University of the Pacific 2013 Fall Professional Development
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P rofessional D evelopment Develop Your Business Superpowers! FALL 2013 C enter for P rofessional & C ontinuing E ducation ONLINE REGISTRATION As Easy as 1, 2, 3! You’ll see buttons like this on each page. They tell you which button to choose on our registration page. Step 1 On the Login Page, enter your PacificNet ID and password. If you do not have an account, you will be prompted to create one after you’ve chosen your classes. After logging in, click on My Profile to update your personal information. An email address is required as well as a security phrase. Step 2 Choose the Shopping Cart to begin searching and adding classes. All brochures have the course information needed. Type in the course number (XGEN 020), the CRN (10234), or key words to find the classes you’re looking for. Add the class to your cart either by dragging it or clicking the plus button. Click Register when you’ve made all of your selections. (New Students will be prompted to Create New Account – current students can also Login.) Review your selection on the Registration Results page and click Proceed to Payment. Step 3 Choose a payment and click Continue or Proceed to Payment. Click Submit Payment and a new window will open. You must hit Finalize Registration on the last screen when complete to finish your registration. Print your Final Invoice to keep for your records. FYI: If you’ve taken classes with the University of the Pacific or CPCE before, you already have an account. If you don’t know your PacificNet ID or password, visit go.pacific.edu/CPCELoginHelp for instructions on how to get this information. IMPORTANT: Make sure that you enroll in Locksmith to manage your account password. Passwords expire every 6 months and need to be reset. locksmith.pacific.edu To register, go to: go.pacific.edu/cpceregister 34 TABLE OF CONTENTS How Strong are Your Business Superpowers? PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 5 5 6 6 6 7 7 7 8 8 8 8 9 9 10 10 11 11 11 11 BUSINESS TRAINING Advanced Legal Research & Writing Certificate Business Coaching Certificate Business Research Certificate Certificate in Customer Research Certificate in Customer Service Certificate in Entrepreneurship Certificate in Human Resource Management Certificate in International Trade Certificate in Nonprofit Management Certificate in Online Teaching Certificate in Presentation Media Certificate in Teaching Adults Content Engineering Certificate Program Certified Webinar Planner eMarketing Essentials Certificate Legal Secretary Certificate Management Certificate Managing Social Media Platforms Certificate Managing Telework Certificate Mobile Marketing Certificate No-Kill Animal Shelter Management Certificate The Paralegal Certificate CourseÂŠ Advanced Paralegal Certificate Courses Social Media for Business Certificate Software Essentials for the Law Office Certificate Supervisory and Leadership Certificate Video Marketing Certificate Classes are Open to Everyone!!! Pacific Alumni Receive 15% Off! 12 Beginning Pre-dentistry Micro-Sculpture 12 Business Communications Skills 12 Cyber Security for Managers 12 Dementia Care 13 Designing Successful Webinars 13 Developing Hybrid Courses 13 Facebook for Business 13 Google Analytics 13 Introduction to Grant Writing 14 LEED AP+BD&C Building Design and Construction 14 LEED for Existing Buildings: Operations + Maintenance Exam Preparation 14 LEED Green Associate Exam Preparation 14 LinkedIn for Business 14 Management Boot Camp 14 Managing Generations in the Workplace 15 Media Buying Strategies 15 National Institute for Social Media (NISM) Social Media Strategist (CSMS) 15 Negotiation: Get What You Want 15 Photoshop for Presentations 15 Practical Math for the Workplace 15 Program Evaluation for Nonprofit Professionals 16 Project Management Training & PMPÂŽ (Project Management Professional) Exam Preparation Course 16 Revenue Generation for Nonprofits 16 Self-Publishing eBooks 16 Spanish for Medical Professionals 17 Substitute Teacher Preparation 17 The Business Plan 17 Time and Productivity Management 17 Twitter 17 Using Personality Profiles for Better Work Performance Center for Professional & Continuing Education Office Location: 1776 W. March Lane, Suite 290, Stockton, CA 95207 209.946.2424 800.959.5376 www.pacific.edu/cpce TABLE OF CONTENTS Continued PERSONAL ENRICHMENT 18 18 18 18 18 18 19 19 19 19 19 20 20 20 20 20 21 21 21 21 22 22 22 Introduction to Critical Thinking Developing Critical Thinking Skills Applying Critical Thinking in Practice Introduction to Personal Creativity Creativity in Teams and Organizations Innovation in Organizations Leading Change Leading Teams Journalism 101 Day at the Museum Part I: Honing Your Nonprofit Skills Day at the Museum Part II: Nonprofit Simulation Ad Copywriting for the New Media Entertainment Reporting for the New Media Sports Writing for the New Media A Midsummer Night’s Dream Dreams & Interpretations Fiction Writing From Pearl Harbor to Hiroshima Introduction to Chanoyu Beginning Chanoyu Introduction to Equine Studies Introduction to Reiki Liberty or Death OTHER INFORMATION 23 Evening Degree Completion 24 Summer Sessions 25 Substance Abuse Counselor 26 Corporate Training Solutions 27 Business Training Space Available 28 Courses for Teachers 29 OLLI@Pacific 30 Unit & Registration Information 31 Courses by Date 33 Campus & CPCE Off Campus Site Maps Classes with this symbol throughout the catalog indicate an ‘in class’ course. All other classes are online. Scan the QR Code with your smartphone to view our website. 2 Visit go.pacific.edu/cpceregister and choose the button that’s right for you. PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS Business Research Certificate 4.8 CEUs (Each course is 1.6 CEUs) $495 For business professionals, entrepreneurs, and anyone who needs specific information about a business! You will get the skills needed to effectively communicate research results to a specific audience for maximum impact and effective decision making. Topics such as market potential, competitive intelligence, standard industry practice, and productivity improvement will be covered. Cathy Boys, Mary Dereshiwsky Courses included are: • Intro. to Business Research UCLP 100 Sept. 3 – 27 • Business Statistics UCLP 101 Oct. 7 – Nov. 1 • Qualitative Business Research UCLP 102 Nov. 4 – 29 Only available as a certificate. 