• Learn the basics of bookkeeping, accounting and auditing.

  • Identify administrative roles, services, and opportunities, as you learn how to support management within different organizational environments.

  • Prepare for the professional world through general education and business fundamentals.

  • Gain the interpersonal and group communication skills required for success in all professions.

  • Combines solid foundational coursework with hands-on learning, and it complements certifications, such as Security+ and A+.

  • Acquire the basics of national or international security by studying terrorists’ weapons, motivations and vulnerabilities.

  • Learn the fundamentals of criminal justice theory, terrorism and law enforcement objectives and administration.

  • Supplement your culinary experience and training with knowledge and skill in foodservice management and operations.

  • Become proficient in functional coding and methods, analytics and analytical methods, and machine learning.

  • Explore healthy child development practices that are utilized in a variety of childcare and educational settings.

  • Explore the background and science behind explosives and the basics of emergency response to terrorist incidents.

  • Learn the science behind fires, the background and theory behind fire prevention bureaus and their use of fire codes.

  • Develop a solid foundation for academic achievement via required core classes and elective courses of your choice.

  • Gain a core of knowledge useful in a variety of medical-service related fields.

  • Gain a historical education by exploring the pivotal events and people that have influenced modern civilization.

  • Study the fundamentals of restaurant operations, including purchasing and storage, food service sanitation, marketing and sales and more.

  • Get a foundation in legal doctrine with the analytical, technical, ethical, and interpersonal skills used in a variety of legal settings.

  • Explore the theoretical concepts and practical applications required to manage a global workforce.

  • Learn the origins of armed conflict via an examination of global military powers, war doctrines, pivotal battles, political leaders and foreign policies.

  • Acquire the dynamic, political, and controversial aspects of the public health field.

  • Examine the basic process, licensing requirements, and personal attributes required to succeed in the real estate field.

  • Gain the basic skills required to effectively manage a variety of retail organizations.

  • Designed by a former NASA astronaut, you’ll analyze current and historical concepts in astronomy, planetary science, space policy, and space flight, with hands-on labs in many of your core courses.

  • You’ll learn the complex concepts, functions, and language around the supply chain industry related to moving materials, information, and finances from supplier to customer.

  • Compliment prior work or educational experience with an analytical, managerial approach to technical occupations.

  • Acquire a fundamental understanding of extremist groups, terrorism theory, terrorist weapons and national security.

  • Gain the theoretical knowledge, practical skills and research expertise required to address complex accounting issues.

  • Create your own personal path toward a degree which offers a generous 60 credits of electives, while exploring a variety of business disciplines.

  • Acquire a core curriculum of management, marketing, law, finance, accounting, economics, and business strategy.

  • Learn data analytics and mining techniques to help you meet your organization’s business objectives.

  • Gain the knowledge and skills you need to be part of an evolving and dynamic communication industry, with concentrations in Strategic Communication and Digital Communication and Media Design.

  • Learn computer-based systems, web development fundamentals, and programming essentials through 3 different concentration options.

  • Learn the foundations of criminology via courses in juvenile issues, corrections and incarceration, investigative procedures and techniques, forensics and more.

  • Examine criminal behavior and crime scene investigation theories while studying scientific analysis’ role in the criminal justice system.

  • Learn to strategically assess, design, and implement superior cybersecurity defense systems in the public and private sectors.

  • Get a solid foundation in data science with project-based coursework as you learn to tell the story in the data with data visualization.

  • Learn about the essentials of electrical engineering, including analog circuit design and analysis, energy conversion, radar and RF signaling and more through online coursework and hands-on lab experience.

  • Study emergency management and safety strategies practiced by Homeland Security and other global protection agencies.

  • Explore pivotal theories and works in English, American, and world literature.

  • Develop the knowledge base — marketing, management, operations, finance, accounting and more — necessary to be a successful entrepreneur.

  • Study environmental policy and management issues, including stewardship of natural resources, pollution management, fish and wildlife management and hazardous materials.

  • Acquire an in-depth knowledge base on fire science and management, tactical fire operations, fire safety, firefighting leadership and community fire issues.

  • Attain critical thinking and communication skills via more than 100 courses spanning several academic disciplines.

  • Acquire an understanding of government contracting within federal agencies or military and civilian defense establishments.

  • Helps you become knowledgeable in key areas such as accounting, legal and ethical principles, compliance, quality and safety, and informatics and analysis in a hospital, healthcare system, or medical practice.

  • Learn the skills required to be a health information administrator in a variety of settings, from hospitals to insurance companies.

  • Advance previous military or civilian training with a thorough examination of the medical and health sciences.

