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All the free online courses of the UNAM that begin this 2020

February 19, 2020

The National Autonomous University of Mexico has prepared for this 2020 an important agenda of virtual and free courses that you can take right now.

All the free online courses of the UNAM that begin this 2020

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All the free online courses of the UNAM that begin this 2020All the free online courses of the UNAM that begin this 2020

The National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) has become one of the most popular names among hundreds of thousands of students, professors and entrepreneurs in Latin America. Not for less, the public university is the only one in the region that has been developing a variety of virtual courses for different audiences; and the result has not been long in coming: more than two million registrations support the effort that is being carried out by the area responsible for the production of the UNAM courses.

Just take a look to corroborate the diversity of digital tools to train students in public speaking, spelling, office, mental health, journalism, political history, finance and entrepreneurship, agriculture, robotics, geothermal, and much more.

Steps to enroll in the free courses of UNAM 2020

  • Step 01: Enter the course you are interested in and click on the “Register for free” button
  • Step 02: Complete the registration form with your personal data: names, surnames, email, create user password, and select your academic interests.
  • Step 03: Choose whether or not you want to obtain the certificate that is awarded at the end of the course. And ready!

We go with the complete agenda of free courses of the UNAM to realize this 2020:

Charles Darwin: The origin of modern evolutionism

  • Content: It will be of great interest to students, professors and professionals in the area of ​​biological and health sciences who wish to know the historical background, as well as the central foundations of Charles Darwin's theory, which shaped modern evolutionary thinking.
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Anti-corruption

  • Content: Learn the central concepts of the social phenomenon called corruption, analyze its relationship with ethics and integrity in the public service, as well as with human rights.
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Statistic and probability

  • Content: The course seeks to help you acquire the learnings that include topics of descriptive statistics, bivariate data and probability, which will be useful for you during your degree and in your professional life.
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Office for newbies

  • Content: Know the interface and the management of the main tools of the office automation programs: Excel, Word and Power Point.
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Chemistry, war and ethics

  • Content: You will study the basics to know about chemical weapons, their mode of action and their consequences; You will study the efforts that have been made and are still being done to eliminate these weapons at the local and global levels.
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The art of oratory

  • Content: Designed in five learning units where you will develop various skills that will allow you to know yourself to identify your potential as an exhibitor and presenter.
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Mental health

  • Content: Here you will find a list of up to 10 free courses aimed at mental health: learning problems, depression, addictive behaviors, among others.
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History of art

  • Content: Through various multimedia resources, you will identify the evolution of visual arts from Prehistory to the present day. You will take a tour of the different epochs and representative works of art defined by their innovation, context, criticism and impact.
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Orthography

  • Content: know the main spelling rules and how to apply them when writing any text.
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Fundamentals of Agrotechnology

  • Content: Technology provides new tools that, properly and accurately used, enhance and contribute to the different processes of agricultural production.
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Nutrition and obesity: Overweight control

  • Content: Avoid, manage and control overweight and obesity, highlighting the importance of self-care and family support in the management of this condition.
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Prostate cancer

  • Content: How this disease is diagnosed, classified and staged, as well as treatment by clinical stages.
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Educational uses of cinema at school

  • Content: Basic elements of film analysis, form and language through explanations and examples to use in a class that uses cinema as a teaching resource.
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Pharmacology for dentists

  • Content: Adequate recommendation of medications, indications, contraindications and drug interactions of patients in dentistry, controlling pain and pathologies caused by microorganisms.
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How to build your home

  • Content: An indispensable course to know the bases and procedures for the construction of a home in this free online course.
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How to build your home. Second stage

  • Content: How to assemble a formwork, the function of the chains of auction, the process of construction of the stairs, and the types of slabs; as well as the main materials and processes for the design of an electrical, hydraulic and sanitary installation.
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Peritoneal dialysis

  • Content: theoretical and practical knowledge of a resolutive nature for teaching self-care in patients dialyzed at home.
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Java programming

  • Content: Basic language concepts such as classes and interfaces. Know the basic ingredients of a class as constants and variables, functions (methods), and how to organize these ingredients within a class.
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Modern management of dental caries

  • Content: An approach to the non-invasive treatment of this problem. Dental caries is examined not only as partial or total destruction of the tooth, but as a disease that presents different phases.
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Political History of Mexico

