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What are some summer courses offered online?

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As of 2015, online summer courses include Introduction to Econometrics and Data Analysis I and Introduction to Microeconomics from Yale University. The University of California at Los Angeles offers Comparative Sustainability Practices in Local/Global Settings. Ed2Go offers online courses throughout the year, including summer sessions.

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Yale's Introduction to Econometrics and Data Analysis I teaches students how to evaluate quantitative information and understand probability theory, statistics and linear regression. Yale's introductory microeconomics and MATH 112, or equivalent courses, are prerequisites to this course. Introduction to Microeconomics covers supply and demand, consumer theory, rent control, minimum wage and competitive markets. The course examines these and other issues in a contemporary context.

UCLA's Comparative Sustainability Practices in Local/Global Settings provides both theoretical and practical training in policies, regional culture, geography, economic climate and issues in relation to sustainability. Student activities include research, interviews and observations in the context of both local and global environments.

Ed2Go offers online classes in six-week sessions that run several times a year. As of 2015, courses include Accounting Fundamentals, Keys to Successful Money Management, Where Does All My Money Go?, Photographing Nature with Your Digital Camera and Secrets of Better Photography. Students can visit each course for a look at upcoming start dates.

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