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Introduction to Event Planning
Be introduced to the art and science of event management in this overview of the certificate program. Gain an overview of the event industry and its associations and designations. Discuss various types of events, the 5-phase approach to event planning and the core competencies of event planners.
|Subject code: XEVT 10011 ||15 Hours. Fee: $249 ||Choose 1 of the CRNs below |
|CRN 50035 |
|Online ||May 1-29 || || |
Human Resource Basics for Managers
Gain a fundamental overview of human resources management. Acquire an appreciation and basic comprehension of legislation affecting employees, knowledge regarding the recruitment/selection process, training and development, and managing day-to-day performance.
Note: This course is recommended for students with little to no HR experience.
|Subject code: XMGD 20020 ||15 Hours. Fee: $420 || |
|CRN 50013 |
|2 classes ||May 25 - 26 ||8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. ||Thu.,Fri..|
Foundations of Social Media for Business
Analyze the role of social media in business and explore the power of these tools to build relationships with your customers.
|Subject code: XCSP 10017||12 Hours. Fee: $379||Choose one of the CRNs below|
|CRN 30845||4 classes||April 4-13||6-9 p.m.||Tue., Thu.|
|CRN 50292||4 classes||June 6-15||6-9 p.m.||Tue., Thu.|
|CRN 50581||Online||May 1-28|| || |
Accounting Principles for Computers
Learn basic bookkeeping concepts. Explore company structure, terminology and concepts (such as chart of accounts, accounts payable/receivable, the accounting cycle, financial reports) needed for software such as QuickBooks and Simply Accounting.
Note: This is a great foundation course for those with no accounting software experience, but may not want to complete the full certificate.
|Subject code: XCAC 10005 ||12 Hours. Fee: $279 || |
|CRN 50016||2 classes||Jun. 3-4||9 a.m.-4 p.m.||Sat., Sun.|
Project Management Basics
Learn the basic terminology of project management, including the five key areas of expertise: Initiating, Planning, Executing, Monitoring and Controlling, and Closing.
|Subject code: XPRM 30016||7 Hours. Fee: $249|| Not available this semester|
Effective Interpersonal Communication
Workplace and business communication can be challenging. Be introduced to personal assessment tools and strategies to improve interpersonal effectiveness, facilitate team work, enhance productivity and foster win/win communication.
|Subject code: XMGD 30006||7 Hours. Fee: $219|| Not offered this semester|
Leading with Emotional Intelligence
Succeed professionally by grasping the essential concepts of emotional intelligence and utilizing them to form powerful, healthy relationships. Learn to communicate clearly and effectively, solve problems, make thoughtful decisions, and earn others' trust and respect.
|Subject code: XMGD 30011||7 Hours. Fee: $219|| Not offered this semester|
Building Customer Relations
Acquire the steps and strategies you require to provide customer service excellence. Discover what your customers want and need from you, and take action to ensure these needs are met. Explore methods for dealing with challenging customers while maintaining composure.
|Subject code: XMGD 30007||7 Hours. Fee: $219|| |
|CRN 30455||1 class||Apr. 8||8:30 am-4:30 pm||Sat.|
Gain an overview of conflict management principles and best practices. Learn to assess and manage your own response and approach to conflict in the workplace.
|Subject code: XMGD 30003||7 Hours. Fee: $219|| |
| CRN 90664||1 class||Apr. 29||8:30 am-4:30 pm||Sat.|
Making Meetings Move
Well-organized meetings with pre-defined roles and responsibilities save time and resources, and aid in achieving desired business results. Through online videos, exercises and group discussion, learn how to prepare in advance for a successful meeting.
|Subject code: XPLA 10008||15 Hours. Fee: $349|| |
|CRN 50172||Online||May 15 - June 30|| || |
Leading and Implementing Change
Change management requires focused, strategic planning and implementation. Learn practical strategies and techniques for creating a change management plan and executing it throughout the change management life cycle. Case studies and real-world examples guide you step-by-step through each stage of planning, communicating and implementing change to achieve desired results. Discover the value of becoming a change leader.
|Subject code: XCMT 10003 ||15 Hours. Fee: $469 || |
|CRN 50285 |
|2 classes ||June 2-3 ||8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. ||Fri., Sat.|
Writing in the Workplace
Effective business writing has high impact on your professional success. Learn to write well for business including effective letters, reports and presentations as well as e-mails, web content and blogs.
|Subject code: XMGD 30001||7 Hours. Fee: $219|| |
|CRN 30452||1 class||Apr. 22||8:30 am-4:30 pm||Sat.|