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Harvard University provides free online courses for students from a different educational background. These courses are called Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs). Anyone from anywhere in the world can access and enroll in these best online courses and start learning from top teachers of the world. edX is an online learning destination and MOOC provider, founded by Harvard University and MIT in 2012. edX is offering high-quality and unique courses from the world’s best teachers and universities and institutions to learners everywhere. edX has more than 90 global partners. The best thing about this platform is that edX university members top the QS World University Rankings with our founders receiving the top honors, and edX partner institutions ranking highly on the full list.
The courses from Harvard University can be audited free or students can choose to receive a verified certificate for a small fee. The free online courses are available Physics, Math, Chemistry, Computer Science, Architectural, Data Anaysis & Statistics, Energy & Earth Sciences , Humanities, Social Sciences, History, Art & Culture, Law, Literature, Education & Teacher Training, Biology & Life Sciences, Health & Safety, Communication, Business & Management, Economics & Finance.
The Architectural Imagination:Learn fundamental principles of architecture — as an academic subject or a professional career — from a study of history’s important buildings.
Poetry in America: Modernism:Reading works by Robert Frost, T.S. Eliot, Langston Hughes, Marianne Moore, William Carlos Williams, and Wallace Stevens, among others, learn how American Modernist poetry departed from past traditions and past forms.
Poetry in America: Emily Dickinson: This module, the fourth installment of the multi-part Poetry in America series, explores the work of Emily Dickinson. Although she never published during her lifetime, Dickinson ranks among the most prolific and widely-studied American poets.
Poetry in America: Whitman: This module, the third installment of the multi-part _Poetry in America _series, focuses on the poetry of Walt Whitman, a quintessentially American writer whose work continues to bear heavily upon the American poetic tradition.
Poetry in America: The Poetry of Early New England: This course, the first installment of the multi-part Poetry in America series, covers American poetry in cultural context through the year 1700. We begin with Puritan poets–some orthodox, some rebel spirits–who wrote and lived in early New England.
ContractsX 2017: Contracts are a part of our everyday life, arising in collaboration, trust, promise and credit. How are contracts formed? What makes a contract enforceable? What happens when one party breaks a promise?
Innovating in Health Care: Improve critical thinking about healthcare entrepreneurship by reading, discussing, and analyzing case studies and writing a business plan.
AP® Computer Science Principles: This is CS50 AP, Harvard University’s introduction to the intellectual enterprises of computer science and the art of programming for students in high school, which satisfies the College Board’s new AP CS Principles curriculum framework.
Using Python for Research: Take your introductory knowledge of Python programming to the next level and learn how to use Python 3 for your research.
Data Analysis and Statistics
Data Science: R Basics: In this first course of eight in the HarvardX Data Science series, we learn the basic building blocks of R. The series will cover data wrangling with dplyr, visualization with ggplot2, with ggplot2, file organization with UNIX/Linux, version control with git and GitHub, and reproducible document preparation with RStudio.
Game Design: Introductory and advanced online game design courses are more than just learning how to design a game. Online courses and programs are designed to introduce you to each of these areas and jump-start your career in this exciting and rapidly expanding field. Many courses are free, self-paced and can be completed in approximately 6-8 weeks.
Ideation: An introduction to the methods and goals of the idea development process from major universities and institutions worldwide. Edx offers both individual courses and advanced programs designed to help you learn about critical thinking, design thinking, new idea generation techniques and much more in an engaging and effective online learning environment complete with video tutorials, quizzes and more.
China (Part 2): The Creation and End of Centralized Empire: Part 2 covers the period from the Qin to the Sui with the creation of the first unified empire and an exploration of state building and dissolution, focusing on the realization of the self and the influence of Buddhism during the medieval period.
Fundamentals of Clinical Trials: Clinical trials play a pivotal role in evidence-based medicine. This course will discuss the design, conduct, analysis, and interpretation of Phase I-IV clinical studies.
Health and Society: The purpose of this course is to introduce students to the major social variables that affect population health.
Justice: Justice, one of the most famous courses taught at Harvard College, is an introduction to moral and political philosophy, offering an opportunity to discuss contemporary dilemmas and controversies.
Buddhism Through Its Scriptures:Learn about the rich and diverse beliefs and practices of Buddhists across time and place. Experience Buddhism through its scriptures, both relationally as well as academically.
Islam Through Its Scriptures: Learn about the Quran, the central sacred text of Islam, through an exploration of the rich diversity of roles and interpretations in Muslim societies.
JuryX: Deliberations for Social Change:Deliberate emotionally charged issues with your peers online without fear or rancor, and experience a system by which a jury, or any community, can move from a place of deep division to agreement and action.
Ancient Masterpieces of World Literature:Examine how cultures of the ancient world defined themselves through literature and how their vision of literature contributes to our understanding of civilization, culture, and literature today.