I found this one quite good.
+1 for UIE. Thanks for the vimeo link!
This one is great, specially coupled with his book Exposing the magic of design.
If you feel that you need to have more advanced courses, I'd strongly encourage you to try to find more practice-based programs, challenges or contests. The hard things about UX are not as much as the fundamentals as much as how to apply and how to navigate a project.
Another thing to think about is to learn laterally – typically courses within design research, industrial design cover topics applicable for UX, tho indirectly and often outdated.
THAT SAID, these are the ones I liked:
I particularly like these ones
Soon Ill go thru a Ideou program, that even though are expensive as hell they seem nice on the outside.
Cheers and have fun!
Since this answer is a little out dated, I'll throw one into the mix. This is a live cohort-based course for mid-career designers: https://www.thefountaininstitute.com/advanced-ux-ui-design