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Ten Most Popular MOOCs Starting in September 2018

Written by Dhawal Shah
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Emotional Intelligence at Work
Coventry University via FutureLearn
This course is for anyone with a professional or personal interest in exploring emotional intelligence in workplace settings. It is suitable for those with a background in business, psychology or with relevant work experience and for those who wish to expand their existing knowledge of emotional intelligence.

Digital Media and Marketing Strategies
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign via Coursera
This course aims to give you a deeper understanding of core processes of planning a digital marketing campaign and the role of various digital channels in an integrated marketing communication.

Machine Learning with Python
IBM via Coursera
This course dives into the basics of machine learning using an approachable, and well-known programming language, Python.

Technology Entrepreneurship: How to Start a New Venture
University of Twente via FutureLearn
In this free online course, you’ll learn from experienced technology entrepreneurs and educators from the University of Twente how to address three crucial questions along the path towards a financially sustainable venture. You’ll find out how to recognise, evaluate and exploit entrepreneurial opportunities.

The Foundations of Happiness at Work
University of California, Berkeley via edX
This course explains what happiness at work looks like, why it matters, and how to cultivate it.

Cloud Computing Security
University of Colorado System via Coursera
In this MOOC, we will learn Cloud Computing basics using AWS as an example, We will guide you to create AWS account, planning AWS resources for your cloud systems, create AWS EC2 instances, access them and configure the popular LAMP web services with MySQL database.

Blockchain Technology
University of California, Berkeley via edX
The course covers many key topics in the blockchain space. First, we take a look at distributed systems and alternative consensus mechanisms, as well as cryptoeconomic and proof-of-stake. We then move on to the fundamental applications of bitcoin and blockchain technology, including exploring enterprise blockchain implementations (JP Morgan’s Quorum, Ripple, Tendermint, and HyperLedger), the challenges and solutions around scaling blockchain adoption, and the measures that the government is taking to regulate and control blockchain technology.

Data Science for Healthcare: Using Real World Evidence
InnoEnergy via FutureLearn
On this course you will learn how real world evidence can be used in healthcare, exploring current trends and existing methodologies for using it. You will consider ethics, design thinking, commercial applications, and the limitations of RWE.

Probability and Statistics: To p or not to p?
University of London International Programmes via Coursera
In this course we consider many useful tools to deal with uncertainty and help us to make informed (and hence better) decisions – essential skills for a lifetime of good decision-making.

Competitive Programmer’s Core Skills
Saint Petersburg State University via Coursera
During the course, you’ll learn everything needed to participate in real competitions — that’s the main goal. Along the way you’ll also gain useful skills for which competitive programmers are so highly valued by employers: ability to write efficient, reliable, and compact code, manage your time well when it’s limited, apply basic algorithmic ideas to real problems, etc.

We compile this list based on how many Class Central users have added a particular course to MOOC Tracker, our watchlist feature (courses have been added more than 2.0M times to MOOC Tracker). Learn more about MOOC Tracker. Courses that have been offered before are not included in this list.