  • Study history’s most fascinating events, people, and cultures — covering everything from the antiquities to modern Middle East history.

  • Develop a comprehensive understanding of terrorism, counterterrorism, hazard management, intelligence, law enforcement and U.S. security policies.

  • Learn the basics of the hospitality field, including restaurant management, event planning, lodging and travel destination and tourism.

  • Study human development within the context of family, community and national and international culture.

  • Explore strategies to motivate, compensate, recruit, evaluate, and develop an organization’s talent base.

  • Learn how to build and deploy networks, databases, web properties, and other IT-related assets.

  • Develop the problem-solving techniques required for facilitating computer-based solutions.

  • Learn to research, analyze, and convert data via courses covering national and international intelligence operations.

  • Explore theories of civic engagement and social responsibility, modern global relationships, diplomacy, foreign policy, international organizations and global development.

  • Gain insight into the U.S. court system, legal writing and research, legal practice, civil and criminal processes and the philosophy of justice.

  • Gain the management theories, concepts and practices necessary to organize, motivate and lead personnel in private, public and military environments.

  • Acquire the core skills of marketing, including advertising, public relations, promotions and events, market research, sales and ecommerce.

  • Explore advanced mathematical theory and analytical methods while sharpening critical-thinking skills used to solve science and technology problems.

  • Study Middle Eastern cultures, languages, religions, history, literature, politics, and more.

  • Gain a comprehensive understanding of military historiography with a focus on global armed conflict.

  • Acquire a solid foundation in biology, chemistry, physics and earth science via an exclusively online program.

  • Develop the professional skills of a Registered Nurse via courses designed for those who previously earned an associate degree.

  • Explore myths, rituals, ethics, and morality through the teachings of global contemporary philosophers.

  • Examine theories of government, economy, and civil society’s relation to contemporary political systems.

  • Study the human mind and behavior through the prism of developmental, organizational, and abnormal psychology.

  • Examine public health issues in America and abroad, including the science, psychology and sociology associated with public health issues.

  • Acquire a core understanding of the cultural, political and spiritual aspects of religion.

  • Learn the theories and practical skills required to effectively manage a variety of retail operations.

  • Study reverse logistics as a key component in logistics management, retail management, engineering management and more.

  • Gain the principles and theories associated with various types of security, from international security to information security focused on protection of assets.

  • Study all forms of human behavior and interaction — from individuals and small groups to institutions and globalization.

  • Study space science, management, operations, economy and national security.

  • Learn human movement and behavior and how it relates to exercise, fitness, nutrition and health and wellness.

  • Analyze, evaluate and synthesize core issues central to sports finance, marketing, sociology and ethics.

  • Focuses on leveraging your problem solving and critical thinking skills to begin to master the complex world of supply chain management – getting products from suppliers to consumers.

  • Explore management theories and practices that are necessary to organize, motivate, and lead personnel in various capacities.

  • Explore how public policy, economics and transportation factor into logistics management.

  • Gain the theoretical knowledge and research skills required to address complex accounting issues found in private corporations, governmental entities and more.

  • Acquire the business skills necessary to excel as a problem solver and strategic thinker in a variety of industries.

  • Combine your commitment to optimize the training and development of athletes with your mission to own or manage a sports training facility or private coaching business.

  • Gain a graduate level understanding of the research and analytical capabilities required for corporate leadership or the entrepreneurial business world.

  • Develop the professional skills necessary to assume leadership roles within the criminal justice field via coursework focusing on national and local security issues.

  • Study a multi-disciplinary approach to preventing, detecting and responding to large-scale cyber threats and cyber attacks.

  • Develop teaching experience with specializations in K-12 administrator and supervisory roles in public schools.

  • Examine the theory, response, relief and recovery associated with public emergencies, disasters, and catastrophes.

  • Gain competency in emergency and disaster management, homeland security, hazard analysis and mitigation and crisis action planning.

  • Explore practical applications of business theory in marketing, management and finance with a focus on the online experience of running a business.

  • Explore the management tools and strategies used to resolve complex environmental problems and controversies.

  • Helps you sharpen your strategic decision-making skills with an eye toward ethical leadership practices, leading a diverse workforce, and quality patient-centered care in a hospital, healthcare system, or medical practice.

  • Enhance leadership, critical thinking and problem solving skills with a focus on health data management and clinical decision-making.

  • Develop the college leadership skills needed to create effective learning environments leading to student success.

  • Obtain a solid knowledge base of the key historical events, people and cultures that fundamentally shaped the world today.

  • Develop an advanced-level comprehension of homeland defense, intelligence methods, terrorism, emergency management, public health and information security.