5 CEUs UPLG 025 $729 (Does not include textbooks) You’ll explore advanced and specialized approaches to using the legal resources available in a law library, and elsewhere, including the differences between computer-assisted legal research and hard copy research. Learn how to formulate WESTLAW search queries and effectively and efficiently use WESTLAW and other online legal research methods as timesaving devices in legal research and legal writing. Prerequisite: Successful completion of Paralegal Certificate Course, Part I (Paralegal 1 & 2), the equivalent, or law office experience. See page 10 for dates. Advanced Legal Research & Writing Certificate Business Coaching Certificate 3.2 CEUs (Each course is 1.6 CEUs) $295 Mentoring and coaching have come to be used more frequently in organizations to improve leadership competencies and provide employee support. It has benefits for the employer and employee. Learn skills in the development, implementation, and support of coaching and mentoring programs in your workplace. Take home the much-awaited tool kit you have been searching for to improve employee performance and create a truly rewarding working environment. Marie Johnson, Sherri Restauri Carson, COI Courses included are: • Mentoring and Coaching in the Workplace Level 1 UCLP 025 Sept. 3 – 27 • Mentoring and Coaching in the Workplace Level 2 UCLP 026 Oct. 7 – Nov. 1 Only available as a certificate. NEW! Certificate in Customer Research 3.2 CEUs UCLP 055 $395 Your customers hold the key to your organization’s success and surveys are one of the best ways to find out what your customers want, and how they want it. Too many surveys ask people the wrong questions. Discover who to survey, what questions to ask, and the key to getting a higher response to your surveys. This hard-hitting practical course will yield a huge ROI for your organization. Whether you need to analyze profitability, satisfaction, service or all three, this course will generate thousands of dollars in increased sales, greater efficiency, or more effectiveness. Includes a personal FREE critique of one of your surveys! William Draves Sept. 3 – Oct. 25 The tells you where to go to register for the class you want. 3 Non-credit courses PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS Certificate in Customer Service 3.2 CEUs (Each course is 1.6 CEUs) $245 Outstanding customer service is essential for all organizations. With increased technology, human interaction with customers becomes all the more important. Whether it relates to retaining customers, serving your audience, or turning inquiries from potential customers into sales, good customer service is now one of the central factors in organizational success. Learn to improve your customer service skills to enhance your career skill set, improve productivity, and increase your organization’s success. Nanette Sanders-Cobb, Fred Bayley Courses included are: • Keys to Customer Service UCLP 044 Sept. 3 – 27 $145 • Extraordinary Customer Service UCLP 045 Oct. 7 – Nov. 1 $145 Complete certificate $245 Certificate in Human Resource Management Certificate in Entrepreneurship 3 CEUs / 14 HRCI Credits $399 An effective human resource management strategy is a valuable asset to any company but those running small businesses often cannot justify designating a full-time HR professional to manage employee relations, compensation, policy-making, performance management, and employee appraisals. This suite of courses will teach you the basics of managing the benefits and policies that support an effective staff. Each self-paced course offers an assortment of interactive exercises, videos, selected readings, case studies, and self-assessments that will engage you and structure your learning about human resource management. The course has no textbooks or prerequisites. Courses may be taken individually. Courses included are: • Compensation (.5 CEUs/3.5 HRCI) UMDE 143 51 (10667) $79 • Employee Selection (.5 CEUs/3 HRCI) UMDE 141 51 (10668) $79 • Equal Employment Opportunity (.5 CEUs/2.5 HRCI) UMDE 142 51 (10669) $79 • Introduction to Human Resource Management (.5 CEUs) UMDE 140 51 (10670) $79 • Performance Management (.5 CEUs/3 HRCI) UMDE 144 51 (10671) $79 • Talent Management and Career Development (.5 CEUs/2 HRCI) UMDE 145 51 (10672) $79 Complete certificate $399 Start anytime - up to 6 months to complete. 2.1 CEUs (Each course is .4 CEUs, except Business Law for Enrepreneurs, .5 CEUs) $599 Entrepreneurship has become a fast-growing field of study as many individuals contemplate starting a new venture or establishing their own business, especially during these turbulent economic times. You will learn the fundamental business training needed for your business to grow successfully through the use of selected readings, video, interactive exercises, and case studies. Each self-paced and web-based course is ideally suited for adult professionals. Courses included are: • Introduction to Entrepreneurship UMDE 100 51 (10734) $129 • Leadership / Management for Entrepreneurs UMDE 101 51 (10735) $129 • Strategic Marketing for Entrepreneurs UMDE 102 51 (10736) $129 • Accounting and Finance for Entrepreneurs UMDE 103 51 (10737) $129 • Business Law for Entrepreneurs UMDE 104 51 (10738) $129 Complete certificate $599 Start anytime - up to 6 months to complete. 4 Visit go.pacific.edu/cpceregister and choose the button that’s right for you. PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS Certificate in Nonprofit Management Certificate in International Trade 20 CEUs (Each course is 5 CEUs) $999 Prepare your small business to gain a strong background in the global market. Courses are self-paced and web-based. This certificate prepares you to take the NASBITE (North American Small Business International Trade Educators) Certified Global Business Professional exam to become a nationally recognized Certified Global Business Professional. For more information on NASBITE, go to: www.nasbite.org. A certificate will be awarded upon completion of all modules. Each module takes approximately 50 hours to complete. You don’t have to take all four modules; you can register for just one or any combination. Courses included are: • International Marketing UMDE 150 51 (10691) $299 • International Management UMDE 151 51 (10692) $299 • International Supply Chain Management UMDE 152 51 (10694) $299 • International Trade Finance UMDE 153 51 (10693) $299 Complete certificate $999 Start anytime - up to 6 months to complete. 