The new issue features Craig Effron of Scoggin Capital Management, Jon Salinas (MBA ’08) of Plymouth Lane Capital Management, Jeff Gramm (MBA ’03) of Bandera Partners and Shane Parrish, founder of the Farnam Street Blog.This issue also includes three investment ideas from CBS students. More recent that the availability of online courses from a college, there is now a wide range of courses from those very colleges and universities that are being provided for free online.MOOC, as they are called, or Massive Open Online Courses, are posted online and are open to people all over the country.Click here for Psychology degree programs via distance learning.Slides only examples of the courses are available for free on their opencourseware website, but the full version is availalble, also free of charge, by registering at the Johns Hopkins Center for Public Health Preparedness.The current concerns of generating income, maintaining quality, and enforcing course compliance all lie in the path to creating a more open educational system that eliminates some of the barriers to higher education around the globe.The following listings include 75 free college courses in the field of Psychology.
Their reasons can be personal obligations, the need to maintain their current employment while obtaining a degree, or simply the inability to afford to relocate.
It’s really about diversity.” USA Today journalist Mary Beth Marklein recently discussed this new educational phenomenon.
She cited a Moody’s Investor Service report that calls MOOCs a “pivotal development” that has the potential to revolutionize higher eduction.
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The students of Columbia Business School have just released the Winter 2016 Edition of Graham & Doddsville.