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Data Visualization Portfolio
To conclude the Data Visualization and Storytelling Certificate program, this course will specifically focus on preparing students with a tangible digital portfolio of data visualization projects that showcase their ability to perform in the contemporary Data Viz workplace. It will involve building an online portfolio site and guest lectures from Data Visualization working professionals. It will allow hands on portfo...
Apr 01 - May 12
Spring 2019
Info Design: Visual Story
The field of Data Visualization combines 3 disciplines of study: Graphic Design, Statistics, and Computer Science. In order for a visualization to be dynamic, aesthetic and insightful it must involve successful application of all three practices. This course will focus on developing students’ information graphics skill set specific to creating visual stories. It will include critical thinking projects that relate to ...
Apr 01 - May 12
Spring 2019
Leading the Online Learning Operation
To run effective online programs, managers confront a number of serious obstacles that stand in the way of introducing and growing digital education at their institutions. This course explores the character of the challenges you will face. Together with your instructor and peers, you will propose best practices that will guide effective leadership strategies, not only to overcome barriers, but also in devising ways o...
Apr 08 - May 12
Spring 2019
Designing Impact: From Idea to Proof of Concept
In this course, students will solidify their own social venture idea and will learn skills and strategies to create and test prototypes of their venture ideas as a means of developing a proof of concept. Students will also deepen their understanding of the ecosystem (field or industry) in which they are working and their theory of change in order to strategically intervene within that system to achieve scalable impact.
Mar 25 - May 05
Spring 2019
Effective Business Writing for Non-Native English Speaking Professionals
This course is designed for non-native English speaking professionals who seek to enhance their business writing skills across various business communication settings. Students will develop a strong understanding of writing strategic business documents and producing clear and concise written correspondence for business audiences that include standard cover letters, reports, proposals, presentations, and other profess...
  • Format: On Campus
  • Course Number: CRN 7271 - NESL 0802 A
Mar 28 - May 02
On Campus
7:00 - 8:50 PM
Spring 2019
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