Learn Valuable Emotional Intelligence Skills For Success in Business

The Emotional Intelligence (EQ) For Professionals training course teaches you how to develop your emotional intelligence or your ability to manage your responses based on your objective assessment of different personalities and situations. After completing this one-day course, you will have learned: what is EQ, the four core skills required to practice EQ, self-management, self-awareness, self-regulation, self-motivation, how to use empathy, how to interpret, manage and articulate your emot...
PD Training

Financial Analysis Fundamentals

Learn to perform professional level financial analysis of a company. This course teaching how to analyze the: - income statement - balance sheet - cash flow statement It also teaches important ratios and metrics to evaluate the health of a business. This course is designed for beginner to intermediate accounting and finance professionals. Click on the activity to learn more!
Corporate Finance Institute

Excel Crash Course - Spreadsheet Formulas Tutoria

Course Description Learn all the tips, tricks, shortcuts, functions and formulas you need to be an Excel power user. This course is designed specifically for Excel users who are performing professional financial analysis and financial modeling. We cover all levels - from beginner to advanced users. Build a strong foundation in Excel for careers in: Investment banking Private equity Corporate development Equity research Financial Planning & Analysis (FP&A) Learn industry leading...
Corporate Finance Institute

Physician Leadership Development and Challenges

Physician leaders are essential to improving the safety, efficiency, and accessibility of health care. Where do you find such a leader and what are the keys for success? This session advises on the selection, development, support, challenges, and accountability of successful physician leaders. Now is the time to gain an in-depth understanding of what is required to be a successful practitioner under the ACA. Protect your practice and improve the health of both your patients and community i...
American Board of Quality Assurance and Utilization Review Physicians (ABQAURP)

Dietary Manager 360 | Continuing Education

All CBDM prior approved courses. Designed for Certified Dietary Managers (CDM) and Certified Food Protection Professionals.(CFPP).
Dietary Mana0ger 36

Arts Management: An Entrepreneurial Approach

We examine the tensions between artistic integrity, economic viability, and stakeholder benefit in arts management. Readings and case studies foster student understanding of the economic and social importance of the arts. Students also acquire practical skills--organizational, financial, strategic, and promotional--applicable to day-to-day and long-term management of nonprofit and commercial ventures in the arts. The backgrounds and interests of the students enrolled help the instructor determ...
The New School

Social Entrepreneurship

Social entrepreneurship is a new field that blurs the lines between the nonprofit and for-profit sectors. It has emerged in response to the inability of government and philanthropy to alleviate the world's social ills, focusing on market-based solutions to problems such as hunger, poverty, HIV/AIDS, and global warming. This course examines the three primary models currently being used: nonprofits starting for-profit ventures, for-profit companies with a social purpose, and nonprofits that appr...
The New School

Intro. to Non-Profit Management

Nonprofit organizations have grown in number and importance over the last several years. In New York City, the nonprofit sector employs more people than the garment and financial services industries combined. This course introduces the principal theories of not-for-profit enterprise and the implications of various management practices for nonprofit organizations. Topics include the history and scope of the nonprofit sector, variations within this sector, and management issues as they pertain t...
The New School

How to Convince with Numbers

The Internet, libraries, and government documents can provide you with the data you need to make a convincing presentation, whether you are proposing a new project or method at your job, pitching your startup company to potential investors, selecting the best use of your nonprofits funding, or supporting your research findings. Drawing on elements of statistics and research methods, students learn to 1) identify the situations where numbers can strengthen a case, 2) find the best sources for r...
The New School

Introductory Finance for Management

This course introduces financial statements and concepts and is designed for students with no prior knowledge of the subject. We look at how statements (profit and loss, balance sheet, cash flow, income statement etc.) are used in the operations of for-profit and not-for profit enterprises, how enterprises of various sizes and purposes finance their growth, and how governance practices affect financial health. We will look at return on investment, and the role of stock and bond markets in the ...
The New School

Public Relations: Practice and Critique

Students learn practical skills for conducting public relations campaigns through traditional and online outlets. They also explore theories of human behavior that help PR specialists develop campaigns and understand a campaign's effectiveness. Other readings compare public relations to propaganda campaigns and ethical issues of using information to manipulate behavior.
The New School

All About Advertising

Advertising is changing before our eyes. This course explores mobile media, social networks, viral and experiential campaigns, and user-generated, stealth, and guerilla marketing. We define psychographics, in-your-face appeals, behavioral targeting, and extreme imagery and language, as well as the newer advertising paradigms of Facebook, Twitter, and mobile device applications. This course features discussions with guest professionals in the field. Invited guests include Eric Weisberg, exec cr...
The New School

Introduction to Management

This is a skill-building course for people whose job responsibilities or career interests require knowledge of basic management principles. We study concepts of organization, communication, decision making, planning, motivating, group dynamics, leadership, and change. Examples of common day-to-day management and supervisory problems provide realistic case studies.
The New School