4 CEUs (Each course is .5 CEUs) $699 This online certificate program introduces learners to key current management issues for nonprofit organizations. Fundraising, board and volunteer development, budgeting, reading financial statements, leadership, marketing, and setting strategic direction are all addressed. Video commentary on these crucial topics will give you insight into how nonprofit professionals apply key concepts in their own organizations. Each self-paced course offers an assortment of interactive exercises, videos, selected readings, case studies, and self-assessments that will engage and help you practice effective decision making in a nonprofit setting. The courses have no textbooks or prerequisites. Courses included are: • Budgeting in a Nonprofit Organization UMDE 110 51 (10739) $79 • Capital Campaigns UMDE 111 51 (10740) $79 • Fundraising for Nonprofit Organizations UMDE 112 51 (10741) $150 • How to Read a Nonprofit Financial Statement UMDE 113 51 (10742) $79 • Leadership in a Nonprofit Organization UMDE 114 51 (10743) $99 • Nonprofit Board and Volunteer Development UMDE 115 51 (10744) $150 • Principles of Marketing for Nonprofit Organizations UMDE 116 51 (10745) $79 • Strategy for Nonprofit Organizations UMDE 117 51 (10746) $79 Complete certificate $699 Start anytime - up to 6 months to complete. The tells you where to go to register for the class you want. 5 PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS 4.8 CEUs (Each course is 1.6 CEUs) $495 Presentation media are keys to communication, sales, speeches, and any other effective presentations today. Find out how to use Prezi, the new slide software that goes beyond one-dimensional presentations and the finer points of Photoshop for presentations. Then discover the design elements to create visual presentations for success using any media. You will come away with the latest, most advanced practical and design knowledge in presentation media. Kimba Green, Dan Hood, Jenna Soard Courses included are: • Prezi! Sept. 3 – 27 UCLP 066 $195 • Photoshop for Presentations Oct. 7 – Nov. 1 UCLP 062 $195 • Creating Visual Presentations Nov. 4 – 29 UCLP 067 $195 Complete certificate $495 Certificate in Presentation Media NEW! Certificate in Online Teaching 4.8 CEUs (Each course is 1.6 CEUs) $495 From building to improving an online course, fostering online discussion to encouraging student interaction, traditional assessment to online tests, this program will give you both the fundamentals of teaching online as well as the most advanced tips and techniques in the business. Get the best instruction from the foremost authorities in online learning! William A. Draves, Rita Marie Conrad, Rena Palloff, Keith Pratt Courses included are: • Advanced Teaching Online Oct. 21 – 25 UCLP 115 $195 • Designing Online Instruction Nov. 4 – 8 UCLP 116 $195 • Building Online Learning Communities Dec. 9 – 13 UCLP 117 $195 Classes do not need to be taken in order. Certificate in Online Teaching (requires completion of all three classes) $495 Certificate with Certified Online Instructor designation* UCLP 118 $795 Certificate in Teaching Adults *Certified Online Instructor requires students to take a 50-question exam, have students evaluate one of their courses, plus the faculty member critiques the class. Students must register for online teaching classes four days prior to course start date. 3.2 CEUs UCLP 119 $295 This is your invitation to join in one of the most important functions in life - passing on knowledge and skills to others. It is both an opportunity and a responsibility. Whether you want to or currently do teach others, in any setting, formally or informally, this course is for you. You will gain both fundamental and advanced information to improve your teaching. Your lead instructor is the author of How to Teach Adults, a best-selling book on the subject. The ebook version is included in the course. William A. Draves, Kassia Dellabough Sept. 3 – Oct. 25 6 Visit go.pacific.edu/cpceregister and choose the button that’s right for you. PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS Content Engineering Certificate Program Certified Webinar Planner 6 Academic Units $1990 Content is key to business; the creation and optimization of that content is critical for your success. Five years ago it was NEW! common to divide the roles of content creation and business measurement into two different jobs, resulting in the classic left-brain vs. rightbrain gap. However, times have changed and any enlightened business will tell you today that creativity without measurable business results is a waste of time. You have to produce quality, creative, and captivating content while increasing your bottom line – and you have to do it with half the staff. Application Procedures: Students must APPLY online for this program (500 world essay and transcripts required). Due to the intense writing component, you must have a minimum of an AA Degree or instructor approval. The certificate program is two 8 week courses. Content Engineering I: Content Research, Creation, and Targeting • Intro to Content Engineering, Professional Writing Concepts • Web Content Topic Research • Understanding Web Traffic • Accurate, Useful, and Targeted Content • Digital Video Production, YouTube 101 • Traditional Advertising to 21st Century • Social Media Marketing, Using Google Analytics • Advanced Video Production and Optimized YouTube Strategies Graham Howes Oct. 14 – Dec. 8 XENG 080 $995 Content Engineering II: Content Optimization and Analysis • Bringing Your Content and Analytics Up to Speed • The A/B Test for Content • The A/B Test for Marketing Campaigns • Developing a Social Media Campaign • Experimenting with Web Traffic • Search Engine Optimization (SEO) • Advanced Google Analytics, Funnels, and Conversion Goals • Trends in Web Content: Future Business Models for Web Content Prerequisite: XENG 080 Content Engineering I Graham Howes Feb. 10 – Mar. 3, 2014 XENG 081 $995 3.2 CEUs UCLP 160 $795 Finally you can acquire the best professional development in webinar planning, plus get the option of being recognized for your knowledge by becoming a Certified Webinar Planner (CWP). Virtual meetings are distance seminars and education featuring audio, slides, and video in a synchronous format. They include webinars, webcasts, video casts, two-way web cams, and other audio and video formats. Discover the various synchronous distance meeting formats available and learn about the best technology and instructional techniques for design. Acquire the skills to plan, budget, price, and market your webinars. Includes certification exam to receive CWP designation. William A. Draves, Suzanne Kart One 10 week program with three sections: • Webinar Technology • Keys to Effective Design of Webinars • Managing Webinars Sept. 9 – Nov. 15 Only available as a certificate. 