Online Columbia Courses

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> Executive Education Program on Leading with Impact

In today’s interconnected world, how can we lead and manage most effectively in the face of global challenges, crisis and disasters, funding constraints, and political and cultural tensions?  Navigating such crises can become a defining moment for public officials, private sector executives, community organizers, and others in leadership positions.

“Leading with Impact” equips you with the tools to prepare for, adapt to, and manage such complex challenges, and to inspire others to act.

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> Global Executive Masters of Public Administration

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[Columbia Business School]

> The Business of Aesthetics: What It Is, Why It Matters, and Why It Matters Now More than Ever

In conversation with Professor Bernd Schmitt (Robert D. Calkins Professor International Business; Faculty Director, Center on Global Brand Leadership), Brown and Schmitt discuss what aesthetics is, how it applies to decision making, how it can transform businesses and leadership, and how it can be applied to a post-pandemic and socially conscious marketplace.

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> Reimagining Leadership for the New World of Business

We are operating in a hyper-VUCA (volatile, uncertain, complex, ambiguous) world today, and the traditional approach to leadership may no longer be effective for the future. In this webinar, Professor Hitendra Wadhwa will draw upon his research on the new science of human potential to describe a new approach that anchors you in your inner core and then invites you to lead by expressing your five core energies.

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> Analytics in the Time of Corona

From pricing to credit, from fashion to aviation, analytics govern an ever-increasing part of our lives. Enormous strides in AI and machine learning have allowed these increasingly complex algorithms to leverage ever-larger dataset year after year. When the Coronavirus pandemic erupted earlier this year, many modeling efforts suddenly faced a world that looked nothing like the one they were designed to work in. In this session, our expert panelists discussed the ways they use data to drive their businesses, the challenges they faced when the pandemic hit, and the way forward as the world adapts to a new normal.

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Tech Trends and the Remote Workplace with Tim Campos '11

Tim Campos ’11, CEO of calendar app Woven, discusses the drastic acceleration of remote work practices amid the COVID-19 pandemic, how the workplace might permanently change, ways employers can preserve company culture with a remote workforce, and more.

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> Climate Finance and Policy in the COVID-19 Era

Columbia University experts Jason Bordoff and Bruce Usher discuss climate finance and policy in the COVID-19 era.   

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> MOS Transistors

Learn how MOS transistors work, and how to model them. The understanding provided in this course is essential not only for device modelers, but also for designers of high-performance circuits.

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> Marketing Analytics 

Marketers want to understand and forecast how customers purchase products and services and how they respond to marketing initiatives. You will learn how to use probabilistic models and optimization tools to model customer demand forecasts, pricing sensitivity, Lifetime Value and how to leverage such data to make optimal decisions on designing new products, marketing segmentation and strategy.

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> Analytics in Python

Learn the fundamental of programming in Python and develop the ability to analyze data and make data-driven decisions.

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> Machine Learning for Data Science and Analytics

Learn the principles of machine learning and the importance of algorithms.

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> Seeking Women’s Rights: Colonial Period to the Civil War

Learn about the emergence of women's history and its impact on the study of history as a whole. Then, examine the experiences of women in Colonial America. We will learn the ways that women struggled to loosen the constraints of family by proclaiming that they, like men, possessed individual rights.

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Wage Work for Women Citizens: 1870-1920

Departing from the Civil War years, examine how gender shaped women's work outside the home in the late 19th century. Explore efforts to affirm domesticity while providing women with paths to independence, and uncover how the 13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments impacted women’s political participation.

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Statistical Thinking for Data Science and Analytics

Learn how statistics plays a central role in the data science approach.

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Risk & Return

Learn how to measure the risk and return of equity and debt; and compute the weighted average of cost of capital.

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> Free Cash Flow Analysis

Learn how to use the free cash flow method for firm valuation and how to compute and project free cash flows. In this course, learners will begin to apply the lessons and concepts from Introduction to Corporate Finance as they begin to discuss basics of firm valuation.

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> Indian & Tibetan River of Buddhism

Explore an overview of the history and philosophy of Buddhism throughout India, South and Southeast Asia, Tibet, and Central Asia, featuring the basics of the Buddhist view of reality and its educational principles of sciences, mind and social ethics. 

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> Artificial Intelligence (AI)

Learn the fundamentals of Artificial Intelligence (AI), and apply them. Design intelligent agents to solve real-world problems including, search, games, machine learning, logic, and constraint satisfaction problems.

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> Enabling Technologies for Data Science and Analytics: The Internet of Things

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> Inclusive Teaching: Supporting All Students in the College Classroom

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> Fighting for Equality: 1950–2018

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