10 Coursera Courses That I Would Take, and What They Have in Their Carriculum

What are 10 courses I would like to see, and what is their curriculum?
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    Deal structure - review various structuring tools and methods to help finance any project - C&I, CRE, etc. overview of risks, methods to mitigate risks, guarantors, liquidation, etc.
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    Fluid design - methods and techniques (theory) to design for objects partially or fully submerged in fluids, with leading tangents for gasses. Also include how to address viscosity, friction, resistance, lift, etc.
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    Building design - theory and practice of designing and constructing buildings of all types, addressing the engineering needed for load-bearing support, construction methods, common materials, weather and climate considerations, energy efficiency, and similar topics.
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    Learning class - a class designed to help people parse through large amounts of info in order to glean the actual distilled knowledge, like what 20% of info yields 80% of the usefulness.
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    Life skills - a course designed to help people with basic but required life skills, like how and why to balance a checkbook, how to set up a basic household budget, how to do laundry, how to manage your credit and improve your score, etc.
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    Speed reading - a class designed to teach people how to read faster while still absorbing information.
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    Style - the basics of crafting a style that sets you apart in appearance, works with your build and hair and body, and allows your personality to also shine through.
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    Stoicism - a class to help you integrate basic philosophies into your life so you can find or create practical solutions to all that life presents.
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    Creativity - a class that uses exercises to produce creative results, such as challenges to solve a problem, or leading exercises to help people think through situations.
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    Finance why's and how's - a class that teaches the whys and how's of finance, kind of like an Econ class but that is actually applicable and not so full of fluff...