MOOCS (Massive Open Online Courses)

Technology has expanded access to higher education delivery and through MOOCs, Illinois brings course content to eager minds from every corner of the globe. In partnership with Coursera, Illinois offers 84 open online courses, 12 Specializations and three full degree programs including the Master of Computer Science in Data Science and the only extant iMBA. More than 2.7 million students have enrolled in Illinois courses via open online courses. Learn more about online learning options at Illinois. 
  • Gies College of Business

    The iMBA is a rigorous business degree that’s accessible to anyone. Try out one of our free MOOCs, low-cost specializations, take a course for credit, or apply to the full iMBA program.

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    iMBA (Degree Program)

  • College of Engineering

    The Master of Computer Science in Data Science is a rigorous degree that’s accessible to anyone. Try out one of our free MOOCs, take a course for credit, or apply to the full MCS-DS program.

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    Computer Science - Data Science (Degree Program)

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    The iMSA is a top-three accountancy program that's completely online and heavily hands-on. Try out one of our free MOOCs, lost-cost specializations, take a course for credit or apply to the full iMSA program.

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    Accountancy - iMSA (Degree Program)

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    This Specialization explores several aspects of the new digital marketing environment, including topics such as digital marketing analytics, search engine optimization, social media marketing, and 3D Printing.

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    iMBA Specialization: Digital Marketing

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    Through the courses in this specialization, you will learn the fundamentals to effectively lead people and teams, manage organizations as well as tools to analyze business situations and develop strategies.

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    iMBA Specialization: Strategic Leadership

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    In this Specialization, you will build a solid understanding of the operation of markets and the macro-economic environment with real-world examples.

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    iMBA Specialization: Managerial Economics and Business Analysis

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    This Specialization covers the fundamentals of strategic financial management, including financial accounting, investments, and corporate finance.

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    Financial Management Specialization

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    In this Specialization, learners use real-world dilemmas and ethical problems experienced by professionals around the world to clarify and articulate their personal values as a foundation for the issues they face. 

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    Professional IQ Specialization

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    In this Specialization, you will gain competencies that are critical for managers in any functional area. You will learn to create, model, analyze, and maximize value in accounting, operations, and marketing.

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    Value Chain Management Specialization

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    Examine how 3D printing is being applied across domains, including design, manufacturing, and retailing. Learn the special capabilities of 3D printing such as customization, self-assembly, and the ability to print complex objects.

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    3D Printing Applications

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    This course will demonstrate how 3D printers work, show what people make with them, and examine the 3D printing ecosystem. It will also explore the future of 3D printing and discuss how this technology will revolutionize our world.

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    3D Printing Revolution

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    Learn how to use 3D printing software to create digital designs that can be turned into physical objects. This course also explores how 3D scanners work to turn physical objects into digital designs.

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    3D Printing Software

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    Enhance basic knowledge of accounting and prepare for higher level accounting positions, take the CPA Exam, and understand the "language of business".

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    Accounting Analysis I: Measurement and Disclosure of Assets

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    Focuses on accounting concepts, principles and theory with emphasis on external reporting problems. Focus on measurement of assets, liabilities, equities and income.

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    Accounting Analysis I: The Role of Accounting as an Information System

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    This course focuses on the recognition, measurement and subsequent accounting for equity, pensions, share-based compensation and cash flows utilizing the FASB Accounting Standards Codification and other resources.

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    Accounting Analysis II: Accounting for Liabilities and Equity

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    Course begins with discussion of current liabilities and contingencies and long-term debt and bonds. Secondly explores accounting model for leases, and deferred tax assets and liabilities.

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    Accounting Analysis II: Measurement and Disclosure of Liabilities

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    Learn how to use leadership skills to work more effectively with others, organize others to work more effectively together, and apply the foundations of effective leadership skills to everyday situations faced by leaders.

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    Applications of Everyday Leadership

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    Learn how organizations create, capture, and maintain value, and how it is fundamental for sustainable competitive advantage.