The Basics of Investing

Did you ever wonder what the Dow actually measures? What a Hedge Fund is? When should you prefer stocks to bonds? How to allocate your savings to various financial investments, and what difference will it make when you retire? This course will cover the basics: the difference between financial assets and real assets, between stocks and bonds. It will describe how financial markets work, various types of financial instruments, mutual funds, the rudiments of asset allocation and its importance, ...
The New School

Business Basics: Entrepreneurship

In the current economic climate, as companies downsize, you may want to consider becoming your own boss. Use the key steps and techniques of business thinking to define, test, and present your concept like a pro. Develop an understanding of strategy, competition, market research, and analysis. Lessons, which build on one another, cover the skills needed to prepare a winning business plan. Assignments help you apply these skills to realistic situations, including your own. No previous business ...
The New School

Business Basics: Intellectual Property and Licensing

Protect your ideas, designs, and creative works. Gain an understanding of intellectual property law and learn to identify and protect copyright, trademark, patent, and domain rights. Learn how to use licensing to turn intellectual property into money. Explore key topics using a variety of realistic case studies and your own concepts. Examine the roles of creator, licensor, agent, and licensee. Develop your own multicategory licensing program. Sessions focus on licensing agreements, partner sel...
The New School

Communication and Promotional Design

The most challenging and innovative designs often fall under promotional design. Assignments include self-promotion and client promotional pieces, including flip- books, posters, announcements, brochures, stationery, and packaging. Use of original graphics, folds, structures, and die-cuts is encouraged. Whether rubber-stamped on newspaper or lavishly produced, the concept is always stressed, and the sky’s the limit. Flex your creative muscles and make something great for yourself and others....
The New School

Brand Identity


The New School

Advertising


The New School

Fashion Flats

Flat sketching is an essential part of garment production. It communicates details in the design and construction of a garment, from concept to marketing. This course introduces the professional techniques used to create fashion flats, ranging from traditional hand sketching to the use of Adobe Illustrator to produce sketches digitally in a vector format. Prerequisite: Mac Basics or equivalent; experience with Adobe Illustrator or Photoshop is a plus. Limited to 16. Open to Non-Credit and...
The New School

Professional Practices: Fashion

This course introduces you to working in the fashion industry, whether your focus is fashion design, illustration, textile design, buying, or merchandising. Through lectures, research, visiting professionals, and field trips, you are familiarized with current models of practice and study the various roles involved in shaping a contemporary fashion business. Whether you intend to freelance or intern, establish a small design studio, or work for a fashion company, this course helps you understan...
The New School

Brand Strategy and Accessory Design

Develop, design, and realize a collection of accessories. Then learn how to make your line of products a brand by bringing to life its unique message. Learn how to sketch your ideas to industry standards. Explore who the customer is, determine the sales channels, and define a unique brand identity for your products. Use current technology to makea final PowerPoint “deck” and real-time information that will give you the foundation you need to enter the marketplace. Knowledge of PowerPoint a...
The New School

Fashion Marketing in a Global Environment

This course provides a foundation in fashion marketing strategy within a global context. Students learn marketing terminology and concepts through analysis of target markets, the global marketplace, branding communication, and the development of integrated marketing programs within the fashion industry. Students investigate the theoretical and practical underpinnings of marketing design and learn to build profitable customer relationships. The class examines the process of product planning, pr...
The New School

Online Retailing

This course introduces students to the online retailing environment and examines a variety of retail models, from the multichannel strategies of large retailers to small niche concepts. Students learn the retail terminology of the online fashion marketplace and compare Web and traditional brick-and-mortar or catalog retail formats. Special attention is paid to online consumers’ unique shopping habits, preferences, and responses to incentives. The course also examines methods of retail promot...
The New School

Retail Buying

Learn to work with a retail buyer or become one yourself. This course is essential for managers, retail business owners, and all manufacturer’s account representatives. Topics include open to buys, cumulative markups, shortages, vendor analysis, and stock sales. Students learn to buy or communicate with buyers on their level and complete practical and realistic assignments. Bring a calculator to the first class. Limited to 16. Open to Non-Credit and Certificate Students. Open to Degree st...
The New School

Fashion Merchandising

Study the fundamentals of merchandising: market research, planning and control, product development, promotion, and presentation. Analyze case studies outlining strategies used by manufacturers and retailers. Study the impact of consumer behavior, its relationship to forecasting, and the importance of “global merchandising.” Limited to 16. Open to Non-Credit and Certificate Students. Open to Degree students with permission of program
The New School

