MOOCs offered by University of Bath
We currently offer three MOOCs (massive open online courses), free and flexible courses supported by world-class academic standards.
Our MOOCs have no entry requirements so they can be taken by anyone from anywhere around the world as a taster for further academic study or to explore a subject of interest.
Make an Impact: Sustainability for Professionals
This course will raise your awareness of sustainability issues and help you to develop a sustainability strategy for your own organisation.
The course has run three times so far and is running again from 4 April 2016. The course lasts for 6 weeks and requires about three hours of study a week.
Inside Cancer: How Genes Influence Cancer Development
An ideal introduction for those interested in understanding how genetics influence the development and spread of cancer.
This successful course has run four times so far and will run again in Autumn 2016. It lasts 6 weeks and requires about three hours of study per week.
From State Control to Remote Control: Warfare in the 21st Century
Explore the impact and ethics of the increasing use of drones, special ops units and private security firms, with this free online course.
This course has run twice and will run again later in the year. It lasts 6 weeks and requires about three hours of study per week.
Our approach to MOOCs
If you have any questions relating to University of Bath MOOCs, please contact email@example.com
MOOCs have been available for some years but are still a highly experimental area of study. The University of Bath is committed to providing a wide range of opportunities for independent learning, which is why we are excited by the potential of MOOCs.
The experience of running our three current courses will influence the future MOOCs we offer. As well as providing courses, we are keen to play a leading role in shaping future developments in MOOCs and other approaches to online learning.
Our current courses are available on Futurelearn.com. The University of Bath is a member of the FutureLearn partnership, which includes some of the best UK and international universities, as well as institutions with a huge archive of cultural and educational material. To explore more of what Futurelearn has to offer, visit their website.