4.8 CEUs (Each course is 1.6 CEUs) $495 Get fundamental and advanced instruction in eMarketing, including improving email promotions, analyzing your web site traffic, doing search engine optimization, and how to successfully employ online advertising. With no eMarketing experience or expertise necessary, this certificate is relevant for any type of organization. If you are already at an advanced level, your instructors can provide the latest and most advanced information to answer your toughest questions. Dan Belhassen, Susan Hurrell Courses included are: • Improving Email Promotions Sept. 3 – 27 UCLP 105 • Boosting Your Website Traffic Oct. 7 – Nov. 1 UCLP 106 • Online Advertising Nov. 4 – 29 UCLP 107 Complete certificate $195 $195 $195 $495 eMarketing Essentials Certificate The tells you where to go to register for the class you want. 7 PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS Legal Secretary Certificate 4.8 CEUs UPLG 045 $575 (Does not include text books) Learn what it takes to be a Legal Secretary in this fast paced certificate program covering topics such as: legal terminology and process; jurisdiction and venue; ethics; written communications including letters, pleadings, discovery, notices, and motions; filing procedures, billing and accounting; time management; records management; an overview of commonly used word and data processing programs; legal research; memoranda preparation; and citation format. Designed for both beginning and experienced secretaries who are interested in improving their skills and working more efficiently within the law office! See page 10 for dates. 4.8 CEUs (Each course is 1.6 CEUs) $495 Twitter, LinkedIn, and Facebook link millions of companies and organizations with their customer and clients. Come away with both an understanding of these social networks and practical, how-to techniques to integrate social networks into your organization or business. The instructors are outstanding practitioners who speak, write, and train others on social networks. Suzanne Kart, Jennifer Selke Courses included are: • Twitter Sept. 3 – 27 UCLP 056 $195 • Facebook for Business Oct. 7 – Nov. 1 UCLP 053 $245 • LinkdedIn for Business $195 Nov. 4 – 29 UCLP 068 Complete certificate $495 Managing Social Media Platforms Certificate NEW! NEW! Management Certificate 4.8 CEUs (Each course is 1.6 CEUs) $595 Enhance your management skills through this program for supervisors, managers, and emerging leaders. Nothing creates success like a solid foundation. Discover the keys for effectively managing your employees. Find out how to create clear expectations, engage and motivate employees, and increase your effectiveness. Then learn how to improve your time management and increase productivity. Finally, get the keys to lead and manage different generations in your workplace. Discover what motivates each generation at work, what incentives they respond to, and what messages they value. Sally Klauss, Erin Parnell, Heather Dimitt Courses included are: • Management Boot Camp Sept. 3 – 27 UCLP 011 $295 • Time and Productivity Management Oct. 7 – Nov. 1 UCLP 069 $195 • Managing Generations in the Workplace Nov. 4 – 29 UCLP 072 $175 Complete certificate $595 Managing Telework Certificate 3.2 CEUs (Each course is 1.6 CEUs) $395 Discover the keys to making telecommuting a success for you and your organization. Learn the essentials of supervision critical for both telecommuters and management. Take home the core management practices to supervise telecommuters for a win-win for both employees and your organization. William A. Draves, Julie Coates, Greg Marsello Courses included are: • Keys to Telecommuting Success Sept. 3 – 27 UCLP 120 • Supervising Telecommuters Oct. 7 – Nov. 1 UCLP 121 Complete certificate $195 $245 $395 8 Visit go.pacific.edu/cpceregister and choose the button that’s right for you. PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS 30 CEUs (Each course is 6 CEUs) $1199 Society’s relationship to pets continues to evolve. The majority of people consider their pets to be beloved family members and expect their local animal shelter to work diligently to save the lives of the dogs and cats that enter the facility. This program will provide the knowledge you need to assume a management or leadership role at an open-admission, no-kill animal shelter including program management, community engagement, and shelter operations preparing you for a rewarding career. Bonney Brown, Diane Blankenburg Courses included are: • Leadership Training Strategic Planning for Impact; Analyzing Operations and Decision Making; Managing People & Processes to Achieve Results; Organizational Responsibilities, Structure, and Board of Directors Sept. 2 – Oct. 13 UNSM 005 51 (10098) $250 • Shelter Operations Adoptions; Animal Care Fundamentals; Enrichment; Animal Behavior; Customer Service Oct. 14 – Nov. 24 UNSM 010 51 (10099) $250 • Community Program Development Community Relations; Volunteers; Foster Care; Spay/Neuter; Help Desk; Events Dec. 2 – Jan. 19, 2014 UNSM 015 51 (10100) $250 • Animal Health and Clinic Operations Understanding Shelter Medicine; Basic Animals Health Considerations and Care; Euthanasia Decisions; Clinic Operations Jan. 20 – Mar. 2, 2014 UNSM 020 51 (10101) $250 • Marketing and Development Development Fundamentals; Fundraising Strategies; Marketing Fundamentals; Adoption Promotion; Social Media and Websites; Media Relations Mar. 3 – Apr. 13, 2014 UNSM 025 51 (10102) $250 Complete certificate $1199 No-Kill Animal Shelter NEW! Management Certificate Mobile Marketing Certificate 4.8 CEUs (Each course is 1.6 CEUs) $595 The way consumers are interacting with brands and connecting to the world is changing because of mobile devices. Find out about locationbased marketing, mobile payments, QR codes, applications, and mobile coupons. You will learn how mobile marketing can increase your capabilities to retain current customers and gain new ones. Get step-by-step instructions on how non-technical users