Energy is Everything (EisE) provides education and supportive resources to program participants on topics that
include: Energy Resources, Gas and Electricity, Waste Management, Air Quality and Transportation; Water
Conservation, and the Water-Energy Nexus.
April 1 - June 30
January 1 - March 31
Participants of this customized course will learn the foundational skills required to provide exceptional customer service, gain a foundational understanding of key management skills and assist leaders to carefully design a personal development plan.
January 3 - May 4
The goal of Leading Edge Certification (LEC) is to help each participant become a more effective online and blended learning instructor, and to provide a learning context that interests, excites, and challenges students to explore effective teaching practices. This course includes both theoretical and experiential components.
February 14 - April 18
This course is intended to introduce students to the wide-ranging field of forensic psychology and is designed to consider the relationship between psychology and the law by showing how psychological research and theory can inform the legal process. This course will examine the position and responsibilities of forensic psychologists in police work, criminal investigation, investigative behavioral analysis, threat assessment, eyewitness identification, school bullying, mental defenses and competency issues, sexual abuse issues, juvenile forensics and death penalty cases, and jury selection.
April 2 - May 25
This course is intended to introduce students to the wide-ranging field of clinical psychology and is designed to consider the relationship between mental health and law. The purpose of this course is to introduce you to the major psychological disorders as we have defined them, and provide you with an overview of their primary symptoms and psychological theories. We will also discuss diagnostic issues, methods used to study psychopathology, and the major perspectives at work in psychology today.
April 2 - May 25
Human rights are vulnerable. Protecting them globally will be important work for this and future generations, and thus is a central concern for global educators. This course will briefly trace the rise of human rights discourse in the 20th and 21st Centuries. Students will consider various typologies of rights (children’s, positive/negative, first, second and third generation); efforts towards consolidated action to promote human rights (ICCJ/Rome Protocol, UN Conventions, enforcement mechanisms, ECHR); and forces that contravene (authoritarian regimes, as well as US, China, Israel, and other states’ non-participation).
January 8 - March 4
This course is designed as a capstone project to enable students to apply key learning and insights which they have
developed through course and fieldwork experience. In an online space students are matched in an interdisciplinary
cohort of up to five members and are encouraged to pursue interests developed during their Global Competency
Certification studies. Participants design an instructional and assessment framework project which will be critiqued
and collaboratively developed throughout the course by each cohort group. The project will have a direct application
to the participant’s workplace which will complement their ability to teach towards global competency in the
classroom. All projects and resources will be collected in an open source library to grow the collective body of work
dedicated to global competency and internationalization.
January 8 - April 29
Theories, practices, and concepts to provide planning and control information to decision makers; tax considerations that impact managerial planning and decision making. May not be taken for credit by accounting majors.
Prerequisites: Accountancy 202. Approved upper division business major or minor or other approved major. Not open to
Online BSBA - Function of marketing in organizations and society. Strategic marketing planning in domestic and global settings to include marketing concepts, consumer behavior, market research, product planning, pricing, distribution, promotion, and influence of the external environment on marketing decisions.
We offer an online certificate program to help you develop your project management skills or prepare for the Project Management Professional (PMP)® 6th edition exam which becomes available on March 26, 2018. You'll work at your own pace and have one year to complete the 31 web-based modules required to earn the certificate. The course content is aligned with the project management knowledge areas outlined in A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge, (PMBOK® Guide), - Sixth Edition, Project Management Institute, Inc., 2017. This course fulfills PMI®'s educational requirement for all persons applying for PMP certification (application and information can be obtained atwww.pmi.org).
Course Modules include but are not limited to:
Project Management Introduction (PMBOK® Sixth Edition)
Project Fundamentals (PMBOK® Guide Sixth Edition)
The Process Groups (PMBOK® Guide Sixth Edition)
Project Initiation and Planning (PMBOK® Guide Sixth Edition)
Managing Project Work (PMBOK® Guide Sixth Edition)
Project Changes and Closing (PMBOK® Guide Sixth Edition)
Capturing, Analyzing, and Using Project Lessons Learned
Strategically Focused Project Management
Plan and Define Project Scope (PMBOK® Guide Sixth Edition)
January 3 - May 4