Online Courses

Please note that I did not physically attend any of the institutions below, I merely participated in an online course for which the institutions provided the materials and teachers only. The courses usually provide a statement of accomplishment, which means I watched the lectures, successfully did the assignments, the quizzes and the final exam.

Courses by Subject

 

Computer Science, Artificial Intelligence

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  • CS101: Introduction to Computer Science I
  • CS102: Introduction to Computer Science II
  • CS201: Elementary Data Structures
  • Machine Learning

Economics, Business, Finance

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  • Financial Markets
  • Grow to Greatness: Smart Growth for Private Businesses, Part I & Part II
  • New Models of Business in Society
  • Competitive Strategy
  • Developing Innovative Ideas for New Companies: The First Step in Entrepreneurship
  • BUS101: Introduction to Business

Courses by organization

This includes additional information on all courses and links to the actual certificates

Coursera

Please note that the institutions provided only the material, not the certificate, the certificates are all provided by Coursera.

Name Description Date Institution Teacher Certificate
Financial Markets This course strives to offer understanding of the theory of finance and its relation to the history, strengths and imperfections of such institutions as banking, insurance, securities, futures, and other derivatives markets, and the future of these institutions APRIL 24, 2014 Yale University Robert J. Schiller, Sterling Professor of Ecomomics Coursera financialmarkets 2014
Grow to Greatness: Smart Growth
for Private Businesses, Part I
This Course is research- and case-based, and its content is used in a Darden Graduate School of Business MBA course: “Growing an Entrepreneurial Business.” The Course focuses on the common challenges of growing an entrepreneurial business. MARCH 25, 2014 Darden Graduate School of Business Edward D. Hess, Professor of Business Administration, Batten Executive-in-Residence Coursera growtogreatness 2014
Grow to Greatness: Smart Growth
for Private Businesses, Part II
This Course is based on research and content from the Darden Graduate School of Business MBA course: “Growing an Entrepreneurial Business,” and focuses on the common human resource challenges faced by private businesses when they attempt to grow substantially. APRIL 28, 2014 Darden Graduate School of Business Edward D. Hess, Professor of Business Administration, Batten Executive-in-Residence Coursera GTG 2014
New Models of Business in Society This course explains and analyzes the new emerging narratives of business and its larger impact on society. It develops your ability
to think broadly and critically about business, and your ability to create business ideas that are profitable and make the world better.
MAY 15, 2014 University of Virginia R. Edward Freeman, University Professor, Elis and Signe Olsson Professor of Business Administration, Darden School of business Coursera bizsociety 2014
Competitive Strategy This six-week course introduces game theory as a powerful tool to think about business strategy in a systematic way. Participants learn to identify interdependencies among companies and
anticipate the behaviour of competitors in their business decisions.
JUNE, 26, 2014 Ludwig-Maximilians-University of Munich Professor Tobias Kretschmer, Phd Institute for Strategy, Technology and Organization, Munich School of Management Coursera compstrategy 2014
Developing Innovative Ideas for
New Companies: The First Step in
Entrepreneurship
This course explores how to identify and evaluate opportunities
based on real customer needs,
APRIL, 02, 2014 University of Maryland Dr. James V. Green, Maryland Technology Enterprise institute Coursera innovativeideas 2014
Machine Learning Congratulations! You have successfully completed the online
Machine Learning course (ml-class.org). To successfully complete the course, students were required to watch lectures, review questions and complete programming assignments.
JUNE, 04, 2014 Stanford University Associate Professor Andrew NG, Computer Science Department Coursera ml 2014

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Name Date Certificate
CS101: Introduction to Computer Science I October 10, 2014 Course_Completion_Certificate_CS101_Introduction_to_Computer_Science_I
CS102: Introduction to Computer Science II October 10, 2014 Course_Completion_Certificate_CS102_Introduction_to_Computer_Science_II_
CS201: Elementary Data Structures October 25, 2014 CS_201_Certificate
BUS101: Introduction to Business November 2, 2014 Course_Completion_Certificate_BUS101_Introduction_to_Business