can build, deploy, and market smartphone applications across Android, iPhone, and Blackberry platforms. Finally, get the knowledge needed to implement a mobile marketing plan for your organization. Heather Demitt, Dan Belhassen, Susan Hurrell, Simon Salt Courses included are: • Mobile Marketing Sept. 3 – 27 UCLP 061 • Creating Cell Phone Apps for Your Business Oct. 7 – Nov. 1 UCLP 050 • Advanced Mobile Marketing Nov. 4 – 29 UCLP 065 Complete certificate $195 $245 $245 $595 The tells you where to go to register for the class you want. 9 PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS Advanced Paralegal Certificate Courses 4.5 CEUs per course $275 per topic (Does not include textbooks) Build upon the nationally acclaimed Paralegal Certificate Course©, with classes in specialized facets of contemporary law. Students must successfully complete 6 of 15 topics to earn an Advanced Paralegal Certificate. Each topic must be completed in a seven-week session. Up to three Advanced Paralegal Course topics may be taken during a seven-week online session and topics do not have to be taken in any particular order. • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Advanced Legal Research UPLG 100 Alternative Dispute Resolution (Mediation) UPLG 101 Bankruptcy Law UPLG 102 Business Law UPLG 103 Constitutional Law UPLG 104 Criminal Law UPLG 105 Criminal Procedure UPLG 106 Education Law UPLG 107 Estate Planning UPLG 108 Family Law UPLG 109 Immigration Law UPLG 110 Intellectual Property UPLG 111 Real Property Law UPLG 112 Victim Advocacy UPLG 113 Water Law UPLG 114 Paralegal Certificate Program University of the Pacific's Center for Professional and Continuing Education is partnering with The Center for Legal Studies to provide certificates in Legal and Paralegal Studies that can be taken completely online! The Paralegal Certificate Course© 9 CEUs UPLG 001 / UPLG 002 $1189 (Does not include textbooks) • 90-hour, 14-week program (Paralegal I and Paralegal II courses) • Comprehensive training in preparation of working in the challenging and rapidly growing paralegal profession • Designed for those who want to learn more about the American legal system, work in a law office as a paralegal, or prepare themselves to excel during their first year of law school Must register for UPLG 001 Paralegal I and UPLG 002 Paralegal II at the same time. Without any prior degrees or legal experience, most students who wish to be paralegals in the State of California will need to take the Paralegal Certificate Course© and the Advanced Paralegal Certificate Course to be in compliance with California Business and Professions Code §6450. Upon completion of both certificate programs, students will be properly trained to seek employment in any state and students with a bachelor's degree in any subject will be eligible to sit for the National Association of Legal Assistants' Certified Paralegal exam. 2013 & 2014 Sessions for all Legal Certificate Courses: Advanced Legal Research & Writing Cert. (pg. 3) Advanced Paralegal Cert. Courses (pg.10) Legal Secretary Cert. (pg. 8) The Paralegal Cert. Course© (pg.10) Software Essentials for the Law Office Cert. (pg.11) • • • • • Aug. 26 – Oct. 11, 2013 Oct. 21 – Dec. 6, 2013 Jan. 13 – Feb. 28, 2014 Mar. 10 – Apr. 25, 2014 May 5 – Jun. 20, 2014 10 Visit go.pacific.edu/cpceregister and choose the button that’s right for you. PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS Social Media for Business Certificate 4.8 CEUs (Each course is 1.6 CEUs) $495 From Facebook to Twitter, blogging, YouTube, LinkedIn, and more, get in on this exciting and growing way to communicate, market, and serve your customers and clients. Learn how social media is used to develop a twoway communication and marketing strategy for your organization. Then find out what you can and should be doing to develop a plan to integrate social media into your communication and marketing. Suzanne Kart, Jennifer Selke Courses included are: • Introduction to Social Media Sept. 3 – 27 UCLP 125 • Marketing Using Social Media Oct. 7 – Nov. 1 UCLP 126 • Integrating Social Media in Your Organization Nov. 4 – 29 UCLP 127 Complete certificate $195 $195 $195 $495 Software Essentials for the Law Office Certificate 5 CEUs UPLG 035 $729 (Does not include text books) Designed for legal professionals interested in improving their skills and knowledge of commonly used computer technology and programs within the law office. You’ll explore computer operating systems and peripheral devices; time tracking and billing software; database, case management and docket control software; litigation support software; electronic discovery; and trial presentation and graphics software. Hands on exercises will prepare you to work with popular programs such as MS PowerPoint, Practice Master’s Tabs 3, AbacusLaw, Summation iBlaze, Trial Director, and LexisNexis Casemap & TimeMap, as well as understand the common functions and purposes of similar programs. Common billing procedures and payment agreements, accurate time tracking, proper calendar and docketing procedures, as well as the processes involved in electronic discovery, will be addressed through a variety of exercises. In addition, students will be presented with real-life scenarios and asked to identify and examine ethical issues raised by the use of technology in a legal practice. See page 10 for dates. 3.2 CEUs/32 HRCI UCLP 150 $395 Your employees are your most valuable resources. Ensuring the efficiency of your team is the key to success and your most important responsibility. You will learn about effective delegation, performance management, and writing performance reviews. Discuss the specifics of the supervisor’s role and responsibilities, and strategies for improving your overall effectiveness as a leader. Take home practical information along with tips and techniques that can be applied at your job immediately. This program has been approved for 32 HRCI recertification credit hours toward PHR, SPHR, and GPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute. Sally Klauss Sept. 3 ��� Oct. 25 Supervisory and Leadership Certificate Video Marketing Certificate 3.2 CEUs (Each course is 1.6 CEUs) $395 Video marketing is the latest hot new trend. Shoppers who viewed product videos were 144% more likely to add the product to their cart. Video with a good Search Engine Optimization (SEO) has a 53% higher chance of showing up on page one of Google searches. When