University announces first online degrees through Coursera

By | March 9, 2018
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Online learners may soon have three new U-M master’s degree options through a partnership with CourseraIn a joint announcement with the online platform, the School of Information said its Master of Applied Data Science under development will build upon the school’s leadership in offering programing courses online, including several on Coursera. 
The Master of Public Health offering from the School of Public Health is among the first degrees in this area of study to be delivered on a massive open online course (MOOC) platform. This degree program emphasizes application of research methods and public health principles to improve population health. The third proposed online offering is the debut of a new Construction Engineering and Management MasterTrack Certificate that allows users to take courses for certification or toward an advanced degree to be completed on campus for those who meet admission criteria. To date, U-M has seen 6.5 million enrollments in its portfolio of more than 120 online courses.