From aerodynamics to programming and sustainability, edX has the course for you. We’ve highlighted a few of the courses starting next week on edX, and you can browse our full course offerings to find the MOOC perfect for you. Enroll and start learning today.
If you’re interested in learning the basics of aerodynamics, then this is the engineering course for you. Enroll now to study the flow of air around a body by analyzing airplanes, and fundamental concepts behind aircraft analysis and design.
Are you ready to take your Microsoft Excel skills to the next level and explore new ways to visually transform your data? Enroll now to explore data analysis and visualization in one of the most widely used data programs. Topics such as the cloud benefits of Power BI, Power Pivot, pivot tables, and tools previously known as Power Query, will be covered.
Enroll in this economics and finance course to learn the Black-Scholes-Merton model and other mathematical models for pricing financial derivatives and hedging risk in financial markets. You’ll walk away with a better understanding on option pricing, risk-hedging methods, models beyond Black-Scholes, present day interest rate models and the pricing of interest risk derivatives, and the ability to evaluate the economics and mathematics of financial models presented.
If you’re interested in learning about sustainability and what it means in the business world, then this is the course for you. You’ll learn how sustainability issues influence strategy, how corporations transform these sustainability challenges into a competitive advantage and enhance your understanding of alternative models of strategic sustainable development.
This course, presented by Tufts University, focuses on the engineering and public health components needed to achieve the conservation of safe water both locally and globally. Enroll now to learn factors that influence how to approach critical water-related challenges and how to create interventions aimed toward improving public health.
All over the world, scientists are working with new technologies to replace fossil-based products with biobased products. This course will teach you sustainable processing for biobased products and their critical impact on global sustainability. During this interactive biology and life sciences course, you’ll be challenged to design and evaluate your own biotechnological process.
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