OT: Free Online Classes

Submitted by WhoopinStick on April 20th, 2012 at 11:41 AM

Michigan, along with Stanford, Princeton, Penn and Cal-Berkley, are offering free online classes.   You do not, however, get college credits for these classes.

Check it out at:

www.coursera.org

 

Comments

a2_electricboogaloo

April 20th, 2012 at 11:45 AM ^

MIT does a similar think with some of their classes, and it was an absolute lifesaver for me in Calc-3 (my professor was terrible).  I'm definitely going to sign up for this, as online classes like this make a great supplement to normal classes.

UMCoconut

April 20th, 2012 at 11:46 AM ^

There is some awesome stuff there. You can also check out udacity.com for more computer engin classes. Khan Academy is great for its quick videos and breadth.

Michael Scarn

April 20th, 2012 at 12:00 PM ^

When people question the difference between the academics at Michigan vs. MSU/OSU/whatevever other B1G school besides Northwestern, the fact that no one would blink that we're a part of a group like this whereas any other school would make you say "what is that school doing there," is about the best response I've seen yet.  

D-Rob4Prez

April 20th, 2012 at 12:02 PM ^

$200 million would imply:

Earnings next year: $7.9 million

Book value: $100 million

This years cash flow: $14.9 million

This years revenue: $166 million

If it was compared to publicly traded, small cap companies based in the US. Of course that's the average and averages usually don't exist in the real world but it puts it into perspective. I wouldn't be too surprised considering the 18-34 male demographic is pretty appealing to advertisers.