Collection of 100 Free Courses for Computer Science and Programming Languages in 2018

By Jyoti Nigania |Email | Sep 24, 2018 | 4242 Views

In Part-3 we have covered 50 plus courses at an intermediate level. As i have classified these courses on the basis of difficulty level.
Many of these courses are completely self-paced. The rest will start at various times later in September. You can find complete lists of the technology-related courses starting later in 2018 on Class Centrals Computer Science, Data Science, and Programming subject pages.I've sorted these courses into the following categories based on their difficulty level:
Following are the another 100 courses at an Intermediate Level:

  1. Database Systems Concepts and Design from Georgia Institute of Technology
  2. Software Analysis & Testing from Georgia Institute of Technology
  3. Database Systems Concepts & Design from Georgia Institute of Technology
  4. Introduction to Graduate Algorithms from Georgia Institute of Technology
  5. Animation and CGI Motion from Columbia University
  6. Data Analytics Foundations for Accountancy II from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  7. How Virtual Reality Works from University of California, San Diego
  8. Minecraft, Coding and Teaching from University of California, San Diego
  9. Internet of Things: Sensing and Actuation From Devices from University of California, San Diego
  10. Data Structures: An Active Learning Approach from University of California, San Diego
  11. Algorithmic Design and Techniques from University of California, San Diego
  12. Machine Learning Fundamentals from University of California, San Diego
  13. Creating Virtual Reality (VR) Apps from University of California, San Diego
  14. Data Structures Fundamentals from University of California, San Diego
  15. Graph Algorithms from University of California, San Diego
  16. Finding your Cybersecurity Career Path from University of Washington
  17. Programming Languages, Part B from University of Washington
  18. Programming Languages, Part C from University of Washington
  19. Building a Cybersecurity Toolkit from University of Washington
  20. Cybersecurity: The CISOs View from University of Washington
  21. Supercomputing from Partnership for Advanced Computing in Europe
  22. Blockchain Platforms from University at Buffalo
  23. Smart Contracts from University at Buffalo
  24. Blockchain Basics from University at Buffalo
  25. Design and Analysis of Algorithms from Peking University
  26. The Advanced Object-Oriented Technology from Peking University
  27. How to Code: Complex Data from The University of British Columbia
  28. How to Code: Systematic Program Design Part 3 from The University of British Columbia
  29. How to Code: Systematic Program Design Part 2 from The University of British Columbia
  30. Software Construction: Data Abstraction from The University of British Columbia

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