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25 Most Popular Online Courses Starting in February 2023

The 25 most popular free online university courses and MOOCs starting in February 2023.

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Here are the 25 most popular free online university courses and Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) starting in February 2023, based on Class Central learners’ activity.

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Python Basics: Interacting with the Internet
University of California, Davis via Coursera
Students will begin in Python by bridging between the basics of a programming language and interacting with the Internet in fun new ways. In technical terms, the parts of Python you’ll learn are arithmetic, variables, values, and modules. At a higher level, we’ll learn what an API is by playing with cat memes.

Planetary Health for Nurses
Yale University via Coursera
Nurses can play a central role in mitigating and adapting to current and future health threats from climate change. This course provides nurses with tailored information about climate change related stressors and how they impact the health of populations and communities around the world.

Investment Management
Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur via Swayam
This course provides a broad overview of investment management, focusing on the application of finance theory to the issues faced by portfolio managers and investors in general.

Helping Families Avoid Negative Court Involvement Teach-Out
Johns Hopkins University via Coursera
This course will teach learners how to understand when issues can become legal issues, encourage learners to recognize legal problems early, identify possible “legal soft spots” in their own situations, and act when issues are identified to avoid them escalating.

Basics of Mental Health & Clinical Psychiatry
Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur via Swayam
The main goal of this course is to provide an introductory exposure to nature of various psychiatric disorders as well as provide concept based learning to undergraduates in Healthcare sector.

Power and Foreign Policy in International Relations
O.P. Jindal Global University via Coursera
This course acquaints you with how power matters in the conduct of international relations and how it affects the strategies and tactics of a nation-state in dealing with other nation-states.

Intro to Managing Ethics in the Workplace & Marketplace
Northeastern University via Coursera
Are you seeking practical guidance for improved decision making in business situations involving critical ethical issues? This course is designed to help you.

Advanced Computational Techniques
Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur via Swayam
This course is designed as an introductory course on advanced topics on numerical methods for engineering and science students.

Constraint Programming
Université catholique de Louvain via edX
Learn the basics of constraint programming from the implementation of solvers to modeling techniques for solving concrete combinatorial problems such as routing and scheduling.

An Introduction to Data-Driven Supply Chain Resilience Management
RWTH Aachen University via edX
This course teaches the foundations of data-driven supply chain resilience management and prepares the students to lead the discussion on supply chain resilience within their company.

Question Reality: Mind
Dartmouth College via Coursera
This course explores questions about mathematics, nature, perfection, logic, computers, simulations, and different perspectives on the nature of human consciousness. You will also be able to determine what free will means to you and your reality.

Python Essentials for MLOps
Duke University via Coursera
Python Essentials for MLOps is a course designed to provide learners with the fundamental Python skills needed to succeed in an MLOps role. This course covers the basics of the Python programming language, including data types, functions, modules and testing techniques.

Intro to Strategic Management for Healthcare Organizations
Northeastern University via Coursera
In this course, you will have an opportunity to explore general business strategy concepts as they relate to the healthcare industry. You will also examine how strategic decisions are made within organizations.

SAP Implement, Monitor & QA Testing
SAP via Coursera
SAP Implement, Monitor and QA/Testing is the fifth course in the SAP Technology Consultant Professional Certificate program. You’ll learn how to collaborate with stakeholders and other SAP professionals for key phases in the SAP Implementation lifecycle.

The Science of Happiness and Wellbeing
Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur via Swayam
This tested and highly successful course from IIT Kharagpur’s Rekhi Centre of Excellence for the Science of Happiness is designed to take one step by step through the science as well as the discovery of the road to happiness.

Foundations of Culture and Communication
University of Queensland via edX
This course will introduce you to the main concepts and theories in cross-cultural and intercultural communication. It focuses on diversity not only among cultures, but also within cultures and within our social interaction, both verbal and non-verbal.

Python Basics: Retrieving Online Data
University of California, Davis via Coursera
In technical terms, the parts of Python you’ll learn are strings, lists, Booleans, errors, lists, and list manipulation. In the process you’ll use Python to automatically read Wikipedia and Twitter.

Introduction to 3D Modeling
University of Michigan via Coursera
On this four-week practical course from the University of Michigan, you’ll not only learn how to use the Rhino software to create your 3D models, but you’ll also gain basic design skills to help bring your imagination to life.

Data Creation and Collection for Artificial Intelligence via Crowdsourcing
Delft University of Technology via edX
Learn how crowdsourcing offers a viable means to leverage human intelligence at scale for data creation, enrichment and interpretation, demonstrating a great potential to improve both the performance of AI systems and their trustworthiness and increase the adoption of AI in general.

Sustainable Urban Regeneration
Università Bocconi via Coursera
The course explores sustainable urban regeneration considering its contribution to sustainability through an integrated and multidisciplinary approach. This allows for planning, assessing, and evaluating urban regeneration processes and projects considering different stakeholders’ perspectives.

Benjamin Franklin and His World
University of Pennsylvania via Coursera
We examine Franklin’s early life growing up in the American colonies, his professional career as a printer and scientist, and his role in the American Revolution and the founding the United States.

Question Reality: Matter
Dartmouth College via Coursera
In this course, you will walk through a timeline of “the atom” from the Greeks through discoveries in the 1900s and learn how our understanding of matter and the atom affected our views on reality.

Software Development Practices
Meta via Coursera
In this course, you will explore some of those processes and best practices in software development such as application lifecycle, infrastructure, testing, Agile/scrum development, how projects are estimated and tracked, as well as specialized tools.

Co-design for All: doing co-design in practice
Eindhoven University of Technology via Coursera
The Co-design for All course is a free online programme on how to put together a case study proposal using a co-design approach. It is aimed at anyone who is interested in learning about co-design methods and how to apply them in any real life scenario.

Bilingualism: A cognitive and psycholinguistic perspective
Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati via Swayam
The course offers a comprehensive take on the phenomenon of Bilingualism. Bilingualism is a seemingly simple fact of today’s world, but this practice has implications beyond the realm of just communicative needs.

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