The Law A Level Course will give you a thorough understanding of how law is created, administered and changed. You will learn how to analyse problem situations and apply the appropriate substantive legal rules and principles. You will gain the ability to evaluate critically the appropriateness and effectiveness of particular legal rules, institutions and procedures together with an appreciation of the effects of the law and the legal system on the individual and society.
The Economics A Level Course has been developed so students can learn to apply economic theory to support analysis of current economic issues. Students are encouraged to understand the interrelationships between microeconomics and macroeconomics and to help in developing real life skills which are needed to understand and analyse data, and to think critically and to make informed decisions. Students will also develop their quantative skills and learn to evaluate arguments using both qualitative and quantitative data.
The Business A level Course will give you a solid grounding in many of the skills required for business life in the rapidly changing world of the new millennium. One of our most popular courses, it assumes no prior knowledge, although it is an advantage to have some background in accounting and mathematics. New topics include the “dot com” phenomenon and how to start a new business.
The Biology A Level Course embraces the fascinating study of life and all living organisms. This specification will cover the molecular basis, origins and the ecosystems inhabited by such organisms. The course will also deal with the more worrying aspects of Biology such as disease, habitat destruction and genetic engineering.
The Economics IGCSE Course is designed to follow the structure of the Edexcel 4EC1 specification and is divided into four separate modules. This home study course will help you develop your knowledge as you are taken on a tour of the world of economics, exploring topical issues that affect each one of us every day.
The Chemistry IGCSE Course is designed to follow the structure of the Edexcel 4CH1 specification and is divided into six separate modules. In combination with other suitable IGCSE entry subjects the course is an ideal preparation for those who wish to go on to study Chemistry at A level. The course is designed to develop (1) a broad understanding of chemical facts, concepts and principles, (2) skills in chemical investigation and (3) an ability to evaluate the benefits and drawbacks of modern scientific developments.
The Business IGCSE Course is designed to meet the requirements of the Edexcel 4BS1 specification. This distance learning course concerns the business aspects of organisations within their economic, political and social contexts. The performance of business is studied from a range of perspectives. Using case studies, your course ensures that you have knowledge, understanding and experience of the real world of business organisations. The use of case study materials also requires that you use a variety of methods to analyse and evaluate this evidence and thus make reasoned judgements in the context of real business scenarios.
The Biology IGCSE Course is designed to follow the structure of the Edexcel 4BI0 specification. In combination with other suitable IGCSE entry subjects the course is an ideal preparation for those who wish to go on to study Biology, or other biological subjects at A level. The course is designed to give students a broad understanding of biological facts, concepts and principles and to develop skills in biological investigation and give the ability to evaluate the benefits and drawbacks of modern scientific developments.
Why are there poor people and rich people? Why is it ‘right’ to wear some clothes but not others (or none at all!)? Is there such a thing as ‘society’? With the aid of entertaining cartoons and numerous activities, this stimulating course analyses questions like these and casts a new slant on many aspects of modern life. Each lesson of the Sociology GCSE course begins with a set of clearly stated objectives and an explanation of its place in the overall programme of study.
Psychology is the science of the mind and behaviour. No matter who we are or what we do, some greater insight into this field will be relevant, and this is one reason why Psychology is one of the most popular of all our courses. This fascinating subject is brought to life in an entertaining course that looks at questions such as: Why do we like some people and not others? How can an individual overcome a fear of spiders? Can you improve your memory? The syllabus focuses on the methods of psychology and its practical applications. Step-by-step guidance is given with the necessary research projects.