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COM SCI X 414.56
For those with basic database management knowledge, this course introduces important considerations in database application development and various technologies that have made possible database publishing on the Internet.
Format: Online | In-Person
Next Start Date: April 1, 2024
GEOG XL 181B
This course is a project-based exploration of advanced topics in GIS and geospatial technology, with a focus upon spatial modeling, advanced spatial analysis and geoprocessing, spatial data manipulation, and geocomputation.
Format: Online
Next Start Date: April 8, 2024
GEOG XL 182C
Develop an aptitude for integrating various remote sensing and geospatial analysis workflows/datasets into one unified cloud-based coding environment.
Format: Online
Next Start Date: July 1, 2024
COM SCI X 414.65
For those with SQL knowledge, this course covers advanced SQL statements used in inserting, retrieving, and updating a database. Students learn how to use advanced features of SQL commands and other advanced topics.
Format: Online
Next Start Date: April 1, 2024
COM SCI X 460.1
This course provides a hands-on introduction to the architecture, deployment, and management of Amazon Web Services (AWS).
Format: Remote | In-Person
Next Start Date: April 1, 2024
COM SCI 760.13
What is AI all about? This short course discusses the concept of AI, and the aims, directions, and challenges of some of its applications. Learn how AI can be used to tackle a wide range of problems in business and beyond.
Next Start Date: TBA
COM SCI X 450.3
Learn tools for distributed data storage and large data set processing. This course focuses on architectures and technologies, including NoSQL and Hadoop.
Format: In-Person | Online
Next Start Date: April 1, 2024
MGMT X 457.5
This course covers an overview on the evolution of blockchain, cryptocurrencies, NFTs, DeFi, DAOs, STOs and their implications for businesses, industries, financial markets, and governmental agencies.
Format: Online
Next Start Date: April 1, 2024
MGMT X 457.2
If you want value from blockchain technology, collaboration and good governance are just as important as building the related technology solution. This course provides an in-depth understanding of blockchain economics and incentives, governance, networks, business models, and achieving successful consortia using diverse case studies.  
Format: Online
Next Start Date: April 1, 2024
MGMT X 457.3
This course prepares students for successful and well-thought out blockchain adoption and implementation. Its practical-oriented approach introduces key considerations and components to address, including legal and regulatory, data integrity and protection, interoperability, risk factors and others.
Format: Online
Next Start Date: April 1, 2024
COM SCI X 418.735B
This course provides new developers unfamiliar with the C++ language the knowledge and skills to develop C++ applications using the Microsoft .NET platform. This course focuses on C++ program structure, language syntax, and more.
Next Start Date: TBA
GEOG XL 180
This course introduces the methods, techniques and considerations behind geographic data visualization and Web based mapping. We will explore constructing narratives using maps with Esri's ArcGIS Story Map platform. It focuses upon data science, scientific communication, and the cartographic process, and in particular, considerations surrounding cartographic data visualization strategies.
Format: Online
Next Start Date: July 1, 2024
COM SCI X 420.9
This hands-on course introduces core defensive strategies for various environments and explores remediation strategies for thwarting attacks.
Format: Online
Next Start Date: April 1, 2024
COM SCI X 420.8
This hands-on course explores common and specialized security tools for penetration assessments. Students will have the opportunity to create their own custom tool or an extension to a known tool.
Format: Online
Next Start Date: April 1, 2024
COM SCI X 420.7
The class will examine relevant policies and regulations along with auditing practices. Topics covered include auditing standards and ethics, privacy, intellectual property, and legal issues in cyberspace.
Next Start Date: TBA
COM SCI 706
Cyberattacks are happening more frequent, they are more complex, and they are targeted, costing individuals and organizations significant information and financial loss. This webinar will provide an…
Next Start Date: TBA
COM SCI X 450.6
Data governance is an integrated framework of policies and technology applied to ensure effective data management. This course will help students to gain an understanding of various components that allow an enterprise to manage data.
Next Start Date: TBA
COM SCI X 450.00
Designed for students with limited or no prior programming, statistics, or data analytics knowledge, this data science overview course is ideal for absolute beginners, business analysts, or non-tech managers interested in the field.
Format: In-Person | Online
Next Start Date: April 1, 2024
COM SCI 760.19
In this course, participants will gain a basic understanding of how data science can best be applied to business situations.
Next Start Date: TBA
COM SCI X 450.9
In this class, students will learn how to interpret data as well as how to apply data cleaning techniques using SAS, a powerful statistical programming language.
Next Start Date: TBA
COM SCI 700
Join us for an online Data Science Meetup! This informational meetup will include a data science tutorial, an industry expert who will discuss real-world data science challenges, and an opportunity…
Next Start Date: TBA
MGMT X 457.4
This course reviews the role and potential of blockchain technology in trusted data within the context of an organization’s overall digitization journey. As blockchain is one piece of the information technology (IT) puzzle, the course also explores how blockchain complements other Industry 4.0/4IR technologies (such as Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence) to help solve critical challenges.
