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Whether you want to learn about cultures in South Asia, design effective computer systems, understand your rights or lend your ear to 18th century musical performances, edX has the course that will help you gain knowledge and learn new skills. Explore edX courses and start learning today!

Analyzing Global Trends for Business and Society – WhartonX – November 15, 2015

Learn key concepts to better understand and adapt to global trends. This business course will prepare you to be an effective manager in the ever-changing global landscape.

Introduction to MongoDB using the MEAN Stack –  MongoDBx – November 16, 2015

In this computer science course, you will learn how to build a shopping cart application using the MEAN stack and gain a high-level understanding of how all the components of the MEAN stack fit together.

Human Rights: The Right to Freedom of Expression – Amnesty InternationalX – November 17, 2015

Empower yourself and gain the knowledge to protect your rights and others. Facilitators from human rights movements and activists from the frontlines around the world will listen, guide and interact with you as you transform yourself into an agent of change. 

Engaging India – ANUx – November 16, 2015

India is a country steeped in rich cultural heritage. In this history course, you will learn about Indian cultures, languages, history, politics and economics, and discover how these elements help us better understand the country today.

Introduction to Programming with Java Part 1: Starting to Code with Java  – UC3Mx – November 17, 2015

Learn to think computationally! In this computer science course, you will learn the basics of the Java programming language, how to write good programs, and how to deal with data scriptures. 

Computation Structures – Part 2: Computer Architecture – MITx – November 17, 2015

Computational systems helps us efficiently store, manipulate and communicate information. In this computer science course, you will learn about the rules and methods used for designing functional and organized computer systems.

Quantum Mechanics of Molecular Structures – UTokyoX – November 17, 2015

Learn about the importance of geometrical structure in molecules and the methods used to determine these structures.

First Nights: Handel’s Messiah and Baroque Oratorio – HarvardX – November 15, 2015

Listen to beautiful music as you learn about oratorios and operas of the 18th century. This music course will examine German composer George Frederic Handel’s oratorio Messiah. 

The Extremes of Life: Microbes and Their Diversity – KyotoUx – November 19, 2015

Learn how microorganisms grow in different climates and environments. In this biology and life science course, you will learn about different microbes and how they survive, even in the most extreme environments.

Anthropology of Current World Issues – UQx – Self-Paced

In this humanities course, you will take a closer look at your own perspectives on the world, your environment and yourself, and learn how to apply these views to current issues around the world.

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