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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 California San Diego

**Skills you'll gain:**Mathematics, Problem Solving, Mathematical Theory & Analysis, Critical Thinking, Computational Thinking, Algorithms, Computational Logic, Strategy, Creativity, Experiment- Status: Free
University of North Texas

**Skills you'll gain:**Algebra, Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, Linear Algebra, Problem Solving, Mathematical Theory & Analysis, Critical Thinking, Differential Equations, Geometry, Plot (Graphics), Probability & Statistics, General Statistics - Status: Free
Stanford University

**Skills you'll gain:**Computational Logic, Mathematics, Problem Solving, Critical Thinking University of Michigan

**Skills you'll gain:**Critical Thinking- Status: Free
Stanford University

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The University of Sydney

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

**Skills you'll gain:**Algorithms, Computational Thinking, Computer Programming, Graph Theory, Mathematics, Theoretical Computer ScienceUniversity of London

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

**Skills you'll gain:**Data Analysis, Problem Solving, Statistical Analysis, Applied Mathematics, Calculus, Linear Algebra University of Colorado Boulder

**Skills you'll gain:**Algorithms, Leadership and Management, Mathematics, Probability & Statistics, General Statistics, Problem Solving, Theoretical Computer Science, Computer Programming, Communication, Databases, Critical Thinking, Data Structures, Data Management, Estimation, Finance, Data Analysis, Design and Product, Research and Design, Systems Design, Mathematical Theory & Analysis, Database Design, Hardware Design, Writing, Data Model, Project Management, Strategy and Operations, Machine Learning, Probability Distribution, SQL, Computational Logic, Decision Making, Strategy, Database Theory, Database Administration, PostgreSQL, Computer Architecture, Operating Systems, Computational Thinking, Computer Programming Tools, Graph Theory, Planning, Process Analysis, Statistical Tests, Internet Of Things, Correlation And Dependence, Database Application, Financial Analysis, Statistical Analysis, Algebra, Business Communication, Machine Learning Algorithms, Product Management, Regression, Agile Software Development, Business Analysis, Data Visualization, Product Design, Professional Development, Statistical Machine Learning, Computer Networking, Accounting, Business Process Management, Cost Accounting, Creativity, Linear Algebra, Python Programming, Material Handling, People Management, Programming Principles, Statistical Programming, System Programming, Deep Learning, Calculus, Investment Management, Organizational Development, Risk Management, Business Design, Entrepreneurship, Experiment, Performance Management, Product Development, Scrum (Software Development), System Security, Computer Vision, Business Intelligence, Differential Equations, Financial Accounting, Network Security, Product Lifecycle, System Software, Visual Design, Cloud Computing, Microarchitecture, Financial Management, Graphic Design, Supply Chain and Logistics, Security Engineering, Applied Machine Learning, Big Data, Collaboration, Distributed Computing Architecture, Innovation, Market Analysis, Marketing, Network Architecture, Software Engineering, Software Testing, Amazon Web Services, Cloud Applications, Cloud Platforms, Cloud Standards, Security Strategy, Adaptability, Applied Mathematics, Budget Management, Leadership Development, Linux, Network Analysis, Operations Management, Scientific Visualization, Market Research, NoSQL, Cryptography, Data Mining, Negotiation, Product Strategy, R Programming, Software-Defined Networking, Dimensionality Reduction, Forecasting, Kubernetes, Business, Computer Science, Data Science, Data Warehousing, Resilience

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## In summary, here are 10 of our most popular mathematical thinking courses

- Introduction to Mathematical Thinking: Stanford University
- Mathematical Thinking in Computer Science: University of California San Diego
- Math Prep: College & Work Ready: University of North Texas
- Introduction to Logic: Stanford University
- Model Thinking: University of Michigan
- Understanding Einstein: The Special Theory of Relativity: Stanford University
- Introduction to Calculus: The University of Sydney
- Algorithms: Stanford University
- Algorithmic Thinking (Part 1): Rice University
- Mathematics for Computer Science: University of London