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In July 2012, Georgia Tech began offering massive open online courses (MOOCs) through online learning provider Coursera. Currently, there are 33 unique Georgia Tech courses in the Coursera catalog with a combined enrollment of more than 2,000,000. 

GT Coursera Courses:

  • Computational Investing, Part I, Tucker Balch, Interactive Computing
  • Control of Mobile Robots, Magnus Egerstedt,Electrical & Computer Engineering
  • Energy 101, Sam Shelton, Strategic Energy Institute
  • Health Informatics in the Cloud, Mark Braunstein, Interactive Computing
  • Computational Investing, Part I, Tucker Balch, Interactive Computing
  • Games without Chance: Combinatorial Game Theory, Tom Morley, Mathematics
  • Introduction to Engineering Mechanics, Wayne Whiteman, Mechanical Engineering
  • Computational Photography, Irfan Essa, Interactive Computing
  • Introduction to Psychology as a Science, Anderson Smith, Psychology
  • Introductory Physics I with Laboratory, Mike Schatz, Physics
  • First-Year Composition 2.0, Karen Head, Literature, Media, and Communication
  • Software Defined Networking, Nick Feamser, Computer Science
  • Linear Circuits, Bonnie Ferri, Electrical & Computer Engineering
  • Computational Investing, Part I, Tucker Balch, Interactive Computing
  • Survey of Music Technology, Jason Freeman, Music
  • Introduction to Engineering Mechanics, Wayne Whiteman, Mechanical Engineering
  • Introductory Physics I with Laboratory, Mike Schatz, Physics
  • Health Informatics in the Cloud, Mark Braunstein, Interactive Computing
  • Applications in Engineering Mechanics, Wayne Whiteman, Mechanical Engineering
  • Energy 101, Sam Shelton, Strategic Energy Institute
  • Introduction to Psychology as a Science, Anderson Smith, Psychology
  • Games without Chance: Combinatorial Game Theory, Tom Morley, Mathematics
  • Control of Mobile Robots, Magnus Egerstedt, Electrical & Computer Engineering
  • Introductory Physics I with Laboratory, Mike Schatz, Physics
  • Engineering Systems in Motion: Dynamics of Particles and Bodies in 2D Motion, Wayne Whiteman, Mechanical Engineering
  • Software Defined Networking, Nick Feamster, Computer Science
  • Linear Circuits, Bonnie Ferri, Electrical & Computer Engineering
  • Introduction to Engineering Mechanics, Wayne Whiteman, Mechanical Engineering
  • Computational Investing, Part 1, Tucker Balch, Interactive Computing
  • Introducation to Electronics, Mechanical Engineering
  • Advanced Engineering Systems in Motion: Dynamics of Three Dimensional (3D) Motion, Wayne Whiteman, Mechanical Engineering
  • Nonlinear Dynamics 1: Geometry of Chaos
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