What’s new on Coursera for Business – July 2018

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What’s new on Coursera for Business – July 2018

Summer is the time to learn! We released over 40 new courses across business, computer science, data science, and more during the past month. Here are our favorites for Coursera for Business from July:

Full-Stack Web Development with React by Hong Kong University of Science and Technology – Learn front-end and hybrid mobile development, with server-side support, for implementing a multi-platform solution from the creator of some of our most popular computer science specializations.

Music Business by Berklee College of Music – This course has been developed to provide students with the latest instruction on the best way for creators, consumers, and facilitators to navigate the resurgence of one of the world’s most exciting industries: the music business.

Advanced Data Science with IBM by IBM –  This specialization teaches you how to process, analyze and model large amounts of structured data in batch and real-time using ApacheSpark as a central data parallel platform with out of the box and add-on parallel machine learning packages.

Communication Strategies for a Virtual Age by University of Toronto – This course will help you navigate how communication has changed, as the traditional rules for speaking and presenting, meeting coordination, influencing people, negotiating and selling ideas no longer apply in a world of skype, messenger, video and teleconference.

Accounting for Decision Making by University of Michigan – This course is especially useful for managers with profit and loss responsibility, individuals at any level who help to form decisions within a company, and individuals seeking to apply to or who have been accepted into an MBA program.

 More new content from the past month:

Business

Computer Science

Data Science

Information Technology

Math and Logic

Personal Development

Physical Science and Engineering

Social Sciences

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