Saturday, September 15, 2012

Banded sea snake: Courses with video from MIT OCW and Yale will probably be what WUaS accredits on beginning in April 2013 for our first, matriculating, online, bachelor's degree class in 2014

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Courses with video from MIT OCW and Yale will probably be what World University and School accredits on beginning in April 2013, for our first, matriculating, online, bachelor's degree class in 2014, where WUaS will hire the matriculated, graduate school instructors from some of these universities -  http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Courses#University_course_listings - to facilitate the conference method (http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Conference_Method_of_Teaching_and_Learning) vis-a-vis such online MIT and Yale video lectures.

The books in these courses will probably be what the WUaS bookstore initially sells:

http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Bookstore_/_Computer_Store_(New_&_Used)_at_WUaS


Here are the video courses, both undergraduate and graduate:

http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/audio-video-courses/

http://oyc.yale.edu/courses


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MIT OCW Audio / Video Courses :


Audio/Video Courses

  • Video lectures
  • Audio lectures
  • Selected video lectures
  • Selected audio lectures
Updated within the past 180 days
Course #Course TitleTerm
16.01Unified Engineering I, II, III, & IVFall 2005
16.346AstrodynamicsFall 2008
16.660Introduction to Lean Six Sigma MethodsJanuary IAP 2008
16.885JAircraft Systems EngineeringFall 2005
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Course #Course TitleTerm
PE.210SCUBASpring 2007
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20.010JIntroduction to Bioengineering (BE.010J)Spring 2006
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7.01SCFundamentals of BiologyFall 2011
7.012Introduction to BiologyFall 2004
7.013Introductory BiologySpring 2006
7.014Introductory BiologySpring 2005
7.38JIntroduction to Bioengineering (BE.010J)Spring 2006
7.59JTeaching College-Level Science and EngineeringSpring 2009
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9.00SCIntroduction to PsychologyFall 2011
9.00Introduction to PsychologyFall 2004
9.01Neuroscience and BehaviorFall 2003
9.14Brain Structure and Its OriginsSpring 2009
9.20Animal BehaviorFall 2005
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Course #Course TitleTerm
10.010JIntroduction to Bioengineering (BE.010J)Spring 2006
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Course #Course TitleTerm
5.111Principles of Chemical ScienceFall 2008
5.112Principles of Chemical ScienceFall 2005
5.60Thermodynamics & KineticsSpring 2008
5.74Introductory Quantum Mechanics IISpring 2009
5.74Introductory Quantum Mechanics IISpring 2004
5.80Small-Molecule Spectroscopy and DynamicsFall 2008
5.95JTeaching College-Level Science and EngineeringSpring 2009
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Course #Course TitleTerm
1.053JDynamics and Control IFall 2007
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Course #Course TitleTerm
CMS.608Game DesignFall 2010
CMS.930Media, Education, and the MarketplaceFall 2001
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12.742Marine ChemistryFall 2006
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14.01SCPrinciples of MicroeconomicsFall 2011
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Course #Course TitleTerm
ESD.172JX PRIZE Workshop: Grand Challenges in EnergyFall 2009
ESD.35JAircraft Systems EngineeringFall 2005
ESD.62JIntroduction to Lean Six Sigma MethodsJanuary IAP 2008
ESD.63JControl of Manufacturing Processes (SMA 6303)Spring 2008
ESD.932Engineering EthicsSpring 2006
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Course #Course TitleTerm
21F.034Media, Education, and the MarketplaceFall 2001
21F.223Listening, Speaking, and PronunciationFall 2004
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Course #Course TitleTerm
HST.184Health Information Systems to Improve Quality of Care in Resource-Poor SettingsSpring 2011
HST.508Genomics and Computational BiologyFall 2002
HST.512Genomic MedicineSpring 2004
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Course #Course TitleTerm
21H.931Seminar in Historical MethodsSpring 2004
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Course #Course TitleTerm
21L.011The Film ExperienceFall 2007
21L.432Understanding TelevisionSpring 2003
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21L.448JDarwin and DesignFall 2010
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Course #Course TitleTerm
18.01SCSingle Variable CalculusFall 2010
18.01Single Variable CalculusFall 2006
18.02SCMultivariable CalculusFall 2010
18.02Multivariable CalculusFall 2007
18.03SCDifferential EquationsFall 2011
18.03Differential EquationsSpring 2010
18.06SCLinear AlgebraFall 2011
18.06Linear AlgebraSpring 2010
18.085Computational Science and Engineering IFall 2008
18.086Mathematical Methods for Engineers IISpring 2006
18.094JTeaching College-Level Science and EngineeringSpring 2009
18.410JIntroduction to Algorithms (SMA 5503)Fall 2005
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Course #Course TitleTerm
MAS.531Computational Camera and PhotographyFall 2009
MAS.731JThe Society of MindSpring 2007
MAS.771Autism Theory and TechnologySpring 2011
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21M.220Early MusicFall 2010
21M.304Writing in Tonal Forms IISpring 2009
21M.342Composing for Jazz OrchestraFall 2008
21M.380Music and Technology (Contemporary History and Aesthetics)Fall 2009
21M.542Interdisciplinary Approaches to Musical TimeJanuary IAP 2010
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22.033Nuclear Systems Design ProjectFall 2011
22.091Nuclear Reactor SafetySpring 2008
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SP.793JX PRIZE Workshop: Grand Challenges in EnergyFall 2009
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21W.739JDarwin and DesignFall 2010
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Yale University - Open Yale Courses:


