Business Courses

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Science Courses

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Web Development Courses

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Computer Science

  • Introduction to Computer Science and Programming Using Python, MITx 6.00.1x, edx (MIT), 2015*
  • Mining Massive Datasets, Coursera (Stanford University), 2015*
  • Automata, Coursera (Stanford University), 2015*

Data Science

  • The Analytics Edge, MITx 15.071x, edx (MIT), 2015*
  • Data Analysis and Statistical Inference, Coursera (Duke University), 2015**
  • Python for Data Science, edx (UCSD), December 2017
  • Statistics and R, edx (Harvard University), May 2017

Mathematics

  • Mathematics for Machine Learning: Multivariate Calculus, Coursera (Imperial College London), July 2018*
  • Calculus with Analytic Geometry II, Mth 174 (Northern Virginia Community College), July 2018 (5 credits)
  • Calculus 1A: Differentiation, MITx: 18.01.1x, edx (MIT), September 2017
  • Calculus: Single Variable, Parts 1, 2, Coursera (University of Pennsylvania), October 2017
  • Linear Algebra, Foundations to Frontiers, edx (UT Austin), May 2017

Programming

  • An Introduction to Interactive Programming in Python, Coursera (Rice University), 2014**
  • Computer Science I (Java Programming), CSC 201 (Blue Ridge Community College), July 2018 (4 credits)
  • Functional Programming in Haskell, Future Learn (University of Glasgow), November 2017
  • Databases (SQL, JSON), Stanford Online, 2015*
  • Managing Big Data with MySQL (Duke University), 2016

Technology

  • Network Security, edx (Rochester Institute of Technology), November 2017
  • Cybersecurity Fundamentals, edx (Rochester Institute of Technology), May 2017
  • Computer Forensics, edx (Rochester Institute of Technology), July 2017


Other courses (includes some older or prerequisite courses)


This is a list of courses where I completed enough requirements to get a passing grade as defined by the instructor of the course (usually 60-80%), whether or not I got a certificate. In some courses a certificate was not offered, but in most cases I didn’t pay for a certificate due to the large number of courses I take. Free certificates were phased out by Coursera and edx in 2016.

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:heavy_check_mark: Verified Certificate

*Free certificates (Statement of Accomplishment, Honor Code Certificate, or merit badge)

**with distinction