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Music, Engineering, and Computer Science

It is officially 2016 and edX is excited to offer a plethora of courses to help you start the year off right. Discover Beethoven’s 9th symphony, design biological circuits, understand the basics of IP address management, or learn how educators use data to improve learning. Make your resolution to learn something new in 2016 and enroll in a course today!

Beethoven’s 9th Symphony and the 19th Century Orchestra – Harvardx – January 7, 2016 – Self-Paced

Ludwig van Beethoven is regarded as one of the greatest musicians of all time. In this music course, you will learn about Beethoven’s 9th Symphony, one of the most well known works in classical music.  

Principles of Synthetic Biology – MITx – January 4, 2016

Synthetic biology is an interdisciplinary branch that combines two major disciples, biology and engineering. This course will introduce you to some challenging yet exciting concepts, as you learn how to design your very own biological regulatory circuits.

Implementing DHCP in Microsoft Windows Server – Microsoft – January 5, 2016 – Self-Paced

DHCP plays a vital role in the Windows Server networking infrastructure. In this course, you will implement IPv4 and IPv6 addressing, create and configure DHCP scopes, manage and maintain DHCP infrastructures and troubleshoot and monitor DHCP servers.

Introduction to Data Wise: A Collaborative Process to Improve Learning & Teaching – HarvardX – Self-Paced

This education and teacher training course will help you understand what the Data Wise Improvement Process is and how it can help improve teaching and learning. You will learn how to analyze a wide range of data sources and identify next steps in supporting a culture of collaborative data inquiry.

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