Online Courses

Whether you are a busy professional looking to supplement your education or a company looking to improve your workforce, we've got you covered.

The School of Engineering and Applied Sciences offers online courses, as well as non-credit-bearing courses through Coursera.

SEAS Courses

Our online courses are a convenient and a great way to increase knowledge, improve job skills and expand professional options.

Coursera Courses

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The University at Buffalo, in conjunction with Open SUNY - the State University of New York, has partnered with Coursera to deliver massive open online courses (MOOCs) across the globe. These non-credit courses allow you to learn the hottest new technologies and don’t require university enrollment.  

Coursera was founded in 2012 and has since become the world’s largest open online education provider, reaching 25 million registered users through courses delivered by 200 universities and partners. They feature recorded video lectures, resource materials, assignments and community discussion forums.

  • Blockchain
    The four-part Blockchain series focuses on blockchain basics, smart contracts, decentralized applications, and blockchain platforms.
  • Collaborative Robot Safety: Design & Deployment
    The Collaborative Robot Safety: Design & Deployment course focuses on objectively examining cobot workcells and proactively eliminating hazards.
  • Computer Vision
    Computer Vision Basics explores foundational concepts of the rapidly expanding research field that aims to make computers see and interpret the world as humans do.
  • Data-Driven Decision Making
    Data-Driven Decision Making (DDDM) assists learners in improving the bottom line of an enterprise with data analytics.
  • Digital Manufacturing and Design Technology
    The Digital Manufacturing and Design Technology series, consisting of nine courses, provides an in-depth look at Industry 4.0 – manufacturing’s “Fourth Revolution” of digital-based technology advances.
  • Energy Production, Distribution & Safety
    The four courses of the Energy Production, Distribution & Safety series provide introductory knowledge about the energy industry and affiliated career opportunities.
  • Renewable Energy
    The Renewable Energy: Fundamentals and Job Opportunities course introduces clean energy concepts, career opportunities and educational tracks from the State University of New York (SUNY) system
  • Solar Energy
    Solar Energy for Engineers, Architects and Code Inspectors attunes learners to the concepts and mechanics of photovoltaic (PV) technology.