E.g., Friday, July 3, 2015
E.g., Friday, July 3, 2015
E.g., Friday, July 3, 2015
Jul 6th 2015

The French Revolution was one of the most important upheavals in world history. This course examines its origins, course and outcomes.

7
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Jun 29th 2015

Each mammalian cell has the same genes, yet performs distinct functions. This is achieved by epigenetic control of gene expression; the switching on and switching off of genes. This course will cover the principles of epigenetic control of gene expression, how epigenetic control contributes to cellular differentiation and development, and how it goes wrong in disease.

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Jul 6th 2015

In this course, participants will learn about how different markets around the world can interact to create value for, and effectively manage the risk of, corporations and their stakeholders. This is part of a Specialization in corporate finance created in partnership between the University of Melbourne and Bank of New York Mellon (BNY Mellon).

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Jun 1st 2015

This course will help you understand the remarkable behaviors of wild animals from an evolutionary perspective.

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Jun 1st 2015

In this course, participants will learn the foundations of accounting principles and financial analysis, develop an understanding of the links between these, and the measurement of value creation at the firm level. This is part of a Specialization in corporate finance created in partnership between the University of Melbourne and Bank of New York Mellon (BNY Mellon).

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Apr 14th 2015

This is an introduction to predicate logic and how it is applied in computer science, electronic engineering, linguistics, mathematics and philosophy. Building on your knowledge of propositional logic, you will learn predicate logic—its language, interpretations and proofs, and apply it to solve problems in a wide range of disciplines.

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Apr 20th 2015

Did you miss the course when it ran in 2014? Now you can join up for the next offering. Learn about ways to assess and teach new and emerging 21st century skills: we cover the nature of these skills, methods of assessment, interpretation and reporting of assessments, and their implications for teaching.

10
Average: 10 (1 vote)
Mar 23rd 2015

Population ageing is occurring in nearly every country around the word. This MOOC takes a multidisciplinary approach to explore the impact of living longer and takes into account the technological advancements, the built environment, economics and ethics to rethink what it means to 'age well' now and in the future.

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Mar 4th 2015

Tired of solving Sudokus by hand? This class teaches you how to solve complex search problems with discrete optimization, including constraint programming, local search, and mixed-integer programming.

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Feb 24th 2015

This is an introduction to formal logic and how it is applied in computer science, electronic engineering, linguistics and philosophy. You will learn propositional logic—its language, interpretations and proofs, and apply it to solve problems in a wide range of disciplines.

5.5
Average: 5.5 (2 votes)
Sep 1st 2014

A survey of the history of economic development in the world in the past 300 years.

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Aug 11th 2014

This course develops an interdisciplinary understanding of the social, political, economic and scientific perspectives on climate change.

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Jul 21st 2014

Learn about the physiological responses to acute and chronic exercise and their relevance for athletic performance.

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March 2013

All of us are affected by macroeconomic forces – they shape the very world we live in.

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