done correctly video can tell a story, and stories connect people. Video also leads to an emotional trigger that plain text cannot do. Jennifer Selke, Erin Huggins Courses included are: • Video Marketing Sept. 3 – 27 UCLP 063 • YouTube for Business Oct. 7 – Nov. 1 UCLP 057 Complete certificate $245 $245 $395 The tells you where to go to register for the class you want. 11 BUSINESS TRAINING XARS 027 F01 (10664) $295 This popular multi-day workshop is an introductory three-dimensional course designed primarily for pre-dentistry students and current dentists to focus on fine-motor skill development, observation, and critical analysis. While primarily for dental students, this course is open to any student who is interested in developing three-dimensional related skills at the foundational level. Professor Trent Burkett will guide you through projects utilizing sculptural techniques, various media (plaster, clay), and hand tools for carving, planing, and sanding. Trent Burkett Fri. – Sun., Oct. 18 – 20, 10am – 4pm For additional course specific information, please contact Professor Burkett at 209.946.3100. Classes with this symbol indicate an ‘in class’ course. Beginning Pre-dentistry NEW! Micro-Sculpture 1 Academic Unit 1.2 CEUs UBUS 029 F01 (10768) $199 Get the professional edge! Improve your professional image in just four weeks. This course will prepare you for greater success in your current job and beyond! Learn the best strategies for communicating effectively with clients, co-workers, and supervisors. Receive practical, easy-to-follow training on how to create professional emails, presentations, and reports. Find out the 10 biggest grammar mistakes intelligent people don’t know they make and more ways to improve the effectiveness of your messages. This course will give you solutions for maintaining professionalism in the workplace and offer useful tips that will help you put your best foot forward in every situation. Topics include: • How to craft professional emails • Best practices for creating effective presentations and reports • Basic business English and grammar essentials • How to respond to both positive and negative messages in the workplace • Professionalism in social and digital media • The 5 best ways to leave a good impression Becky Perry Wed., Oct. 2 – 24, 6pm – 9pm Business Communications Skills NEW! 1.6 CEUs UCLP 051 $245 Cyber security issues are all around us and reach nearly every part of business and work, from online banking and education, to Facebook and Wi-Fi. Designed for nontechnical managers, directors, and others in the work place, find out about threats and vulnerabilities, safeguards, common attacks, viruses, malware and spyware, disaster recovery planning, intrusion detection/prevention, basic security architecture, introductory forensics, and cyber terrorism. Stan Waddell Oct. 7 – Nov. 1 Cyber Security for Managers Dementia Care 3.2 CEUs UCLP 018 $495 As baby boomers age, the 21st century workforce is challenged to care for an exponentially growing population of persons with dementia. This course provides the essential knowledge and understanding about neurological diseases that affect cognition and memory and the practical application of effective skills for supporting persons with dementia. Pamela K. Atwood Sept. 3 – Oct. 25 12 Visit go.pacific.edu/cpceregister and choose the button that’s right for you. BUSINESS TRAINING Facebook for Business 1.6 CEUs UCLP 053 $245 Would you like to find out what goes on behind the scenes on Facebook Pages and how to increase the chances that your message is seen and acted on? Discover new tools and proven techniques to increase business and expand your reach. Discuss how to adapt your marketing message for the Facebook platform and how to integrate Facebook across all marketing areas. This is an advanced class and assumes you have started a Page on Facebook and have some basic knowledge of the platform. Jennifer Selke Oct. 7 – Nov. 1 1.6 CEUs UCLP 052 $195 Save money and reach more people than inperson meetings! The technology is simple but good webinar presentation techniques are critical. Discover the power of successful webinars for your business organization. Then learn the 4 key strategies to make your webinars more successful. Use them for customer education, staff meetings and training, presentations, virtual seminars, and much more. William Draves Oct. 7 – Nov. 1 Designing Successful Webinars Google Analytics 1.6 CEUs UCLP 054 $195 A must for anyone serious about leveraging more success from their website, you’ll understand your visitor traffic better, learn how to calculate return on investment (ROI) for your online advertising, and find out how to get more conversions and sales from your website visitors. If you are not reviewing your website statistics, then you are missing several key opportunities to profit from your website traffic. Dan Belhassen Oct. 7 – Nov. 1 Introduction to Grant Writing 1.6 CEUs UCLP 070 $195 The rapid growth of online and other digital tools to deliver course materials has opened the door to many possibilities for expanding regular face-to-face courses or developing new ones. Hybrid courses are a great opportunity to reach broader audiences and add rich resources and materials to the learning experience. Whether developing new classes or modifying an existing one, this four-week session will show you how to skillfully blend in seat and online learning. The Hybrid, or “flipped” classroom, encourages students to learn at their own pace while also building on the unique exchanges that can happen both in a face-toface class and online. Kassia Dellabough Nov. 4 – 29 Developing Hybrid Courses NEW! 0.9 CEUs UBUS 025 F01 (10764) $199 Taught by the Port of Stockton’s Grant Writer who has written over $70 million in wining grants, this intensive and interactive program will give you the knowledge and skills to write winning grant proposals. The major topic areas are: • Understanding grants • Finding grants for your organization • Proposal planning and development • Budgeting • Submission • Secrets of winning grants You will come away with the necessary knowledge to identify, write, and submit grants regardless of funding source. Steve Larson Tues., Sept. 10, 17, 24, 5:30-8:30pm The tells you where to go to register for the class you want. 13 BUSINESS TRAINING LinkedIn for Business NEW! 3.2 CEUs UCLP 156 $795 Discover the real-world application of Green Building