Whether you are looking for the next step in your art and design career or simply keen to improve your creative skills, we have the course of study that’s right for you.

We offer a great range of online art and design courses which give you the chance to study at times that suit you and achieve a respected qualification from some of the US's most respected awarding bodies. All the BA (Hons) and MA degree courses listed below are fully accredited by university of Maine

Information technology management is a fast-growing field. Companies are always looking to upgrade their technology, and information technology managers can help them do it. Keep reading to discover academic and career options in this field.

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Individuals who can work with computers and communicate with others should could be suited to work in information technology management. Used in fields like database administration and network management, an educational background in information technology management can prepare students to work in many areas of computer science and for businesses that rely on computer technology to stay competitive and efficient.

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Sociology examines individuals in their social contexts and provides insights into factors such as class, gender and age shape societies at the individual and institutional levels. This introductory course introduces you to key concepts and theories used in examination of and for understanding social action, social institutions, social structure and social change

Have you ever dreamed of building a robot or designing an aircraft? Have a passion for racing cars and want to be part of a Formula 1 development team? Maybe you’re fascinated by nanotechnology, developments in cleaner and more efficient energy use, or even the study of sound pollution and sound-proofing. Want to make a contribution to the development of sustainable energy or be a part of the creation of more advanced forms of artificial intelligence? If any of the above grabs your attention, then maybe you should consider a mechanical engineering career – starting with a mechanical engineering degree.

This course provides an introduction to the chemistry of biological, inorganic, and organic molecules. The emphasis is on basic principles of atomic

An undergraduate degree in mathematics provides an excellent basis for graduate work in mathematics or computer science, or for employment in such mathematics-related fields as systems analysis, operations research, or actuarial science.

Because the career objectives of undergraduate mathematics majors are so diverse, each undergraduate's program is individually arranged through collaboration between the student and his or her faculty advisor. In general, students are encouraged to explore the various branches of mathematics, both pure and applied.

Undergraduates seriously interested in mathematics are encouraged to elect an upper-level mathematics seminar. This is normally done during the junior year or the first semester of the senior year. The experience gained from active participation in a seminar conducted by a research mathematician is particularly valuable for a student planning to pursue graduate work.

There are three undergraduate programs that lead to the degree Bachelor's of Science in Mathematics: a General Mathematics Option, an Applied Mathematics Option for those who wish to specialize in that aspect of Mathematics, and a Theoretical Mathematics Option for those who expect to pursue graduate work in pure mathematics. A fourth undergraduate program leads to the degree Bachelor's of Science in Mathematics with Computer Science; it is intended for students seriously interested in theoretical computer science.