If money isn't an issue then I found Wes Bos course learnnode.com/ to be a fitting start. It covers a wide range of topics but expects you to have a understanding of general dev and JS.
Another 'okayish' resourse is the book Node.js In action.
The book is a good introduction onto some topics, however the code examples can be a bit.. meh.
Some youtube channels that can give good insight are:
Good luck in your studies, Node.JS is fantastic IMO and I love it!
+1 for Wes Bos.
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