Format: Online
Next Start Date: April 1, 2024
ENGR X 457.55
Designing and programming embedded systems require careful coordination between hardware and firmware. This course is hands-on with hardware components and with firmware that directly manipulates the hardware.
Next Start Date: TBA
COM SCI X 450.2
Learn the iterative process of exploratory data analysis (EDA), data analysis techniques, data exploration, and visualization. Course tools include R for data analysis and Tableau for data visualization.
Format: Online | Hybrid (In-Person)
Next Start Date: April 1, 2024
MGMT X 412.1
This course covers AI fundamentals and concepts as pertaining to finance. The course will review python programming basics such as Basic Input-Output Operations, Basic Operators, Conditional Execution, Loops, and Lists.
Format: Online
Next Start Date: April 1, 2024
MGMT X 457.1
This course offers an introduction to blockchain and distributed ledger technology (DLT) grounded in real-world use cases and practical application. The goal of the course is to understand blockchain technology fundamentals that can be applied across any domain, industry and use case in both the public and private sector.
Format: Online
Next Start Date: April 1, 2024
COM SCI X 420.1
This comprehensive introductory course combines theoretical security models with practical examples to benefit auditors, system administrators, or anyone else with a basic understanding of information technology.
Format: In-Person | Online
Next Start Date: April 1, 2024
COM SCI X 414.20
This course provides an introduction to computer programming and software development using Python and Visual Basic. Great for individuals pursuing coding and software development, preparing them for Python, Visual C#, Java, Javascript, shell scripting and macro development.
Format: In-Person | Online
Next Start Date: April 1, 2024
GEOG X 191C
This course introduces the design, development, and management of geospatial databases, including multi-user enterprise geodatabases. In addition to learning about relational database design, students will construct and maintain spatial databases.
Format: Online
Next Start Date: July 1, 2024
COM SCI X 418.104F
This course is a hands-on introduction to writing applications for Android devices, focusing on language syntax and object-oriented concepts. Build Android applications, learn how to create user interfaces, and more.
Format: Online
Next Start Date: April 1, 2024
COM SCI X 418.102AB
Understand HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) and CSS (Cascading Style Sheets). Together, they provide the foundation on which web pages are built. HTML labels types of information, CSS specifies how that information will look.
Format: Online
Next Start Date: April 1, 2024
COM SCI X 420.12
Learn the vulnerabilities of the cloud model, ways for companies to assess cloud risk and present methods and architectures that mitigate such risks & enhance the security, integrity, and availability of data in the cloud.
Next Start Date: TBA
COM SCI X 420.3
This course covers physical and logical cybersecurity for data centers and IT infrastructures. It defines a management program to protect assets across all levels of technology and the core components that support that information technology.
Format: In-Person | Online
Next Start Date: April 1, 2024
GEOG XL 181A
This intermediate course reinforces additional key geographic concepts and techniques related to GIS, including coordinate systems, data management, spatial databases, geoprocessing, raster processing and analysis, digitizing and various types of spatial analysis.
Format: Online
Next Start Date: April 8, 2024
COM SCI X 418.104G
Develop Android User Interfaces using Android Fragments, retrieving and handling information from the web in apps, background threading techniques, and more.
Next Start Date: TBA
COM SCI XL 31
This course will provide an introduction to computer science via theory, applications, and programming.
Format: Online
Next Start Date: April 1, 2024
COM SCI XL 32
Gain an understanding of modern programming by learning the principles of object-oriented and generic programming.
Next Start Date: TBA
COM SCI X 450.1
This course covers the key knowledge domains in data science, including data development and management, machine learning and natural language processing, statistical analysis, data visualization, and inference.
Format: In-Person | Online
Next Start Date: April 1, 2024
GEOG XL 7
Students will learn how to think spatially, become familiar with information technology, produce maps, communicate effectively using spatial information, and conduct data analysis with GIS.
Format: Online
Next Start Date: January 15, 2024 (May still be accepting enrollments)
GEOG XL 182A
Learn the fundamentals of remote sensing and related cloud computing applications.
Format: Online
Next Start Date: April 8, 2024
COM SCI X 414.61
Structured Query Language (SQL) is a standard computer language for accessing and manipulating database systems. For those with little or no experience, this hands-on course covers basic SQL syntax for updating a database.
Format: Online | Hybrid (In-Person)
Next Start Date: April 1, 2024
COM SCI X 418.85A
This course presents the fundamentals of programming using Java and covers object-oriented programming, constructors, flow control statements, data types, inheritance, data hiding, abstraction, and the Java library.
Format: Online | In-Person
Next Start Date: April 1, 2024
COM SCI X 418.100
Java II examines more advanced object-oriented programming; collections and generics; graphical user interface design; threading and asynchronous processing; and files, streams, database usage, and object serialization.
Format: Online
Next Start Date: April 1, 2024
COM SCI X 418.85C
Java Programming III examines Java enterprise applications; Java servlets and Java server pages, session management, Spring framework, Web services; data persistence, hibernate ORM, and security.
