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We hope you have enjoyed the online courses that you have taken with Princeton faculty and other learners from around the world. Since 2012, Princeton has offered a variety of free, non-credit courses through online platforms such as Coursera and NovoEd. These offerings have given millions around the world like you the opportunity to continue their education in a broad range of subjects such as computer science, sociology, ethics, astrophysics and world history.

We are delighted to announce the schedule for several online courses that Princeton faculty will offer in the near future.
 
New Offering
Global History Lab - Jeremy Adelman

Global History Lab 
Jeremy Adelman

September 2, 2014
NovoEd 
For the first time in history, it will be possible to study world history in a global classroom by working in teams of learners from different cultures and social backgrounds. 
ENROLL NOW !
Read more about Global History Lab in News at Princeton 

Upcoming Courses

Analysis of Algorithms - Robert Sedgewick
Analysis of Algorithms
Robert Sedgewick

September 5, 2014
Coursera
Algorithms, Part I - Robert Sedgewick & Kevin Wayne
Algorithms, Part I
Robert Sedgewick & Kevin Wayne

September 5, 2014
Coursera
Imagining Other Earths - David Spergel
Imagining Other Earths
David Spergel

September 8, 2014
Coursera
Networks: Friends, Money, and Bytes - Mung Chiang
Networks: Friends, Money, and Bytes
Mung Chiang

September 15, 2014
Coursera
Computer Architecture - David Wentzlaff
Computer Architecture
David Wentzlaff

September 20, 2014
Coursera
Analytic Combinatorics - Robert Sedgewick
Analytic Combinatorics
Robert Sedgewick

October 31, 2014
Coursera
Algorithms, Part II - Robert Sedgewick & Kevin Wayne
Algorithms, Part II
Robert Sedgewick & Kevin Wayne

October 31, 2014
Coursera

Courses in Development
  • Making Government Work in Hard Places
    Jennifer Widner
  • Art of Structural Engineering
    Maria Garlock
Princeton faculty offer free, noncredit courses in a variety of subjects for lifelong learning through online platforms such as Coursera and NovoEd. These courses have allowed millions of enrolled students to learn interactively in a wide range of academic disciplines with students from around the world. Princeton's online learning initiative also offers faculty the opportunity to learn from the world and connect their students at Princeton to global perspectives in ways that can enrich the quality of their education. On campus, our faculty are also using online learning tools to engage students in new, highly interactive modes of learning.
 
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