Best Social Science Courses

Find the best online Social Science Courses for you. The courses are sorted based on popularity and user ratings. We do not allow paid placements in any of our rankings. We also have a separate page listing only the Free Social Science Courses.

Learn Social Psychology Fundamentals

Learn the basics of social psychology - how we think about people, make decisions and navigate the social world.

Created by Andrew Luttrell, Ph.D. - Social Psychologist


Students: 79659, Price: Free

Students: 79659, Price:  Free

Finally I'm offering another free psychology course! My other free course, 5 Amazing Psychology Experiments, has more than 2000 students and 50 positive reviews.

For ages, psychologists have wondered about the origins of thought and the structure of the mind. Using solid scientific methods and statistical analysis, we've started to get some answers.

This course serves as a quick introduction to the fundamentals of social psychology. In this introductory course, you'll learn about three major areas of psychology:

1. Accessibility and Priming: How is the mind organized and how can our brains trick us into perceiving the world in biased ways? We cover the notion of a schema and look at several studies on the power of priming.

2. Heuristics and Biases: What are the shortcuts that are brain takes? Whenever we make a decision or form a judgment, we like to think we're being careful and rational, but our minds want quick answers. Sometimes, these shortcuts can lead us astray.

3. Attribution: When we see other people, we often wonder why they do the things they do. Are they responsible for their choices or do we think that they're subject to environmental pressures? Attribution theories try to make sense of it.

In this series of lectures, you'll learn from a trained social psychologist and come to understand the essentials of social psychology. With quiz questions that reinforce your learning and examples that connect the research to your own life, this course is designed to help you quickly master this information. So enroll now and start learning about this fascinating field of social psychology!

**Please note that this is one part of the full introduction to social psychology course (Be a People Expert with Social Psychology) on Udemy. If you want to learn about psychology, and you're not ready to take the plunge for the full social psychology course, this is a great place to start!

The Neuroscience of Reframing & How to Do It

Reframing should be in the water we drink, scientists say. But how does reframing work - and what happens in the brain?

Created by Anette Prehn - Author, Social scientist, Behavioural Expert


Students: 77215, Price: Free

Students: 77215, Price:  Free

“One of the best courses on Udemy.”

“A gift beyond measure.”

"If you are looking for inspiration with a science-based foundation this is for you."

"I've long been interested in neuroscience and found this course to be one of the most practical ones to date."

"An incredibly stimulating, enlightening and well-presented course. Anette Prehn's non-technical approach, together with her clear explanations, made this course a joy to follow."

"Truly helpful"

"This woman must be a saint. She gives away so much here that I'm left in utter gratitude."

"This should have been taught in school at a young age"


More than 800 course participants have reviewed this course over the years. More than 60% give it a straight 5 out of 5 stars, ensuring it an impressive 4.5 out of 5 in total.

Will you be the next one to benefit from this free course?

Reframing should be in the water we drink, scientists say. Reframing is the ability to change your perspective deliberately. But why is it praised like that? What happens in the brain when you reframe? What are the inner and outer effects? And how do you do it?

You are invited to share your most powerful reframings - either as a comment to the group or by contacting Anette Prehn at

This course is targeted for professionals, managers and executives which will show in the examples given and the questions asked. However, anyone is free to join so that as many as possible may harvest the benefits of reframing.

Recommended reading: "Play Your Brain" by Anette Prehn and Kjeld Fredens (Marshall Cavendish, 2011 - translated into both Complex Chinese and Russian).

Level 1 Intelligence Analyst Certification

Training in Critical Thinking & Descriptive Intelligence Analysis

Created by Robert Folker - Intelligence Officer


Students: 55331, Price: $19.99

Students: 55331, Price:  Paid

The views expressed in this course are the instructor's alone and do not reflect the official position of the U.S. Government, the Intelligence Community, or the Department of Defense.

Although anyone can claim the title of “intelligence analyst,” there are currently few commonly understood, standardized certifications available to confirm analytic skill and proficiency. Some may argue that each analytic assessment should be judged on its content and not on the certification or reputation of the author. However, an analytic product can often read well even though its analytic underpinnings are flawed. Also, it would be beneficial to have some objective measure of an analyst’s skill before selecting him for a task, rather than to discover afterwards that the analyst was unable to meet the task. Having addressed why certifications are needed and assuming certifications would provide a worthwhile benefit, the discussion then turns to how and in what areas should one attain certification. Through an analysis of the concept of analysis, the author proposes that three basic divisions should be created to train and certify one as either a descriptive, explanative, or predictive analyst. This course provides level 1 certification as a descriptive intelligence analyst.

5 Amazing Psychology Experiments

Learn More About Human Nature Through 5 Interesting and Engaging Studies in Social Psychology

Created by Andrew Luttrell, Ph.D. - Social Psychologist


Students: 43361, Price: Free

Students: 43361, Price:  Free

UPDATE: All videos in this course now come with complete English subtitles.

Join more than 7,000 students learning about interesting research in psychology!

If you've ever wanted an easy way to start learning about psychology, this is the course for you!

In this free course, you'll learn about 5 studies in psychology and see how their results reveal interesting things about human thought and behavior.

The studies in this course reveal…

  • how we can persuade someone to do what we want without even providing good reasons
  • why praising some kids for their intelligence vs. their hard word dramatically changed their test scores
  • why people who held a hot cup of coffee instead of an iced coffee automatically started thinking a stranger was especially generous and caring
  • …and more!

Carefully designed experiments tell us a great deal about the choices we make, the ways we behave, and why we think the way we do. I'm a social psychologist myself, and I thought about which studies most interested me early in my education and which studies are my current favorites. I even reached out to my colleagues to ask them what studies have most inspired them and are important for everyone to know about.

So enroll in this fun introductory course and start seeing how simple research in psychology tells us amazing things about human thought and behavior!

This course is a special selection of lectures on experiments in social psychology. For a more advanced course, please check out “Quickly Understand Social Psychology," available here on Udemy.

Criminology : Fundamentals of Criminal Psychology and Law

Training Criminology and Criminal Justice, Forensic Criminology, Criminology and Psychology, Cyber Criminology

Created by TechBinz Academy - Instructor, IT Trainer, Programmer, Automotive Engineer !


Students: 38819, Price: $99.99

Students: 38819, Price:  Paid

*Printable online certificate available upon completion of course*

What is criminology?

Criminology is a branch of sociology, which traditionally examines human behavior, interaction, and organization. However, it also ties in research and concepts from other areas of study, such as philosophy, anthropology, biology, and psychology. Criminologists examine a broad range of topics related to crime. They are dedicated to studying not only the causes of crime but the social roots and impact as well. The end goal of criminology is to determine the root causes of criminal behavior and to develop effective and humane means for preventing it. These goals have produced several schools of thought within the discipline, each of which looks at different factors involved in deviant behaviour and comes to different conclusions about how best to approach the issues.

This is a question that is deceptively simple in appearance, but really quite tricky to answer with great certainty. It is tricky partly because, as we will see, criminology is a mixture of different disciplines, differing objects of study and some dispute over where, precisely, its boundaries actually lie and should lie. Importantly, however, the fact that we begin with this question assumes that you are new to this subject. Indeed, that is the underlying assumption.

This Course is designed as an introduction for students who are studying criminology. I have endeavoured not to make too  any assumptions about pre-existing knowledge of the subject and, wherever possible, I will hope to begin from basics and work progressively  toward more complex ideas or arguments.

Criminology is a strange beast. With origins in applied medico-legal science, psychiatry, a scientifically oriented psychology and in nineteenthcentury social reform movements, for much of the second half of the twentieth century British criminology was dominated by sociology or at least a predominantly sociological approach to criminology. Times are changing again, however, and a new strand of technical and highly policy-oriented ‘scientific’ criminology has been emerging more recently. During the course of this book you will meet all these variants and should learn how to assess their competing claims.