  • Content: How political processes developed over time, interprets current events as a result of large processes that began long ago, and not as isolated or unexplained events.
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Agrosilvopastoral systems

  • Content: This university course proposes through its four teaching modules the approach of a climate-smart alternative for livestock
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Ocular pharmacovigilance

  • Content: The participant will identify between an adverse reaction to the medication, an event temporarily associated with vaccines and the adverse consequences of medical technologies.
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Wound care in the hospital setting

  • Content: Basic knowledge for the management of patients with wounds in order to provide quality and safe care.
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Educational evaluation for learning in higher education

  • Content: An exercise of critical reflection of concepts such as: evaluation of and for learning, formative evaluation, diagnostic evaluation, summative evaluation, criteria for a good evaluation, high impact exams, legal, ethical and social aspects of the evaluation.
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Update on the management of patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus

  • Content: Aimed at doctors and health professionals who have contact with diabetic patients; With this, we seek to reduce the morbidity and mortality of this disease and improve the quality of life of those who suffer from it.
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Audiovisual production

  • Content: Through this course you will be able to know the different stages of the production process to create your own project.
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Geothermal

  • Content: Identify the variety of applications of geothermal energy beyond the production of electricity and heating, thereby promoting the formation of human resources that lead to the optimal use of geothermal resources.
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Scientific thought

  • Content: The purpose of this free course is to encourage scientific thinking in our daily, personal, social and professional decisions.
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Study of the commons

  • Content: An introduction to the study of common goods (such as forests, irrigation mechanisms, grazing land, fisheries, cultural resources or information) and their governance.
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Agri-food security

  • Content: A very interesting course that explores topics such as food security, implementation of strategies, risks and much more.
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Agri-food innovation

  • Content: The objective of this course is to introduce students to the topic of industry and innovation in the agri-food sector, considering a series of relevant aspects such as climate change.
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How to prepare a thesis

  • Content: Identify the stages in the thesis, and combine all this knowledge to boost your research.
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Assessment of hazards and risks due to natural phenomena

  • Content: Identify the physical and social factors that condition the risk of a society by extreme phenomena of natural origin (earthquakes, hurricanes, among others).
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farming

  • Content: Explains a set of basic and necessary concepts and tools for the production of agricultural and livestock food in small spaces, emphasizing their sustainability.
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Introduction to Data Science: Statistical Programming with R

  • Content: Basic introductory course to learn how the statistical programming language works R.
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Evaluation of investments in Capital Assets

  • Content: Learn to calculate the net present value, the internal rate of return as key elements for the evaluation of investment projects in capital goods of a company.
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International relations

  • Content: A four-week course that will allow you to discover new trends and dynamics in the international relations of local governments.
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Arduino and some applications

  • Content: Four-week course to learn how to use arduino when prototyping devices.
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Robotics for newbies

  • Content: One of the most anticipated courses of the year that will teach you to create a first prototype that you can manipulate with your mobile device.
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Sustainable development

  • Content: Learn about the new global framework for sustainable development, its relevance, implications and opportunities for agriculture, food security and the rural environment.
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The seasons and the weather

  • Content: A highly recommended course to learn about different aspects of the climatic phenomenon.
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The learning process

  • Content: A recommended course to enhance your reading comprehension, writing and research skills.
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Automatic control: invisible technology

  • Content: Know the application of control systems and some examples of them. Learn basic characteristics and different representations with special emphasis on mathematical modeling.
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Accounting for non-accountants

  • Content: Learn to define some elementary concepts related to accounting, its fundamental principles, and above all, the tools that allow you to apply this knowledge in everyday life.
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How? Chemistry in my house?

  • Content: explores a series of aspects about chemistry through teaching modules and a lot of audiovisual material that will enrich the learning experience.
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Basic Algebra

  • Content: Learn to build algebraic expressions, solve first and second degree equations, and introduce yourself in other advanced subjects such as Analytical Geometry, Statistics and Calculation.
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Personal Finance

  • Content: A complete course that introduces us to personal finance for a fair and intelligent administration of your budget.
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Systemic thinking

  • Content: The objective of this university course is to promote the use of systemic thinking for personal gain in all human actions.
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The Ethical Conflict Solution

  • Content: The objective of this initiative is to learn to make decisions in clinical cases with ethical conflicts.
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