I am leaning "Python for everybody" on Coursera, which has 5 courses in total. Now I have finished the former 4 courses.
I noticed that the fifth courses " Capstone: Retrieving, Processing, and Visualizing Data with Python" is a pre-enrolled class, starting at Oct.14, which means that I will wait for another 2 months to finish this course and get the certificate.
I'm wondering if I will be charged next month and the month after, even if I won't study the courses before Oct.14? My original plan is to finish this specialization in one month, but now it seems like I need to pay for 3 month to finish it, which is a little expensive for me. :(
I feel very annoyed about this problem. I really look forward to your answers and advices.
Thanks a lot !!!
Best answer by Maryam
Sorry to hear that you're feeling annoyed. You may find this Help Article useful.
It states that "if you paid in advance for the entire Specialization, your Capstone course fee is included in your Specialization fee. If you're paying by course, you'll need to pay for the Capstone when you enroll".
Apart from the payment issue, since you prefer to finish it sooner rather than later, I recommend contacting a support agent. They may be able to put you in the current session of that course if there are not any limitations. They can clarify the payment aspect as well. This link will take you to a page where you can chat with them.
Hope this helps.