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Management
Business Development

Gain knowledge of supervision, control, and performance of activities involved in the operation of a business. Explore the areas of human relations, labor management, personnel, marketing, purchasing, production, economics, and finance.

F21sct: 1M9/206:15 PM$645.00

Management
Cybersecurity and Privacy Management

This course introduces the key business, technical, legal and ethical issues in cybersecurity and privacy faced by business and government. Using case studies and simulations, the class will analyze the management and technical causes for breaches and actual company responses, and apply strategies and best practices for detection and prevention of data theft and intrusions.After completing the course, students will have a foundational knowledge of privacy and cybersecurity issues that must be addressed in for-profit, non-profit, and government activities and organizations.

F21sct: 1M10/256:15 PM$425.00

Management
Business Statistics

This introductory business statistics course will cover descriptive statistics, tables and charts, and normal distribution. You will also be introduced to control charts, confidence intervals, and sample-size determination. Sample tests of hypothesis, simple linear regression, and an introduction to multiple regressions will also be covered.

F21sct: 01CTh9/236:15 PM$645.00

Management
Strategic Planning

Strategic planning is both an art and a skill. Students in this course will learn how to break down a business plan, identify its weak points and realign its components to create a stronger successful plan.

F21sct: 1M9/206:15 PM$645.00

Management
Contemporary Management Practices

This course covers the basic structure of an organization and how the essential managerial functions of planning, organizing, motivating, directing, controlling, and leading relate to one another as well as to the organization?s mission. The course also introduces the psychology of management, interpersonal dynamics between managers and employees, power and politics, and organizational change.

F21sct: 01CTh9/236:15 PM$645.00

Management
The Art of Supervision: Confronting the Difficult Employee

This practical approach to working with others will include improving group performance, exerting authority, time management and staffing interviewing. In this continually changing business environment, sticky situations are bound to arise. Now you can prepare for the unexpected with enhanced confidence and problem-solving skills.

F21sct: 2Su, F, Sa10/229:00 AM$645.00
F21sct: 01CTu9/216:15 PM$645.00

Management
Planning And Managing Organizational Change

This case-study-based course will prepare managers and business professionals responsible for facilitating or managing change initiatives, identifying key business drivers that typically underlie the need for organizational change. Learn different techniques and interventions for working with resistance in various organizational settings.

F21sct: 01CTu9/216:15 PM$645.00
F21sct: 2Su, F, Sa10/229:00 AM$645.00

Management
Creating Effective Teams and Partnerships

Developing teamwork is essential in orchestrating and driving organizational success. This course will teach you the essential tasks needed to build an effective team and provide you with practical techniques you can use for each of those tasks. These skills and tools will give you the team-leadership abilities that are an asset to any organization.

F21sct: 01CTh9/236:15 PM$645.00
F21sct: 2Su, F, Sa10/159:00 AM$645.00
SU21sct: 2Su, F, Sa7/239:00 AM$645.00

Project Management
Fundamentals of Project Management

In this course, you will learn to master the tools used by project managers. Topics include the work breakdown structure, critical path, task analysis, project plan, project scheduling and more. Gain the skills needed to plan, track progress, and stay focused on the result. Where appropriate, students will learn PMBOK terminology and how it relates to certification.

F21sct: 1Sa10/29:00 AM$645.00
F21sct: 02CM, W10/46:15 PM$645.00

Project Management
Client Management

One of the most critical components of project management is learning to manage the "human factor." In this course, ways to meet client expectations, needs, and concerns will be considered through the exploration of proven methods of needs assessment, timely and meaningful status reporting and effective closure.

F21sct: 1Sa10/29:00 AM$645.00

Project Management
Leadership Skills for Project Managers

Learn the skills required to effectively manage your project teams, build stakeholder buy-in and manage their internal and external clients. The course brings together the project and leadership skills necessary to both manage and lead a team and keep a project on track to reach a successful result. Class topics include client management, building stakeholder buy-in, stakeholder management, project leadership, and self-awareness, dealing with change, and keeping your project on track.

F21sct: 01CTu, Th11/96:15 PM$645.00

Project Management
Microsoft Project

This course covers project plan formatting; tracking progress; working with multiple projects and integrating Microsoft Project with other programs, fine-tuning tasks, resources, optimizing the project plan, coordinating resource pools, and consolidating projects.

F21sct: 1Th9/306:15 PM$645.00