Design and Construction practices on LEED projects. Prepare yourself for the LEED AP+BD&C accreditation exam that (after passing) will allow you to operate as a successful LEED practitioner on and off job sites. Note: Accreditation exam not included. Summer Gorder Sept. 3 – Oct. 25 LEED AP+BD&C Building Design and Construction 1.6 CEUs UCLP 068 $195 LinkedIn is the most popular business social network and the website for professionals to network, build business relationships, and provide or receive referrals. Most people rarely get beyond setting up a profile, and therefore, miss out on all the advanced features that have come to make LinkedIn so popular. Learn how to set up your personal profile so that it gets noticed by others. Discover how LinkedIn can be used to generate leads, recruit new employees, and find new jobs. This class will cover all the intricacies of LinkedIn to help you create, customize, and optimize your presence on LinkedIn. Jennifer Selke Nov. 4 – 29 Management Boot Camp LEED for Existing Buildings: Operations + Maintenance Exam Preparation NEW! 3.2 CEUs UCLP 071 $795 This course is intended for design, construction and real estate professionals, building owners, and anyone who wants to develop their knowledge in this area. The course will prepare students to earn the LEED for Existing Buildings Operations & Maintenance Accredited Professional (LEED AP O+M) credential from the Green Building Certification Institute. Kelly Gearhart Sept. 3 – Oct. 25 1.6 CEUs UCLP 011 $295 Enhance your management skills through this course for supervisors, managers, and emerging leaders. Discover the keys for effectively managing employees. Find out how to create clear expectations, engage and motivate employees, and increase effectiveness through use of the DiSC personality profile (included). By the end of the course you will be managing like a pro - quickly and with confidence. Sally Klauss Sept. 3 – 27 LEED Green Associate Exam Preparation 3.2 CEUs UCLP 064 $695 Acquire the fundamental concepts of green building, then prepare yourself to take the Green Associate exam and earn the LEED Green Associate credential from the Green Building Certification Institute. This course is intended for design, construction and real estate professionals, building owners, or anyone who wants to develop their knowledge in this area. Kelly Gearheart Sept. 3 – Oct. 25 1.6 CEUs UCLP 072 $175 Generation X balances work, friends, and family. Generation Y, the largest generation in human history, has never known a time when there was not a World Wide Web. They each have very different work styles than the Baby Boomer generation. Get an understanding of both Gen X and Gen Y from an expert who programs and markets to Gen Y. Discover what motivates them at work, incentives they respond to, and messages they value. Heather Demitt Nov. 4 – 29 Managing Generations in the Workplace 14 Visit go.pacific.edu/cpceregister and choose the button that’s right for you. BUSINESS TRAINING Media Buying Strategies 1.6 CEUs UCLP 060 $195 Discover the marketing planning process and clearly delineate the relationship among marketing and media buying decisions. Marketing functions are examined through case analysis to successfully integrate all elements of the media buying process. Come away with the media buying strategies to negotiate with media providers so you can effectively promote your organization and boost sales and profits. Eric Parnell Oct. 7 – Nov. 1 Photoshop for Presentations National Institute for NEW! Social Media (NISM) Social Media Strategist (CSMS) 1.6 CEUs UCLP 062 $195 Acquire the skills necessary to navigate Photoshop’s robust features. You will gain both foundational and advanced training in this popular software package and practice the most commonly used methods to ensure your photos can be used in any setting. Learn the software that the pros use! Dan Hood Oct. 7 – Nov. 1 Practical Math for the Workplace 2.4 CEUs UCLP 073 $245 The NISM Certified Social Media Strategist (CSMS) certification will put you at the forefront of social media in business today. Not only does it provide you with the knowledge and skills you need to become proficient in strategic social media methodologies but it will also prepare you to take the NISM Social Media Strategist certification examination. This course will outline the strategic questions that every business must consider in order to create and implement a social media strategy that will succeed. Prerequisites: UCLP 125 Intro. to Social Media and UCLP 126 Marketing Using Social Media. Kassia Dellabough Sept. 3 – Oct. 11 1.6 CEUs UCLP 035 $145 For anyone interested in acquiring the skills needed to understand and perform common business activities such as payroll, banking, invoicing, and purchasing. Business owners and managers will find this course beneficial in providing insight into the basic mathematical skills and processes needed to perform financial tasks required in the workplace. Required book: Schaum’s Outline-Basic Business Mathematics, Second edition, Eugene Don, Ph.D, Joel Lerner, Ph.D., ISBN 978-0-07-161158-9 Constance Yates Sept. 3 – 27 NEW! Program Evaluation for Nonprofit Professionals Negotiation: Get What You Want 1.6 CEUs UCLP 074 $195 Negotiation is a key skill for success in business and everyday life. Knowing strategies to clarify what you want and how to prioritize needs to ensure you get more of what’s essential. Having the skills to help others get what they want will improve relationships and increase your success. Work with a pro to learn how to plan, implement, and win in the bargaining process. Save time, grow your business and personal network, and gain confidence when dealing with even the shrewdest of deal-makers. Julia King Tamang Nov. 4 – 29 1.6 CEUs UCLP 012 $245 Enhance your understanding of program evaluation within the nonprofit context. Find out how to improve your evaluation planning, data collection, data analysis, and data use. Special attention will be paid to the realworld challenges that organizations may face when conducting evaluation, including staff time, costs, and reporting evaluation results to funders. By the close of the course, you will have a complete program logic model and evaluation plan ready for implementation. Myia Welsh Sept. 3 – 27 The tells you where to go to register for the class you want. 15 BUSINESS TRAINING Classes with this symbol indicate an ‘in class’ course. Self-Publishing