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Water Surface Waves: Finite-amplitude waves (edX)

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Water Surface Waves: Finite-amplitude waves (edX)
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To understand non-linear water wave theories and perturbation methods. This course covers fundamentals of nonlinear water waves based on perturbation methods. After reviewing basic techniques of perturbation methods, we study solutions for Stokes waves of deep water. After identifying the limitation of Stokes waves solution in shallow water, we [...]
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Life in the Universe: Syntheses for Life (edX)

Learn about the chemical principles behind key synthetic processes relevant to life such as protein synthesis, photosynthesis, and ammonia synthesis. Nobel Lectures and key scientific papers will be used. “Syntheses for Life” will start with the Bohr model of hydrogen atom and discuss chemical evolution, protein synthesis and structure, [...]
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Environmental Engineering: Air Pollution and Treatment (edX)

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Environmental Engineering: Air Pollution and Treatment (edX)
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Understand different types of air pollution problems (including climate change), what causes them and how we can prevent or minimize these air problems. This course will cover fundamental science and engineering principles dealing with air environmental systems.
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Water Surface Waves: Small-amplitude waves (edX)

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Water Surface Waves: Small-amplitude waves (edX)
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To understand linear water wave theories and to apply it to engineering problems. This course will cover formulation of small amplitude waves and its properties. First, we will solve the potential flow problem with linearized boundary conditions in order to get solution for velocity potential.
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Religious Symbols of the World (edX)

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Religious Symbols of the World (edX)
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This course is the third and final course in the series following “Understanding Religious Symbolism” and “Myths, Rituals, and Cosmos.” Through the theories and patterns that you learned in these three courses, I hope that you will be able to interpret the various religious phenomena in different cultures, and [...]
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Introductory Statistics : Sample Survey and Instruments for Statistical Inference (edX)

The purpose of this course is to introduce basic concepts of sample surveys and to teach statistical inference process using real-life examples. In this course, you will learn about sample surveys with the concepts of samples and populations. In addition, we will discuss possible problems(bias) of the surveys based [...]
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Big Bang and the Origin of Chemical Elements (edX)

Discover the ultimate origin of all chemical elements essential for life. Explore the Big Bang through Nobel Lectures and scientific papers in part 2 of Life in the Universe. This course will start with the nuclear structure of atoms and discuss the creation of hydrogen in the big bang [...]
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Counseling Practice and Research (edX)

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Counseling Practice and Research (edX)
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Learn about the stages and processes of counseling, counseling techniques, and interesting and up-to-date research methods. Counseling and Psychotherapy Studies seeks to understand and clarify our mind’s pains, sufferings, and illnesses, and to explore and practice various coping methods. In this “Counseling Practice and Research” course, you will experience [...]
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Counseling and Psychotherapy Theory (edX)

Learn about the theories of counseling and psychotherapy on human change through an easy-to-understand overview. Counseling and Psychotherapy Studies seeks to understand and clarify our mind’s pains, sufferings, and illnesses, and to explore and practice various coping methods.
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Introduction to Economics: Macroeconomics (edX)

Learn how a national economy works, including the determination of equilibrium levels of national income and prices. In this economics course, you will learn some of the major concepts of macroeconomics, such as gross domestic product, price level, inflation, unemployment, economic growth and the balance of [...]
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