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Coursera – University of Colorado Boulder

Coursera - University of Colorado Boulder
Boulder , Colorado, United States Coursera

Coursera provides universal access to the world’s best education, partnering with University of Colorado at Boulder to offer the world’s best courses online. CU-Boulder is a dynamic community of scholars and learners on one of the most spectacular college campuses in the country. 
  • 5 Courses

Top reasons to study here

  • An inclusive experience designed for a diverse global audience, including video subtitles in over 30 languages.
  • Academic and technical support from our dedicated community of Course Mentors and our knowledgeable Learner Support team.
  • Sharable Course and Specialization Certificates that you can add to your resume and LinkedIn Profile.

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Social Sciences (3)

  • Specialization Effective Communication – Writing, Design, and Presentation
  • Certificate Effective Communication Capstone Project
  • Certificate Successful Presentation

Arts, Design & Architecture (2)

  • Specialization Effective Communication – Writing, Design, and Presentation
  • Certificate Graphic Design

Humanities (2)

  • Certificate Business Writing
  • Specialization Effective Communication – Writing, Design, and Presentation

Business & Management (1)

  • Certificate Business Writing

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Coursera was founded in 2012 by two Stanford Computer Science professors who wanted to share their knowledge and skills with the world. Professors Daphne Koller and Andrew Ng put their courses online for anyone to take – and taught more learners in a few months than they could have in an entire lifetime in the classroom. 

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  • Every course on Coursera is taught by top instructors from the world’s best universities and educational institutions.
  • If you want to master a specific career skill, consider joining a Specialization. You’ll complete a series of rigorous courses, tackle hands-on projects based on real business challenges, and earn a Specialization Certificate to share with your professional network and potential employers.
  • Real career transformation sometimes requires a university-recognized degree.Coursera believes that transformation should be accessible to everyone, so we’ve worked with our university partners to offer flexible, affordable online degree programs in business, computer science, and data science.

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CU aims to launch 3-year, fully online degree in 2018

Online classes will be offered by all four CU campuses

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Liz Roper and other University of Colorado students work on their laptops at the Norlin Library on the Boulder campus on Dec. 12, 2016.

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The University of Colorado is charging ahead on a plan to create a three-year, fully online degree and hopes to launch the new program in the fall of 2018, according to William Kuskin, vice provost and associate vice chancellor for strategic initiatives.

Once the program is fully implemented, a student will be able to get a bachelor of arts degree in interdisciplinary studies by taking online classes offered by all four CU campuses.

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If they stick to a rigorous course schedule, they can complete their degree in three years, without ever stepping foot inside a classroom, Kuskin said.

This intercampus online degree program will take advantage of the more than 800 classes CU’s four campuses already offer online. Students will be able to piece together their own major by blending courses from across different departments.

“Interdisciplinary studies is essentially a degree that combines majors according to an undergraduate’s desires,” Kuskin said at a recent CU Board of Regents meeting. “A student might take some courses in philosophy and some courses in criminology and put them together into her own major that lets her think in an out-of-the-box way about, say, penal practices.”

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