The best things in life are free, especially if it includes (sort of) granting your Elle Woods fantasy. If you’re still worried about missing your chance to tick off your scholastic goals on your resolution list, don’t fret: 2023’s pilot quarter isn’t over yet, and the Ivy League’s top-ranking university is here to help you earn more knowledge credits, all for free.
Calling all avid learners out there, Harvard University is currently offering over 90 free online courses you can take in your own time.
In the catalog, there are 11 subject areas you can explore. These courses let you earn extra knowledge about arts and design, business, computer science, data science, education and teaching, health and medicine, humanities, mathematics, programming, science, and social studies. You can also check out courses at different levels of difficulty: introductory, intermediate, and advanced.
Once you’re enrolled, you now have access to the lectures of Harvard instructors. Some courses can be completed in a week, while others may take over 12 weeks.
To cap off your learning experience, you may also pay for a verified certificate that you can attach (or should we say flex) to your resume. Just take note that the price varies depending on your chosen course.
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