MBA, Specialization in Business Intelligence – Capella University
Develop meaningful business insights to support evidence-based decision making from multiple data sources using descriptive and inferential statistical methods, modeling tools, data mining, and reporting techniques.
Manage product development using process design, quality, capacity, and inventory management.
Integrate business disciplines to excel in a cross-functional business environment.
Leadership models and practices that drive innovation and enhance competitive advantage in complex and diverse environments.
Emerging marketing employed by organizations to market goods, services, and ideas.
Economic principles and tools and their application in business.
Financial accounting and its application in business, including creating firm value.
BS, Project Management – George Fox University
Successfully plan, manage, and complete projects in a team-oriented environment.
Built on Project Management Institute standards:
Apply proven project management principles to business situations.
Systematically initiate, plan, execute, control, and close a well-documented project.
Apply leadership skills to projects effectively across cultural and geographical boundaries.
Identify and apply successful team development and management strategies.
Evaluate the implications of project management to organizational effectiveness.
Articulate principles of organizational dynamics relating to systems, culture, and environment.
Demonstrate effective communication skills and an understanding of organizational communication processes.
Develop insight into personal leadership style.
BS, Computer Network Engineering – Coleman University
Network design and data transmission over wired and wireless media.
Fundamental network design components: typologies and access methods, basic administration of network operating systems, and troubleshooting methods for data transmission and recovery, proxy servers, firewalls.
Security basics; malware and threat management; social engineering; risk and business continuity planning; cryptography; security policies and operational security; and security administration.
Analyzing functions of key components in IT infrastructure.
Evaluating WAN technologies.
Planning an effective IT infrastructure based on the needs of an organization.
Installation and administration of network operating systems: administrator tasks, server organization, user management and permissions, security features, and shared printing.
Routing and switching: design, configure, and maintain network routing and switching.
Certificate, Accounting CORE! Financial Literacy for Non-Accountants – Business School of the Rockies
Context and need for accounting.
Accounting components, including the journal, general ledger and trial balance.
Recording business transactions.
Using financial statements, including balance sheets, income statements and cash flow statements.
Interpreting the business story told by a set of accounts.
Business acumen basics.
Financial communication and pitfalls.
Application of learning to case studies, topics of interest and current affairs.
Conflict Resolution – Portland State University
Introduction to collaborative approaches to responding to conflict. A theoretical framework will be established for using negotiation and mediation in a variety of settings. Students will learn how to function as a neutral third party focusing on: conflict analysis, communication skills, maintaining a neutral role, creating a safe environment, and ensuring procedural, substantive and psychological satisfaction. Ethical issues and concerns in the field of mediation will be presented.
Introduction to the psychological research and insights that illuminate conflict resolution theory and practice. A dual focus on both methods and research will be maintained throughout the curriculum.
Conscires Agile Practices
Certified ScrumMaster (CSM) Training.
Active Shooter Defense, Advanced First Aid, Campus Security Authority.