  • Evaluate humankind’s fundamental topics through courses in humanities, social science, and natural sciences.

  • Study the development and implementation of information systems via coursework on database systems, object-oriented analysis and more.

  • Gain an expert understanding of strategic intelligence analysis, collection, operations and the best practices associated with each.

  • Study the complex world of international relations and conflict resolution via a comparative study of complex international systems.

  • Expand existing knowledge of law, legal doctrines, legal concepts and a variety of workplace legal issues.

  • Explore leadership and organizational management theories and the concepts and practices required to develop strategic business initiatives.

  • Learn the historiography of the military and the warfare that shaped future civilizations via courses on strategy and leadership tactics.

  • Study strategic military operations, warfare and noteworthy military leaders in both a historical and modern context.

  • Acquire an extensive comprehension of national and international security policy with a focus on security and intelligence analysis.

  • Study the nursing theories and practices that are essential to the provision of safe, patient-centered healthcare.

  • Prepares you with the skills and competencies to be a nurse educator or nurse leader, while earning both a BSN and an MSN in this single program.

  • Learn how to manage a K-12 online/virtual classroom or school while sharpening your ability to help students achieve success through digital learning.

  • Explore American government theory and process, comparative politics, contemporary political institutions and political philosophies.

  • Combine scientific theory and principles with academic research via coursework on social and cultural diversity, assessment, personality and psychopathology.

  • Acquire an advanced-level understanding of public policy, administrative theory and the goals and challenges of public administration.

  • Gain an in-depth knowledge base on biostatistics, environmental health sciences, epidemiology, health policy and management and social and behavioral sciences.

  • Establish expert comprehension of the leadership skills required for research and data analysis, communication and creative thinking.

  • Gain advanced level knowledge of reverse logistics management, including retail and engineering management in military or civilian business environments.

  • Acquire an expert understanding of asset protection, loss prevention management, security program evaluation and security management ethics and administration.

  • Allows you to demonstrate an advanced knowledge of social science research methods and statistical analysis to examine big data in interdisciplinary contexts and career fields.

  • Examine the various challenges of the space industry, including vital historical events, the impact of politics, economic struggles and more.

  • Learn how to design effective movement programs for people to reach their goals in athletics, fitness and general wellness.

  • Gain the fundamentals and social context of sport in historical and modern society, with a focus on sports law, marketing, promotion, public relations, finance and economics.

  • Prepare for educational leadership and student affairs roles in higher education with this master’s program, offering unique practicum opportunities.

  • Focuses on the major areas of the supply chain management industry from a global perspective as you consider supply chain information, logistics network design, process/product flows, and process improvements for supply chain efficiencies.

  • Enhance previous effective teaching knowledge with coursework focused on instruction, curriculum and professional development.

  • Learn the principles, policies, trends and current issues within the air, maritime and ground transportation fields.

  • Develop an expert understanding of global security, with a focus on how it impacts domestic security and foreign policy.

  • Study the activities and relationships between actors in the global community, along with domestic intelligence topics and issues of strategic concern to the U.S.

  • Enhance existing accounting knowledge via courses breaking down advanced accounting topics.

  • Explore the origins and judicial interpretations of the U.S. constitution as well as the history of our popular culture from the Revolutionary War to the modern era.

  • Learn the political, economic and military factors that prompted the Revolutionary War from both the British and American perspective.

  • Gain a thorough understanding of ancient Greece and Roman history from their beginnings to the Age of Constantine.

  • Acquire the leadership, planning, marketing, budgeting and fundraising skills used when managing athletic programs in an administrator role.

  • Develop a business background with a focus on security executives who manage personnel, budgets, and operations.

  • Learn a range of therapeutic activities designed to assist children and families facing stressful events.

  • Explore the operational command structure and the evolution of tactical command and control during the antebellum period, Civil War years, and the Reconstruction era.

  • Learn the science behind climate change and global warming and its impact on the environment and society.

  • Study cloud computing via coursework covering virtualization and network installation, data security, governance and compliance.

  • Acquire a core understanding of intelligence processes and procedures in the commercial community, national security policy, corporate finance and criminal intelligence.

  • Acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to configure, install, manage and administer basic network infrastructures.

  • Examine how the U.S. uses counterintelligence and covert action to protect national security and global interests from adversaries.

  • Expand a fundamental understanding of counterintelligence by studying the ongoing national security challenges faced by the U.S. and its allies.

  • Fulfills the education requirements for business students to sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) exam.

  • Study digital forensics tools and the techniques used to detect and verify cyber terrorism, cyber warfare, cyberstalking and cyberbullying.

