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PricetagFree at Udacity

LevelBeginner
Certificate qualityNone
Pace of the course or starting dateSelf-paced
Hours of content15-35h

Intro to Physics

Course created by

This one-of-a-kind course from Udacity gives you the opportunity to learn physics in a fun and interesting way. In this course, you will find yourself..

/5 out of reviews
Pricetag$43/mo. at Coursera

LevelAll Levels
Certificate qualityCertificate (q2)
Pace of the course or starting dateStarts Feb 15
Hours of content26-40h

Introduction to Engineering Mechanics

Course created by Georgia Institute of Technology

"Introduction to Engineering Mechanics" provides an introduction to learning and applying the principles needed to provide solutions to problems in en..

4.7/5 out of 1280 reviews
Pricetag$43/mo. at Coursera

LevelIntermediate
Certificate qualityCertificate (q2)
Pace of the course or starting dateStarts Feb 15
Hours of content26-40h

How Things Work: An Introduction to Physics

Course created by University of Virginia

An introduction to physics in the context of everyday objects.

4.8/5 out of 861 reviews
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Pricetag$11.99 at Udemy

LevelBeginner
Certificate qualityCertificate (q1)
Pace of the course or starting dateSelf-paced
Hours of content5h

Prosperity and Metaphysics: Open the Channels of Prosperity

Course created by Cha~zay Sandhriel Ph.D.

If you are looking to understand the true power of money this is just a course for you. You will learn how to neutralize the negative effects of money..

4.6/5 out of 815 reviews
PricetagFree at edX

LevelIntermediate
Certificate qualityCertificate (q1)
Pace of the course or starting dateSelf-paced
Hours of content40h

Plasma Physics: Introduction

Course created by Ecole polytechnique federale de Lausanne

Experience the fundamentals of plasma, one of the basic building blocks of matter. You?ll come to know the different kinds of models used to depict pl..

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"Experience the fundamentals of plasma, one of the basic building blocks of matter. You"
- "Plasma Physics: Introduction" by edX
PricetagFree at edX

LevelIntermediate
Certificate qualityCertificate (q1)
Pace of the course or starting dateSelf-paced
Hours of content24h

Introduction to Mechanics, Part 1

Course created by Rice University

Learn the physics of how things move with this calculus-based course in mechanics.

/5 out of reviews
PricetagFree at edX

LevelBeginner
Certificate qualityCertificate (q1)
Pace of the course or starting dateSelf-paced
Hours of content24h

Libertarian Free Will: Neuroscientific and Philosophical Evidence

Course created by Dartmouth College

Yes, we have free will! This course will explore Libertarian Free Will and discuss philosophical arguments and neuroscientific evidence for and agains..

/5 out of reviews
PricetagFree at edX

LevelIntermediate
Certificate qualityCertificate (q1)
Pace of the course or starting dateSelf-paced
Hours of content50h

Plasma Physics: Applications

Course created by Ecole polytechnique federale de Lausanne

Learn about plasma applications from nuclear fusion powering the sun, to making integrated circuits, to generating electricity.

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PricetagFree at edX

LevelIntermediate
Certificate qualityCertificate (q1)
Pace of the course or starting dateJoin Now
Hours of content4h

Mechanics: Simple Harmonic Motion

Course created by Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Learn how to solve and understand simple harmonic motion in this calculus-based physics class. This is the fourth of a series of modules that cover ca..

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PricetagFree at edX

LevelBeginner
Certificate qualityCertificate (q1)
Pace of the course or starting dateSelf-paced
Hours of content32h

Science & Cooking: From Haute Cuisine to Soft Matter Science (physics)

Course created by Harvard University

Harvard reserachers team up with top chefs to investigate how traditional and contemporary cooking can highlight fundamental principles in chemistry, ..

/5 out of reviews
PricetagFree at edX

LevelIntermediate
Certificate qualityCertificate (q1)
Pace of the course or starting dateUnknown
Hours of content6h

Electricity and Magnetism: Magnetic Fields and Forces

Course created by Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Learn how charges create and move in magnetic fields and how to analyze simple DC circuits in this introductory-level physics course. Electricity and ..

/5 out of reviews
PricetagFree at edX

LevelBeginner
Certificate qualityCertificate (q1)
Pace of the course or starting dateSelf-paced
Hours of content16h

AP? Physics 1: Challenging Concepts

Course created by Davidson Next

Master the most difficult topics in your AP? Physics 1 course with help from experienced AP? Physics teachers.

