Course in Social Sciences
298 Results in Social Sciences
The Johns Hopkins Certificate in Government Analytics curriculum provides students with foundational skills in statistical analysis and the opportunity to develop expertise in ... +
What exactly divides modern societies? What is the function of these cracks? What utopian potential do they foster? The IPU Summer School 2020 addresses these questions from s ... +
Course objectives: to prepare students in the Italian language, teach them about Italian culture & lifestyle, and provide knowledge of some basic principles of fashion and ... +
Learn spoken Arabic and learn about local customs, culture, and language – an enriching opportunity.
Discover the enchanting scences of winter in Central Europe. Come and join us this winter for two comprehensive weeks at Palacky University Olomouc, Czechia. You can choose fr ... +
This course is aimed at those working within the defence and security sector who are looking to expand their knowledge in defence and security marketing. Graduates achieve a h ... +
Discover the principles of sustainable development, and how to make it a reality in humanitarian organizations.
The Johns Hopkins Certificate in Intelligence is designed for students who are interested in intelligence, whether as national security professionals or as citizens and taxpay ... +
Bar-Ilan University is home to many leading scholars and practitioners in the field of conflict resolution. This four-week interdisciplinary summer program, taught in English, ... +
Find out what security is and what it means to be secure, by exploring the threat of conflict, war and terrorism.
Learn about genetic counselling and what genetic counsellors do with this online course for healthcare professionals.
Discover medieval Ireland using the Book of Kells, a ninth-century manuscript featuring the four gospels of the new testament.
A short course looking at the history, sociology and politics of football, including focuses on the World Cup and Leicester City.
Explore how women are represented in the media and reflect on what it means for contemporary society and culture.
Explore the concerns about rising wealth and income inequality between different generations in developed countries.