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    Sociology
    $2,295.00

    Throughout this program, students will take a look at culture, values, socialization, cooperation, conflict, inequality, deviance, violence, social conflict and control alongside the different social stratifications that make up our existence, our relationships and our everyday lives. The program focuses on globalization, cultural diversity, critical thinking, new technology, and the growing influence of mass media. Students who complete this program will gain a comprehensive understanding of Sociology, its origins, theories, applications and implications. This course explores sociological processes that underlie everyday life.

    Psychology
    $2,295.00

    The Psychology Program course takes students through the basic concepts, theories, research methods, and contributions to the understanding of human behavior taking students through the various complexities of human development, the motivations for our thoughts, feelings and behavior as well as the role of sexuality, gender, heredity and genetics as applied to human behavior overall. Students will have the opportunity to analyze various psychological disorders, “normal” behaviors and the basis of the psychology behind learning, memory and experience.

    Leadership Skills for Women is a cutting edge course based on years of experience and research. The course materials include interviews with women executives in various industries, roles, and job functions. This course is an eye-opening and ultimately empowering narrative, filled with stories of remarkable women who navigated the leadership maze and triumphed. While the leadership landscape may be shifting in women's favor, women are nowhere near an equal presence in leadership roles when compared to men. This course encourages women to be their own advocates when it comes to professional growth and advancement, and it provides tangible how-tos on negotiating the workplace as a woman.

    This course thoroughly covers, step-by-step, the newest version of Microsoft Office. Whether you're upgrading from an earlier version or encountering the Office applications for the first time, you'll appreciate this simplified approach. This course covers ways to create, edit, and print documents in Word. You'll learn to create and manage worksheets in Excel. You will master developing presentations in PowerPoint and creating databases in Access. You'll also learn tips and tricks for creating professional publications with Publisher, and managing email and calendars in Outlook. Microsoft Office holds over 90 percent of the market for Windows-based productivity suites. This MS Office 2019 course makes the Office applications easy to understand and use.

    The Customer Service for Healthcare course provides students looking to work in the Healthcare industry with the basics of customer service, primarily focused on accountable care and patient satisfaction. In the past few years, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid services have implemented a customer service survey called HCAHPS. This broad initiative measures patients’ satisfaction and perspectives on hospital care, and it also provides patients with a transparent viewpoint of their local hospitals. Armed with this information, patients are better equipped choose the healthcare provider they feel will provide the best return on their investment.

    This course is made up of 13 individual modules that cover the major content areas of the Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide). In this course, you will consider some of the organizational issues surrounding project management. You will review how different organizations handle the responsibilities of project management and focus on the entity known as a project management office, or PMO. You will also learn how organizational structure can play a key role in the success or failure of project management. You will be introduced to the five project management process groups and 10 project management knowledge areas into which PMI® sorts all project activities.

    The GED® Prep Comprehensive course is an interactive learning experience designed to help students achieve success on the GED® test. Preparing for the GED® test may seem like a daunting task. The Workforce Readiness: GED® Prep Comprehensive course offers students a useful and easy-to-follow guide through all five of the content areas covered on the GED® test: language arts; writing and reading; social studies; science; and mathematics.

    Lean Basics
    $898.00

    Lean Basics describes the core concepts and central principles practitioners will need to successfully understand and apply Lean strategies to organizational operations. This self-paced course provides instructional material that explains the underlying philosophy and theory of effective Lean implementation.

    Supply Chain Management Basics introduces the core concepts and components of supply chain management, including supplier evaluation, logistics, inventory management, and other supply chain practices. As the supply chain grows in complexity, and companies increasingly source products and services from a more diverse and global set of suppliers, the job of managing the processes that ensure the steady and reliable flow of components and inputs has never been more difficult.

    This completely online and self-paced project management program builds successful project managers at all levels of the organization. It provides a comprehensive preparation for the PMP® certification exam including exam-taking tips, 12 comprehensive module quizzes, five process group tests, and two full-length, 200-question practice exams covering the PMBOK® Guide areas of knowledge, which will provide a report to help you determine your areas of weakness.

    The First Line Supervision and Leadership course provides students with an overview of general supervision concepts and methodologies. It helps the students understand requirements for making the transition to first-line leadership, and introduces the paradoxes of first-line supervision. Students will examine the role of a supervisor and the qualities of an effective leader and then develop strategies for effective communication, management, and training. Targeted toward individuals new to the management field who do not have a business education background, the course also explores team development and technological factors that affect leadership.

    Advances in technology are revolutionizing today’s legal landscape at a faster pace than ever before. Along with it, the role of the legal professional continues to evolve and keep up. The automation of various legal processes has forced lawyers, paralegals, legal secretaries and other legal professionals to become proficient with constantly growing array of word processing, database, telecommunications, spreadsheet, presentation and legal research software. For better or worse, new technology impacts every aspect of the legal field, making the law office more efficient, but also more complex from traditional law firms and corporate practices to courtroom operations and document management.