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Open Yale Courses

Open Yale Courses is a project of Yale University to share full video and course materials from its undergraduate courses.

Open Yale Courses provides free access to a selection of introductory courses.

Open Yale Courses launched in December 2007 with seven courses from various departments. The project now includes 42 courses from a broad range of introductory courses taught at Yale college.[1] The initiative was funded by the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation,[2] which has supported other universities' OpenCourseWare projects.[3] As of August 2014 some of Yales Open Courses are delivered by the European MooC platform Eliademy [4]


Department Course number Course title Professor name Date
African American Studies AFAM 162 African American History: From Emancipation to the Present Jonathan Holloway Spring 2010
American Studies AMST 246 Hemingway, Fitzgerald, Faulkner Wai Chee Dimock Fall 2011
Astronomy ASTR 160 Frontiers and Controversies in Astrophysics Charles Bailyn Spring 2007
Biomedical Engineering BENG 100 Frontiers of Biomedical Engineering Mark Saltzman Spring 2008
Chemistry CHEM 125b Freshman Organic Chemistry I J. Michael McBride Fall 2008
Chemistry CHEM 125b Freshman Organic Chemistry II J. Michael McBride Spring 2011
Classics CLCV 205 Introduction to Ancient Greek History Donald Kagan Fall 2007
Ecology and Evolutionary Biology EEB 122 Principles of Evolution, Ecology and Behaviour Stephen C. Stearns Spring 2009
Economics ECON 159 Game Theory Ben Polak Fall 2007
Economics ECON 251 Financial Theory John Geanakoplos Fall 2009
Economics ECON 252 Financial Markets (2008) Robert Shiller Spring 2008
Economics ECON 252 Financial Markets (2011) Robert Shiller Spring 2011
English ENGL 220 Milton John Rogers Fall 2007
English ENGL 291 The American Novel Since 1945 Amy Hungerford
English ENGL 300 Introduction to Theory of Literature Paul H. Fry
English ENGL 310 Modern Poetry Langdon Hammer
Environmental Studies EVST 255 Environmental Politics and Law John Wargo
Geology and Geophysics GG 140 The Atmosphere, the Ocean, and Environmental change Ronald B. Smith
History HIST 116 The American Revolution Joanne Freeman Spring 2010
History HIST 119 The Civil War and Reconstruction Era, 1845-1877 David Blight
History HIST 202 European Civilization, 1648-1945 John Merriman
History HIST 210 The Early Middle Ages, 284-1000 Paul Freedman
History HIST 234 Epidemics and Western Society Since 1600 Frank Snowden
History HIST 251 Early Modern England: Politics, Religion and Society under the Tudors and Stuarts Keith Wrightson
History HIST 276 France Since 1871 John Merriman
  • History of Art 252 - Roman Architecture, Diana E. E. Kleiner[5]
  • Italian Language and Literature 310 - Dante in Translation, Giuseppe Mazzotta
  • Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology 150 - Global Problems of Population Growth, Robert Wyman
  • Music 112 - Listening to Music, Craig Wright
  • Philosophy 176 - Death, Shelly Kagan
  • Philosophy 181 - Philosophy and the Science of Human Nature, Tamar Gendler
  • Physics 200 - Fundamentals of Physics, Ramamurti Shankar
  • Physics 201 - Fundamentals of Physics, II, Ramamurti Shankar
  • Political Science 114 - Introduction to Political Philosophy, Steven Smith
  • Political Science 118 - Moral Foundations of Politics, Ian Shapiro
  • Political Science 270 - Capitalism: Success, Crisis and Reform, Douglas W. Rae
  • Psychology 110 - Introduction to Psychology, Paul Bloom
  • Psychology 123 - Psychology, Biology and Politics of Food, Kelly D. Brownell
  • Religious Studies 145 - Introduction to the Old Testament (Hebrew Bible), Christine Hayes
  • Religious Studies 152 - Introduction to New Testament History and Literature, Dale B. Martin
  • Sociology 151 - Foundations of Modern Social Theory, Iván Szelényi
  • Spanish and Portuguese 300 - Cervantes' Don Quixote, Roberto González Echevarría


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