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Discover the human abdomen and how it works.
2 hrs per week
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Learn about the atmospheric chemistry of planets and celestial bodies and explore the possibility of finding life beyond Earth.
Explore new trends in battery production, and the role sustainable batteries could play in the transition to a greener future.
A course for the Vocational Education and Training sector to support the development of learners’ digital skills in the workplace.
4 hrs per week
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 why big data and tax avoidance are some of the biggest ethical issues facing businesses today and how they can be addressed.
As our lifespans increase, more and more of us are faced with the question: how can we care for older people more effectively?
3 hrs per week
Explore how the unravelling of genetic code has led to a deeper understanding of genetic diseases and cancer.
Explore how nutrition and environmental factors such as toxins influence your chance of developing human disease.
Learn how pathogens cause infectious diseases, how these diseases are transmitted and how our immune systems respond to infection.
Explore normal cardiovascular function and risk factors associated with heart attack, stroke and other cardiovascular diseases.
Learn the epidemiological methods used to understand the causes of diseases and how social factors influence their development.
Critical thinking is a vital skill for university study whatever your discipline. Prepare for university now.
What can we learn about Earth, and other planets in and beyond our solar system, by studying their atmospheres?
5 hrs per week
With chemistry providing us an endless amount of possibilities, what would you choose to develop?
Can chemistry help to feed a growing population, or overcome increasing bacterial resistance?
What role does chemistry play in healthcare and our ability to diagnose and treat patients?