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    Business Strategy

  • College of Engineering

    How to use the cloud to write programs for data analytics.

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    Cloud Computing Applications

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    Explore how the Cloud opens up data analytics of huge volumes of data that are static or streamed at high velocity and represent an enormous variety of information.

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    Cloud Computing Applications Part 2: Big Data and Applications in the Cloud

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    You will build a cloud computing system from scratch in several stages and write an application that uses it to process a real dataset.

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    Cloud Computing Capstone

  • College of Engineering

    The core techniques, algorithms, and design philosophies that make up the fundamental concepts of cloud computing, including key-value stores, classical precursors, widely-used and classical algorithms, scalability, and trending areas.

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    Cloud Computing Concepts

  • College of Engineering

    Learn fundamental cloud computing concepts like algorithms and design philosophies--all centered around distributed systems.

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    Cloud Computing Concepts, part 1

  • College of Engineering

    Cloud computing systems today are built using a common set of core techniques, algorithms, and design philosophies – all centered around distributed systems. Learn about such fundamental distributed computing "concepts" for cloud computing.

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    Cloud Computing Concepts: Part 2

  • College of Engineering

    Course studying the network's importance in the function of all of the cloud's key capabilities.

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    Cloud Networking

  • College of Engineering

    Course that provides the tools to take scattered data and organize it into groups for use in applications such as market analysis, biomedical data analysis, or as a pre-processing step for data mining tasks.

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    Cluster Analysis in Data Mining

  • College of Law

    This class deals with the business law topics that appear on the CPA exam: Agency, Contracts, Debtor-Creditor Relationships, Government Regulation of Business, and Business Organizations.

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    Corporate & Commercial Law I: Contracts & Employment Law

  • College of Law

    This course is the second course in a two-part series on corporate and commercial law. In this part, we focus on three main topics: business organizations, business financing, and governmental regulation.

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    Corporate & Commercial Law II: Business Forms, Financing & Governmental Regulation

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    In this course you will learn how to use key finance principles to understand and measure business success and to identify and promote true value creation.

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    Corporate Finance I: Measuring and Promoting Value Creation

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    In this course you will learn how companies decide on how much debt to take, and whether to raise capital from markets or from banks.

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    Corporate Finance II: Financing Investments and Managing Risk

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    Learn about economic value creation and value appropriation, and learn the tools to analyze both competition and cooperation from a corporate level perspective, (e.g., through vertical integration, diversification, and geographic scope decisions).

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    Corporate Strategy

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    Learn how to systematically assess the national and international economic environment in which you live and work, analyze macroeconomic issues using key tools, and be a more effective professional in your line of activity.

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    Country Level Economics: Macroeconomic Variables and Markets

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    Learn about how the market for aggregate goods and services interacts with the money market to shape the macroeconomic equilibrium that determines income, interest rate, and exchange rate in the short run.

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    Country Level Economics: Policies, Institutions, and Macroeconomic Performance

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    Creativity requires us to collaborate with other. This course is designed to teach creative collaboration by bringing together knowledge from different areas.

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    Creativity Toolkit II: Creative Collaboration

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    Examine when, why, and how we can be creative. Examine triggers of creativity. It provides a road map of the creative process – the process of changing our perspectives – and the kinds of outcomes that result from creativity.

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    Creativity Toolkit: Changing Perspectives

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    This course is the first in the Customer Insights and New Product Development (CIPD) specialization. It introduces methods of gathering insights for identifying and developing new product opportunities through five modules and some hands-on projects.

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    Customer Insights: New Product Development Orientation

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    This course will highlight the potential of quantitative marketing research for assessing new product opportunities.

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    Customer Insights: Quantitative Techniques

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    Learn different data methods of data analysis to aid in accountancy.

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    Data Analytics Foundations for Accountancy I

  • College of Engineering

    Apply learned algorithms and techniques for data mining from the previous courses in the Data Mining Specialization to solve interesting real-world data mining challenges.

