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Using pinyin, the official phonetic system for transcribing Mandarin pronunciations into latin alphabets, this language course will teach you 7 essential language techniques, from dialogue to Chinese characters.
It is estimated that by the year 2020, about 25 billion devices will be connected. This data analysis and statistics course will examine complex softwares like facial recognition and teach you about the major concepts of connectivity.
Looking at Warring States China, one of the most interesting periods in philosophy, this course will teach you mindfulness techniques and what it means to study religious thought and the thought of other cultures.
This computer science principles course is designed to broaden participation in computing, to everyone, especially beginners. You will learn the basics of programming by doing a fair amount of it in a language called Snap.
By learning from top AP instructors, this economics course will help you master the AP Macroeconomics curriculum through practicing with exam style questions and explanations.
How do data scientists exercise statistical thinking in designing data collection? In this data analysis and statistics course, you will learn concepts ranging from data inferences to linear regression and data visualization.
How should you get started on your job search? This career development course will cover everything you need in order to find and land a job, from resume building to networking and interview skills.
DNA is the molecular carrier for our genetic information. This biology and life sciences course will explore DNA structure, including topics such as it’s location, movement, function, and the types of damage which affect it’s structure.
By spending most of your time in an interactive coding interface, you will learn how to use Python, not only for building practically any piece of software, but also for data science.