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Learn how to better prepare for a natural coastal disaster, identify important aspects of music just by listening to it or build a movie recommendation search engine using Python. EdX has exciting new courses starting soon in a variety of subjects to help enhance your skills and knowledge.

Introduction to Banking and Financial Markets- I – IIMBx – January 19, 2016

Banking and financial markets have evolved over the last several decades. In this economics and finance course, you will learn about the theory, concepts, and tools used to analyze these complex and dynamic ecosystems.


Tsunamis and Storm Surges: Introduction to Coastal Disasters – WasedaX – January 18, 2016

Learn about the concepts and measures used to prevent natural coastal disasters from Japanese experts with disaster experience. In this environmental studies course, you will use worldwide field surveys to better understand the nature of storm surges and tsunamis.


Basic Mandarin Chinese – Part 2 – MandarinX – January 18, 2016

Enhance your Mandarin Chinese skills in this language course. Learn how to shop, look for accommodations and make a good first impression, all while further developing your Mandarin Chinese grammar and sentence patterns.


Introduction to Python for Data Science – Microsoft – January 19, 2016

Learn the basics of Python, a powerful programming language that can be used to build practically any piece of software. This computer science course will focus on Python’s use in data science, including Python lists, Numpy arrays and Pandas DataFrames.


Jazz Appreciation – UTAustinX – January 19, 2016

Jazz: America’s great original art form. In this this music course, you will develop the ability to describe the music you hear, learn about the unique tools used in Jazz and understand how this art form works.


Smithsonian’s Objects That Define America – SmithsonianX – January 19, 2016 – Self-Paced

Examine America’s history from a unique perspective. This art and culture course will expose you to iconic and symbolic objects that help tell the story of America’s past.


Solving Public Policy Problems: UC Berkeley’s Eightfold Path – UC BerkeleyX –  January 19, 2016

The eightfold path is a framework anyone involved with policy making should learn to use. This social sciences course will show you the set of tools used to develop more effective problem solving from the faculty at the Goldman School of Public Policy, the top-ranked graduate academy in this field.


Inclusive Leadership Training: Becoming a Successful Leader – CatalystX – January 19, 2016

Are you a leader? In this business and management course, you will learn fundamental principles of 21st century leadership, grasp key concepts to overcome roadblocks, and build a personal leadership plan.


Fun with Prime Numbers: The Mysterious World of Mathematics – KyotoUX – January 21, 2016

Prime numbers have many interesting properties. In this mathematics course, you will learn the laws, properties and recent discoveries of prime numbers in a fun and interactive way.


Introduction to Biomedical Imaging – UQx – Self-Paced

Have you ever gotten an MRI, X-Ray or CT Scan? In this biology course, you will learn about the fundamental principles of medical imaging and get a glimpse into the future of this technology.


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