  • Study digital forensics tools and techniques used to detect and verify cybercrime, cyberterrorism, cyberwarfare, cyberstalking and cyberbullying.

  • Examine the tools, techniques and methods used by cybersecurity experts to keep computer systems and sensitive information secure.

  • Study the various forensics models used to identify, collect, analyze and present cybercrime evidence.

  • Examine the methods for collecting and analyzing digital devices and data associated with cybercrime investigations.

  • Advance knowledge of ecommerce architecture, tools and technologies, analytics, videography and search engine optimization (SEO).

  • Gain insight into emergency operation centers along with hazard analysis, mitigation, planning and recovery.

  • Gain the core knowledge required to manage disaster planning and emergency operations, including risk assessment, crisis communication and disaster mitigation and recovery.

  • Develop leadership skills in relation to crisis planning and management, risk assessment and disaster response and recovery.

  • Enhance leadership skills and the ability to create positive employee relations with a solid foundation in labor relations and dispute resolution.

  • Learn how to apply and use object-oriented programming (OOP), HTML, JavaScript, and Java (J2SE & J2EE).

  • Study the principles and leading practices necessary to design, develop, test and implement web applications using the .NET framework.

  • Learn the core theories and practices associated with emergency and disaster management and environmental science and restoration.

  • Develop strategies for implementing sustainable design practices at the landscape scale.

  • Investigate the use of management tools and strategies to resolve complex environmental problems and controversies.

  • Focuses on the impact of energy and environmental policies, economics, global resource allocation on the implementation of sustainability practices and design.

  • Acquire a foundational understanding of hazardous materials and waste management, environmental law and enforcement and the management of pollution.

  • Explore early European history, from the rich antiquities of the medieval church, to the rise of the Papacy and the Renaissance.

  • Get the tools you need to help individuals hone their leadership with this certificate, aligned to Board Certified Coach and International Coach Federation Certified Professional Coach competencies.

  • Study vital aspects of law enforcement executives, including police administration, grant writing and organizational management and development.

  • Learn the science, history, construction, handling and disposal techniques associated with explosive substances.

  • Prepare for working with children, youth and family services with a focus on the military family structure and issues.

  • Gain a foundation in fire sciences, including the essentials of fire behavior and combustion, fire prevention and protection systems, emergency services and more.

  • Examine the policies, regulations and technical approaches to managing fish and wildlife population control and conservation.

  • Gain a complex understanding of ecological functions, environmental laws and the management of fish and wildlife populations.

  • Learn the basics of forensics, including criminal behavior, profiling, evidence collection and processing and criminal law.

  • Gain a broad knowledge base of homeland security threats, homeland security, emergency and disaster management and intelligence analysis.

  • Develop strategies to address challenging global issues, with a focus on environmental policy and management theory.

  • Be better prepared to head a government agency by gaining the knowledge and skill needed to manage budgeting, communication, human resources, and policymaking as a government agency administrator.

  • Explore major national security threats, from weapons of mass destruction to security vulnerabilities and homeland defense.

  • Acquire the ability to expertly evaluate defense tactics by studying weapons of mass destruction, terrorism, intelligence and consequence management.

  • Examine the processes, strategies and practices used by companies and managers to effectively leverage various levels of human capital.

  • Develop a basic understanding of employment relations and development and other aspects vital to the human resources field.

  • Study the implementation of infant and toddler programs in group care settings via coursework covering developmental milestones, abnormal development and disease and more.

  • Learn the skills needed to detect threats and secure vital information assets across enterprise networks for government agencies.

  • Examine the principles of information systems attack and defense, secure network design and business continuity planning.

  • Develop an expert understanding of secure network design, security policies and programs, cryptography, business continuity planning and more.

  • Develop a core understanding of the five keys to information security: hardware, software, networks, people and policies.

  • Study contemporary curriculum design and assessment for adult learners within a variety of learning environments.

  • Learn the fundamentals of intelligence analysis, including advanced qualitative analytic procedures, basic modeling and predictive analysis skills.

  • Gain comprehensive knowledge of how U.S. intelligence agencies assess and counter international threats in order to protect its assets.

  • Explore various intelligence theories and practice, data intelligence development, security threats and counterintelligence.

  • Gain the essential knowledge and practical skills required for website design, development and management.

  • Study secure network design while learning how to develop risk mitigation plans and perform intrusion detection in IT network environments.

  • Examine the skills vital for an IT management role, including cost and time analysis, scope assessment and budgeting strategies.

  • Explore the basic management and organizational skills required to oversee complex enterprise level IT projects.

  • Study military operations theory from the mid-19th to the 20th century, including unconventional and joint warfare strategy and implementation.

