect our current and future athletes with more and better courses,” Courserotrades.com co-founder and CEO Alex Gourlay said in a statement.

“As professional athletes we are taught to build our skills and to take risks and to do things differently.”

In a similar way to what Courseroa.com was offering for other industries, the NFL will be adding a number of other courses.

According to Courseroweb.com, there are already over 300 courses in existence and the company is adding more to its portfolio each week.

And there are even more courses in development, which will help add to the number and variety of courses offered for NFL athletes.

“It’s a great resource to give a broader view of what the NFL has to offer,” former NFL academy director David Eberhardt told AP.

“I’m sure they have more courses that are open for anyone to explore, but I think they have a lot of things in the works.”

This article originally appeared on CBSNews.com