• Introduction to Operations Management
    Course reviewed 7 years ago
    By far the best MOOC I have ever taken (out of 10). The instructor is an expert in process design and makes the concepts easy to follow. I would lov… Read more
  • Introduction to Aeronautical Engineering
    Course reviewed 7 years ago
    A challenging, yet rewarding course that introduces you to many of the different disciplines that go into building and flying aircraft. You'll learn e… Read more
  • Introduction to Financial Accounting
    Course reviewed 6 years ago
    Definitely a useful course to help wrap your brain around the tough subject of financial accounting. The professor uses virtual students who ask quest… Read more
  • Surveillance Law
    Course reviewed 6 years ago
    This course is an awesome, yet easy-going introduction to Surveillance Law. The number of laws regulating surveillance on Americans is daunting, but … Read more
  • The Power of Microeconomics: Economic Principles in the Real World
    Course reviewed 6 years ago
    A nice overview of economics. There is a series of questions for each lecture that helps students keep pace with material as it's presented on video. … Read more
  • The Science of Happiness
    Course reviewed 6 years ago
    Writing a review for this course is pretty difficult. On the one hand, there is quite a bit of information provided on what make someone happy, but on… Read more
  • Introduction to Finance
    Course reviewed 6 years ago
    I'm not sure why the reviews seem to be so polar in that some people love the class, and others hated it. This course is by far the worst of any that … Read more
  • Introduction to Corporate Finance
    Course reviewed 6 years ago
    This is a tough class for learning finance. I suggest looking at one of the other introductory courses first, and then coming back here. Prof. Frankli… Read more
  • Corporate Finance Essentials
    Course reviewed 6 years ago
    This class is an easy introduction to some of the elements of corporate finance. While not a definitive course for mastery, it serves as a good starti… Read more
  • Personal & Family Financial Planning
    Course reviewed 6 years ago
    This class is primarily meant for 18-year-old college freshmen who have never thought about savings, life insurance, or budgeting. I imagine this woul… Read more

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