Stanford?s Free Online Courses – Fast Track Your Career

Stanford University is recognized as one of the world?s leading universities and is offering free online courses. This is a great opportunity to upgrade your knowledge. God supplies us with the opportunity, but he cannot take advantage of it for us.

Many employees now use their spare time to try their hand to learn new skills. It may well be something that they have always longed to do under different circumstances. The experience and certification that they gain by branching out like this boosts their resume and career prospects considerably.

Stanford’s free online courses are taught by regular Stanford faculty in a highly interactive mode. You will not get Stanford credit for your work; however you do receive a statement of accomplishment if you successfully complete the course module. These are online programs so you can be anywhere in the world to complete it.

Opportunities are usually disguised as hard work, so most people don’t recognize them – Eppie Friedman

This is the list of current open enrollment programs at Stanford University, click on the title for more information on the module.

 

Title

Instructor

Dates – 2012

Introduction ? to Mathematical ThinkingKeith DevlinBegins September 17
Human-Computer InteractionScott KlemmerBegins September 24
Organizational ? AnalysisDaniel McFarlandBegins September 24
Introduction ? to LogicMichael GeneserethBegins September 24
Probabilistic ? Graphical ModelsDaphne KollerBegins September 24
An ? Introduction to Computer NetworksPhilip Levis and Nick McKeownBegins Fall 2012
Solar Cells, Fuel Cells, and ? BatteriesBruce ClemensBegins Fall 2012
Technology ? EntrepreneurshipChuck EesleyBegins October 1
A Crash Course ? on CreativityTina SeeligBegins October 1
Designing a ? New Learning EnvironmentPaul KimBegins Fall 2012
FinanceKay GieseckeBegins October 1
Advanced ? EntrepreneurshipClint KorverBegins Fall 2012
Algorithms: ? Design and Analysis, Part 2Tim RoughgardenBegins October 2012
Cryptography ? IIDan BonehBegins January 21,2013

?Do not wait for ideal circumstances nor for the best opportunities; they will never come – Anonymous

Do you yearn to spread your wings and soar higher in your career? The way to do it is to upgrade your knowledge and make it more attractive to present or future employers. Make best use of this opportunity to fast track your career.

Thanks

Jappreet Sethi

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Jappreet Sethi

I am a HR & Business Strategy professional with experience of leading HR & People Consulting practice of multinational professional services firms. I specialize in designing & delivering dynamic learning experiences in service of human development. I have over a decade of experience across various facets of HR and Process Consulting. I am a Six-Sigma Black Belt along with a certification in using Lean for process improvement. I am also a certified user for psychometric instruments like MBTI, FIRO, CPI & Saville Consulting Suite; I am among the few in India who specialize in using Art and Drama for Leadership Development and Personal Counseling. I have been rated twice as one of the Top 100 employee engagement experts in the world by a New York Times bestselling author.

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