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Learn about the role of a biomedical products regulatory affairs specialist and the dynamic nature of the field. Explore the regulatory jurisdiction of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
Learn the strategies to effectively develop, negotiate and manage contracts and contracting relationships, and explore how contracts are designed and modified.
Gain the skills and knowledge to become an effective guardian of developmentally disabled adults, elderly individuals with disabilities or diminished capacity, and other adults declared incapacitated by the courts.
Discover how to use the latest technologies and strategies to mitigate risks from internal and external threats that can compromise vital company information.
Gain an understanding of the U.S. legal system, and explore the essential skills and knowledge needed in the paralegal field, including legal theory and reasoning.
Develop your ability to do investigative work as you learn about the legal system and study techniques for carrying out criminal and civil investigations.
Take your career to the next level with this experience-rich program that develops transformational leaders prepared to initiate positive change in an increasingly complex health care environment.
Gain the skills and knowledge needed to excel as a leader dedicated to serving the public good with this advanced degree program.
Learn traditional and emerging fundraising and relationship-building techniques that produce results. Examine the latest research, best practices and ethical standards in the development profession.
Expand your human resources skill set and go from process-focused practitioner to business-enhancing partner. Learn how to effectively identify and manage workplace challenges and sensitive issues.
Hone your marketing skills and tactics as you dig into specific channels and tools for developing integrated marketing campaigns and measuring their performance.
Develop the global perspective and problem-solving skills you need to examine issues confronting the world today.
Cultivate the tools and knowledge needed to contribute to the work of museums, zoos and other informal learning environments and cultural institutions.
Learn the fundamentals of public policy analysis and management while also focusing on a specific area of study.
Study the history, philosophy and key objectives of different cultural institutions, including science centers, museums and zoos. Learn about museum administration, collections and exhibits.
Hone your nonprofit leadership skills in critical areas such as program development, finance, fundraising, staffing and public relations. Gain insight into the nonprofit’s relationship with the external community.
Explore the skills, tools and techniques essential to successful project management. Learn how to define project scope, choose an approach and translate a statement of work into an effective project plan.