Online courses are the best way to amass knowledge from around the world without ever leaving the comfort of your couch. Granted that these courses might not be 100% the same deal as a regular course, but it still is a great bargain!
Today, we will bring you 15 best engineering online courses out there!
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
MIT has a long, long list of free engineering courses, and these fives are probably the most generic and interesting at the MIT Open Courseware pages.
Designed to give the basic understanding of aerospace engineering, and can be taken by any undergraduate studying aeronautics and astronautics.
This probably is specific to mechanical engineers and covers the fundamentals of fluid mechanics, such as fluid pressure, hydrostatics and buoyancy.
The introduction to nuclear science and engineering applications covers topics such as nuclear models, radioactivity and kinematics of atoms. The concepts of energy systems with regards to fission and fusion, as well as nuclear science applications are discussed.
This course is borderline philosophy, as it offers an introduction to how our minds are a collection of simpler processes.
Carnegie Mellon University
Carnegie Mellon University has a nice, albeit small, collection of engineering courses covered. You can check out the complete list here.
This basic course in any engineering is covered comprehensively while giving away free notes, videos, graphics, simulations and assessments. The contents of the course cover force, friction, trusses, equilibrium and engineering connections, along with focusing on trigonometry and algebra.
Delft University of Technology
Delft University has also a wide range of free online engineering courses, available at Open Courseware.
This course will cover the basic knowledge on the behavior of petroleum and water resources.
The course is based on topics like DC voltage references, trans-linear circuits and oscillators. Best of all, the class notes are also available in PDF format.
This is a graduate level biomedical engineering course consisting 12 lectures covering the analysis of linear/non-linear model structures and complex topics such as optimization techniques and impulse response functions.
This mammoth 100+ hour course will cover all the basics related to power electronics. It also helps in obtaining insight into the principles of power electronics, and getting an overview of power electronic circuits.
edX is a powerful platform which is a result of global collaboration from top-notch universities such as MIT, Harvard, Berkeley University. The website offers a host of self-paced and timed enrollment courses on the platform.
As the world becomes more and more fast-paced, being multi-dimensional is the key to success. And this self-paced course teaches you how to effectively lead in a technology-driven world while carving out your inner leader.
The future of our technology lies in AI, and learning the agents required to solve real-world problems using this technique is essential to remain relevant as an engineer. The course includes teaching how to search, games, apply machine learning, logic, and solve constraint satisfaction problems using AI.
All the core techniques and concepts related to this popular domain are covered in this course.
Project management has been a popular subject among the engineers, especially when they finally rise up the ranks and are in a position to lead teams. The course helps you create a personalised project plan while learning the importance of the early project phases and its correlation with success.
This interesting course is for all the space explorers out there. It helps you learn about the history of space travel and the basics of aerospace engineering.
Have any other interesting engineering courses you think we should add to the list?