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Explore the UK’s most common types of fraud and examine fraud factors and theories to better protect yourself and others.
2 hrs per week
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Get an introduction to one of the most misunderstood issues in the modern world: migration.
3 hrs per week
Learn about the routes you can take into policing and the values and attributes developed by successful police officers.
Explore important health law fundamentals, including ethics, record keeping, workplace safety, and malpractice.
Fit learning around your life with an online degree from a leading university. From undergraduate to postgraduate degrees, find the right degree to suit you.
Learn how the GDPR helps to protect health data and get familiar with rights,
obligations, risks and safeguards.
Get an introduction to the science of forensic science and discover how it's applied in the real world.
How to effectively draft and negotiate commercial contracts.
Plan strategically for a “new normal” by evaluating opportunities and risks in complex and challenging markets.
Explore life inside UK prisons. Learn whether this type of punishment reduces crime and if rehabilitation can prevent reoffending.
4 hrs per week
Explore the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and learn how it empowers you to know, claim and defend your rights.
1 hr per week
What is crime? How does criminal justice work in England and Wales? Find out more by following a case through the system.
Get to grips with the General Data Protection Regulation and take the first steps to ensuring that your organisation is compliant.
Investigate the role, reach, and scope of border controls in generating modern forms and means of flight.
Learn how to read critically and develop an academic argument in the field of law and prepare for studying it at university.
Explore how discourses and law frame migrants and migration and whether the notion of migration crisis is justified.
Investigate the extent to which international law protects the rights of non-refugee forced migrants.