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From the Big Bang all the way to the solar system, this energy and earth science course will explore nine of the biggest unsolved mysteries in astronomy.
Harvard, MIT and the University of Tokyo present a three-part series focusing on the social developments in Japan. Learn the history of Japan, from the 1850s to 1930s, and analyze the change and developments in postwar Tokyo.
Explore the basics of cloud computing services and models through Microsoft Azure. This computer science course will give you the fundamentals needed to move on to more advanced Windows Server-based courses.
Find the job for you! This career development course will help you explore, define and strategize your professional opportunities and teach you how to advance your career.
Learn how to apply matrix algebra to linear models and how they are used to show differences between experimental units. Join to delve into biology and life science in this second course of the eight-part series.
Understand the power and beauty of modern programming. In Part 2 of this computer science course, you will learn programming concepts and techniques and have the opportunity to instantly apply them through advanced browser based tools.
Learn about vitamins, minerals, and the effect they have on our bodies and health. This food and nutrition course will also focus on global hunger and malnutrition and discuss strategies to help correct these issues.
This business information systems series helps you prepare for the CLEP exam. In Part 3, you will learn about software and systems development.
Learn how to describe the appearance, aroma flavor and taste of different styles of wine. In this chemistry course, you will learn about the art and science behind wine making.
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