Next Start Date: TBA
COM SCI X 418.88B
The course provides an introduction to recursion, prototype-based inheritance, extension of built-in JavaScript objects, and an approach to data validation that students can use as a model for their own applications.
Format: Online
Next Start Date: April 1, 2024
COM SCI X 450.4
Learn machine learning origins, principles, and practical applications, as well as implementation via the Python programming language. Students will learn to train a model, evaluate its performance, and improve its performance.
Format: Hybrid (In-Person) | Online
Next Start Date: April 1, 2024
COM SCI X 450.41
Learn machine learning origins, principles, and practical applications, as well as implementation via the R programming language. Students will learn to train a model, evaluate its performance, and improve its performance.
Format: Online
Next Start Date: April 1, 2024
COM SCI X 417.96
Learn network communications, from the basics of network topologies, OSI layering, & Ethernet to networking hardware and packet-switching fundamentals. The course focuses on TCP/IP and its plethora of protocols and services.
Format: Online | In-Person
Next Start Date: April 1, 2024
COM SCI X 420.5
This course delivers a step-by-step methodology for securing any infrastructure through enhanced defenses to the core components of networks and databases.
Format: Online | Hybrid (In-Person) | In-Person
Next Start Date: April 1, 2024
GEOG UL 799
This free information session, conducted entirely online, provides a comprehensive overview of the Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Program, including career insights, sample videos and more.
Format: Online | Information Session
Next Start Date: January 8, 2024 (May still be accepting enrollments)
COM SCI X 450.7
This hands-on course helps you use predictive analytics for improving business performance using techniques such as data mining, statistics, modeling, machine learning, and artificial intelligence.
Next Start Date: TBA
COM SCI X 418.735
This course provides new developers unfamiliar with the C# language the knowledge and skills to develop C# applications using the Microsoft .NET platform. Focusing on C# program structure, language syntax, and more.
Format: Online | In-Person
Next Start Date: April 1, 2024
COM SCI X 418.735A
This course covers intermediate-level topics in Microsoft application development, building a complete client-server database application using a Microsoft SQL Server database and a Windows desktop client application.
Format: Online | Hybrid (In-Person) | In-Person
Next Start Date: April 1, 2024
COM SCI 750.00
This webinar will introduce you to the concepts behind ChatGPT. We will discuss the innerworkings of modern text generators like GPT-2, 3, and 4, while acknowledging their impact and limitations, leading to a more productive dialog between scientists in artificial intelligence and society, now and into the future.
Next Start Date: TBA
COM SCI X 418.104B
Python is a high-level, dynamically typed, and portable programming language that excels when the cost of software development outweighs performance considerations.
Format: Online
Next Start Date: April 1, 2024
COM SCI X 418.105
Get an introduction to core concepts in probability and statistics that will be useful throughout your data science career. This course also introduces students to important Python tools used by data scientists. 
Format: Online
Next Start Date: April 1, 2024
COM SCI X 418.106
This course introduces Pandas, one of the core Python data analysis packages, and uses it as the basis for performing various types of data analysis tasks. Essential data visualization techniques will also be covered. 
Next Start Date: TBA
COM SCI X 418.107
Numerical computing plays an essential role in data processing. Get an introduction to core numerical methods using Python. The Python package for numerical computing, Numpy, is used for implementing these methods.
Next Start Date: TBA
COM SCI X 457.56
Learn how to program in Python on the Linux operating system on Raspberry Pi boards. Students will write programs in Python and connect basic electronic designs to the board. Once connected, they will learn to use Python to interface with their own electronics.
Next Start Date: TBA
COM SCI X 414.51
Learn relational database technology, data modeling, SQL, the translation of logical designs to physical storage structures, database integrity, storage and client/server management, and introduction to query optimization.
Format: Hybrid (In-Person) | Online
Next Start Date: April 1, 2024
MGMT 815.22
Leadership collection of skills and attitudes that involve four domains of learning: 1.The self, or the improvement of an individual. 2.The team, or the improvement of the relationship between…
Next Start Date: TBA
MGMT 815.21
Leaders across industries and sectors must contend with multiple megatrends that collectively create highly volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous (VUCA) organizational contexts. Among the many…
Next Start Date: TBA
MGMT 790
This free seminar series presents a variety of topics in the revolutionary new space of blockchain technology, such as crypto, NFTs, and more. Join us live and engage with industry experts and influential guest speakers. 
Format: Remote
Next Start Date: May 8, 2024
COM SCI X 457.55B
This hands-on course provides an introduction to FPGA design using Verilog. Topics include the Verilog language, simulation, test benches, synthesis, implementation, and downloading to the target board.
Next Start Date: TBA
COM SCI X 418.102A
This course provides a hands-on introduction to using Adobe's Photoshop, Dreamweaver and Animate for creating web content. These programs are the choice of many web professionals and each provides unique capabilities.
Format: Online | In-Person
Next Start Date: April 1, 2024
COM SCI X 418.104D
Learn the fundamentals for developing on the iOS platform. Get an overview of the Objective-C language and the details of the UIKit, as well as several frameworks essential for development on iOS platforms.
Next Start Date: TBA
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