Introduction to Human Rights

General introduction to international human rights, as well as an overview of some specific topics in this field.

Created by José Zalaquett - Lawyer, Human Rights Professor


Students: 31394, Price: Free

Students: 31394, Price:  Free

        This course is meant to be a general introduction to international human rights, as well as an overview of some specific topics in this field

                              The first half of the course consists in: An introduction to basic notions of public ethics, the history of Human Rights, international instruments, categories of rights, Human Rights violations, protection and responsibility thereof. 

                            The second part of the course deals with current issues in the human rights agenda such as: Rights of women, rights of the child, rights of indigenous peoples, armed conflicts and terrorism, the environment, transitional justice, sexual minorities. 

      The course consists of 33 lessons, each one lasting about 10 minutes. There's no time limit to complete it. We estimate that completing the course (watch all classes and answer all quizzes) takes about 7 hours in total. 

                  We have experts from all around the world as visiting professors for some classes.

Since December 31, 2018, we will NOT deliver paid virtual certificates from the Universidad Diego Portales, even if it could say the opposite in the first and last video of the course. We apologize for the inconvenience this may cause.

Counselling Skills Certificate Course (Beginner to Advanced)

Learn the theory that underpins different Counselling approaches, and the skills required in any supportive relationship

Created by Kain Ramsay - Psychology Instructor & #1 International Bestselling Author


Students: 24543, Price: $129.99

Students: 24543, Price:  Paid

Do you have a natural passion for helping people to grow, mature and take practical measures to improve their overall quality of life? If so, then this Counselling Skills Certificate Course will equip you with the skills, theoretical knowledge, and personal improvement required to practice counselling skills in a wide range of settings.

This Counselling Skills Certificate Course signifies the first step for those considering a career in counselling and provides a necessary foundation in the principles of psychology. Students will learn the time-proven theory that underpins different counselling approaches, including existential, cognitive-behavioural and person-centred perspectives.

This comprehensive counselling skills certificate course will provide you with a complete toolkit of the psychological principles and communication skills needed to start practising counselling in any supportive relationship.

During this training, you will learn to become attuned to the verbal and non-verbal responses of others, noticing shifts in body language and even mood changes. You will learn how to subtly explore these changes, and recognize when to use your newfound counselling skills and interventions.

Counselling is a time-proven form of talking therapy that allows people to become more self-aware of their responses to everyday life, alongside what motivates these responses, enabling a counsellor to separate their needs from those of the person they are counselling.

Pivoting around the relationship between counsellor and client, this Achology certified Counselling Skills training is suitable for all those who are ready to grow effective listening and people skills that will serve their individual, social and professional relationships.

During this course, you will develop specialized skills and knowledge, including:

  • Listening and people skills that serve personal and work relationships.

  • Self-awareness and the capability to build collaborative relationships.

  • Counselling theory that confirms the effectiveness of counselling skills.

  • A moral communications structure needed in all supportive relationships.

  • How to utilize counselling skills in individual or professional relationships.

  • How to design a series of counselling sessions in a helping relationship.

  • Insights into the key factors that motivate human emotions & behaviour.

  • And much, much more.

This Counselling Skills Certificate Course includes 43+ hours of on-demand video and is respectively designed for you, whether or not you have prior knowledge of counselling. It will provide you with the skills, theoretical knowledge, and personal growth required to exercise counselling skills with people in a broad range of environments.

You will benefit from a comprehensive, enjoyable and conducive learning experience. There is no deadline for you completing the course, and you can tailor the training around your current obligations and also at your own preferred pace.

You will gain all the core counselling skills you need to apply them right away. Whether you mean to create a real difference within yourself, your family or the social/professional community in which you serve, studying Counselling with Achology grants you a complete training solution.

Enrolling in this course also gives you access to an exclusive community group, in which you can ask topical questions, discuss what you're learning with others and benefit from the wealth of wisdom of over 65,000 like-minded people from all around the world.

The Achology Counselling Skills certificate course is also suitable for those whose professional performance would benefit from improved people and listening skills. Past course participants have come from education, healthcare, nursing, social work, law enforcement, social care, management teams, and also human resources.

You will get lifetime access to over 43+hrs of on-demand video-based teaching, a full MP3 version of the course and also an extensive range of downloadable additional course PDF resources.

There is no deadline for completing the course, and you can study it anytime, anywhere or from any device. You're protected by a full money-back guarantee - which means you can enrol on the course today, absolutely risk-free.

Diploma in Modern Applied Psychology (DMAP.)

Learn the psychology of human behaviour to advance your personal growth, leadership, emotional IQ and decision making.

Created by Kain Ramsay - Psychology Instructor & #1 International Bestselling Author


Students: 22181, Price: $129.99

Students: 22181, Price:  Paid

Are you interested in broadening your understanding of human behaviour? Psychology is the fascinating science of the human mind - one of the most complicated computers on Earth. It is the source of all thoughts, emotions, habits and behaviour.

Modern Applied psychology is a fascinating field of study that focuses on putting practical psychology-based research into practice. Applied psychology focuses on the application of real-world results over abstract theories and laboratory-based experiments.

Applied psychologists use human behaviour as a clue to the functioning of the mind. Although we cannot see the mind directly, everything we do, think, feel and say is determined by how the mind works. Foundation psychology (pure research) is what most people are familiar with; however, it's not until this research translates into something useful that psychology becomes relevant.

Studying Applied Psychology will let you identify how those around you think, what kind of feelings they experience, how they act and communicate, and what motivates them. We all use psychology every day when interacting with others, yet most people don't realize the psychology behind their choices and behaviours.

This unparalleled training course will introduce you to the seven disciplines of human psychology and deepen your understanding of how to support and generate positive change in peoples lives.

Since the German clinician Wilhelm Wundt opened the first experimental psychology lab in 1879, a considerable amount of understanding has been gained about the human mind and its consequential behaviour.

In short, if you are a human being who hopes to live in a meaningful, congruent and fruitful way - or help others to do the same, studying modern applied psychology will be an invaluable investment of your time.

Throughout this Diploma in Applied Psychology, you will learn how to:

  • Recognize the motivations behind all patterns of human behaviour.

  • Learn from your past to make wiser and more calculated decisions.

  • Understand and solve problems that directly affect people's lives.

  • Improve your thinking and self-regulate your emotional responses.

  • Make more thoughtful decisions that align with your priorities.

  • Separate aspects of personality from the core human identity.

  • Make precise forecasts about how people reason and behave.

  • Develop strong interpersonal relationships and connections.

  • Interact with other people in a positive and influential way.

  • Reason like a philosopher and interpret life events precisely.

  • And much, much more.

Students of Modern Applied Psychology tend to work in a range of distinguished careers; that include education, coaching and medicine, social enterprises, politics, and entrepreneurship. Even if you don't plan to work with people, psychology is still conducive to helping you understand how to cooperate with other people is a significantly useful way.

Psychology endeavours to positively influence people towards making beneficial and enduring changes in their lives. This curriculum is devised to support you in laying a firm foundation, on which you can scale your continuing studies of Applied Psychology (and it's associated range of supportive disciplines; i.e. coaching, CBT, counselling. etc.)

All schools of conventional psychology will be reviewed throughout this training; including pre-psychology (philosophy), early psychology, psychoanalysis (Fredism), developmental psychology, behavioural psychology, cognitive psychology, humanistic psychology and an emerging outlook regarding social psychology (and influence).

Joining this training also provides you access to a private discussion group, in which you can ask questions, discuss what you're learning and benefit from the expertise of over 65,000 other like-minded learners.