Consumer Behavior

Today’s competitive marketing climate has led many companies to explore theories of consumer behavior. This course focuses on the profile of the consumer-psychographics and demographics- and consumer interests, with an emphasis on generational marketing. Segmented and niche markets and their development are also discussed. Limited to 16. Open to Non-Credit and Certificate Students. Open to Degree students with permission of program
The New School

Writing on Business and Society

Through selected reading and writing assignments, students examine ethical and social issues in the context of business decision-making processes. Focuses on critical thinking, analytical writing, and oral presentation. Taught as a writing workshop, the course emphasizes effective communication with professional and non-technical audiences. May be repeated up to 6 total credit hours. Designed for students with 57-180 credits (Junior or Senior) Business, ECON, IAFS, or SPAN majors. Approved for...
University of Colorado Boulder

Principles and Practices of Argumentation

Focuses on principles of argument, the process of critical decision making, and uses and limitations of logic and evidence. Contemporary issues (personal, social, political, or philosophical) are analyzed and debated. Designed for students with 57-180 credits (Juniors or Seniors). Prereq., COMM 1210 and COMM 1600.
University of Colorado Boulder

Interpersonal Communication

Focuses on basic processes in face-to-face interaction, including verbal and nonverbal messages, coordination in conversation, messages about self and others, and communication in personal relationships. Emphasizes theory and concepts rather than skills. Designed for students with 27-180 credits (Sophomores, Juniors, or Seniors). Recommended prereqs., COMM 1210 and COMM 1600.
University of Colorado Boulder

Special Topics in Technology, Arts, and Media: Universal Design for Digital Media

Examines the standards and methods for designing digital material which is not only accessible for persons with disabilities but also effective and usable for all users and all platforms. We will review standards for usability and accessibility, focusing on the concepts of universal design, web standards, and accessibility best practices. Topics to be covered include (x)html standards, structured coding procedures, semantic web design, user-centered design, validation tools, among others. May ...
University of Colorado Boulder

Introduction to Statistics

Elementary statistical measures. Introduces statistical distributions, statistical inference, and hypothesis testing. Prereq., two years of high school algebra. Credit not granted for this course and MATH 4520/5520 or MATH 3510.
University of Colorado Boulder

Precalculus Mathematics

Develops techniques and concepts prerequisite to calculus through the study of trigonometric, exponential, logarithmic, polynomial, and other functions. Prereq., one and a half years of high school algebra. Students having credit for college algebra and trigonometry may not receive additional credit for MATH 1150. Students with credit for college algebra receive only 2 additional hours of credit for MATH 1150. Similar to MATH 1000, 1010, 1020, 1011, 1021, 1030, and 1040. Approved for GT-MA1. M...
University of Colorado Boulder

Calculus for Social Science and Business

Covers differential and integral calculus of algebraic, logarithmic, and exponential functions. Prereq., MATH 1011, 1071, 1010, or 1070 or placement exam score for MATH 1020 or two years high school algebra. Credit not granted for this course and MATH 1080, 1090, 1100, 1300, 1310, APPM 1350, and ECON 1088. Approved for arts and sciences core curriculum: quantitative reasoning and mathematical skills.
University of Colorado Boulder

Finite Mathematics for Social Science and Business

Discusses systems of linear equations and introduces matrices, linear programming, and probability. Prereq., MATH 1011 or 1 1/2 years of high school algebra. Credit not granted for this course and MATH 1050, 1060 and 1070. Approved for arts and sciences core curriculum: quantitative reasoning and mathematical skills.
University of Colorado Boulder

Wills, Estate Administration, and Trusts

Learning Objectives After completing this course, you will be able to: Answer technical questions on wills Answer technical questions on intestate succession Answer technical questions on estate administration Answer technical questions on trusts Allocate receipts and disbursements of a trust or estate between principal and income Course Topics Wills Intestate Succession Estate Administration Trusts Allocation between Principal and Income This self-study course consists of an A...
Gleim Accounting

Mortgages

Learning Objectives After completing this course, you will be able to Answer technical questions on the types of mortgages Answer technical questions on the purpose and effect of recording a mortgage Answer technical questions on default and foreclosure procedures Answer technical questions on the transfer of mortgaged real property Course Topics The Mortgage Device Forms and Elements of a Mortgage Types of Mortgages Recording a Mortgage Default and Foreclosure Transfer of Mortg...
Gleim Accounting

Leases

Learning Objectives After completing this course, you will be able to Explain the basic concepts of the landlord and tenant relationship Identify the landlord’s and the tenant’s rights and duties Explain assignments and subleases Course Topics Landlord and Tenant: Basic Concepts Landlord’s Rights and Duties Tenant’s Rights and Duties Assignments and Subleases This self-study course consists of an Audiovisual presentation, a 10-question True/False Introductory quiz, a Knowl...
Gleim Accounting

