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Massive open online courses – or Moocs – are web-based classes that offer students self-paced learning in their subject of choice. Recently-listed free courses, on aspects of business, in our interactive directory include:
|- Challenging Wealth and Income Inequality||- Circular Economy: an introduction|
|- Digital and Social Media Marketing||- Digital Marketing Channels: The Landscape|
|- Driving Adoption of Innovation at the Bottom of the Pyramid||- Entrepreneurial Strategic Management|
|- eTourism: Communication Perspectives||- Inclusive Leadership Training: Becoming a Successful Leader|
|- Innovation and IT Management||- Innovation Generation: How to Be Creative|
|- Introduction to Operations Management||- Introduction to Project Management|
|- Knowledge Management and Big Data in Business||- Make an Impact: Sustainability for Professionals|
|- Market Segmentation at the Bottom of the Pyramid||- Networking Leadership 101: ...|
|- Product Design: The Delft Design Approach||- Scaling Smart: Developing Repeatable Models ...|
|- Social Entrepreneurship 101: ...||- Statistics for Business – I|
|- Statistics for Business - II||- The Business of Mining|
|- The Importance of Money in Business||- The Internet of Things|
Although Moocs are non-degree programmes, the content of many of these courses is often similar to that of a university-level programme. Some Mooc platforms, including Coursera and edX, partner with top universities to offer courses.
You can sort the table by clicking on the column headings such as “Subject”, “Course name”, “School/ Organisation”, “Start date”, “Duration in weeks”, “Platform” and “Certificate”.
To view a course description, click on the “i” button on the right. To go to the course website, click on the name of the Mooc.
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