On finishing the final lecture, you will receive your Diploma in Modern Applied Psychology (Achology certified). You can also join the Academy of Modern Applied Psychology as a member.

The Academy of Modern Applied Psychology holds a globally esteemed presence as a respected training organization. It leads the way in teaching psychology that supports a new innovative way for psychology-based instruction to be presented and experienced.

There is no deadline for completing the course, and you can study it anytime, anywhere or from any device. You're also protected by a full money-back guarantee - which means that you can enrol on the course today, absolutely risk-free.

Public Speaking for Kids (& Parents) Kids Can Speak!

Public Speaking: It's never too early to learn how to speak effectively and with confidence. An essential life skill

Created by TJ Walker - BestSelling Personal Development & Habits Expert


Students: 21079, Price: $129.99

Students: 21079, Price:  Paid

2020 Update! Newly updated to include sections on YouTube and Facetime. All New Public Speaking for Kids (And their parents) Course taught by a real kid. This course is for kids (and parents),taught by a kid (and a parent)!

  Public Speaking is an essential skill for kids. Imagine speaking to a classroom full of other kids and knowing that everyone is understanding you and impressed by how comfortable, confident and relaxed you seem. Wouldn't it be nice to never again become nervous before speaking in front of class, teachers or parents? 

  In this Public Speaking for Kids course you will learn the following: 

  *How to relax before giving any presentation 

  *How to organize your thoughts 

  *How to practice your presentation on video 

  *How to make teachers, parents and fellow students be impressed by your public speaking abilities 

  This public speaking course is delivered primarily through spoken lecture. Because the skill you are learning is speaking related, it only makes sense that you learn through speaking. 

  The skill you will learn in this class is not primarily theoretical or academic. It is a skill that requires physical habits. That is why you will be asked to take part in numerous exercises where you record yourself speaking on video, and then watching yourself. Learning presentation skills is like learning how to ride a bicycle. You simply have to do it numerous times and work past the wobbling and falling off parts until you get it right. 

  This public speaking course contain numerous video lectures plus several bonus books for your training library. 

       Rossa Walker is an experienced speak on YouTube and in online courses. She was also a very shy kid who now, at age 7, has become an accomplished public speaker. If she can speak, any kid can speak. Rossa will teach you the easiest way to become a comfortable and confident speaker, no matter how young, inexperienced or scared you are.


  TJ Walker has been coaching and training people on their public speaking skills for 30 years. Now, through the power of Udemy's online platform, he is able to give you the same high quality training that he gives in person to CEOs, Fortune 500 executives, and Presidents of countries. Only you can now receive the public speaking training at a tiny fraction of the normal fee for in-person training. 

  How long this public speaking course takes is up to you. The longest part of the course involves you speaking on video, critiquing yourself, and doing it over until you like it. But if you get to the point where you love how you look and sound when you present it will be well worth the time spent. And having this skill will save you time for all future presentations in your life. 

  You can begin improving your presentation skills right now. You may have an opportunity to speak out as soon as tomorrow, so why waste another day worried that your presentation skills are not up to high standards. Enroll in this course today.

"5 Stars! I chose this class because part of my Parenting Plan is to help my child address fears. I know in additional to being afraid of the dark and height, speaking in front of others is a fear my child has exhibited. I like the way the Instructors talked directly to the child on the videos and used examples children could relate. I like the flow of the class. I learned there is a “magic phrase.” I also learned to have my child to use the video that is on the PC, SmartPhone and Tablet as tool to help them with this skill. I could relate to several examples of what not to do. The Instructor teaches from the view of an experienced Media Personality. I would highly recommend this class." Ericka Bellamy Joseph

There is a 100% Money-Back Guarantee for this public speaking course. And the instructor also provides an enhanced guarantee.

What others say:

“TJ Walker's single-minded devotion to presentation has made him the #1 expert for executives seeking guidance on speaking to the public and media." Bob Bowdon, Anchor/Reporter, Bloomberg Television

“TJ Walker is the leading media trainer in the world." Stu Miller, Viacom News Producer

(TJ Walker's Media Training Worldwide) “The world's leading presentation and media training firm."Gregg Jarrett, Fox News Channel Anchor

Learn Social Psychology

Understand How People Think, Feel, and Behave in this Complete Introduction to Social Psychology

Created by Andrew Luttrell, Ph.D. - Social Psychologist


Students: 17805, Price: $94.99

Students: 17805, Price:  Paid

Your life will change for the better once you better understand yourself and the people in your life. This course will teach you the ins and outs of human psychology in a fun and comprehensive guide to the mind.

You'll Learn Psychology from Every Angle

In this course, we cover five core areas of social psychology:

  1. Thinking Socially - How we think about other people, make judgments, and explain others' behavior
  2. Thinking About Ourselves - How people come to know who they are, deal with information about themselves, and situate their self-concepts in the culture they've grown up
  3. Social Influence - How and when we conform to what other people think and do, how authority has such power, and the elements of effective persuasion
  4. Cognitive Dissonance - A classic topic in social psychology dealing with how people grapple with inconsistent beliefs
  5. Working with Others - How people deal with others in everyday interactions, including relationships, group decisions, aggression, and helping

Through comprehensive videos, slide presentations, exercises, and quizzes, you will learn about the fascinating science of social psychology. This course is modeled on university curricula that you could spend thousands of dollars on.

You'll Learn from an Expert

This course was designed, top to bottom, by an experienced instructor who is an expert in the field of social psychology. The information is presented in an engaging, easy-to-understand format, and you will be able to connect these concepts to your everyday life. I'm also on call to answer any questions you have as you move through the course.

This course features more than 5 hours of video content, including helpful thought exercises, outside resources, and quizzes to keep you on track.

It's Time to Change the Way You See People

If you're interested in psychology, this is the course for you. If you are currently taking a social psychology class and want to see the same material from a different perspective, this is also the course for you! You're bound to come away with a new appreciation for for your social world after learning about the compelling research in this field of psychology.

Learn Criminal Psychology Fundamentals

Introduction to the Psychology of Crime

Created by Margit Averdijk, Ph.D. - Criminologist


Students: 17072, Price: Free

Students: 17072, Price:  Free

Have you ever wondered what some of the psychological causes of crime are? Do you want to understand better why some people commit crime whereas others don’t?

This free course serves as a brief introduction to the psychology of crime. More specifically, we’ll look into the question of which psychological factors can explain why some people commit crime. We’ll look at several main areas:

-          Personality – How does personality play a role in criminal behavior?

-          Mental Disorders – How can mental disorders contribute to crime?

-          Psychopathy – What is psychopathy and how is it related to crime?

-          Developmental Psychology – How do aggression and youth violence develop across the life course?

-          Thoughts and Feelings about Aggression and Crime – What is the role of thinking and moral emotions in aggression and crime?

Each of these aspects will be covered using comprehensive videos and slide presentations. To make things as engaging as possible, I will also provide examples of major studies, experiments, and a case study. In addition, you can test your newly gained knowledge with quiz questions at the end of each module.

This course is taught by a trained criminologist with over a decade of experience and is based on a university curriculum. But instead of having to show up in a lecture room, reading a full textbook, and paying college tuition, you can enroll in this course in your own time and at your own convenience.

I’m looking forward to seeing you inside!

***About half of this free course is part of my full introduction to explaining crime on Udemy; the other half is unique content especially added for this course. If you’re looking to get your feet wet and get a quick intro to the psychology of crime, this is a great place to start.***

English Legal System in 60 Minutes: A Fast Track Summary

A 60 Minute fast track summary of the English Legal System, targeting all common law LL.B examinations!

Created by Shaveen Bandaranayake - LL.B graduate from the University of London


Students: 16156, Price: Free

Students: 16156, Price:  Free

The English Legal System in 60 Minutes!

