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University of London

**Skills you'll gain:**Mathematical Theory & Analysis, Mathematics, Problem Solving, Algebra, Calculus, Computer Networking, Applied Mathematics, Critical Thinking, Theoretical Computer Science, Computer Programming, Javascript- Status: Free
University of Toronto

**Skills you'll gain:**Computer Programming, Python Programming, Computational Logic, Problem Solving, Programming Principles, Computer Programming Tools, Critical Thinking, Computational Thinking, Algorithms, Mathematics Rice University

**Skills you'll gain:**Computer Programming, Python Programming, Programming Principles, Mathematics, Algorithms, Computational Logic, Computational Thinking, Computer Programming Tools, Critical Thinking, Problem Solving, Theoretical Computer Science, Visualization (Computer Graphics), Computer Graphics, Data Structures, Graph Theory, Probability & Statistics, CombinatoricsUniversity of London

**Skills you'll gain:**Mathematical Theory & Analysis, Mathematics, Problem Solving, Algebra, Calculus, Applied Mathematics, Critical Thinking, Theoretical Computer ScienceStanford University

**Skills you'll gain:**Algorithms, Theoretical Computer Science, Computer Programming, Problem Solving, Graph Theory, Mathematics, Data Structures, Computational Thinking, Mathematical Theory & Analysis, Critical Thinking, Computational Logic, Programming Principles, Software EngineeringUniversity of Colorado Boulder

**Skills you'll gain:**Algorithms, Theoretical Computer Science, Data Structures, Computer Programming, Graph Theory, Problem Solving, Computational Logic, Computational Thinking, Mathematical Theory & Analysis, Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, Python Programming- Status: Free
Stanford University

**Skills you'll gain:**Critical Thinking, Mathematical Theory & Analysis, Mathematics, Problem Solving, Computational Logic, Algebra, Applied Mathematics, Data Analysis, Computational Thinking, Decision Making University of Toronto

**Skills you'll gain:**Algorithms, Machine Learning, Python Programming, Computer Programming, Mathematics, Theoretical Computer Science, Estimation, Mathematical Theory & Analysis, Applied Machine Learning, Computer Vision, Probability & Statistics, Software Engineering, Computer Programming Tools, Critical Thinking, Problem Solving, Strategy and Operations, Systems Design, General Statistics, Linear Algebra, Probability Distribution, Regression, Artificial Neural Networks, Planning- Status: Free
The University of Sydney

**Skills you'll gain:**Algebra, Calculus, Mathematical Theory & Analysis, Mathematics, Problem Solving, Computational Logic, Critical Thinking, Differential Equations, Plot (Graphics), Linear Algebra Columbia University

**Skills you'll gain:**Computer Vision, Mathematics, Algebra, Algorithms, Computational Thinking, Linear Algebra- Status: Free
University of Washington

**Skills you'll gain:**Mathematics, Computer Programming, Mathematical Theory & Analysis, Probability & Statistics, Python Programming, Computational Logic, Data Analysis, Artificial Neural Networks, Computational Thinking, Machine Learning, Human Learning - Status: Free
Stanford University

**Skills you'll gain:**Algorithms, Cryptography, Mathematics, Security Engineering, Theoretical Computer Science, Probability & Statistics, Critical Thinking, Mathematical Theory & Analysis, Computer Security Models, Probability Distribution

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## In summary, here are 10 of our most popular computer science courses

- Introduction to Computer Science and Programming: University of London
- Learn to Program: The Fundamentals: University of Toronto
- Fundamentals of Computing: Rice University
- Mathematics for Computer Science: University of London
- Algorithms: Stanford University
- Foundations of Data Structures and Algorithms: University of Colorado Boulder
- Introduction to Mathematical Thinking: Stanford University
- Self-Driving Cars: University of Toronto
- Introduction to Calculus: The University of Sydney
- First Principles of Computer Vision: Columbia University