need a bettter word...

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"Through taking this course I hope to gain ..."
This doesn't sound right to me. Is there a better way of putting it?
BY taking this course... ?
Please help, I can't think of a good way to begin my sentence. Thank you.

  • need a better word... -

    *better

  • need a bettter word... -

    It sounds mushy to me, tending to be wordy.

    This course will enable me to

    This course will lead me to

    I intend to learn in this course...

  • need a bettter word... -

    Okay. Thank you!

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