Whether you are a new student or someone who is just about to sit for your English Legal System or Common Law examinations, "The Law Simplified" course on the English Legal System will give you a fast-track summery of the subject.

Many students who study the Law, find it difficult to connect all of the pieces together. Thus, this course will give you a "bird's eye" overview of the entire subject.

What's more, you will have access to 20+ pages of case summaries, specifically designed to help you understand all the legal principles.

This course has been adapted to suit the needs of LLB students worldwide!

Remember, this is not a substitute for thorough learning, but it will be a great resource for students who want to recap the entire syllabus and for those who want a better, clearer and more concise understanding of the principles.


- Digestible chunks of knowledge: everything you need to know on each topic, simplified

- Downloadable "spider graphs" that will give you the bigger picture of the subject

- 20+ pages of case-law, developed in a simplified and direct manner.

Gender Equality and Sexual Diversity

Overview of the main landmarks and institutions in the fight for gender equality and the rights of sexual minorities

Created by José Zalaquett - Lawyer, Human Rights Professor


Students: 15303, Price: Free

Students: 15303, Price:  Free

This course is also available with spanish subtitules, search for "Igualdad de Género y Diversidad Sexual" in Udemy.

From the perspective of human rights and non-discrimination, the course will touch on topics such as the history of the fight for gender equality and sexual minorities’ rights, relevant international norms and institutions, violence and other forms of discrimination, as well as public policies to promote gender equality and sexual diversity.

The complete course consists in 30 video lessons of about 12 minutes each. The course will remain available permanently at Udemy, so you may complete it at your own pace, without time limit.

Since December 31, 2018, we will NOT deliver paid virtual certificates from the Universidad Diego Portales, even if it could say the opposite in the first and last video of the course. We apologize for the inconvenience this may cause.

Academic Writing for University

Essay Directive Words Part 1

Created by Vanessa Haralambous - Ve-Tutor, a one-woman tutoring enterprise


Students: 14406, Price: $89.99

Students: 14406, Price:  Paid

Join me for this near 2-hour journey into learning how to master the way you structure your essays based on essay directive words. Each of our lessons will look at a different word, and through the entirety of this course, we will be looking at a total of 11 essay directive words.

Would you like to learn how to target your essay to improve your grade? As a student, have you struggled how to tell what a question is actually asking you for?

Whether you are a social sciences or arts university degree student, you have come to the right place!

In this course, we will go over what an essay is, what its different sub-sections are, and how to bring them all together. Together, we'll prepare various example essays, and you'll write your one-page essay plans throughout this course. You'll also learn:

  • How long paragraphs in an academic essay should be and how these should be structured

  • What an essay funnel structure is

  • What is typically included in an introduction, main body, and conclusion paragraph

  • How to link different paragraphs to one another to improve your essay’s flow

  • How to link similar or dissimilar concepts to one another in a critically evaluative way

  • How to build one-page essay plans

  • How to use diagrams and one-page essay plans to develop a high-quality essay

This course covers the following example essay questions, looking at a variety of social sciences and arts degrees - making this a super exciting course to enrol in:

  • Describe how and why the Corston Report (2007) affected legislation about female offenders in the United Kingdom

  • Clarify the relationship between prosocial behaviour and empathy

  • Examine the impact of the Equality Act (2010) on Gender Equality at Work in the United Kingdom

  • Outline the principles of immersion in modern video games

  • Show how compliance techniques are used in marketing products to consumers

  • Demonstrate how the underdog theme is dealt with by films using examples

  • Summarise how new technologies can support occupational training for emergency services

  • Assess to what extent the changing inequalities in UK society have impacted the nature of social work practice

  • State to what extent morality is determined or influenced by social status

  • Interpret how Cohen and Felson’s (1979) Routine Activities Theory could explain vandalism

  • Comment upon the improvements that computer-generated imaging (CGI) gave to special effects

‘Academic Writing for University Essay Directive Words: Part 1’ is also unique through its graphical representations and visuals. This makes this academic essay writing course ideal for visual and auditory learners.

This course comes with several free resources for you to use as part of your learning and one-page essay plan course project. These are included as part of different lessons and will make your lessons more engaging through visuals.

‘Academic Writing for University Essay Directive Words: Part 1’ is perfect for the following university degrees:

Psychology | Criminology | Social Work | Sociology | Youth Studies | Anthropology | Gender Studies | Political Science | Social Policy | Fine Art | Concept Art | 3D Art | Analytical Art | Illustration | Media Studies | Film Production | Product Design | Fashion & Jewelry Design

Insights into cybercrime and electronic evidence

A basic introduction for non-technicians with a background or interest in criminal justice.

Created by Steven David Brown -


Students: 12648, Price: Free

Students: 12648, Price:  Free

This is a brief and basic introduction to cybercrime and electronic evidence aimed primarily at those criminal justice professionals who are not computer experts, but who find themselves confronted and confounded by the technological realities of our time. The course may also appeal to students and others who are just curious about the subject too.

The course introduces the main themes, threats, challenges and conundrums posed by this most modern of crime phenomena and explores some of the solutions adopted by criminal justice to try to cope with them.

This is an introductory course and seeks to explain technical concepts in terms of every day, common experience. For this reason some of technical areas have been simplified and rationalised to make them more accessible to and understandable by the uninitiated.

It consists of a series of ten 'Chapters' subdivided into videos that explore key topics. They are supported by a number of quizzes to help learners to check their progress and understanding.

Ultimate Academic Writing course: Research + Essay Writing!

Your Essential Academic Writing course with Research examples and practical Essay Writing tips!

Created by Soerin Bipat - Teacher, PhD candidate, Security consultant and Entrepreneur


Students: 10937, Price: $89.99

Students: 10937, Price:  Paid

This course is specially developed for students who need the essential knowledge to prepare them for writing and defending their thesis/dissertation in an efficient and effective manner. I have created 17 lectures that cover all facets of thesis writing in one and a half hour!

I will start with the end in mind; how is your thesis evaluated? Based on this central question I explain my formula of success and take you by the hand from topic selection all the way up to successful thesis defence. I will explain step-by-step procedures to handle certain phases of your research project and provide many practical examples. On average, each lecture takes about five minutes.    

After completing this course, you will have the essential knowledge to successfully complete your research project, because you know the necessary ingredients. This knowledge is invaluable when you are writing an academic paper, MBA thesis, PhD thesis or dissertation.

Who should enroll?
- Intern students
- Bachelor students
- Master students
- MBA students
- PhD / disseration / doctoral students

What will you learn from this course?
In about one hour you will know how to work on your thesis from preparation to successful defence. You will learn:

  • how your research will be evaluated by your supervisor;

  • my formula of success;

  • what makes a good topic (with an practical example);

  • how your effort is divided per research phase;

  • how to monitor your progress;

  • a four-step procedure for writing an effective introduction;

  • a three-step procedure to conduct your literature review;

  • about common data collection methods;

  • how to clean your dataset;

  • how to handle interviews;

  • how to analyse interview data;

  • what a moderation effect means for quantitative analysis;

  • a two-step procedure for writing an effective discussion;

  • how to write limitations and future works section;

  • a three-step procedure for writing an effective conclusion;

  • how to create and manage citations in Microsoft Word;

  • how to minimise the effort-at-risk by creating frequent back ups;

  • how to handle setbacks during your research;

  • how to present your thesis results;

  • a three-step procedure for handling difficult questions during thesis defence.

I’m fully convinced of the benefits, but I don’t see why I should learn all this from you.
True, let me explain by giving you an overview of my experience:
- Parttime PhD Candidate (7 years - present). I read the science, you'll get the knowledge! What more do you want? 
- Chief Information Security Officer (present). Managing Security, Privacy and Quality professionals. Responsible for implementing and maintaining a well balanced organisational risk posture;
- Software quality consultant (6,5 years). I've advised many managers of large / small IT projects on various software related aspects; 

You can find more details on LinkedIn on or my profile.

