Free Online Courses – University of Pennsylvania

An Ivy League institution, the University of Pennsylvania has consistently been a top educational institution in the world. The university, among other things, is especially known for having students from different ethnic groups and also that over 50 percent of the students are women.

This educational institution has been offering excellent online courses for some years. Here are a few from the University of Pennsylvania.

  • Intellectual Property Law and Policy Parts I and II The World Trade Organization defines intellectual property rights as rights given to persons over the creations of their minds. They usually give the creator an exclusive right over the use of his/her creation for a certain period of time. However, protecting your intellectual property rights is an extremely complex subject. The course delves into the intricacies.
  • Software Development Fundamentals: Such courses are always in demand. They take you through the fundamentals of object oriented programming in Java.
  • Creating an Effective Child Welfare System: The system must basically make sure that children are safe and their families have the necessary wherewithal to offer them sufficient care. Easier said than done. This is an extremely complicated issue and involves millions of social workers. The course examines important areas.

This link shall give you more information on the complete list of courses University of Pennsylvania offers.

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