Looking Forward to Fall
The calendar may say spring, but we’ve already got back-to-school on the brain. Many of our fall certificate programs are now open for applications, so check out this list and start making your plans to keep learning.
Learn the technical principles and creative skills of audio engineering, and get practical, hands-on experience by completing an audio production project in a professional sound studio.
Study the principles, elements and methods of modern game design. Analyze different types of games and ways to keep players engaged.
Gain a solid understanding of localization processes and principles, and explore topics such as machine translation, terminology management and global content management systems.
Gain essential expertise in museum administration, programs, collections, exhibits and community engagement. Learn how to develop programming for a range of venues and institutions.
Discover storytelling principles that will help you engage your target audience, and learn how to develop a powerful cross-channel content strategy with measurable goals.
Gain a thorough understanding of financial accounting principles and practices and apply these concepts to business scenarios. Earn upper-level credits required to sit for the CPA exam.
Discover how to analyze an organizational problem and develop business requirements and targeted solutions to address the challenge.
Get insight into best practices and industry trends in the interdisciplinary field of commercial real estate development, and learn how to manage, finance and market commercial properties.
Study the strategies to effectively develop, negotiate and manage contracts and contracting relationships, and explore how contracts are designed and modified.
Discover the essentials of e-learning design and explore the tools and techniques for developing and managing courses and programs.
Study traditional and emerging fundraising and relationship-building techniques that produce results. Examine the latest research, best practices and ethical standards in the field.
Investigate data collection processes and find out how to extract, parse and interpret the information, and learn best practices for communicating the results to decision makers.
Hone your nonprofit leadership skills in critical areas, including fundraising, program development, strategic planning, branding and marketing, and human resources.
Learn the tools needed to guide sophisticated projects involving cross-functional teams. Study a curriculum that aligns with the Project Management Professional (PMP)® certification exam.
Study the full life cycle of digital product development. Learn how to manage the process, guide a team and bring a product to market successfully.
Acquire the skills to perform sophisticated data analysis and modeling, data mining and big data management using powerful statistical tools and R programming.
Hone your marketing skills and tactics as you learn to determine customer needs and use this information to direct your product decisions, distribution, branding and marketing channel approach.
Use the AWS platform to explore key aspects of cloud application architecture and development, and learn to build a scalable cloud service and design always-available applications.
Receive a thorough technical review of information security issues. Investigate different types of attacks and learn how to apply protective measures to all aspects of a company’s IT operations.
Learn how to apply cutting-edge tools and techniques to extract meaning from data sets ranging in size from gigabytes to petabytes.
Learn how to effectively capture, store, retrieve and analyze data. Gain experience working in distributed, mainframe, client-server and desktop environments.
Gain the skills needed to develop embedded and real-time software for microcontrollers and microprocessors. Design, develop, test, debug and document software for embedded devices.
Explore the foundations of ethical hacking, including reconnaissance, exploitation and the rules of engagement. Learn how to protect your organization's valuable information.
Examine geographic information systems and their diverse workplace applications. Learn how these systems are used to support research and decision making in a wide variety of fields.
Develop the high-level expertise needed to fulfill requirements for data reporting, performance improvement and related health care measurements and analytics.
Gain the skills to manage and administer networked control systems. Learn the tools and technologies needed to build innovative solutions for the connected-device revolution.
Build a solid understanding of Java fundamentals, basic syntax and object-oriented programming concepts, and become skilled at writing Java code and developing applications.
Explore the power and potential of natural language processing in a variety of fields, and learn to bridge the gap between people and machines using a variety of NLP applications.
Learn best practices for programming in the versatile Python language and acquire the skills to develop web applications and do back-end development.
Explore the fundamentals of database planning, design, deployment and management, and learn how to write advanced SQL queries for reporting and data mining.
Build an in-depth understanding of the critical issues and major factors surrounding the planning and development of sustainable transportation systems.
Study the physical, chemical and biological characteristics of wetlands and their many functions. Explore the complex land-use laws that apply to wetlands and affect their management and protection.
Cultivate the essential skills needed for culturally appropriate teaching and learning in Native communities. Develop meaningful relationships with tribal communities as community-based educators.
Investigate the foundational science behind drug development, and learn about the latest development and manufacturing techniques used in the pharmaceutical industry.
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.
Develop a thorough understanding of the fundamental concepts and principles that guide the design and implementation of different types of clinical trials.
Examine aging from multiple perspectives: the individual, family and society. Develop knowledge that will help you better serve older adults in a variety of contexts.
Learn how to be an effective guardian for developmentally disabled adults, elderly individuals with disabilities or diminished capacity, and other adults declared incapacitated by the courts.
Learn how to apply the principles of health economics to improve decision making in a complex health care environment involving technologies, systems and infrastructure.
Develop your ability to do investigative work as you learn about the legal system and study techniques for carrying out criminal and civil investigations.