Go ahead and click the enroll button, and I'll see you in lesson 1!



Four testimonials


"I highly recommend Soerin as your thesis coach based on my positive experience with him over the past months. Soerin guided me through the different research phases, from the literature review until the conclusion and recommendations. By asking probing questions instead of immediately giving the answers to my questions, Soerin not only contributed to a thesis that I’m proud of, but also made me a better researcher. The recommendations that Soerin gave during his review of my thesis drafts were helpful and often formed the basis of new insights. When I hit a block while working on a factor analysis, Soerin helped me via a Skype session during which he looked at my SPSS and SmartPLS output live. Because of his enthusiasm, positive attitude and “can do” mentality, my interactions with Soerin were always pleasant and motivating.


Soerin, many thanks for your support!"

January 22nd, 2017
Master of Science in Accountancy


"I would definitely recommend Soerin as thesis advisor. Not only does Soerin help with the students plan for research, he also helps to improve the plan by making recommendations for advanced research (and additional analyses). Soerin is a very fine coach and works very structured, which triggers the students to be passioned. Soerin is easily accessible and responsive to questions and / or ambiguities. Soerin is certainly willing to help the students when problems occur. Soerin has a lot of knowledge, not only in the content but also in the structure and design of the study. He may also communicate this knowledge in a proper way, so that things are understandable for others. Soerin reviewed the thesis very detailed, by making comments in Word. The review notes will be clear and transparent. Soerin is very keen on the support of your written pieces with appropriate citations. He also helps to make your writing style 'journal proof'. He gives examples (references to pieces from other papers) and make suggestions to improve your writing style. Soerin motivates others to “get the best out of yourself”. Upon reviewing my thesis also noticed me that Soerin always reviewed with the why question. With this, he triggers another to think even more about the background of the texts are written. I’am very positive about the contact times I had with Soerin, he shares his information with great passion, he is patient and takes his time to help you with questions or ambiguities. I don’t have any improvement points for Soerin as thesis advisor. Again, I would recommend Soerin to anyone!"

January 30th, 2017
Master of Science in Accountancy


"My masterthesis (in Health Law) was recently reviewed by Soerin. While this thesis was outside his field, he provided me valuable feedback on the most crucial parts of my thesis, which were the main relevance between the research question and subquestions, applied thesis methodology and theoretical structure in order to achieve consistency between title, problem, purpose and research questions. I’ve also asked him to review my Final Conclusion & Recommendations. While his profession is in accountancy, his tips and key notes were very helpful and motivated me to finetune my thesis in some certain aspects such as re-production of my research findings and used theoretical literature. I think it is a real added value to let your thesis review by a professional teacher, who reviews dozens of master thesis a week. At the end I would really recommend anyone to let it reviewed by Soerin, which will motivate you to take the extra mile to finish your thesis on time"

April 3rd, 2017
Master in Law


"I hereby would like to recommend Soerin as thesis supervisor / mentor in writing.

Not for your ego but as a huge benefit for future students.

The reason why I would recommend him is because I believe he sees himself failing when a student fails. The harmony in the interest of both him and the students makes the delivered service as a ‘to be the standard of excellence’ one.


When discussing actualities or supporting literature Soerin is spot on! He knows what you are talking about which gives the thesis writer a lot of comfort every check.

The support by reviewing the thesis on a detailed way is very valuable. His review is of a high quality which is helpful to improve a structured writing style.


The interaction between Soerin and the students is good. He is a go-to-person (approachable). Besides that, he is very flexible in reviewing a thesis or answering question by e-mail or a text message.


The knowledge he has about collecting data and analysing the data is of an excessive high level. Multiple programs to analyse but also multiple ways to analyse. To connect the dots for a student in times they need it the most is a comfortable action. For example: In my experience I was stuck in an analysis and he did not tell me the answer, but showed me a door which made me think of how to deal with a hurdle.


Improvement can be accomplished on the areas of stopping a student when a student is only focussed on deadlines and less on quality of previous handed in parts of the thesis. Second to It, an added value can be created by paying attention on used terminology and translations from English literature.


I want to thank Soerin by writing this letter. I’m grateful for what he has done. He has partly contributed for me to be able to use the master-title with proud."

April 6th, 2017
Master of Science in Accountancy 


Criminal Investigation in the New Millennium

The Present, the Past, and the Future: A Community Policing Approach

Created by Robert T. Meesig - LtCol, USAF (retired), Ph.D.


Students: 9261, Price: Free

Students: 9261, Price:  Free

This FREE course addresses the following issues:

- How good are we at solving crime in the US? (Hint – not so good~~)

- Who are the detectives and what do they do?

- How did we get into this situation, and why?

- What can we expect in the future?

- And just how much can forensics and technology be expected help investigations?

To find answers to these and other questions, we explore the criminal investigation process of the present, the past, and the future.

We present an overview of the subject in a listener-friendly and informative way. It is scripted to be understood by the casual observer, as well as the experienced investigator and the aspiring academic.

This course is rooted in the research literature and is amply referenced and well-cited. It provides some of the most comprehensive and current information available on the process.

It does NOT teach how to be an investigator. Instead, it teaches ABOUT the investigation process itself.

The course consists of about 58 lectures ranging from five to 20 minutes in length (about 12 hours total). The lectures are divided into six sections addressing the following:

(1) Where are We?
(2) Who are the Detectives and What Do They Do?
(3) How Did We Get Here?
(4) Where are We Going?
(5) Where Do We Want to Go?
(6) The Year “2084.”

To guide us through the sections, students will learn to use a HANDY FRAMEWORK to do the following:

1. IDENTIFY a crime problem (in terms of the phases of a crime).

2. DESCRIBE the availability of crime information and sources in each crime phase (in terms of space and time).

3. UNDERSTAND how the various detective models of the past have investigated crime (to see their strengths and weaknesses).

4. MANIPULATE what we learned to project how developments in forensics and technology, and a new detective model, can address the crime problems of the future.

Understand the Mind: 15 Fascinating Psychology Studies

Learn About the Human Mind Through the Research in Social Psychological Science

Created by Andrew Luttrell, Ph.D. - Social Psychologist


Students: 8822, Price: $19.99

Students: 8822, Price:  Paid

**UPDATE: I just added 3 NEW BONUS VIDEOS to expand on and discuss some of the core experiments.

If you've ever wanted a quick and easy way to know more about people and psychology, this is the course for you! More than 11,000 people have enrolled in my online psychology courses to learn more about the human mind and social behavior. You can be one of them!

Although you could read dense textbooks on psychological research, this simple and engaging course will give you quick access to some of the most interesting and unique studies in psychology.

When you finish this course, you'll have a new appreciation for human behavior, persuasion, and influence, and you'll quickly be able to impress your friends and family with your surprising knowledge of human psychology. Not only that, but you'll know exactly what science behind those findings was!

The studies in this course reveal…

  • how we can persuade someone to do what we want without even providing good persuasive reasons
  • why people started to walk more slowly after solving a few word puzzles
  • why men were more attracted to a woman when they stood on a terrifying bridge
  • why praising some kids for their intelligence vs. their hard work dramatically changed their test scores
  • why people who held a hot cup of coffee instead of an iced coffee automatically started thinking a stranger was especially generous and caring
  • …and much more!

Carefully designed experiments tell us a great deal about the choices we make, the ways we behave, and why we think the way we do. Throughout this course, you'll learn about a bunch of these experiments and see exactly what they say about yourself and the people you meet every day.

I'm a social psychologist myself, and I thought about which studies most interested me early in my education and which studies are my current favorites. I even reached out to my colleagues to ask them what studies have most inspired them and are important for everyone to know about.

