The Institute of Technology will open its online courses on July 1 and offer free introductory courses in the sciences, technology, engineering, and math.
The institute’s director, Brian J. Burt, said the focus of the new courses is on helping young people pursue a science career.
“We want to help people understand how to do things that they know are difficult and that they don’t know how to solve,” Burt said.
“If you know how hard it is to get a job, you know that’s a really difficult problem to solve.”
The institute, which has about 100 staff members, has opened up a portal on its website to offer courses for people to enroll.
Its online courses, which are available to students, faculty, and staff, include a number of STEM subjects.
Burt said the institute would like to be able to provide a broad base of students with access to the material in the new online classes.
“A lot of what we’re trying to do is try to provide more students access to that information in a way that makes it easy to get into the process and get started on it,” he said.
The institutes new courses include courses on genetics, ecology, and climate change, as well as some basic biology.
“There are a lot of courses that we’re teaching and we’re getting students in to get to those topics,” he explained.
“It’s not just just the basic topics.
It’s just how to get started in the areas that they’re interested in.”
The institutes programs are designed to give students a chance to get up to speed in the subjects they are studying.
The program is designed to take students into the field of genetics and ecology, which will include topics like the genetic makeup of the species.
The course will include an interactive environment that allows students to explore the research and their data.
The institute is also offering classes in the arts and humanities, which include art, film, photography, and sculpture.
Burlough said the institutes plans to offer more courses online soon, as it sees a need to create an online curriculum in order to be more accessible to the students.
“In a way, we’re not doing this as a way to just be more expensive, but more of a way for us to give people the opportunity to be exposed to the research,” he told ABC News.
“So it’s more of an opportunity to give them more options and more of the breadth of things that we can offer.”
The Institute of Science and Technology in the United States, the countrys leading science institute, announced in July that it will start offering online courses for undergraduates in 2018.
Bridget M. Suddendorf, director of the institute, said she hopes to see an increase in the number of students who are enrolled in online courses and that the institute’s goal is to provide “a real and accessible environment for people from all walks of life to explore their interests and get involved in science and technology.”
Suddendorff said the goal is not only to provide opportunities for students to get access to information that they would otherwise not have access to, but also to give the institute a broader base of science and engineering students.