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Learn how to effectively train your body, what the most violent things in our universe are, or how to better present data using Excel. EdX offers courses from top universities and organizations to help you gain the skills and knowledge you need to be successful. Have you ever wondered, “what is microbiology?” Or wondered what courses a student should take to become a data scientist? Find the course for you and enroll today!

The Conquest of Space: Space Exploration and Rocket Science – UC3Mx – February 9, 2016

Have you ever dreamed about being an astronaut? Are you fascinated by space and aerospace engineering?  This engineering course combines both with an exciting journey through the history of space with an overview of the basic technical aspects of aerospace engineering. 

Supply Chain Fundamentals: MITx MicroMaster’s Credential in Supply Chain Management – MITx –  February 10, 2016 

Earn an MITx MicroMaster’s Credential. This business and management course will teach you how to master fundamental logistical concepts and build the intuition needed to successfully manage a supply chain. 

The Body Matters: Why Exercise Makes You Healthy and How to Stay Uninjured –  McGillX – February 10, 2016

Strength training is an important aspect for maintaining our quality of life as we age. In this health course, you will learn from leaders in sports and exercise medicine how to be active and prevent and treat injuries.

Compliance in Office 365: Data Governance – Microsoft – February 8, 2016

How many times has the auto recovery feature on MS Office saved you? In this computer science course, you will learn about data leak prevention, how to manage data governance and how Office 365 controls the information you want to keep.

Quality of Life: Livability in Future Cities – ETHx – February 8, 2016

Going beyond physical appearance, how can you make a city more livable? By focusing on livability in existing and new cities, this architecture course will address what livability is, how we measure it, and the factors that affect it.

Astrophysics: The Violent Universe – ANUx – February 9, 2016- Self Paced

Learn about the most deadly, violent things in our universe, including black holes, gamma ray bursts, and neutron stars. In this physic courses, you’ll learn where they come from, how they explode and how we are able to study them. 

Career Edge: Business and Data Analysis – FullbridgeX – February 9, 2016 – Self Paced

Are you familiar with the basic language of finance? Do you know how to use Excel to execute basic analyses? In this business and management course, you will learn how to communicate, evaluate and present financial and market data.

Respiration in the Human Body – LouvainX – February 8, 2016

How does respiration differ when we exercise versus when we are at high altitudes? What is the link between respiration and well-being? This biology and life sciences course will teach you about human respiratory physiology.

Principles of Biochemistry – Harvard – Self Paced

Biochemistry is the discipline that helps us describe life. But, how does it impact science and the treatment of disease in the 21st century? In this biology and life sciences, you will learn how life works at the nanoscale level, how energy molecules are made, and how they interact to keep us alive. 

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