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Temple University launches its first massive open online course

The class, a graduate-level course on Quantitative Methods for Business that's part of the Fox School's online MBA Program, will be offered through learning platform Blackboard. Temple's Fox School is one of 15 schools that recently signed on to offer MOOCs through Blackboard.

Temple University’s Fox School of Business will offer Temple’s first massive open online course (MOOC) this fall.

The class, a graduate-level course on Quantitative Methods for Business that’s part of the Fox School’s online MBA Program, will be offered through learning platform Blackboard. Temple’s Fox School is one of 15 schools that recently signed on to offer MOOCs through Blackboard.

Sign up to be alerted when registration opens here. You don’t have to be part of the Fox School’s online MBA program to participate.

Other local universities, like the Curtis Institute of Music and Penn, offer courses on MOOC platform Coursera.

Companies: Fox School of Business / Temple University

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