COURSES

Each course includes a full set of class lectures produced in high-quality video accompanied by such other course materials as syllabi, suggested readings, exams, and problem sets. The lectures are available as downloadable videos, and an audio-only version is also offered. In addition, searchable transcripts of each lecture are provided.
DEPARTMENTCOURSE NUMBERCOURSE TITLEPROFESSOR NAMEDATE
African American StudiesAFAM 162African American History: From Emancipation to the PresentHolloway, JonathanSpring 2010
American StudiesAMST 246Hemingway, Fitzgerald, FaulknerDimock, Wai CheeFall 2011
AstronomyASTR 160Frontiers and Controversies in AstrophysicsBailyn, CharlesSpring 2007
Biomedical EngineeringBENG 100Frontiers of Biomedical EngineeringSaltzman, W. MarkSpring 2008
ChemistryCHEM 125aFreshman Organic Chemistry IMcBride, J. MichaelFall 2008
ChemistryCHEM 125bFreshman Organic Chemistry IIMcBride, J. MichaelSpring 2011
ClassicsCLCV 205Introduction to Ancient Greek HistoryKagan, DonaldFall 2007
Ecology and Evolutionary BiologyEEB 122Principles of Evolution, Ecology and BehaviorStearns, Stephen C.Spring 2009
EconomicsECON 252Financial Markets (2008)Shiller, Robert J.Spring 2008
EconomicsECON 159Game TheoryPolak, BenFall 2007
EconomicsECON 251Financial TheoryGeanakoplos, JohnFall 2009
EconomicsECON 252Financial Markets (2011)Shiller, Robert J.Spring 2011
EnglishENGL 220MiltonRogers, JohnFall 2007
EnglishENGL 291The American Novel Since 1945Hungerford, AmySpring 2008
EnglishENGL 300Introduction to Theory of LiteratureFry, Paul H.Spring 2009
EnglishENGL 310Modern PoetryHammer, LangdonSpring 2007
Environmental StudiesEVST 255Environmental Politics and LawWargo, JohnSpring 2010
Geology and GeophysicsGG 140The Atmosphere, the Ocean, and Environmental ChangeSmith, Ronald B.Fall 2011
HistoryHIST 116The American RevolutionFreeman, JoanneSpring 2010
HistoryHIST 119The Civil War and Reconstruction Era, 1845-1877Blight, David W.Spring 2008
HistoryHIST 202European Civilization, 1648-1945Merriman, JohnFall 2008
HistoryHIST 234Epidemics in Western Society Since 1600Snowden, FrankSpring 2010
HistoryHIST 251Early Modern England: Politics, Religion, and Society under the Tudors and StuartsWrightson, Keith E.Fall 2009
HistoryHIST 276France Since 1871Merriman, JohnFall 2007
HistoryHIST 210The Early Middle Ages, 284–1000Freedman, PaulFall 2011
History of ArtHSAR 252Roman ArchitectureKleiner, Diana E. E.Spring 2009
Italian Language and LiteratureITAL 310Dante in TranslationMazzotta, GiuseppeFall 2008
Molecular, Cellular and Developmental BiologyMCDB 150Global Problems of Population GrowthWyman, RobertSpring 2009
MusicMUSI 112Listening to MusicWright, CraigFall 2008
PhilosophyPHIL 176DeathKagan, ShellySpring 2007
PhilosophyPHIL 181Philosophy and the Science of Human NatureGendler, TamarSpring 2011
PhysicsPHYS 200Fundamentals of Physics IShankar, RamamurtiFall 2006
PhysicsPHYS 201Fundamentals of Physics IIShankar, RamamurtiSpring 2010
Political SciencePLSC 114Introduction to Political PhilosophySmith, Steven B.Fall 2006
Political SciencePLSC 118The Moral Foundations of PoliticsShapiro, IanSpring 2010
Political SciencePLSC 270Capitalism: Success, Crisis, and ReformRae, Douglas W.Fall 2009
PsychologyPSYC 110Introduction to PsychologyBloom, PaulSpring 2007
PsychologyPSYC 123The Psychology, Biology and Politics of FoodBrownell, Kelly D.Fall 2008
Religious StudiesRLST 145Introduction to the Old Testament (Hebrew Bible)Hayes, ChristineFall 2006
Religious StudiesRLST 152Introduction to the New Testament History and LiteratureMartin, Dale B.Spring 2009
SociologySOCY 151Foundations of Modern Social TheorySzelényi, IvánFall 2009
Spanish and PortugueseSPAN 300Cervantes' Don QuixoteGonzález Echevarría, RobertoFall 2009





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This is a wonderful selection of Creative Commons' licensed courses in many academic fields, which World University and School hopes to accredit upon, first for its matriculating bachelor's degree class of possibly 2000 online, undergraduate students in 2014, and then for subsequent graduate degrees (Ph.D., law and M.D.).


You can find WUaS's related, wiki subject pages here: http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Subjects ...



MIT OCW's course subject areas:

Aeronautics and Astronautics
Architecture
Athletics, Physical Education and Recreation
Biological Engineering
Biology
Brain and Cognitive Sciences
Chemical Engineering
Chemistry
Civil and Environmental Engineering
Comparative Media Studies
Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences
Economics
Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Engineering Systems Division
Foreign Languages and Literatures
Health Sciences and Technology
History
Linguistics and Philosophy
Literature
Materials Science and Engineering
Mathematics
Mechanical Engineering
Media Arts and Sciences
Music and Theater Arts
Nuclear Science and Engineering
Physics
Sloan School of Management
Special Programs
Supplemental Resources
Urban Studies and Planning
Writing and Humanistic Studies




Yale's OYC course subject areas:

African American Studies
American Studies
Astronomy
Biomedical Engineering
Chemistry
Classics
Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Economics
English
Environmental Studies
Geology and Geophysics
History
History of Art

Italian Language and Literature

Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology
Music
Philosophy
Physics
Political Science
Psychology
Religious Studies
Religious Studies
Sociology
Spanish and Portuguese







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