Contracts: Elements

Learning Objectives After completing this course, you will be able to Identify the requirements of an offer Identify the requirements of acceptance Recognize the basic elements of, and substitutes for, consideration Identify the capacity to contract Recognize the legality element of a contract Answer technical questions on contract interpretation and the parol evidence rule Course Topics Nature and Classification of Contracts Mutual Assent (Offer and Acceptance) Consideration Ca...
Gleim Accounting

Bankruptcy

Learning Objectives After completing this course, you will be able to Answer questions about bankruptcy and its key provisions Identify the key features of Chapter 7 liquidations Identify the key features of Chapter 11 reorganizations Course Topics Overview Administration Creditors, Debtors, and the Estate Liquidations Reorganizations Adjustment of an Individual’s Debts Alternatives to Bankruptcy This self-study course consists of an Audiovisual presentation, a 20-question Tr...
Gleim Accounting

Accountants’ Legal Responsibilities and Quality Control

Learning Objectives After completing this course, you will be able to Identify a CPA’s responsibilities under state law Recognize a CPA’s responsibilities under federal law Apply Statements on Quality Control Standards Explain a tax preparer’s responsibilities Apply Statements on Standards for Tax Services Course Topics Responsibilities under State Law Responsibilities under Federal Law Quality Control Tax Preparer’s Responsibilities Standards for Tax Services This self...
Gleim Accounting

Human Capital Management

This course prepares students to address the concepts of personnel development as managers. Students learn criteria for developing effective job analysis, appraisal systems, and appropriate career development plans for employees. Other topics include personnel selection, employee compensation, benefits, training, workplace diversity, discipline, employee rights, unions, and management behaviors. This graduate-level course is 6 weeks. This course is available to take individually or as part of...
University of Phoenix

Essentials Of Human Resource Management

Becoming an Human Resource (HR) professional requires a working knowledge of the six key management practices of HR. Learners will explore the SHRM Essentials of HR Management through case study, research and evaluation, leaving the classroom with the ability to apply the critical knowledge and skills required to handle challenging HR issues and minimize organization risk. Compensation and Benefits & Employee Development Explain the components of a total reward system. Explain the proce...
University of Phoenix

Benefit Plan Fundamentals

Offering employee benefits is critical in today's economy and workforce as they often create a competitive edge for the employer. Human resource professionals must understand the importance of employee benefits and how they impact the organization. In this course, students will understand growth of employee benefits, identify legislation surrounding benefits and differentiate what is mandatory and voluntary on behalf of the employer and the employee. This course provides .5 continuing educatio...
University of Phoenix

Keys To Developing A Wellness Program

Organizations experience illness related costs in the billions each year. Workplace wellness programs are an essential part of any organization's strategy for maintaining a healthy and productive workplace environment. One responsibility of human resources is to execute and promote health and wellness to employees. Students will explore the importance of workplace wellness programs, identify policies and programs that promote workplace productivity and understand critical elements required for...
University of Phoenix

Evaluating And Developing Compensation Plans

Compensation is a key component of an organization's total rewards strategy. Human resource professionals must possess the skills to evaluate and develop compensation plans. In this course, students will identify important components of compensation and benefits, analyze federal laws and regulations related to compensation, differentiate between mandatory and voluntary compensation and benefits, and assess how needs assessment and strategies relate to compensation plans. This course provides 0...
University of Phoenix

Differentiating Fmla And Ada

Leaves of absence for employees are determined by an organizations compliance with the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). As a human resource professional, understanding an employer's obligations under these laws is important to decreasing exposure to liability. In this course, students will identify the differences and similarities between FMLA and ADA and examine employer obligations. This course provides .5 continuing education units, in one -...
University of Phoenix

Labor Relations And Unions

As a human resource professional it is imperative to understand: collective bargaining agreements, unionization processes, and the rights and responsibilities of employees, management and unions regarding federal labor relation laws and processes. In this course, students will examine the unionization process, identify unfair labor practices and identify collective bargaining processes in order to create equitable workplace environments. This course provides .5 continuing education units, over...
University of Phoenix

Supporting Diversity

Possessing multicultural competence and advocation is necessary in today's diverse workforce and multicultural environments. Human resource professionals are accountable to the development and success of diversity within an organization. In this course, students will identify how to accommodate diverse employee populations in accordance with legislation, extend personal styles to include a variety of perspectives and represent multicultural awareness on behalf of the organization and it's empl...
University of Phoenix

Hr Business Partners Within An Organization

The role of the Human Resource (HR) professional has shifted from being transactional to transformational. HR professionals partner with the business to develop, improve, and carry out the strategic goals of the organization. Learners will review the HR Business Partner (HRBP) role as it relates to an organization's goals and initiatives and identify business environment and trends to propose and support strategic initiatives. This course provides .5 continuing education units, over one 5-hour...
University of Phoenix

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