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  • Available Seats: 25

    Credit Hours: 3

    Instructor: Instructor 

    Department: School of Professional Studies 

    Fundamentals of Coaching Individuals, Relationships, and Teams in Organizations

    This course is not a pre-requisite of other project management courses

    Start Date: 3/2/2020          End Date: 4/29/2020

    Course Fee:   $1,125.00

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    Description

    Content – This course addresses the key concepts, models and practices of multilevel organizational coaching across a variety of sectors (private, public, non-profit, specialized). Increasing complexity, change and competition within a more globalized society requires ongoing improvements in productivity, innovation, flexibility and rapid responsiveness. Contemporary performance conditions are expanding the general level of delegation and employee autonomy in organizations, and direct supervision is being replaced by a coaching approach that promotes self-regulation at the individual, relational, team and inter-team level. Multilevel organizational coaching that draws upon and integrates a variety of approaches is a key competency for managers and professional service providers in all sectors. Students will learn multi-level organizational coaching that integrates various approaches to coaching individuals, relationships and teams in organizations.

    Additional information

    Course Deptartment School of Professional Studies

    Instr Title Instructor

    Course Symbol PRST

    Course Title Fundamentals of Coaching Individuals, Relationships, and Teams in Organizations

    Credit Hours 3

    Start Date 3/2/2020

    End Date 4/29/2020

    Enrollment 25

    IPEDS Code 217819

    Instr Name Avenel

    Course Number 324

    Sub-categories Self-paced

    Section 1

    Sync/Async Asynchronous

    Prerequisite High School Diploma/GED

    Campus Online

    Discipline School of Professional Studies

    Institution College of Charleston

    Institution Image URL college_charleston_logo.gif

    Institution Profile

    Level Undergraduate

    Start Season Spring 2020

  • Available Seats: 25

    Credit Hours: 3

    Instructor: Instructor 

    Department: School of Professional Studies 

    Fundamentals of Organizational Change and Development

    This course is not a pre-requisite of other project management courses

    Start Date: 1/8/2020          End Date: 2/27/2020

    Course Fee:   $1,125.00

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    Description

    Content – This course addresses the key concepts, models and practices of organizational change and development across a variety of sectors (private, public, non-profit and specialized). Increasing complexity and change within the contemporary performance environment is requiring a greater level of change and development in organizations. Adjusting organizations to ensure that their design, culture, management and functioning aligns with dynamic key external conditions creates the general foundation for success. The ability to identify the need for organizational change and development at both the macro and micro level, design and implement interventions while addressing resistance to change, is a key competency for managers and professional service providers in all sectors. Students will learn a variety of macro and micro organizational development interventions including the human process intervention of team building.

    Additional information

    Course Deptartment School of Professional Studies

    Course Number 326

    Course Symbol PRST

    Course Title Fundamentals of Organizational Change and Development

    Credit Hours 3

    Start Date 1/8/2020

    End Date 2/27/2020

    Enrollment 25

    IPEDS Code 217819

    Instr Name TBD

    Instr Title Instructor

    Section 1

    Sub-categories Self-paced

    Sync/Async Asynchronous

    Prerequisite High School Diploma/GED

    Campus Online

    Discipline School of Professional Studies

    Institution College of Charleston

    Institution Image URL college_charleston_logo.gif

    Institution Profile

    Level Undergraduate

    Start Season Spring 2020

  • Available Seats: 25

    Credit Hours: 3

    Instructor: Instructor 

    Department: School of Professional Studies 

    Introduction to Project Management

    This course is not a pre-requisite of other project management courses

    Start Date: 1/8/2020          End Date: 4/29/2020

    Course Fee:   $1,125.00

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    Description

    Content – This course provides a realistic, socio-technical view of project mananagement. After completing this course, students will have an understanding of the tools and processes used to manage projects, as well as the human factor required to successfully complete a project.

    Additional information

    Course Deptartment School of Professional Studies

    Instr Title Instructor

    Course Symbol PMGT

    Course Title Introduction to Project Management

    Credit Hours 3

    Start Date 1/8/2020

    End Date 4/29/2020

    Enrollment 25

    IPEDS Code 217819

    Instr Name Marindin

    Course Number 301

    Sub-categories Self-paced

    Section 1

    Sync/Async Asynchronous

    Prerequisite High School Diploma/GED

    Campus Online

    Discipline School of Professional Studies

    Institution College of Charleston

    Institution Image URL college_charleston_logo.gif

    Level Undergraduate

    Start Season Spring 2020

    Institution Profile

  • Available Seats: 25

    Credit Hours: 3

    Instructor: Instructor 

    Department: School of Professional Studies 

    Managing Project Quality

    This course is not a pre-requisite of other project management courses

    Start Date: 1/8/2020          End Date: 2/27/2020

    Course Fee:   $1,125.00

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    Description

    Content – This course addresses the key concepts, models and practices of managing quality within organizations and projects across a variety of sectors (private, public, non-profit and specialized). The ability to identify quality issues, develop a quality management strategy and implement a quality management system within organizational and project processes is a key competency for managers and professional service providers in all sectors. Students will learn the key components of quality management, including the application of a quality management process to a project.specialized). The ability to identify, prevent, reduce and remediate risks that constrain the potential or current success of organizations and projects, is a key competency for managers and professional service providers in all sectors. Students will learn the key components of risk identification and management, including the process of mapping out critical processes, conducting risk audits of these processes, and developing strategies for addressing high risk elements.

