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January 22, 2016 | Justine Goulart
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Learn about the essential role algorithms play in Big Data analysis. This data analysis and statistics course will teach you the principles of machine learning, a prevalent and growing field in data science.
Entrepreneurship is not only about a great idea or finding a customer, sooner or later a start up needs financing. Learn about the entire venture capital process, from understanding a VCs perspective to negotiating a deal in this business and management course.
The hospitality industry is bigger, richer and more complex than its ever been. In this business and management course, you will learn from international industry experts how to successfully operate within the hospitality and hotel management industry.
Learn about the joy and excitement of creating music. This music course will teach you how to construct and identify different scales, intervals and songs.
Embark on your entrepreneurial path today. Learn, from MIT’s entrepreneurship program, the basic tools and skills needed to perform market research, pitch and sell to customers and come up with an idea.
Learn the Italian language while exploring the rich culture and lifestyle of Italy. In this beginner language course, you will learn how to communicate in social situations as well as understand the grammatical structures of the language.
Want to improve the living conditions in your city and create a more sustainable environment? In this engineering course, you will learn about innovative solutions and principles for transforming metropolitan regions into prosperous cities.
Structural art is defined as work that attains excellence in the the areas of efficiency, economy, and elegance. In this engineering course, you will learn about the methods, formulas and art behind building bridges.
Most of our universe is made of plasma, including the stars and sun. This energy and earth sciences course will discuss the many applications of plasma, including it’s importance in space and astrophysics, medicinal and industrial uses, and how it can contribute to sustainable energy development.
Proteins are the molecular workforce of living organisms. In this biology course, learn about the composition, bonds and structures that make up these complex and dynamic proteins.