The Science of Nuclear Energy starts by explaining what atoms, nucleons and electrons are. It swiftly moves past that, without leaving anyone behind, explaining nuclear fission, energy, power, and electricity.
But it doesn't stop there. It explains to us how nuclear stations are decommissioned and some solutions to the nuclear waste problem. This course doesn't try to force you to have a certain opinion, they explore both the good: the potential of fission, Thorium and fusion, and the bad: the disasters at Three Mile Island, Chernobyl, and Fukushima.
I wish they'd gone on to explain further the dangers of radioactivity, other than thyroid cancers and to dispel the myths (?) of the Chernobyl genetic mutations, but this course was only 4 weeks long, and everything we learned was useful.