This could be the beginning of your new-found interest in psychology. After taking my classes, many of my students have begun pursuing psychology themselves! But even if you just want an easy introduction to psychology, you'll want to check out these fascinating studies now.

So enroll in this fun introductory course and start seeing how simple research in psychology tells us amazing things about human thought and behavior!

Oxford Diploma : Economics for the Thoughtful Student

An unusual approach to learning Economics

Created by Chris Bankes Sivewright - Best selling Instructor, author, actor...volunteer


Students: 8450, Price: $94.99

Students: 8450, Price:  Paid

Notice: Please do NOT enrol on this course on impulse, thinking you might watch it later. Maybe show an interest on impulse, yes, but before you enrol, watch the Preview videos, read the Course Description and then make a decision. If you then enrol then please start the course as soon as possible. Watch the lectures, look at the workbooks and join in the discussions. Joining my courses is a serious business and I want you to get the most out of your study – but I also want you to enjoy the course.

That is why I am asking that you only enrol because you really want to and that you start the course intending to make full use of all the resources.

You will be very welcome.

Just to answer your immediate question....YES! ALL the fees due to me go to CHARITY!

Five reasons to TAKE THIS COURSE right now:

  1. You cannot lose - 30 day refund if you really really don't like the course BUT if you DO like it:

    a. updated lectures

    b. case studies based on very very current news items

    c. detailed responses to messages

    d. I constantly attempt to have a 'class atmosphere' e.g. throwing questions open to all

    e. regular Announcements that are not disguised sales ploys

    f. regular FREE access to numerous other courses offered by me

  2. I am a lecturer/teacher in Economics by trade i.e. I teach full-time for a living. I have been Principal, Director of Studies and Head of Economics. (Oxford, UK)  I have lectured in University, adult evening classes and also run over 50 seminars in the UK

  3. I am/have been an Examiner for FIVE different examination boards

  4. I have 100+ books on Amazon - many of them about business/economics

  5. The success of my students has been featured on the BBC, Daily Telegraph, The Times and I have been featured on TV in 2 countries.


I make courses on Udemy primarily because I enjoy the process of causing learning. Many of my courses are to improve lives. One of the Economics courses is to raise money for charity. (100% of revenue goes to the charity)


Fundamentally this course is about helping you.

About this course - it's about DOGonomics....



Dogonomics is the use of the economy for the betterment of dogs.

Just by enrolling on this course you will be helping dogs as ALL FEES  from the Instructor and Videographer are waived and given to Dogs4Rescue, a UK charity for dogs.

Just by looking at the PREVIEW helps raise awareness!

So, unique among ALL Udemy courses, your enrolment is an example of market forces (supply,demand) being used to help dogs...

This course covers many many topics in Economics:

  • Demand

  • Supply

  • Elasticity

  • Competition

  • Game theory

  • Small firms

  • Micro-economic policy

  • Macro-economic policy

  • Brexit

  • Interest rates

  • Health Economics

  • Buddhist Economics

Despite appearances, this is a very serious course - with some humour thrown in! By enrolling on this course and working through the many lectures you will learn and learn, think - and perhaps smile a bit.

Plus you will be providing direct help to saving dogs and improving their lives.

You will learn economics from dogs - and by doing so, you will be helping them.

This is a course that you will certainly remember!

New workbook added: Decluttering (July 2019)


Chapter 1 : The economics of decluttering

Chapter 2: Decluttering the company

Chapter 3: How to declutter like an Economist

Chapter 4: Buy less…

Chapter 5: The economics of tidying up

Chapter 6: Declutter your business

Chapter 7: Mistakes people make when decluttering

Chapter 8: The Kondo Effect: the economy-changing magic of tidying up


  • Decluttering

  • Sunk costs

  • Costs of clutter

  • 5S lean manufacturing

  • Lean management

  • Declutter your mail inbox

  • Declutter your home office

  • Wasting time and opportunities

  • Thinking like an economist

  • A rich life with less stuff

  • Minimalism

  • How much is enough

  • Marie Kondo

  • The art of letting go

  • Recycling

  • Status quo bias

  • Diminishing returns

  • Decluttering mistakes

  • Minimalism

  • Consumerism

  • Minimalism and economics: the endowment effect

Two new workbooks:

  • Christmas Economics

  • Economics New Year 2020

Is American Democracy Broken? Perspectives and Debates

Key challenges to American democracy in today's volatile political climate

Created by Jeb Barnes - Associate Professor of Political Science - University of Southern California


Students: 8402, Price: Free

Students: 8402, Price:  Free

A Faculty Project Course - Best Professors Teaching the World

American democracy seems in crisis, as we face legislative gridlock, soaring deficits, negative campaigns awash in donations from anonymous sources, growing public distrust of government, and protest movements on the right and left on the political spectrum. This class provides an overview of competing views on contemporary American democracy and a fresh look at some key issues facing our polity, including campaign finance, the War powers, the politics of deficit spending, and the proper policy-making role of the courts.

The Most Comprehensive (57 hrs! ) Economics Course (Diploma)

Oxford Diploma in Economics: India, USA, Australia, S. Africa, Islam and Economics - all discussed: 2000 posts!

Created by Chris Bankes Sivewright - Best selling Instructor, author, actor...volunteer


Students: 8315, Price: $129.99

Students: 8315, Price:  Paid

Important notice: This course is run as a HUGE class. There are 2000+ posts in the Q/A at an average of about 60 posts a day. Students from many different countries post and ask/answer questions on all aspects of Economics. Recent discussions have been about:

  • Islam and Economics

  • Marginal Utility

  • Elasticity

  • Bidenomics

  • South Africa and Economics

  • 2021 budget and budgets in general

  • Climate Change

  • Brexit

  • Modern monetary theory

This is a course where everyone learns from each other. 2000 posts means students are ENGAGED IN THE COURSE.




The economic costs of strokes (health economics)


1. Brexit - the update

2. Key Economic vocabulary


1. Economics workbook on Italy

2. Special new section on the stimulus package for South Africa


Note: This course includes the Oxford Diploma – no other Udemy Economics course (by other Instructors) satisfies the criteria. If you achieve the Diploma then you will have worked very hard and learned a lot. There is a detailed video on the Oxford Diploma plus a checklist plus a 'Diploma Requirements' document


1. Watch the Preview video

2. Watch the sample lectures

3. Thoroughly read this course description

4. Be fully aware that participation is encouraged - that means there are manuals (many!) numerous discussions (Q/A sections) and regular Education Announcements

5. To achieve the Oxford Diploma requires quite a lot of work. To acquire the Completion Certificate you can You can choose to do either, neither or...both. Questions are responded to quickly.

6. Remember too that this course includes an OPTIONAL course in Business Economics English.

Six reasons to TAKE THIS COURSE right now:

1. You cannot lose - 30 day refund if you really really don't like the course BUT if you DO like it:

a. updated lectures

b. case studies based on very very current news items

c. detailed responses to messages

d. I constantly attempt to have a 'class atmosphere' e.g. throwing questions open to all

e. regular Announcements that are not disguised sales ploys

f. regular FREE access to numerous other courses offered by me

2. I am a lecturer/teacher in Economics by trade i.e. I teach full-time for a living. I have been Principal, Director of Studies and Head of Economics. (Oxford, UK) I have lectured in University, adult evening classes and also run over 60 seminars in the UK, Poland and the Czech Republic.

3. I am/have been an Examiner for FIVE different examination boards

4. I have 100+ books on Amazon - many of them about Business/Economics

5. The success of my students has been featured on the BBC, Daily Telegraph, The Times and I have been featured on TV in 2 countries (as well as the UK)


I make courses on Udemy primarily because I enjoy the process of causing learning. Many of my courses are to improve lives. One of the Economics courses (Dogonomics) is to raise money for charity. (100% of revenue goes to the charity) Another course (Quakernomics) raises money for an animal sanctuary. Fundamentally this course is about helping you.

