APPLY HERE: Harvard University is offering 4 FREE online courses
It is pertinent to mention here that although the course material and related content are available free, the verified course completion certificate is paid.
Harvard University has introduced four free Computer Science courses in collaboration with Edx – a leading American online course platform.
Previously, the Ivy League Research University had introduced 64 free online courses amid the COVID-19 pandemic to allow students to learn their preferred subjects from anywhere in the world.
It is pertinent to mention here that although the course material and related content are available for free, the verified course completion certificate is paid for.
Here are the four new free Computer Science courses that Harvard University has introduced.
CS50’s Introduction to Artificial Intelligence with Python
The course’ Introduction to Artificial Intelligence with Python’ will explore the models and algorithms based on modern artificial intelligence.
Students will learn the graph search algorithms, classification, optimization, reinforcement learning, and many other artificial intelligence and machine learning concepts through hands-on projects.
CS50’s Mobile App Development with React Native
Students will gain experience with React and its paradigms, app architecture, and user interfaces through hands-on projects.
Using Python for Research
The course ‘Python for Research’ will bridge a gap between fundamental and advanced Python courses.
After studying the basics of Python 3, students will learn about tools commonly used in research frameworks.
Students will also practice their newly acquired Python skills with numerous case studies selected for their scientific implementation and coverage of Python programming language features.
Data Science: R Basics
This course offers the basics of R programming. It is an interdisciplinary course that will help students learn scientific methods, machine learning algorithms, Natural language processing, and systems to obtain information from structured and unstructured data.
Students will also learn R’s functions and data types, vectors, and advanced functions like searching and sorting.
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