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    Data Mining Capstone

  • College of Engineering

    Apply algorithms and techniques for data mining from the previous courses including Pattern Discovery, Clustering, Text Retrieval, Text Mining, and Visualization, to solve real-world challenges.

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    Data Mining Project

  • College of Engineering

    An exploration of computer graphics, human-computer interaction, perceptual psychology, and design to transform information from formats efficient for computation into formats efficient for human perception, cognition, and communication.

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    Data Visualization

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    Learn how firms are organized, what factors must be taken into account in making critical design decisions, and what role managers play in making these choices.

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    Designing the Organization: From Strategy to Organizational Structure

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    An overview of the power of data in marketing, including the analytics process, data collection, data analysis, and data visualization.

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    Digital Analytics for Marketing Professionals: Marketing Analytics in Practice

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    Digital analytics course that provides marketers with the tools to use data analytics applications to meet the daily challenges of their professional lives.

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    Digital Analytics for Marketing Professionals: Marketing Analytics in Theory

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    You will be working on a problem specified by the Digital Marketing team at Grainger, to develop a channel strategy to increase sales of Bosch power tools on Grainger.com.

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    Digital Marketing Capstone

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    Using the internet and other digital channels to better target specific consumer segments through new media platforms.

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    Digital Marketing Channels: Planning

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    Learn the role of digital channels in an integrated marketing campaign and why you need a digital strategy. Interact with the content and hear from industry experts invited to join the course.

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    Digital Marketing Channels: The Landscape

  • College of Education

    An introduction to innovative approaches to teaching and learning, focusing on the use of e-learning and social web technologies.

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    eLearning Ecologies

  • College of Education

    This course explores seven affordances of e-learning ecologies, which open up genuine possibilities for what we call New Learning – transformative, 21st century learning.

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    e-Learning Ecologies: Innovative Approaches to Teaching and Learning for the Digital Age

  • College of Liberal Arts & Sciences

    A look at Earth's 4 billion year history of life through the context of the cutting-edge understanding of the Tree of Life.

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    Emergence of Life

  • College of Engineering

    This course teaches you everything you need to know about energy, the environment, and a number of things in everyday life. Learn about energy, where it originates, how much we have, who has it, who uses it, and what that all means.

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    Energy, Environment and Everyday Life

  • Gies College of Business

    This course will explore the earlier stages of the entrepreneurial venture process across four modules. The modules will examine the nature of growth and error in entrepreneurial settings and how to manage resources in those settings.

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    Entrepreneurship I: Principles and Concepts

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    Topics to be addressed include building the new venture’s initial management team, identifying and reaching out to early customers, developing financial plans, raising startup and initial growth financing, and preparing for and managing rapid growth.

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    Entrepreneurship II: Practices and Approaches

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    This course provides an analytical framework to help you evaluate key problems in a structured fashion and will equip you with tools to better manage the uncertainties that pervade and complicate business processes.

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    Exploring and Producing Data for Business Decision Making

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    The Capstone is the culminating project in the US Federal Tax Specialization. You will have the opportunity to combine the concepts and techniques obtained through all the courses in this specialization.

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    Federal Taxation Capstone

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    Course covers on the federal tax system as it relates to individuals, employees, and sole proprietors. Learners provided with experience reporting income and expenses on main individual tax return.

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    Federal Taxation I: Individuals, Employees, and Sole Proprietors.

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    This course examines the U.S. federal tax system as it relates to property transactions of business owners and shareholders.

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    Federal Taxation II: Property Transactions of Business Owners and Shareholders

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    In this course, you will explore advanced topics in financial accounting. You will start your journey with accounting for assets with more than one-year life.

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    Financial Accounting: Advanced Topics

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    In this course, you will learn foundations of financial accounting information. You will start your journey with a general overview of what financial accounting information is and the main financial statements.

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    Financial Accounting: Foundations

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    The Financial Management capstone will provide a learning experience that integrates across all the courses within this specialization.