What is the course about?

This course is TWENTY Economics courses in ONE! Five more added in April 2020

· Business/Economics English course for those whose first language is not English

· Covid 19 – its impact

· Egg timer economics

· Corbynomics

· Trumponomics

· Revision and Current affairs

· Prosperity and Justice UK

· One step backwards – one giant leap forwards

· Theresa May UK (Prime Minister)

· Boris and Brexit - the UK PM's pledges analysed 2 courses)

· Before…and after

· The Economy of the USA

· The Nigerian Economy

· April fools economics

· End of Course Homework: Multiple choice tests

The TWENTY courses take you through BEGINNER to ADVANCED!

Course One - Business Economics English

This is a seven day Business Economics English course for those students whose first language is not nEnglish. If you are fluent in English then skip this course.

Course Two - Egg Timer Economics

‘Egg timer economics’ is a series of very short lectures that illustrate key areas of the advanced Economics course. (Each lecture is about 3.5 minutes, hence the title 'Egg-timer Economics!) The course introduces key areas of micro and macroeconomics in a very straightforward way. There are also two sections on current affairs to encourage those attending the course to use news items to learn about Economics.

Each lecture (except Current Affairs) is accompanied by data response questions and a quiz.

Course Three - Corbynomics


Jeremy Corbyn leads the Labour Party in the UK. 'Corbynomics' has certainly captured the attention of the young.

BUT what IS 'Corbynomics'?

This part examines the Labour Party's Economic policies

Course Four - Trumponomics


An examination of the economic policies of President Trump and America.

Note: Read through the Announcements and Q/A for further discussions

Course Five- Revision Lectures


There are three elements to this course:

· current news items

· rapid fire questions about the economics in the news

· revision lectures

Course Six - World Economics

We look at individual economies of the world - starting with the UK

Course Seven

Back to basics but also a giant leap forward - go and look!

Topics include:

· aggregate demand

· aggregate supply

· confidence and AD

· economies of Australia, America, Sweden and the UK

· impact of Brexit

· international trade

· government economic policy

· savings/savings ratio

· Twitter as an investment tool

Course Eight

· The economic legacy of Theresa May, the UK Prime Minister who has just resigned (May 2019)

· The European Elections

Course Nine

The UK has a new Prime Minister. He has made a series of pledges about the economy.

These are analysed.

Courses Ten and Eleven

A Before..and After course which measures your progress.

Course Twelve

The Economic impact of COVID-19 (and a workbook)

Course Thirteen

The Economy of the USA

Current as at April 2020 we look at the USA and COVID…and the impact. But we also look at whether Americans are happy with their economy.

Course Fourteen

The Nigerian Economy

We consider the macro areas of the Nigerian Economy

Course Fifteen

April Fools economics

Created specifically for April 1st we look at Economic hoaxes.

Course Sixteen

End of Course Homework: Multiple choice tests

Many many extra lectures and times tests on multiple choice – micro and macro

What terminology would you expect the audience to use to find your course?

The terminology is common business language – as found in newspapers. Therefore terms such as ‘fiscal policy’ and ‘monetary policy’ are used. Students are encouraged to use the Q/A option to raise points and questions. These questions will very quickly be responded to. Remember too that there is an ‘Economics English’ course included.

What kind of materials are included?

200+ short lectures and some documents that a) test whether the student had understood/remembered the key elements of the lecture and b) questions encouraging to do their own research. In that way the course continues beyond the video.

How long will the course take to complete?

Assuming the student has 2 hours a day , the course could easily be covered in ten weeks. However, one of the purposes of the course is to enthuse the student and the questions asked may encourage the student to spend hours reading newspaper articles. There are also 24 workbooks that, if filled in, will easily take another 120 hours. (This is a very intensive course!)

How is the course structured?

The lectures follow the standard Advanced Economic syllabus. So, video, then an extension document. Then the next video. There are many, many revision questions.

Why take this course?

So many reasons!

1. To quickly gain an understanding of micro and macro economics

2. To be able to assess and evaluate America's economic policies

3. To be able to assess and evaluate the UK's 'alternative' economic policies

4. In the final extended section you can thoroughly test yourself and really see if you understand the economics behind current articles. These lectures are boosted by repeats of earlier lectures. Thus: R-E-V-I-S-I-O-N

Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) – ACCREDITED CERTIFICATE

Counselling and psychology approaches, theoretical knowledge and practice for counsellors to be, work from home / online

Created by Elmira Strange, MPhil, Dip - Motivational Psychologist, 73000+ students


Students: 8259, Price: $99.99

Students: 8259, Price:  Paid

Are you interested in a career as a professional therapist (or coach)? Do you want to learn how to use Dialectical Behaviour Therapy approach in your work or your personal life?

In this course you will take 24 informative lectures where you will be guided with the step-by-step approach in becoming a professional DBT therapist who work with clients in counselling and therapeutic settings. 

You will learn:

  • how to plan treatment goals with your client,

  •  how to use DBT approach in various disorders and conditions such as Borderline Personality Disorder, depression, anxiety, OCD and eating disorder,

  • understand what is 'Mindfulness', 

  • what is 'Distress Tolerance',  

  • what is 'Emotional Regulation',

  • and much more!


You will also learn how to set up therapeutic and learning environment for the client, and you will understand the philosophy of DBT.

P.S. This course is now fully accredited by the International Association of Therapists (IAOTH).

P.P.S. At the end of the course you will see the instructions on how to obtain your certificate of completion

Monitoring and Evaluation

A mini course in basic concepts of M&E for development and governance programmes, policies and services

Created by Thomas Winderl - Senior Advisor for Monitoring and Evaluation


Students: 8158, Price: $79.99

Students: 8158, Price:  Paid

This mini course equips you with basic knowledge on Monitoring and Evaluation. 

After this course, you will:

  • know what Monitoring and Evaluation a programme, policy or service is

  • understand the difference between monitoring and evaluating 

  • understand that measuring is about reducing uncertainty

  • know the difference between data, information and knowledge

  • work with a results chain in the context of development and governance programmes, policies or services

  • understand inputs, activities, outputs, outcomes and impact

  • understand the difference between quantitative and qualitative data

  • understand the difference between secondary and primary data

  • know some key tools to collect data yourself

  • know how to design high-quality, effective indicators 

The crash course consists of 20 short, easily digestible lessons with video clips and graphics. It also provides downloadable material with the content of the course as well as suggestions for additional, high quality reading for each chapter.

Learn Social Psychology – The Self & Self-Esteem

Understand Psychology for Personal Development, Self-Discovery, Business, Entrepreneurship, and Team-Building

Created by Andrew Luttrell, Ph.D. - Social Psychologist


Students: 7442, Price: $19.99

Students: 7442, Price:  Paid

For ages, psychologists have been studying the self. Anytime we think about who we are, we engage in a very special thought process. After all, who knows us better than ourselves?

This course serves as a quick introduction to the psychology of the self. You'll learn four major components about this fascinating field of study:

  1. The Self-Concept: How do we come to understand who we are, what our traits are, what our skills are, etc.? This section looks at what it means to have a "self-concept" and how it develops.
  2. Self-Esteem: We've all heard of self-esteem, but psychologists spend countless hours understanding what it is, including components of self-esteem that you've never considered before.
  3. Self-Motives: Let's face it: we can be defensive. If someone says something negative about us, we feel compelled to refute it. This section looks at all the ways people are motivated to think about themselves in particular ways and what they do to ensure they maintain a particular self-concept.

