Amid the Covid-19 pandemic, major institutions and universities are providing online courses to people all around the world. This is not only a wonderful way to improve your CV but is also a terrific method to learn something new while stuck at home.
If you've ever wanted to study at any of the world's best colleges, from Harvard to Yale to Columbia, now is your chance. Here is a list of some of the greatest online courses offered by the top universities:
Introduction To Game Development - CS50 - Harvard University
The candidates will learn how video games are implemented and designed through this course. The course includes online lectures as well as hands-on projects that examine the basics of 2D and 3D graphics, animation, sound, and collision detection utilising frameworks such as Unity and LÖVE 2D, as well as languages such as Lua and C#. The course is offered on both Harvard's official website and edX.
Introduction To Artificial Intelligence With Python (CS50) - Harvard University
This course examines the fundamental concepts and methods that underpin modern artificial intelligence, as well as technology such as game-playing engines, handwriting recognition, and machine translation. Students will have a solid understanding of machine learning and artificial intelligence systems at the end of the course. This course is also available on Harvard's official website and edX.
Introduction to Psychology - Yale University
This course provides a thorough overview of the scientific study of thinking and behaviour, covering topics such as perception, communication, learning, memory, decision-making, and so on. The course will also look at issues of child mind development. The course, which consists of 20 videos, is free and available on Yale's official YouTube page. Candidates can also apply for the course via Coursera.
How to Learn Math: For Students - Stanford University
The course assists students of all levels in determining the most successful strategies to approach and study math. Many people have had terrible experiences with arithmetic, and as a result, they dislike math or flunk it; so, this course will provide learners with the information they need to become great math learners. The course is free and consists of six brief lectures. The course is available on edX as well as the Stanford website.
Artificial Intelligence: Principles and Techniques - Stanford University
This AI introduction course will provide you a general understanding of how to apply machine learning for problem-solving, reasoning, learning, and interaction. Candidates must, however, have prior knowledge of CS103, CS106B, or CS106X, CS107, and CS109 (algorithms, probability, and programming experience).
The Age of Sustainable Development - Columbia University
The Age of Sustainable Development course teaches students about the fundamental problems and approaches to sustainable progress, which is defined as economic development that is also socially inclusive and environmentally sustainable. Coursera is offering the 30-hour course for free. The applicants can view the course on Coursera.
Computer Science: Algorithms, Theory, and Machines - Princeton University
This course will teach students the fundamentals of computer science. This course is designed for people who already know how to programme but want to learn more about the subject. The course focuses on the connections between application programming, computation theory, and real-world computers. Candidates may apply for the programme through Coursera or through the Princeton University website.