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University of Virginia School of Continuing and Professional Studies

The School of Continuing and Professional Studies (SCPS) opens the doors of the University of Virginia to thousands of nontraditional adult learners for continuing education. With Academic Centers in Abingdon, Charlottesville, Falls Church, Newport News, Richmond, and Roanoke, the school strives to meet the continuing education needs of the Commonwealth's citizens.

It is the mission of SCPS to be responsive to nontraditional learners by providing high quality continuing education opportunities that help them achieve their personal and professional goals. The commitment to serving a diverse community of learners is apparent in the continuing education programs and courses offered at convenient times and places. Students enrolled through SCPS have the option to learn in the classroom, online, and through other modes of delivery.
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$2460.00
Online - Class or Webinar
Adult
Explores the building blocks needed to implement security within the System Development Life-Cycle (SDLC). Focuses on how to analyze internal applications, computing platforms/network infrastructure, and corporate objectives with an eye toward designing flexible security architecture that is best suited for the enterprise. Studies in-depth defense techniques and how they are applied to optimize security architecture.

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Learn how to anticipate and respond to threats using an arsenal of security tools, appliances, and devices including encryption, firewalls, intrusion detection systems, vulnerability assessment systems, single sign on, virtual private networks, and authentication systems.
$2460.00
Online - Class or Webinar
Adult
Learn how to anticipate and respond to threats using an arsenal of security tools, appliances, and devices including encryption, firewalls, intrusion detection systems, vulnerability assessment systems, single sign on, virtual private networks, and authentication systems. Includes implementing practical network security measures including the importance of hardening operating systems and applications to minimize vulnerabilities.

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$2460.00
Online - Class or Webinar
Adult
Explores the building blocks needed to implement security within the System Development Life-Cycle (SDLC). Focuses on how to analyze internal applications, computing platforms/network infrastructure, and corporate objectives with an eye toward designing flexible security architecture that is best suited for the enterprise. Studies in-depth defense techniques and how they are applied to optimize security architecture.

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understanding Emotional Intelligence leads to a beneficial working career and personal life.
$2460.00
Online - Class or Webinar
Adult
Gives a fundamental overview of Emotional Intelligence and shows how understanding Emotional Intelligence leads to a beneficial working career and personal life. Presents an E.I. competence framework and reviews basic domains, such as self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, and relationship management through various methods to promote learning by doing. Applies theoretical concepts to real world situations. Restricted to BIS and BPHM students only.

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$2460.00
Online - Class or Webinar
Adult
Studies the basic theories and research related to the practices of contemporary organizational behavior. Emphasizes the interpersonal skills that promote individual, group, and organizational effectiveness. Class activities are interactive and include experiential exercises, case analyses, and collaborative learning. Restricted to BIS students only.

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$2460.00
Online - Class or Webinar
Adult
Principles and practices of business finance focusing on managerial decision-making in financial policy. Topics include capital structure, types of securities and their use in raising funds, risk, valuation, and allocating resources for investment. Prerequisites for current BIS students: I
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$2460.00
Online - Class or Webinar
Adult
An introduction to the practice and theory ofinternational business. Consideration given toglobal trade and economic integration theory;the major instruments and procedures neededfor management and operation of an internationalbusiness; modes of international marketentry and foreign direct investment; strategiesappropriate to managing an internationalbusiness; global environmental issues; and theimportance of culture and ethics in internationalbusiness.

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$2460.00
Online - Class or Webinar
Adult
Provides a basis for evaluating the claims of others while also choosing the best analysis methods for supporting ideas. Examines how quantitative analysis can inform decisions, how to select the appropriate tools for the situation, how to interpret the results, and how to effectively communicate the results.
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$2460.00
Online - Class or Webinar
Adult
Examines the concept of America and to what extent it is a product of religious mindsets of particular times. Explores multi-media materials, including: Hollywood films, 20th Century folk music, literature of the west, 18th Century primary sources, 19th Century theses on American identity, and 20th Century journalism and criticism.

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$2460.00
Online - Class or Webinar
Adult
Analyzes the elements of fiction; structural elements such as character, plot, point of view, and conflict will be discussed in addition to stylistic elements, such as dialogue, setting, and sensory details. Includes readings of essays and short stories by published authors and class critiques of fiction written by the students.

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Competencies

  • Computers & Software: Security & Cybersecurity
  • Computers & Software
  • Business: Career Planning, Coaching & Mentoring
  • Business
  • Business: Finance, Financial Management & Budgets
  • Business: International Business & Globalization
  • Science & Math: Statistics & Probability
  • History: Religion, Chrsitianity & The Crusades
  • English, Literature & Writing: Fiction
  • History: Military & War
  • Business: Management & Leadership
  • Business: Procurement
  • Business: Administration
  • Business: Communications, Public Speaking & Public Relations
  • Business: Policies & Procedures
  • Business: Human Resources & Benefits Administration
  • Business: Project Management
  • English, Literature & Writing
  • Business: Accounting, Bookkeeping & Payroll
  • Business: Information Technology
  • Business: Contracts

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