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Alaynah T.
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Level Course Title University Provider
BIO173 Biology for Voters University of California, Berkeley EdX
CE456 Fundamentals of Digital Image and Video Processing Northwestern University Coursera
EDU480 Big Data in Education Columbia University Coursera
ENG381 American Prison Witness: Understanding U.S. Penal Practice and Its Future through the Voices of the Condemned Hamilton EdX
ENVSCI271 Civic Ecology: Reclaiming Broken Places Cornell EdX
FRNSC100 Introduction to forensic science University of Strathclyde FutureLearn
FRNSC101 Introduction to Forensic Science Nanyang Technological University, Singapore Coursera
LAW365 International Human Rights Law: Prospects and Challenges Duke University Coursera
LAW367 Introduction to International Criminal Law Case Western Reserve University Coursera
LAW367 International Criminal Law Peking University EdX
MGT280 Analyzing Global Trends for Business and Society University of Pennsylvania Coursera
NER S250 Basic Behavioral Neurology University of Pennsylvania Coursera
PHIL346 The Ethics of Eating Cornell EdX
POLSCI322 Justice Harvard EdX
POLSCI425 Central Challenges of American National Security, Strategy and the Press Harvard EdX
POLSCI428 21st Century American Foreign Policy Duke University Coursera
PSYCH100 Introduction to Psychology St. Margaret’s Episcopal School EdX
PSYCH175 Unlocking the Immunity to Change: A New Approach to Personal Improvement Harvard EdX
PSYCH180 The Science of Happiness Berkeley EdX
PSYCH308 Industrial and Organizational Psychology Saylor Saylor
PSYCH312 The Psychology of Criminal Justice The University of Queensland EdX
PSYCH321 Theories of Personality Saylor Saylor
PSYCH326 Psychology and Mental Health: Beyond Nature and Nurture University of Liverpool FutureLearn
PSYCH333 Abnormal Behavior Saylor Saylor
PSYCH350 Social Psychology Wesleyan University Coursera
PSYCH440 Clinical Psychology Saylor Saylor
SOC263 Understanding Violence Emory University Coursera
SOC355 Presumed Innocent? The Social Science of Wrongful Conviction The Pennsylvania State University Coursera