This course focuses on the application of theoretical approaches to the strategic management of technology and innovation. Concepts, tools, and process will be explored through lectures, readings, team activities, and case study applications.
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A stunt is a feat of daring, an act with a beginning and end, focused on showing off a specific skill. The Stunt Writing For Personal Experience class includes prompts, lectures, readings, and discussions for writers of any age, at any level.
Concepts in Nanotechnology is a six-week introduction to nanotechnology. You will learn what nanotechnology is and what it means for something to be a nanomaterial. You will also learn about the applications and commercial products that use nanotechnology.
At its core, this course is about providing students with a broader understanding of music as a uniquely human activity. This will be accomplished by discussing the music you actually listen to, learning about various dimensions and elements of music, and creating your own music.
Este curso objetiva proporcionar uma compreensão do planejamento financeiro adequado, bem como a criação de condições para melhor definir e alcançar objetivos financeiros. O escopo deste curso é adequado às finanças pessoais e familiares.
This course provides an overview of the evolving field of cybersecurity, with an introduction to cybersecurity standards and law.
We live in a digitally connected world. The way information is generated, shared, processed and distributed is significantly impacting how we learn. If you have a passion for teaching and learning, and want to be an awesome educator now and in the coming decades, this course is for you! We will begin the journey of becoming a dynamic educator for the digital age.
This introductory course is a recommended prerequisite for Brown University’s online pre-college courses focusing on specific engineering fields, including materials engineering, biomedical engineering, and renewable energy.
This course teaches students how to prepare, interpret, and use financial data to make business and financial decisions.
This course introduces project management principles and practices for non-project managers, including business owners, medical personnel, teachers, engineers, and others.
College instructors who have ever thought of creating a book should rush to sign up for this no-tuition course. In less than 24 hours, spread over a few weeks, they can learn the pros and cons of peer reviews, how to write and publish a book while teaching a full load, and how to have a book on the shelves -- or better yet on iPhones -- in less than a month.
This six-week course is designed to help the criminal justice student learn how to gather, analyze, and process data in the course of large scale criminal case investigations.
One Health One Medicine will introduce applications of both human and veterinary medicine for solving human health challenges.
This course covers the major legal issues facing academic administrators with regard to today's college students.
This course is designed to provide an introduction to the subject of ethical behavior in business.
This course will examine four critical areas where military service, civilian law, and the Uniform Code of Military Justice intersect: family law; employment and re-employment rights; debtor and creditor issues; and the Uniform Code of Military Justice itself.
This course focuses on the basics of business writing, starting with the fundamentals and understanding your audience. This course combines discussion boards and exercises to focus on core skills in a collaborative and dynamic environment.
This course is a review of Basic Arithmetic skills that serve as a prerequisite for placement into and success in pre-college and college-level algebra courses. In this course, primary emphasis will be placed on fundamental operations with whole numbers, fractions, decimals, and integers.
This course invites your critical reflection on the methods of online instruction; beliefs and potential bias of the online learner; policies and rules and how they align with course objectives; tone and the purpose of communication.
Join us on an exploration to uncover new technology tools to connect your classroom and students to the Common Core.