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ECON140 Everyday Economics MRUniversity MRUniversity
ECON301 Intermediate Microeconomics Saylor Saylor
ECON302 Intermediate Macroeconomics Saylor Saylor
ECON303 Money and Banking / Financial Economics Saylor Saylor
ECON310 Principles of Economics for Scientists California Institute of Technology Coursera
ECON322 Public Finance Saylor Saylor
ECON323 Labor Economics Saylor Saylor
ECON326 Development Economics MRUniversity MRUniversity
FIN85 Giving With Purpose: How to get the most out of your charitable giving LBG EdX
FIN160 Finance for Non-Financial People University of California, Irvine Coursera
FIN201 Financial Literacy Macquarie university Open2Study
FIN201 Financial Planning for Young Adults University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Coursera
FIN301 Principles of Finance Saylor Saylor
FIN305 Corporate Finance Essentials IESE Business School Coursera
FIN305 Corporate Finance University of Pennsylvania Coursera
FIN305 Financial Evaluation and Strategy: Corporate Finance University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Coursera
FIN310 Financial Analysis of Entrepreneurial Ideas Babson Novoed
FIN320 Financial Analysis and Decision Making Tsinghua EdX
FIN323 Financial Markets Yale University Coursera
FIN330 The Finance of Retirement & Pensions Stanford Graduate School of Business Novoed
FIN405 Financial Planning TAFE NSW-Sydney Institute Open2Study
FIN426 An Introduction to Credit Risk Management Delft EdX
FIN429 Financial Engineering and Risk Management Part I Columbia University Coursera
FIN430 Financial Engineering and Risk Management Part II Columbia University Coursera
FIN456 Risk Management Saylor Saylor
FIN467 Pricing Options with Mathematical Models Caltech EdX
PHIL101 Introduction to Philosophy Saylor Saylor
PHIL108 Moral and Political Philosophy Saylor Saylor
PHIL204 The Science of Everyday Thinking The University of Queensland EdX
PHIL205 Critical Thinking in Global Challenges The University of Edinburgh Coursera
PHIL250 On Strategy: What Managers can learn from Philosophy - Part 2 CentraleSupélec Coursera
PHIL322 The Modern and the Postmodern Wesleyan University Coursera
PHIL342 Practical Ethics Princeton University Coursera
PSYCH100 Introduction to Psychology St. Margaret’s Episcopal School EdX
PSYCH101 Introduction to Psychology Saylor Saylor
PSYCH248 Genius. Talent. Golden Mediocrity Tomsk State University Iversity
PSYCH269 Soul Beliefs: Causes and Consequences Rutgers University Coursera
PSYCH280 Research Methods Saylor Saylor
PSYCH281 Research Methods Lab Saylor Saylor
PSYCH308 Industrial and Organizational Psychology Saylor Saylor
PSYCH315 Resilience in Children Exposed to Trauma, Disaster and War: Global Perspectives University of Minnesota Coursera
PSYCH318 Moralities of Everyday Life Yale University Coursera
PSYCH320 Unethical Decision Making in Organizations University of Lausanne Coursera
PSYCH321 Theories of Personality Saylor Saylor
SOC101 Introduction to Sociology Saylor Saylor
SOC230 Introduction to Global Sociology Wellesley EdX
SOC310 Measuring Causal Effects in the Social Sciences University of Copenhagen Coursera
SOC315 Questionnaire Design for Social Surveys University of Michigan Coursera
SOC338 Advertising and Society Duke University Coursera
SOC341 Paradoxes of War Princeton University Coursera
SOC355 Presumed Innocent? The Social Science of Wrongful Conviction The Pennsylvania State University Coursera
STATS120 I "Heart" Stats: Learning to Love Statistics NotreDame EdX
STATS202 Introduction to Statistics: Descriptive Statistics University of California, Berkeley EdX
STATS205 Introduction to Statistics Saylor Saylor
STATS212 Statistics II Saylor Saylor
STATS245 Evaluating Social Programs MIT EdX
STATS273 Explore Statistics with R Karolinska Institutet EdX
STATS305 R Programming Johns Hopkins University Coursera
STATS310 Regression Models Johns Hopkins University Coursera
STATS356 Introduction to Statistics: Probability University of California, Berkeley EdX
STATS360 Introduction to Probability Theory Saylor Saylor