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5 In-Demand Online Programs Faculty and Staff Can Complete Using Remitted Tuition
The remitted tuition benefit offers eligible employees the opportunity to have tuition charges covered for undergraduate and graduate classes at the University. If you’re thinking about using remitted tuition, check out these five in-demand programs offered through the College of Professional Studies that just might help you level up your career.
- Master of professional studies, project management (30 credits)
- Sample courses: Project Management Fundamentals, Organizational Behavior and Leadership, Opportunity and Risk Management.
- Project managers do not operate in a single domain—their skill sets are invaluable in all types of organizations and roles, large and small. The project management master’s degree satisfies the education/training requirement for project management professional (PMP) and certified associate in project management (CAPM) credentials.
- Bachelor of professional studies, applied data and predictive analytics (120 credits)
- Sample courses: Data in Society, Informational Visualization, Data-Driven Inquiry.
- Tying together the fields of computer science, management and business intelligence, the program prepares budding analysts to derive insights from complex data and teaches students how to interpret and translate data into market-ready, actionable information.
- Bachelor of professional studies, business management (120 credits)
- Sample courses: Global Leadership, Essentials of Marketing, Digital and Business Communications for Professional Studies.
- Today’s businesses face unprecedented turbulence and disruption. Rapid changes in technology and the impact of globalization yield uncertainty, and companies need leaders with the skills to nimbly adapt to this changing landscape. Powered by the Whitman School of Management, this degree prepares students to be a leader in their careers.
- Bachelor of liberal studies (120 credits)
- Sample courses include those in writing, the humanities and critical reflections on ethical and social issues.
- Develop a comprehensive and informed worldview through a powerful academic foundation. Students will gain critical thinking skills and knowledge that will open doors to advancement in their careers, new career opportunities or as a requirement for pursuing graduate-level study.
- Project Management Certificate (15 credits)
- Sample courses: Foundations of Project Management, Project Organization and Leadership, Project Communications and Stakeholder Management.
- Explore the foundations of organization, leadership, methodologies and the communication techniques of project management. The project management certificate satisfies the education/training requirement for Project Management Professional (PMP) and Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) credentials.
To learn more about these and other degree and certificate offerings, contact the College of Professional Studies. Find out more about using remitted tuition by reviewing the remitted tuition policy or the College of Professional Studies’ remitted tuition guide.