The Teaching Company is the nation's leading developer and marketer of engaging, premium-quality college level courses for lifelong learners to enjoy via audio or video streaming, mobile apps, downloads, or discs delivered to the home. Under The Great Courses brand, the company is ranked #246 on the 2013 Internet Retailer 500.
The Great Courses are produced specifically for the medium with professors selected and curriculum refined based on input from the company's customers. Categories include traditional liberal arts curriculum such as history, art, music, literature, philosophy, economics and religion, plus professional and better living topics such as finance, leadership, communication skills, wine, cooking and photography.
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