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All online course students must have Internet access and e-mail. Students must register for these classes no later than three days before the class start dates.
No refunds will be given after the third week of class—no exceptions. See the PGCC schedule booklet for complete online course registration instructions.
Exploring Digital Photography This course provides an introduction to the fascinating technology that catapulted the photographic world into the 21st century. We'll discuss the basics of digital photography, equipment, software, the digital darkroom, printing, Internet, and e-mail use, along with commercial and personal applications.
You'll learn what you need, what you can do, and what fun you can have. Whether you're new to photography or a longtime professional making the change to the digital world, this class will provide an introduction to new opportunities.
Administrative Assistant Fundamentals Rapid growth in the health, legal services, data processing, management, public relations, and other industries have created many new job opportunities for administrative assistants.
Discover and master the essentials of managerial and staff support, information and records management, communications technology, travel and meeting coordination, space planning, and office ergonomics. You'll become an indispensable member of your team by identifying opportunities and implementing solutions to turn your office into a highly productive workplace.
Accounting Fundamentals Demand for accounting professionals currently exceeds supply. If you're interested in increasing your financial awareness and accountability while also gaining a marketable skill, this course is for you.
The basics of double-entry bookkeeping, analyzing and recording financial transactions, and preparing various financial reports at the end of the fiscal period will be covered. Accounts receivable, accounts payable, payroll procedures, sales taxes, and various common banking activities will be discussed.
We'll cover all the bases, from writing checks to preparing an income statement and closing out accounts at the end of each fiscal period.
Accounting Fundamentals II This course will build on the knowledge gained in our Accounting Fundamentals course and will provide a solid understanding of corporate accounting practices. You will analyze transactions and prepare various corporate financial reports.
The coursework for these classes is located on Blackboard at http: Students enrolling in these courses must have an active Owl Link account. Students will gain an understanding of risk and crisis management the need for business continuity and information assurance planning, as well as addressing the leadership, human organizational and public policy components of disasters.
The final project will be a disaster recovery management plan. Meets concurrently with credit course MGT Meets concurrently with credit course BMT Application of management principles to federal, state, and local governments. Examine the role of management in government, public responsibility and trends in public management.
Conflict Management Powerful techniques for dealing effectively and confidently with difficult situations. Building and strengthening more cooperative and productive working relationships.
Managing in the Public Sector Introduction to the public sector. Examine the role of management in government, public responbilility and trends in public management. Organizational Management This course is designed to provide an understanding of the forces behind organizational development ODthe managerial tools used to implement OD and the managerial skills that enable the manager to effectively introduce change into the organization.
Fundamentals of Supervision and Management I If you have recently been promoted to a supervisory or management position or want to know how to become a more effective manager, this course will help you master the basics of business by learning the language of management.
You will be introduced to the skills to make a successful transition from employee to manager, and you'll discover how to manage your time so that you can deal with the constant demands of a managerial job. How to delegate responsibility, how to motivate employees, and how to influence and direct other people's performance will also be covered.
Fundamentals of Supervision and Management II This course covers what a supervisor or a manager needs to know. You are not alone; many people feel the same way. You will see why communication is essential in your quest to be a good manager or supervisor. Also covered will be personality traits in yourself and others and how they impact the ability to get the job done.
You will also develop a plan to improve both your interpersonal skills and your work relationships. Achieving Success with Difficult People Do you know people whose behavior makes completing even the simplest tasks difficult?
Would you like to learn how to have more successful relationships with difficult bosses, co-workers, students, neighbors, or family members? Join this class and get helpful information for understanding yourself, solving people's problems, and improving your relationships and personal and professional productivity.
Building Teams that Work Teams are becoming a staple in today's workplace. In this course, you'll learn the components of a successful team and the stages of its development.
You'll master the skills you'll need to effectively manage projects, make decisions, and solve problems in a team setting.By Michael Nielsen. One day in the mids, a Moscow newspaper reporter named Solomon Shereshevsky entered the laboratory of the psychologist Alexander Luria.
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