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    Financial Management Capstone

  • College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences

    Introduction to basic financial planning topics including financial goal setting, saving and investing, budgeting, financial risk, borrowing, and credit.

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    Financial Planning for Young Adults

  • Gies College of Business

    The Capstone is the culminating project in the Financial Reporting Specialization. You will have the opportunity to combine the concepts and techniques obtained through all the courses in this specialization.

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    Financial Reporting Capstone

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    In this course, you will learn to describe producer behavior, explain equilibrium in a market and explore the impacts of taxes and price controls on market equilibrium.

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    Firm Level Economics: Consumer and Producer Behavior

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    Learn how different market structures result in different resource allocations, evaluate the efficiency of an equilibrium, understand externalities and consider optimal government response to these market failures and much more.

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    Firm Level Economics: Markets and Allocations

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    The main purpose of the course is to familiarize you with technical terms in financial accounting, such as debit, credit and T-account.

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    Formal Financial Accounting

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    Learn about the “head and heart” of everyday leadership, individual decision making, group decision making, and managing motivation.

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    Foundations of Everyday Leadership

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    The capstone project of the Fundamentals of Accounting Specialization will be set in the context of a realistic small-business enterprise, and will require you to think deeply and apply the accounting concepts presented in the other courses.

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    Fundamentals of Accounting Capstone

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    This course provides an introduction to accounting’s measurement role inside of an organization, and how accountants communicate information that helps managers and employees make operational decisions.

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    Fundamentals of Accounting: Accounting for Business Decision Making -Measurement and Operational Decisions

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    Learn about accounting’s role in helping managers develop, implement, and improve the organization’s strategy. In particular, learn how non-financial and financial information is created, organized, communicated, and analyzed.

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    Fundamentals of Accounting: Business Decision Making - Strategy Assessment and Control

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    The second course in the Fundamentals of Accounting Specialization is designed to provide a basic understanding of financial statements with an emphasis on the income statement.

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    Fundamentals of Accounting: Understanding Financial Statements - Company Performance

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    This course is designed to provide a basic understanding of financial statements with an emphasis on the balance sheet. The course will emphasize that accounting is less about counting and more about measuring.

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    Fundamentals of Accounting: Understanding Financial Statements - Company Position

  • College of Law

    Genomics for Law provides a unique framework to review the history and basics of genomics research as well as explore how genomics has, and will continue to, interact with the law.

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    Genomics for Law

  • College of Applied Health Sciences

    In this course, you will discover how scientists are deciphering the language of genomes to learn how to develop sustainable food and fuel supplies, improve disease treatment and prevention, and protect our environment.

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    Genomics: Decoding the Universal Language of Life

  • Gies College of Business

    The capstone for the Global Challenges in Business specialization will provide a learning experience that integrates across all the courses within that specialization.

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    Global Challenges in Business Capstone

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    This course enables students to be sensitive to ethical dilemmas in global commerce.

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    Global Impact: Business Ethics

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    This course enables students to understand how globalization changes consumers at a psychological level, and provides tools for imbuing brands with cultural meanings.

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    Global Impact: Cultural Psychology

  • College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences

    An overview of the issues of the postharvest loss of grains through studying physical, technical, and social dimensions of postharvest supply chains and loss prevention methods.

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    Global Postharvest Loss Prevention: Fundamentals, Technologies, and Actors

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    This course teaches forces of globalization and how cross-cultural management and the relationship of a multinational organization to various host countries is becoming critical in today’s global economy.

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    Global Strategy I: How the Global Economy Works

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    Explores the ways firms overcome challenges when operating globally. The global economy is characterized for its high complexity and uncertainty. This course teaches strategies to navigate it.

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    Global Strategy II: Doing Business in the Global Economy

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    Learn the language of uncertainty and the statistical methods for making inferences and decisions on the basis of limited information and data.

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    Inferential and Predictive Statistics for Business

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    Project allows analysis of situation concerning a new enterprise to develop the current business model and compare against alternative business models to identify opportunities and challenges.

