Online Learning Update

March 8, 2016

Take online classes at prestigious universities for free

Filed under: Online Learning News — Ray Schroeder @ 12:02 am

By Kevin Downey, Komando

Unless you’re rich or academically gifted, it’s unlikely you’ll take classes at universities such as Stanford, Yale or Princeton. These are some of the most-respected universities in the world, and they charge eye-popping tuition to match their reputations. Of course, all universities charge a lot these days, whether that’s Brown University, Penn State, UC Davis, or the universities where you live. Yet, there is a way around steep tuition. Coursera is a great way to take classes at 140 universities in 28 countries. These are professor-instructed classes, such as Algorithms (Princeton), Calculus (Ohio State University), History of Graphic Design (California Institute of the Arts), Photography Basics and Beyond (Michigan State), or many others.

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