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Learner Reviews & Feedback for Cryptography by University of Maryland, College Park

4.6
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1,229 ratings
223 reviews

About the Course

This course will introduce you to the foundations of modern cryptography, with an eye toward practical applications....

Top reviews

EB

Nov 18, 2016

Very interesting course. I would like programming assignments to be mandatory, not optional. Or at least there should be a way to get some information that the assignment is passed on Coursera page.

LY

Nov 3, 2016

Wonderful and well organized course, it is really recommended to take it for those who are interested, which will definitely provide you with really understanding of cryptography!

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By GOTTAMGEETHIKA

Oct 7, 2021

just loved the course

By 121710314036 M S D

Nov 26, 2020

THANK YOU SO MUCH

By GOUTHA V K

Nov 26, 2020

excellent course

By Natthachai C

Jun 8, 2017

Excellent course

By Francisco J M M

Feb 11, 2016

Funny workshops.

By k v r

Apr 16, 2020

goo explanation

By simarpreet s

Dec 2, 2020

good course

By kevin c

Dec 13, 2016

Excellent!!

By Lav T

Feb 2, 2016

wonderful!!

By Osman A D H

Mar 18, 2022

sooo good

By Pardha S B

Oct 1, 2020

Excellent

By Sitaram K

Aug 21, 2017

detailed.

By cyril m

Jun 9, 2016

Very good

By Archisman

Nov 5, 2017

beautyyy

By BAINA R R

Oct 12, 2021

good

By GAURAV T

Sep 3, 2021

good

By Iyinoluwa J O

Jul 22, 2021

good

By DHARMIK B

Jul 1, 2021

good

By 121710309040 P G R

Dec 15, 2020

nice

By POKURI B

Dec 7, 2020

good

By Luka P

Dec 12, 2016

Good

By JOHN P

Jan 29, 2018

PGP

By 121810312040 R K S

Sep 24, 2021

By 121810301002 K S P R

Jul 29, 2021

By Daniel S

Jan 2, 2021

Could be because I studied electrical engineering I'm missing some needed mathematical background, but the way the content is explained in this course I often needed to look into other sources that explained it in a more understandable way for me. Hence I needed much more time than expected for this course and I have the feeling it's possible to explain a lot of parts in a more understandable way if there would be more notes and explanations to the formal definitions.