  • The K-6 STEAM (STEM + the Arts) graduate certificate focuses on curriculum development, lesson planning, and activity creation for formal and informal contexts.

  • Gain the various leadership theories and skills necessary for managing an athletic department in a K-12 charter or private school.

  • Study online learning formats and their impact on student achievement while developing skills necessary for hybrid instructional settings.

  • Enhance knowledge of literacy instruction and personalized learning to better meet the varied individual and collective needs of diverse learners.

  • Study the financial, educational and legal aspects of administering programs that teach K-12 learners in a virtual setting.

  • Advance previous state law enforcement leadership experience with professionally relevant coursework.

  • Gain a solid understanding of leadership process and motivation while exploring the basic principles of business logistics.

  • Designed for individuals holding a degree in psychology, counseling, social work, or other professions who want to transition to life coaching.

  • Acquire the knowledge and practical skills required to excel in the dynamic field of logistics and supply chain management.

  • Acquire an overview of the multi-million dollar conference, exposition and convention business, with a focus on planning, selling and servicing.

  • Learn the theory of database development along with entity relationship diagrams, data models, databases, table structures and graphical user interfaces (GUI).

  • Increase knowledge of the technology trends essential to office productivity applications using the word processing, spreadsheet, presentation and communications applications.

  • Gain in-depth knowledge of Middle Eastern culture, religion, governance, security threats, military operations and more.

  • Study the primary standards and techniques for mobile website and application design, development, testing and implementation.

  • Study the major legal and regulatory policies that encompass environmental programs and projects in the U.S., with a focus on NEPA.

  • Study national and international security policies and globalization’s impact on national security and its institutions.

  • Gain an expert understanding of local, regional and global connectivity for informed natural resource management decisions.

  • Study innovative solutions for improving employee performance, managing diversity and facilitating better learning through coaching.

  • Gain a solid foundation in nonprofit leadership, finance, governmental relations, communications, marketing and fundraising.

  • Study the theories of leadership and group dynamics with a focus on proactive strategy in managing organizations.

  • Study the basics of legal terminology, research, writing, legal theory and a variety of legal concepts.

  • Complete the general education coursework and lab experiences needed for admission to most nursing and allied health programs with this 26-credit online certificate.

  • Learn valuable critical thinking, problem solving and communication skills along with business management and organizational psychology.

  • Explore the origins of national parks, forests and refugees while studying the tools and techniques used by land managers to provide ecosystem services to the public.

  • Broaden real estate knowledge and skills in several key areas, including real estate law, property management, deeds and leases and more.

  • Study the theory and practical skills required for land use planning, including hazard mitigation and preparedness and sustainable design principles.

  • Examine the current managerial techniques and cost control tools used to effectively operate a wide variety of restaurants.

  • Gain a retail management knowledge base, from managing inventory, to critical thinking skills and customer relations theories.

  • Study the principles and theories associated with physical security and security administration, with a focus on the protection of assets.

  • Evaluate security programs and their protocols while studying security theory, including industrial espionage and cyber crime.

  • Develop a fundamental knowledge of spaceflight history and evolution, orbital mechanics, space exploration and more.

  • Explore advanced orbital mechanics, past and current space exploration endeavors and the role of space in support of modern warfare.

  • Gain superior insight into the unique aspects of sports management in everything from marketing agencies to recreational services.

  • Explore defense policies of nations dealing with Europe and Asia after the fall of the Soviet state and strategic leadership in the information age.

  • Analyze resource and energy policy, renewable energy technologies and the societal and economic barriers to sustainable practices.

  • Enhance technical expertise and conceptual understanding of the design, development and integration of systems.

  • Learn the basics of international and domestic terrorism, counterterrorism, terrorist weapons and predictive tactics used to prevent terror attacks.

  • Gain a deft understanding of extremist groups, weapons of mass destruction, counterterrorism and the impact of 9/11 on political and military leadership.

  • Study the United Nations and its role in conflicts, mediation, diplomacy, peacekeeping and international law.

  • Explore the principles and practices necessary to design, develop and deploy web applications using the visual basic interactive development environment (IDE).

  • Acquire the fundamentals of graphic design, animation and image manipulation, enhancement and storage.

  • Study chemical, biological and radiological hazards, incident command, regulatory issues and consequence management.

  • Gain a solid knowledge core on Web 2.0 trends, technologies, content production, marketing and management.

  • Learn JavaScript, HTML, XHTML, DreamWeaver, CSS, coding and other skills needed for designing and maintaining websites.

  • Develop complex knowledge of World War II, including the blitzkriegs, the campaigns in North Africa and Italy and the fighting in the Pacific.

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