/5 out of reviews
Pricetag$43/mo. at Coursera

LevelAll Levels
Certificate qualityCertificate (q2)
Pace of the course or starting dateStarts Apr 01
Hours of content26-40h

The Science of the Solar System

Course created by Caltech

This is a free class that will teach you all about the current exploration of the solar system. You will also learn how to use principles from physics..

4.9/5 out of 308 reviews
PricetagFree at edX

LevelBeginner
Certificate qualityCertificate (q1)
Pace of the course or starting dateSelf-paced
Hours of content32h

Science & Cooking: From Haute Cuisine to Soft Matter Science (chemistry)

Course created by Harvard University

Top chefs and Harvard researchers explore how everyday cooking and haute cuisine can illuminate basic principles in chemistry, physics, and engineerin..

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"Top chefs and Harvard researchers explore how everyday cooking and haute cuisine can illuminate basic principles in chemistry, physics, and engineering. Learn about food molecules and how chemical reactions can affect food texture and flavor."
- "Science & Cooking: From Haute Cuisine to Soft Matter Science (chemistry)" by edX
PricetagFree at Futurelearn

LevelAll levels
Certificate qualityNone
Pace of the course or starting dateAvailable
Hours of content35h

The Discovery of the Higgs Boson

Course created by The University of Edinburgh

Should we be excited about the Higgs boson? Find out more about particle physics and understanding the universe. The discovery of a new fundamental pa..

/5 out of reviews
PricetagFree at Udemy

LevelBeginner
Certificate qualityCertificate (q1)
Pace of the course or starting dateSelf-paced
Hours of content4h

Physics: Intro to Electricity & Magnetism

Course created by Scott Redmond

If you are struggling with physics and need a help from a professional this is just a course for you. Join Scott Redmond and he will help you improve ..

4.2/5 out of 628 reviews
Pricetag$43/mo. at Coursera

LevelIntermediate
Certificate qualityCertificate (q2)
Pace of the course or starting dateStarts Mar 04
Hours of content26-40h

The Finite Element Method for Problems in Physics

Course created by University of Michigan

This course is an introduction to the finite element method as applicable to a range of problems in physics and engineering sciences. The treatment is..

4.6/5 out of 241 reviews
"This course is an introduction to the finite element method as applicable to a range of problems in physics and engineering sciences. The treatment is mathematical, but only for the purpose of clarifying the formulation. The emphasis is on coding up the formulations in a modern, open-source environment that can be expanded to other applications, su.."
- "The Finite Element Method for Problems in Physics" by Coursera
PricetagFree at edX

LevelBeginner
Certificate qualityCertificate (q1)
Pace of the course or starting dateSelf-paced
Hours of content18h

AP? Physics 2: Challenging Concepts

Course created by Davidson Next

Master the most difficult topics in your AP? Physics 2 course with help from experienced AP? Physics teachers.

/5 out of reviews
Pricetag$43/mo. at Coursera

LevelAll Levels
Certificate qualityCertificate (q2)
Pace of the course or starting dateStarts Feb 15
Hours of content26-40h

Particle Physics: an Introduction

Course created by University of Geneva

This course introduces you to subatomic physics, i.e. the physics of nuclei and particles. More specifically, the following questions are addressed:..

4.4/5 out of 246 reviews
Pricetag$43/mo. at Coursera

LevelAll Levels
Certificate qualityCertificate (q2)
Pace of the course or starting dateStarts Feb 15
Hours of content26-40h

Statistical Mechanics: Algorithms and Computations

Course created by Ecole normale superieure

If you want to learn more about algorithms, and about the deep insights into science that can be obtained by the algorithmic approach than this course..

4.8/5 out of 173 reviews
PricetagFree at edX

LevelBeginner
Certificate qualityCertificate (q1)
Pace of the course or starting dateIn Session
Hours of content175h

Preparing for the AP Physics 1 Exam

Course created by Boston University

Prepare for the AP Physics 1 exam in this engaging and interactive prep course from Boston University.

/5 out of reviews
PricetagFree at edX

LevelExpert
Certificate qualityCertificate (q1)
Pace of the course or starting dateUnknown
Hours of contentUnknown

Applications of Quantum Mechanics

Course created by Massachusetts Institute of Technology

This course focuses on essential techniques needed for practical applications and research in Quantum Mechanics. We introduce a variety of approximati..

/5 out of reviews
PricetagFree at edX

LevelBeginner
Certificate qualityCertificate (q1)
Pace of the course or starting dateIn Session
Hours of content64h

Nuclear Energy: Science, Systems and Society

Course created by Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Learn how a nuclear reactor works, what the future of nuclear fusion looks like, and the numerous useful applications of nuclear radiation in four eas..

/5 out of reviews

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