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    Innovation: From Creativity to Entrepreneurship Capstone

  • College of Liberal Arts & Sciences

    This course introduces the academic approach of Sustainability and explores how today’s human societies can endure in the face of global change, ecosystem degradation and resource limitations.

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    Introduction to Sustainability

  • Gies College of Business

    In this course, we will discuss fundamental principles of trading off risk and return, portfolio optimization, and security pricing.

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    Investments I: Fundamentals of Performance Evaluation

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    Review the fundamentals of investments, including the trading off of return and risk when forming a portfolio, asset pricing models such as the Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM) and the 3-Factor Model.

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    Investments II: Lessons and Applications

  • College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences

    Build a foundation of greater understanding of lactation using easily understood presentations and engagement with other learners.

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    Lactation Biology

  • College of Education

    The course takes has a 'Multiliteracies' perspective, which aims to expand the definition of literacy to encompass today's multimodal communications, and the diversity of literacies across different social and culltural contexts.

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    Literacy Teaching and Learning: Aims, Approaches and Pedagogies

  • Gies College of Business

    In this course, you will explore how to use accounting to allocate resources and incentivize manager and employee behaviors in using these resources.

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    Managerial Accounting: Tools for Facilitating and Guiding Business Decisions

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    The capstone project involves an in-depth analysis of an actual business situation in which you will examine the global economic environment of a business.

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    Managerial Economics and Business Analysis Capstone

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    In this course you will build a practical framework to understand the critical linkages between organization design and the creation of economic value through execution.

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    Managing the Organization: From Organizational Design to Execution

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    Digital marketing course that explores how digital technology such as the Internet, smartphones, and 3D printing are changing the world of marketing.

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    Marketing in a Digital World

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    Although the Digital Revolution has received considerable attention recently, its impact upon the Analog World has been largely ignored. This course examines this by asking, "How has the Digital Revolution impacted Marketing in an Analog World?

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    Marketing in an Analog World

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    In this course, you will learn how businesses create value for customers. We will examine the process by which Marketing builds on a thorough understanding of buyer behavior to create value.

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    Marketing Management I

  • Gies College of Business

    In this course, you will complete a more detailed analysis of the elements established in Marketing Management I in order to conduct a thorough strategic analysis of marketing opportunities and communicate marketing decisions.

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    Marketing Management II

  • Gies College of Business

    This course offers an introduction to the functions of individual decision-makers—both consumers and producers—within the larger economic system.

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    Microeconomics Principles

  • College of Liberal Arts & Sciences

    Twelve experienced faculty members from across the United States present their analyses of ground-breaking modern American poets in richly illustrated video lectures.

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    Modern American Poetry

  • College of Education

    This course introduces innovative approaches to learning and teaching, with a focus on the use of e-learning and social web technologies.

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    Multimodal Literacies: Communication and Learning in the Era of Digital Media

  • College of Education

    An investigation of the dimensions of learner diversity: material (class, locale), corporeal (age, race, sex and sexuality, and physical and mental characteristics) and symbolic (culture, language, gender, family, affinity and persona).

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    Negotiating Learner Differences: Towards Productive Diversity in Learning

  • Gies College of Business

    In this course, you will learn about the role of operations and how they are connected to other business functions in manufacturing- and service-focused organizations.

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    Operations Management

  • College of Engineering

    An exploration of in-depth concepts, methods, and applications of pattern discovery in data mining.

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    Pattern Discovery in Data Mining

  • College of Liberal Arts & Sciences

    Overview of geological topics including earthquakes, plate tectonics, volcanoes, sources of power, and rocks and minerals, and how they have interacted over time to produce our planet and its resources.

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    Planet Earth…and You!

  • Gies College of Business

    In this course you will focus on process improvement. You will learn how to set organizational priorities for continuous process improvement, how to execute process improvement projects, and how to sustain the initiative for continuous improvements.

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    Process Improvement

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    The capstone project is to design a Personal Leadership Credo: personal values, quotes and beliefs; a personal dilemma in 2MC style that gets worked through using DMF and TRAGEDIES; some personal scripts; and a personal leadership development plan.