In this series of lectures, you'll learn from a trained social psychologist and come to understand the essentials of the psychology of self. With quiz questions that reinforce your learning and examples that connect the research to your own life, this course is designed to help you quickly master this information. So enroll now and start learning about this fascinating field of social psychology!

**Please note that this is one part of the full "Learn Social Psychology" course. If you want to learn about the psychology of the self, and you're not ready to take the plunge for the full social psychology course, this is a great place to start!

Microeconomics – 1: Finding Demand

Theory of Demand through plots and figures

Created by Amit Goyal -


Students: 7280, Price: Free

Students: 7280, Price:  Free

In this course, you will learn about modelling consumer behavior. You will learn how to create a simple model of consumer who wishes to choose the best affordable consumption plan. This course introduces a unique graphical approach for solving the optimization problems. The methods that you will learn in this course are useful for developing an understanding of how to create simple models in Economics.

Course is drawn from the lectures on problem solving approach that I have been teaching to undergraduate Economics students in Delhi for the past 10 years. This course is meant for students who are interested in learning key ideas in Microeconomics through a problem solving approach. No prior knowledge of Microeconomics is needed, but the student must possess liking for Mathematics and have an interest in problem solving. It is recommended that the student should have good exposure to calculus (as is typically covered in high school). Student must be comfortable with algebraic and functional notation for variables, sets, and functions.

Course consists of mostly videos and small quizzes to test your understanding of the content taught in videos.

Topics: Demand Function, Hicksian Demand, Substitution Effect, Income Effect.

Enjoy learning.

Economics : Behavior of Buyers and Sellers & Product Pricing

The Easiest Beginner level Course on Economics with real life examples and graphic content. Perfect for Newbies!

Created by Shubham Kalra - Author, Founder and Econometrics Tutor at Eduspred


Students: 7106, Price: $49.99

Students: 7106, Price:  Paid

This course is your first step to build an excellent understanding of Economics. It has students (from over 130 countries), including absolute beginners in Economics and professionals from marketing and consulting fields!  Here is what some of them have to say:

"This entire course simplified my last 3 lectures in Economics for my MBA program. Thanks you so much for this course!"  ~ Naomi Cassin

"A very superb course to learn for marketers and sales people to understand economics and market demand. Well arranged course with simple language and easy to understand" ~ Abdul Qadir Samad

"The author's clarity about what's being handled is exceptionally good" ~ Harish

"I liked this course, it explains the basics of Supply and Demand. It helped me understand some things that weren't detailed when I studied it in my university. Thank you Shubham Kalra for this course!" ~ Caroline Dos Santos Correa

Course Description: 

Welcome to this course on Basics of Microeconomics : Behavior of Buyers and Sellers & Product Pricing

This course is divided into 2 parts:

1) Understanding the Behavior of Buyers and Sellers
This part is covered in Section 1 (Demand), Section 2 (Supply) and Section 3 (Supply and Demand Together)

In this part, I will take you through the heart of Economics - Demand and Supply Mechanism (Determined by Buyers and Sellers ) and we will discuss the following topics :

What is Demand?
Do you demand less when the price of a commodity rises.? Yes..? Think again..!
Is your Demand only a function of price?
What is supply?
What affects supply of a good in the market?
We, as buyers, want to pay as low a price as possible; sellers, on the other hand, want to charge as high a price as possible, seems like there  are opposite interests here, then who gets to decide the price?
How does this price mechanism function?

2) Product Pricing Decisions - Price Elasticity of Demand and Supply
This part is covered in Section 4 (Elasticity of Demand) and Section 5 (Elasticity of Supply).

In this part, you will understand how to analyse demand and supply with greater precision and the product pricing mechanism.
We will go through the following topics:

What is Price Elasticity of Demand? 
How much product pricing power do you have?
How to calculate Elasticity? 
What is Price Elasticity of Supply? 
What affects Price Elasticity of Supply? 
This course is not only for the students of Economics but for anyone who has an interest in understanding these powerful mechanisms. 

It is a beginner level course and all the topics and concepts start from scratch, so even if you are not familiar with Economics, you may take this as your first step to understand this powerful subject.   

All that said, if you would like to discuss something while you are learning, please feel free to start a discussion or PM me.

Let's get started..!

Statistics literacy for non-statisticians

Learn the key terms and analysis methods in statistics

Created by Mike X Cohen - Neuroscientist, writer, professor


Students: 6858, Price: Free

Students: 6858, Price:  Free

In this short course, you will learn the meaning of key terms in statistics, such as p-value, ANOVA, variance, etc.

By the end of this course, you will feel more comfortable talking about and reading about commonly used statistical analysis methods.

Note that this course does not cover the math of the analyses, nor software to perform statistical analyses.

Advanced Level Psychology – ACCREDITED CERTIFICATE

Psychology skills, Applied Social & Cognitive Psychology, Child Development, Research Methods, academic online study

Created by Elmira Strange - Motivational Psychologist, 71000+ students


Students: 5989, Price: $109.99

Students: 5989, Price:  Paid

Welcome to 'Advanced Psychology' course!

Have you ever wondered why some people behave in a very different or even 'odd' way? What makes us all 'different' from one another? Have you ever wondered what psychological disorders are? Does Psychology fascinate you?

Then you might be ready for this comprehensive Advanced Level Psychology course!

In this course you will learn:

  • What is perception, attention, and thinking

  • Why we conform to other people and authorities

  • How we judge other people

  • How children develop in various ages

  • What is anxiety, depression, and other emotional disorders

  • How to treat 'abnormal behaviour' 

  • and so much more!

P.S. This course is now fully accredited by the International Association of Therapists (IAOTH).

P.P.S. At the end of the course you will see the instructions on how to obtain your certificate of completion

Introduction to Child Psychology – ACCREDITED CERTIFICATE

Learn about child behaviour, parenting styles, relationships and socialising, cognitive development, counselling & more!

Created by Elmira Strange - Motivational Psychologist, 71000+ students


Students: 5813, Price: $99.99

Students: 5813, Price:  Paid

Are you interested in learning about child’s psychology and child’s behaviour? 

Is this your first step towards a professional career as a child psychologist or you would use this knowledge as a part of your current work? Or perhaps you want to build your own business or just use this knowledge to get to know your own children?

In this course you will take 19 informative lectures where you will find out many interesting aspects that you’ll be able to use in your own professional career.

Here you will learn:

  • what are the 4 parenting styles and how to recognise them in others, 

  • how schooling from public schools Vs homeschooling affects the child’s development, 

  • how parental separation and divorce affects the child's mental health, 

  • what counselling therapy of young children involves, 

  • how newborn babies develop attachments to their parents and caregivers

  • how today's society and culture affects the child's learning and behaviour

  • and so much more! 

If you are ready to start learning, then enrol in this class!

P.S. This course is now fully accredited by the International Association of Therapists (IAOTH).

P.P.S. At the end of the course you will see the instructions on how to obtain your certificate of completion

Level 2 Intelligence Analyst Certification

Training for Explanative Intelligence Analysis

Created by Robert Folker - Intelligence Officer


Students: 5689, Price: $34.99

Students: 5689, Price:  Paid

The views expressed in this course are the instructor's alone and do not reflect the official position of the U.S. Government, the Intelligence Community, or the Department of Defense.

This course builds on the Level 1 Intelligence Analyst Certification course for descriptive analysis.  One cannot explain why events occurred, if one does not first know what events occurred. Explanative intelligence interprets current events.  It seeks to explain an adversary’s behavior, answer the question “why,” and establish causal relationships.  Thus, students in this course should hold a Level 1 certification and be experienced descriptive intelligence analysts.  Likewise, as the graduates of the Level 2 course gain experience and expertise they become ready for the Level 3 course and are ready to produce predictive intelligence analysis.