    Additional information

    Course Deptartment School of Professional Studies

    Instr Title Instructor

    Course Symbol PMGT

    Course Title Managing Project Quality

    Credit Hours 3

    Start Date 1/8/2020

    End Date 2/27/2020

    Enrollment 25

    IPEDS Code 217819

    Instr Name Green

    Course Number 341

    Sub-categories Self-paced

    Section 1

    Sync/Async Asynchronous

    Prerequisite High School Diploma/GED

    Campus Online

    Discipline School of Professional Studies

    Institution College of Charleston

    Institution Image URL college_charleston_logo.gif

    Institution Profile

    Level Undergraduate

    Start Season Spring 2020

  • Available Seats: 25

    Credit Hours: 3

    Instructor: Instructor 

    Department: School of Professional Studies 

    Managing Risk

    This course is not a pre-requisite of other project management courses

    Start Date: 3/2/2020          End Date: 4/29/2020

    Course Fee:   $1,125.00

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    Description

    Content – This course addresses the key concepts, models and practices of identifying and managing risk within organizational and project activities across a variety of sectors (private, public, non-profit and specialized). The ability to identify, prevent, reduce and remediate risks that constrain the potential or current success of organizations and projects, is a key competency for managers and professional service providers in all sectors. Students will learn the key components of risk identification and management, including the process of mapping out critical processes, conducting risk audits of these processes, and developing strategies for addressing high risk elements.

    Additional information

    Course Deptartment School of Professional Studies

    Instr Title Instructor

    Course Symbol PMGT

    Course Title Managing Risk

    Credit Hours 3

    Start Date 3/2/2020

    End Date 4/29/2020

    Enrollment 25

    IPEDS Code 217819

    Instr Name Green

    Course Number 321

    Sub-categories Self-paced

    Section 1

    Sync/Async Asynchronous

    Prerequisite High School Diploma/GED

    Campus Online

    Discipline School of Professional Studies

    Institution Image URL college_charleston_logo.gif

    Level Undergraduate

    Start Season Spring 2020

    Institution Profile

    Institution College of Charleston

  • Available Seats: 25

    Credit Hours: 3

    Instructor: Instructor 

    Department: School of Professional Studies 

    Negotiation, Conflict Management and Alternative Dispute Resolution

    This course is not a pre-requisite of other project management courses

    Start Date: 1/8/2020          End Date: 2/27/2020

    Course Fee:   $1,125.00

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    Description

    Content – This course addresses the key concepts, models and practices that support negotiation, conflict management and dispute resolution in organizations across a variety of sectors (profit, public, non-profit, specialized). Increasing complexity, change and diversity around and within contemporary organizations has intensified the processes of negotiation, conflict management and dispute resolution among increasingly diverse internal and external stakeholders. The increased likelihood of expressed conflict combined with an emphasis on collaboration, mutual learning, mutual adjustment and consensus requires more complex and skillful forms of negotiation, conflict management and dispute resolution. The ability to effectively negotiate, manage conflict and make effective use of various dispute resolution processes is a key competency for managers and professional service providers across all sectors. Students will learn and practice the fundamental components of negotiation, conflict management and dispute resolution.

    Additional information

    Course Deptartment School of Professional Studies

    Instr Title Instructor

    Course Symbol PRST

    Course Title Negotiation, Conflict Management and Alternative Dispute Resolution

    Credit Hours 3

    Start Date 1/8/2020

    End Date 2/27/2020

    Enrollment 25

    IPEDS Code 217819

    Instr Name Edwards

    Course Number 336

    Sub-categories Self-paced

    Section 1

    Sync/Async Asynchronous

    Prerequisite High School Diploma/GED

    Campus Online

    Discipline School of Professional Studies

    Institution College of Charleston

    Institution Image URL college_charleston_logo.gif

    Institution Profile

    Level Undergraduate

    Start Season Spring 2020

  • Available Seats: 25

    Credit Hours: 3

    Instructor: Instructor 

    Department: School of Professional Studies 

    Social Media Communication

    This course is not a pre-requisite of other project management courses

    Start Date: 1/8/2020          End Date: 2/27/2020

    Course Fee:   $1,125.00

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    Description

    Content – This course addresses the key concepts, models and practices of social media communications across a variety of sectors (private, public, non-profit and specialized). Rapidly expanding social media technologies are playing an increasingly central role in both individual and mass communication. Effective use of social media within the process of describing an organization and its outputs, is a key competency for managers and professional service providers in all sectors. Students will learn the key components of the social media communications process, and develop a social media communication plan.

    Additional information

    Course Deptartment School of Professional Studies

    Instr Title Instructor

    Course Symbol PRST

    Course Title Social Media Communication

    Credit Hours 3

    Start Date 1/8/2020

    End Date 2/27/2020

    Enrollment 25

    IPEDS Code 217819

    Instr Name Marindin

    Course Number 391

    Sub-categories Self-paced

    Section 1

    Sync/Async Asynchronous

    Prerequisite High School Diploma/GED

    Campus Online

    Discipline School of Professional Studies

    Institution College of Charleston

    Institution Image URL college_charleston_logo.gif

    Institution Profile

    Level Undergraduate

    Start Season Spring 2020

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