• Intro to Computer Science, CS 101, Udacity, 2015
  • Artificial Intelligence Planning, Coursera (University of Edinburgh), 2015*
  • Pattern Discovery in Data Mining, Coursera (University of Illinois), 2015*
  • Data Analysis: Take it to the MAX(), edx (Delft University of Technology), 2015*
  • DS101X: Statistical Thinking for Data Science and Analytics, edx (Columbia University), 2016*
  • Introduction to Big Data, Coursera (UCSD), 2015
  • Calculus One, Coursera (Ohio State), June 2016
  • Calculus Two, Coursera (Ohio State), April 2017
  • Pre-University Calculus, edx (Delft University of Technology), September 2017
  • Calculus Applied!, CalcAPL1x,edx (Harvard), February 2018
  • Introduction to Linear Models and Matrix Algebra, edx (Harvard University), May 2017
  • Introduction to Mathematical Thinking, Coursera (Stanford University), 2015*
  • An Intuitive Introduction to Probability, Coursera (University of Zurich), April 2017
  • Introduction to Programming with Java, Parts 1,2, edx (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid), March 2017
  • Web Application Architectures, Coursera (University of New Mexico), 2014**
  • Cloud Computing Applications, Coursera (University of Illinois), 2015*
  • Using Python to Access Web Data, Coursera (University of Michigan), 2015
  • Using Databases with Python, Coursera (University of Michigan), 2015
  • Pattern-Oriented Software Architectures: Programming Mobile Services for Android Handheld Systems, Coursera (Vanderbilt University), 2015*
  • Surveillance Law, Coursera (Stanford University), 2014*
  • Learning How to Learn: Powerful mental tools to help you master tough subjects, Coursera (UCSD), 2015
  • Introduction to Chemistry: Reactions and Ratios, Coursera (Duke University), November 2017 :heavy_check_mark:
  • Big Data Science with the BD2K-LINCS Data Coordination and Integration Center, Coursera (Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai), 2015*
  • Sleep: Neurobiology, Medicine, and Society, Coursera (University of Michigan), 2015*
  • Chemistry, Modern States, August 2018
  • Biology, Modern States, January 2019

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.

:heavy_check_mark: Verified Certificate

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

**with distinction