University of Notre Dame

The University of Notre Dame, founded in 1842 by the Congregation of Holy Cross, is an international research university whose distinctive educational mission is at once rigorously intellectual, unapologetically moral in orientation, and firmly committed to service for the common good.
Drawing on the legacy of the Catholic intellectual tradition, the Notre Dame faculty is well known for its strengths in the humanities, arts, architecture, social sciences, law, and business. The University is also at the forefront of inquiry and discovery in research areas as diverse as nuclear physics, environmental science, disease transmission, cancer, radiation chemistry, fluid dynamics, aerodynamics, robotics, and nanoelectronics.
With new and ongoing investments in emerging technologies and pedagogical strategies, Notre Dame aims to deliver high-quality online education that is as rigorous and interactive as its traditional on-campus instruction. As part of a comprehensive digital strategy, online learning will expand the research, teaching, and service goals of the University without eroding the cherished bond between faculty and student at the heart of the Notre Dame experience.
Notre Dame is organized into four undergraduate colleges—Arts and Letters, Science, Engineering, and the Mendoza College of Business— as well as a School of Architecture, the Law School, the First Year of Studies, the Graduate School, more than a dozen major research institutes, more than two dozen centers and special programs, and the University Library system. Enrollment is approximately 12,000 students overall, with approximately 8,500 undergraduates. The University is located adjacent to the city of South Bend, Indiana, in a metropolitan area of more than 300,000 residents approximately 90 miles east of Chicago.
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Data Science Readiness Assessment (edX)

Evaluate your level of preparedness in key aspects of mathematics and programming that are fundamental to a career in Data Science. Are you interested in pursuing a degree in Data Science, but unsure whether you have the necessary Math and Programming skills? This assessment will help you identify your [...]
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The Meaning of Rome: The Renaissance and Baroque City (edX)

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The Meaning of Rome: The Renaissance and Baroque City (edX)
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Learn how the art, architecture, and urban form of Renaissance and Baroque Rome projected the city’s image of itself to its citizens and the world. We can read a city in a number of ways: in its plan, in the buildings that make its streets and public spaces, in [...]
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Introduction to the Quran: The Scripture of Islam (edX)

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Introduction to the Quran: The Scripture of Islam (edX)
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Discover the themes of the Quran, its role within Islam, meaning to Muslims, and relationship with the Bible. According to Islamic tradition, the Quran is not simply an inspired scripture. It is a divine book brought down from heaven by the angel Gabriel to the Prophet Muhammad, and its [...]
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Math in Sports (edX)

In this course you will learn to use some mathematical tools that can help predict and analyze sporting performances and outcomes. This course will help coaches, players, and enthusiasts to make educated decisions about strategy, training, and execution. We will discuss topics such as the myth of the Hot [...]
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Jesus in Scripture and Tradition (edX)

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Jesus in Scripture and Tradition (edX)
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The Bible says that Jesus was identified as God's beloved son at his baptism. The same identification was made about Israel in the Old Testament and the disciples of Christ at their baptism. The striking similarity of these titles establishes a tight interrelationship between the people Israel, the person [...]
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Understanding Wireless: Technology, Economics, and Policy (edX)

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Understanding Wireless: Technology, Economics, and Policy (edX)
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Interested in learning how mobile smartphones and tablets convert digital information to and from electromagnetic signals in the radio frequency (RF) spectrum? Curious how radio designers and spectrum regulators avoid harmful interference within a network or among different wireless services? Debating whether television (TV) band spectrum or cellular spectrum [...]
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I "Heart" Stats: Learning to Love Statistics (edX)

Is your relationship with statistics dysfunctional? We can help: Get to know stats, build a healthy bond, and maybe even fall in love! When you meet a new person, it is hard to know what to expect. You may not be able to read the person or understand what [...]
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