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Princeton University

**Skills you'll gain:**Computer Programming, Java Programming, Programming Principles, Computational Thinking, Algorithms, Computational Logic, Theoretical Computer Science, Critical Thinking, Mathematical Theory & Analysis, Problem Solving, Computer Science 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, JavascriptUniversity of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

**Skills you'll gain:**Computer Programming, C Programming Language Family, Data Structures, Algorithms, C++ Programming, Theoretical Computer Science, Programming Principles, Computational Thinking, Problem Solving, Computer Programming Tools, Critical Thinking, Graph Theory- 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, Process Analysis University of London

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

**Skills you'll gain:**Leadership and Management, Mathematics, Operations Management, Operations Research, Problem Solving, Strategy and Operations, Mathematical Theory & Analysis, Applied Mathematics, Business Analysis, Linear Algebra, Computer Programming - Status: Free
Princeton University

**Skills you'll gain:**Theoretical Computer Science, Computer Programming, Algorithms, Computational Logic, Computational Thinking, Java Programming, Programming Principles, Computer Architecture, Data Structures, Mathematical Theory & Analysis - Status: Free
University of Pennsylvania

**Skills you'll gain:**Mathematics, Calculus, Mathematical Theory & Analysis, Differential Equations, Problem Solving - Status: Free
Duke University

**Skills you'll gain:**Data Analysis, Problem Solving, Statistical Analysis, Applied Mathematics, Critical Thinking, Linear Algebra - Status: Free
University of Pennsylvania

**Skills you'll gain:**Calculus, Mathematics, Algebra, Geometry, Probability & Statistics University of London

**Skills you'll gain:**Computer Programming- Status: Free
University of Pennsylvania

**Skills you'll gain:**Algebra, Calculus, Mathematics, Differential Equations, Mathematical Theory & Analysis, Problem Solving, Linear Algebra

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

- Computer Science: Programming with a Purpose: Princeton University
- Introduction to Computer Science and Programming: University of London
- Accelerated Computer Science Fundamentals: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
- Learn to Program: The Fundamentals: University of Toronto
- Mathematics for Computer Science: University of London
- Operations Research (1): Models and Applications: National Taiwan University
- Computer Science: Algorithms, Theory, and Machines: Princeton University
- Single Variable Calculus: University of Pennsylvania
- Data Science Math Skills: Duke University
- Calculus: Single Variable Part 4 - Applications: University of Pennsylvania