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    Professional IQ: Capstone

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    Learn essential skills to succeed at work, such as knowing yourself and your values, recognizing and meeting ethical challenges, using an analytical decision-making framework, identifying potential pitfalls, and developing tools to use in the moment.

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    Professional IQ: Foundations of Professional Identity

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    Listening and being sure of your values underpins everything that comes with professional influencer and leadership skills. Learn how to master these skills in the Leadership and Influence course.

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    Professional IQ: Leadership and Influence

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    Skill-building in this course will include asking questions, listening, developing likeability (you’d better be stellar if you’re difficult), identifying cognitive bias, apologizing, receiving apologies, and the basics of whistleblowing.

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    Professional IQ: Shaping Your Professional Brand

  • College of Liberal Arts & Sciences

    Examine how race, ethnicity and cultural diversity have shaped American institutions, ideology, law, and social relationships from the colonial era to the present.

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    Race and Cultural Diversity in American Life and History

  • Gies College of Business

    Drawing from many years of research, this course will offer a set of frameworks, tools, and concepts in order to develop innovative strategies in a holistic way so as to achieve leadership positions.

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    Strategic Innovation: Building and Sustaining Innovative Organizations

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    Drawing from many years of research, this course will offer a set of frameworks, tools, and concepts in order to understand and develop cutting-edge innovative strategies in a coherent way so as to achieve leadership positions.

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    Strategic Innovation: Innovation at the Frontier: An Exploration of Cutting Edge Topics

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    The capstone is a strategic leadership and management plan where you’ll apply what you will learn to an actual business situation with participation by one or more focal companies.

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    Strategic Leadership and Management Capstone

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    A study of the intersection of poverty and the marketplace with the intention of developing an understanding of marketplace activity and the global challenges of poverty to design solutions for a better world.

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    Subsistence Marketplaces

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    Explore current challenges and opportunities facing firms in the area of environmental sustainability. It will begin with an introduction to sustainability, with a particular focus on how environmental sustainability is relevant to business.

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    Sustainable Business Enterprises

  • College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences

    Study of the impact of infectious disease on sustainable animal-based food production, including an overview of the science of growth, immunity, and infection, and the necessary skills to improve animal health and food production.

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    Sustainable Food Production Through Livestock Health Management

  • College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences

    This course focuses on understanding subsistence marketplaces and designing business solutions for the billions of people living in poverty in the global marketplace.

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    Sustainable Innovation and Subsistence Marketplaces

  • Gies College of Business

    This course provides an introduction to the U.S. federal income taxation of corporations and their shareholders.

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    Taxation of Business Entities I: Corporations

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    This course provides an introduction to the U.S. federal income taxation of pass-through business entities, including Subchapter S corporations, partnerships, and limited liability companies.

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    Taxation of Business Entities II: Pass-Through Entities

  • College of Engineering

    A course that covers the basic concepts, principles, major algorithms, and their applications in text mining.

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    Text Mining and Analytics

  • College of Engineering

    An exploration of the interworking of search engines, their major search algorithms, and how to optimize search accuracy.

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    Text Retrieval and Search Engines

  • Gies College of Business

    This course will analyze currently available technologies for learning. Participants will explore the processes for selection and implementation of suitable technologies, the design of electronic learning resources, and more.

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    Ubiquitous Learning and Instructional Technologies

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    The capstone for the Value Chain Management specialization will provide a learning experience that examines how the various segments of a business integrate to create a value chain.

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    Value Chain Management Capstone

  • College of Engineering

    Overview of the complex pieces of VLSI chips and the CAD software tools used to build them.

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    VLSI CAD Part I: Logic

  • College of Engineering

    A modern VLSI chip has a zillion parts -- logic, control, memory, interconnect, etc. How do we design these complex chips? Answer: CAD software tools. Learn how to build these tools in this class.

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    VLSI CAD Part II: Layout