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Free interactive online course (MOOC) taught by FEB lecturers in September | Complexity & Uncertainty | Registration open!

22 July 2014
MOOC
The MOOC (massive open online course) ‘Decision-Making in a Complex and Uncertain World’ is the first MOOC to be offered by the University of Groningen in the Netherlands, by its Faculty of Economics and Business.

The first University of Groningen MOOC (massive open online course) will be offered by our Faculty of Economics and Business in September. The subject is: "Decision-making in a complex and uncertain world". Everyone interested is invited to join.

Our careers and personal lives are all about taking decisions. However, the world is complex, circumstances are uncertain and possible consequences are often difficult to anticipate. Learn to enhance your decision-making skills in this new academic online course about dealing with complexity and uncertainty; a new, exciting and multidisciplinary field of study.

The course will start on 15 September and takes 6 weeks. Key lecturer is our FEB professor Lex Hoogduin.
Participants watch lectures, take part in group discussions, work on case studies, take quizzes, write assignments, receive feedback etc. All online. Register now, participation is free.

When you follow the course
‘Decision-Making in a Complex and Uncertain World’ (on the international MOOC platform FutureLearn), you:

  • learn about the cutting-edge academic theories of complexity and uncertainty and better understand the world around you
  • study online in an interactive, social and flexible setting
  • develop leadership qualities and add a high-quality academic course to your CV


► More info and registration: www.rug.nl/feb/mooc

Last modified:10 October 2017 09.48 a.m.

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