Created by:   Duke University

  • Jennifer Carbrey

    Taught by:    Jennifer Carbrey, Assistant Research Professor

    Department of Cell Biology

  • Emma Jakoi

    Taught by:    Emma Jakoi, Associate Research Professor

    Department of Cell Biology
Commitment22 hours of videos and assessments
Language
English, Subtitles: Chinese (Simplified)
How To PassPass all graded assignments to complete the course.
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4.7 stars
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Rated 4.7 out of 5 of 1,190 ratings

This was an extremely difficult course for me that required repeatedly reading the course material and utilizing Wikipedia to access a deeper understanding of the many organ and cell functions. The course was very thorough and well structured. I found that as I advanced in the course I was able to find answers and explanations for anything that was initially unclear to me. Had it not been for the collaboration of Coursera, Duke University, and the Course Instructors, I would not have been able to access a course of this quality.

Didática maravilhosa, vídeos são gostosos de assistir, excelente curso.

It's definitely a great course! Dr. Jakoi and Dr. Carbrey have presented a marvelous course. In my opinion, the student has to have some background in biology. It's perfect to those students or professionals that want to recycle their knowledge.

I took this course ahead of taking anatomy and physiology for my nursing program. It was EXCELLENT!!