This course discusses foundational concepts in the study of genetics and genetics technology, including gene therapy, gene testing, and the controversy surrounding genetic modification of food and plants.
This course is intended for anyone in the health and medicine industry and teaches how to interact with patients such that they feel cared for, with an emphasis on bedside manner and caring for the elderly.
This course examines the common digital communication networks and their uses, including internet protocols, the Open Systems Interconnection model, transmission control protocols, hypertext transfer protocols, and asynchronous transfer modes.
This diploma course covers the developmental, psychological, familial, and sociological angles comprised within children's studies, and is particularly helpful for teachers, new parents, and other professionals working with children.
This diploma course instructs students in the field of social working, including the role social workers play for disadvantaged families, personality types best suited for the job, and different social issues that social workers may come across.
This course covers the basics of network security and various threats that can be posed to the system, delving into topics such as active and passive network attacks, encryption, symmetric and asymmetric key systems, certificate authentication, effective passwords, and firewalls.
This course discusses diabetes, obesity, and other diseases that occur often as a result of poor lifestyle choices and how these diseases are becoming more common as developing countries take on Westernized habits.
This course delves into health and fitness as presented by the media, how our perception of body image and what constitutes as healthy changes depending on society influences, and how exercise and eating right impacts personal health.
This course is a rundown on the behavioral, cognitive, and biological perspectives of dyslexia, considering how the disability can be treated and why treating patients with dyslexia as abnormal can hinder their progress.