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Founded in 1769, Dartmouth is a member of the Ivy League and consistently ranks among the world's greatest academic institutions. Dartmouth has forged a singular identity for combining its deep commitment to outstanding undergraduate liberal arts and graduate education with distinguished research and scholarship in the Arts & Sciences and its three leading professional schools—the Geisel School of Medicine, Thayer School of Engineering, and the Tuck School of Business.
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The Engineering of Structures Around Us (edX)

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The Engineering of Structures Around Us (edX)
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Explore how engineers design bridges and buildings in our communities and iconic structures around the world. In this introductory course, you’ll learn some engineering principles that can be applied to structural systems everywhere: in nature, in furniture, in mechanical and aerospace systems, and in any solid object that resists [...]
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Omnichannel Strategy and Management (edX)

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Omnichannel Strategy and Management (edX)
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Understand the needs of omnichannel customers and how to make the transition from a traditional retailer to omnichannel from TuckX and the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth. Retail customers are omnichannel. They increasingly expect to interact with retailers in a seamless way, combining aspects of different channels at [...]
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Retail Fundamentals (edX)

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Retail Fundamentals (edX)
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Learn key components of the retail business, including forecasting, inventory management, product assortment planning and pricing.
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Bipedalism: The Science of Upright Walking (edX)

Sep 26th 2017
Bipedalism: The Science of Upright Walking (edX)
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Upright walking is a hallmark of being human. Explore how this unusual form of locomotion evolved and why. Have you ever wondered why humans walk on two legs rather than four? In this course, we will explore how science investigates this unusual form of locomotion. We will start our [...]
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Introduction to German Opera (edX)

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Introduction to German Opera (edX)
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Explore German Opera as we learn to listen to music in new ways. Want to listen to an opera for the first time? Have you been listening to opera for your entire life? This course is suited for beginners and advanced opera listeners alike!
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Question Reality! Science, philosophy, and the search for meaning (edX)

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Question Reality! Science, philosophy, and the search for meaning (edX)
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What is reality? Explore how physics and philosophy have changed our perspective on the nature of the universe, matter, and mind over time. How much can we know of the physical world? Can we know everything? Or are there fundamental limits to how much we can explain? If there [...]
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Introduction to Italian Opera (edX)

Oct 10th 2016
Introduction to Italian Opera (edX)
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Explore Italian Opera in this two-act learning experience as we learn to listen to music in new ways. Want to listen to an opera for the first time? Have you been listening to opera for your entire life? This course is suited for beginners and advanced opera listeners [...]
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The American Renaissance: Classic Literature of the 19th Century (edX)

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The American Renaissance: Classic Literature of the 19th Century (edX)
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Explore the writings of famous American authors from Ralph Waldo Emerson and Harriet Beecher Stowe to Mark Twain, and examine the historic role Dartmouth College played in their formation. What is the American Renaissance? How did Dartmouth help foster the formation of the American Renaissance and its reevaluation and [...]
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Introduction to Environmental Science (edX)

A scientific study of the natural world and how it is influenced by people. Major topics include: food, energy, human population, biodiversity and global change. Environmental science is the study of patterns and processes in the natural world and their modification by human activity. To understand current environmental problems, [...]
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