- Courses you've enrolled in on edX.org
- Boot Camps and Executive Education courses
- Find new courses to enroll in
Courses you've enrolled in on edX.org
If you've enrolled in a course on edX.org, you can find it on your edX dashboard. For more information about how to start learning, please read How do I start my course?
If you've enrolled in a course on edX.org but you're not finding it on your dashboard, it's possible you may have enrolled under a different edX account.
Boot Camps and Executive Education courses
Some edX courses are hosted on our partner sites. Boot Camp and Executive Education courses will not appear on your edX dashboard.
Boot Camps: Please visit your Boot Camp’s direct program page to access your course. To explore our Boot Camps, please visit 2U Partners and sort 'Offering Type' by 'Boot Camps'.
Executive Education: Please visit your Executive Education course’s Online Campus to access your course. Please review the list of university partner login pages here.
Find new courses to enroll in
You can browse all of our courses in the course catalog at edX.org. You can toggle your catalog search by:
- Subject (View all our course subjects and topics here)
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- Program (Browse all our programs here)
- Level (Introductory, Intermediate, or Advanced)
- Availability (Available Now, Upcoming, Archived)
- Available Now: These courses are active and you can start learning right away.
- Upcoming: These courses aren't active yet, but they will be soon and you can enroll now.
- Archived: What does archived mean?
- Language: Select a language to limit your search to only courses offered in that language.
- We offer courses in over 20 languages. While most of our courses (2500+) are offered in English, we also offer hundreds in Spanish.
Click on a course or program to learn more on the course introduction page or program introduction page.
The course introduction page
The course introduction page provides detailed information about the course including:
- The estimated length. This is how long the course team estimates it takes a learner to successfully complete the course. It's not a strict requirement or an indication of when the course ends. Please read: How long do I have to finish? When does the course end?
- Pacing type. You can read more about how courses are paced here.
- Whether the course offers certificates through an optional upgrade.
- About - At a glance:
- Partner institution offering the course
- Video Transcript
- Associated Programs. Read more about our programs.
- What you'll learn. This is a brief description of the course.
- Syllabus. An outline of the course syllabus.
- Instructors. Learn more about the instructors who designed the course.
- Ways to Enroll. Click here to read the Price to upgrade to the verified track to pursue the certificate.
- The start and end date of all available sessions. Read more: When does my course start and end?
- If it's a self-paced course, the start date will always show today's date to encourage you to start today. If the course's final end date is soon, it will be visible. If the end date is not soon, only a start date will be displayed.
- If it's an instructor-paced course, the both the start and end date will be displayed.
Click the Enroll button to enroll in the course. Once enrolled, the course will appear on your edX Dashboard. For more information about how to start learning, please read How do I start my course?
The program introduction page
The program introduction page provides detailed information about one of our program credentials including:
- The pacing type of the program's courses
- The estimated length. This isn't a strict requirement or an indication of course end dates, but rather it's an estimation made by the offering partner of how long it takes to succeed in the program.
- The price: The discounted price for purchasing the program bundle displays first, then the next displayed price with the strike-through is the price to upgrade the courses one by one.
- Courses in this program.
- Expand any of these courses listed to view more details, including dates and prerequisites, on the course introduction page by clicking the link View the course.
For Professional Certificate programs: Click Job Outlook to read more details about the job outlook from the relevant industry.
For MicroMasters programs: Click Certificate & Credit Pathways to learn more about leveraging the MicroMasters into a full Master's.