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A Master of Arts or Master of Science degree is a graduate-level course of study that typically requires more rigorous and focused work than an undergraduate degree. Students may pursue this education to deepen their understanding of topics learned in undergraduate school or to train for a specific career field.
Courses 16-30 (out of 635). Course in Asia
Take your first steps towards teaching with this practical course exploring the basics of what it means to become a teacher.
Explore the impact of biochemistry on bioenergy and health, discovering why graduates are in demand; with the Biochemical Society.
Discover the secrets of the Diamond Sutra and learn how its Buddhist teachings promote living in serenity and ease.
Explore the everyday roles robots will play in the future, from job automation and medical science to our homes and cars.
Discover strategies in preparing for, responding to and recovering from bushfire natural disasters from the world's leading minds.
Discover project management skills, such as the Gantt chart, that will help you learn to manage a project life cycle effectively.
Develop your marketing skills and knowledge to help you make better business decisions and achieve your professional goals.
Challenge your opinion of what it's like to be a care home nurse and understand their importance and varied responsibilities.
Learn the physical processes behind climate variation around the world to better understand the causes of climate change.
Explore the concerns about rising wealth and income inequality between different generations in developed countries.
Find out how planners and road designers can manage the effect of climate change and extreme weather on rural roads.
Become better equipped to communicate as a teacher, leader, or manager to help people reach their goals.
Learn how to work effectively and collaboratively with your team, whether you're at home or on the other side of the world.
Understand and explore the physical processes behind the weather.
Explore what drives the way you communicate and develop communication strategies for successful communication in diverse settings.