We compile this list based on how many Class Central users have added a particular course to MOOC Tracker – our watchlist feature (courses have been added more than 140,000 times to MOOC Tracker). Learn more about MOOC Tracker. Courses that have been offered multiple times before are not included in this list.
Introduction to VBA/Excel Programming Cal Poly Pomona
In this free 10-week online course, you will learn the fundamentals of Excel spreadsheets and computer programming using the Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) language. Go To Class | Next Session : 30th Mar, 2015
15.071x: The Analytics Edge Massachusetts Institute of Technology via edX
Through inspiring examples and stories, discover the power of data and use analytics to provide an edge to your career and your life. Go To Class | 4.5 (10 ratings) | Next Session : 3rd Mar, 2015
Cryptography University of Maryland, College Park via Coursera
This course will introduce you to the foundations of modern cryptography, with an eye toward practical applications. Go To Class | 4 (1 rating) | Next Session : 9th Mar, 2015
How to Succeed at: Interviews The University of Sheffield via FutureLearn
This free three week course provides the tools you need to succeed at interviews and land your dream job or course place. Go To Class | Next Session : 9th Mar, 2015
Introduction to Electronics Georgia Institute of Technology via Coursera
This course introduces students to the basic components of electronics: diodes, transistors, and op amps. It covers the basic operation and some common applications. Go To Class | 5 (2 ratings) | Next Session : 22nd Mar, 2015
How Writers Write Poetry University of Iowa via Canvas.net
The course presents a curated collection of short, intimate talks on craft by two dozen acclaimed poets writing in English. Craft topics include persona, notebooking, the line, the turn, form, and the lyric. Go To Class | 5 (1 rating) | Next Session : 23rd Mar, 2015
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