eBooks NEW! Project Management Training & PMP® (Project Management Professional) Exam Preparation Course 35 PDUs / 3.5 CEUs UPRM 101 F01 (10763) $1,695 Earn 35 PDUs!! Whether you are planning to update your project management knowledge and skills, or seeking to earn your PMP® certification, this course is intended to help you become a better manager while energizing your career development. Designed to help you master the latest Project Management Body of Knowledge (5th Edition), while preparing you to take the PMP® exam, you’ll gain the knowledge and skills that are vital for success in both a weak and global economy. Required books: A Guide to the Project Management Book of Knowledge By: PMI (Fifth Edition) ISBN # 978-1935589679 and PMP Exam Prep, Seventh Edition: Rita’s Course in a Book for Passing the PMP Exam By: Rita Mulcahy ISBN # 978-1932735413. Linda Evans Tues., Thurs. & Sat.: Oct. 8 – 24 Tues. & Thurs., 6pm – 9:30pm Sat., 8am – 3:30pm 1.6 CEUs UCLP 075 $195 eBooks are becoming more popular than ever. In addition to publishing fiction and nonfiction books, individuals and companies are using eBooks as a way to market products, services, and ideas. Discover what makes a great eBook and how you go about creating, formatting, and publishing your eBook. This class will show you how to add text, photos, illustrations, audio, video, and hyperlinks to websites. Understand the different options you have in self-publishing and distributing your eBook. Come away knowing not only how to make a great eBook but also how to market it. Tim Street Oct. 7 – Nov. 1 Spanish for Medical Professionals Revenue Generation for Nonprofits 3.2 CEUs UCLP 013 $495 Build revenue streams for your nonprofit organization. They are essential not only to keep your doors open but also to expand your services. Discover how to increase revenue from your current activities. Develop strategies for building new ones. Know how to effectively set prices or fees. Understand the 20% that generates 80% of your revenue. These are basic concepts that will yield greater results. Fred Bayley Sept. 3 – Oct. 25 1.6 CEUs UCLP 016 $145 (Approx. $10 additional charge for eBook) Are you frustrated by the communication gap that can occur between you and your Spanish-speaking patients? If so, this Spanish class - designed specifically for healthcare professionals - will help you bridge that gap. You will practice the basic, practical language skills needed to effectively communicate with your Spanish-speaking patients and their families. Learn the basics of the language, gain an understanding of the culture, and know how to ask the questions crucial to quality healthcare. Book Required: McGraw-Hill’s Complete Medical Spanish, Second Edition, ISBN 978-0071664295 Note: for non-eBook users, call for information on the paperback version of the book. Cristina Sempe Oct. 7 – Nov. 1 16 Visit go.pacific.edu/cpceregister and choose the button that’s right for you. BUSINESS TRAINING NEW! Substitute Teacher Preparation 1.6 CEUs UCLP 076 $145 Substitute teaching may be the hardest parttime job you’ll ever love. Understand what it takes to be an effective substitute teacher and how to maximize your value to your students and your school. Find out how to develop a subnotebook, understand classroom management, learn the latest techniques for developing lesson plans, and develop your own portfolio to assist in teaching any class when called. David Reilly Oct. 7 – Nov. 1 Time and Productivity Management NEW! 1.6 CEUs UCLP 069 $195 Time is even more valuable in this century than in the last. How effectively you manage your time and productivity can affect your business and personal life in so many ways. You’ll get tips and techniques you won’t get anywhere else for managing time and increasing productivity. Whether you are managing your own time or others’ time, come away with proven tips to put into practice on Monday morning. Erin Parnell Oct. 7 – Nov. 1 Twitter The Business Plan 1.6 CEUs UCLP 017 $195 Discover the basics of the entrepreneurial planning process culminating in the development of an early-stage business plan. By preparing your business concept, building your plan, and evaluating your business for feasibility, you gain knowledge critical for business start-up and development. A practical, hands-on approach encourages you to immerse yourself in the vision, research, and planning aspects of your new venture. Mary Beth Izard Nov. 4 – 29 1.6 CEUs UCLP 056 $195 Twitter is a hot social media platform these days – and everyone seems to be using it. You will learn the best way to take advantage of the unique opportunities Twitter offers – and discover how to create relationships and network with your key constituents. Suzanne Kart Sept. 3 – 27 1.6 CEUs UCLP 014 $295 Understanding yourself and others will help increase overall effectiveness at work, home, and in all relationships. Learn how to improve your communication with others, convey your ideas effectively, and improve your ability to understand what is important to those who don’t share the same style. Course fee includes your own DiSC Behavioral Personality Profile assessment and review. Sally Klauss Oct. 7 – Nov. 1 Using Personality Profiles for Better Work Performance The tells you where to go to register for the class you want. 17 PERSONAL ENRICHMENT You can take online classes anytime, anywhere! Start anytime – up to 6 months to complete! Registration must include a current email. Introduction to Personal Creativity 1 Academic Unit XMDE 030 51 (10141) $155 You’ll be surprised at how creative you can be! You will review the major academic thinking on creativity, as well as learn how to unlock the creativity within yourself through a series of fun activities and techniques. See how high creativity can take you! Introduction to Critical Thinking 1 Academic Unit XMDE 020 51 (10138) $155 Come put your critical thinking skills to work! This fun and interactive course gives you background for understanding the role of applied reasoning and logic in problem solving. You will be able to assess your own critical thinking aptitude while learning how to define critical thinking and identify what’s been stopping you. Creativity in Teams and Organizations 1 Academic Unit XMDE 031 51 (10142) $155 When you work in groups, do you have a hard time coming up with new ideas? Drawing on the latest academic thinking, you will learn the key factors for developing creative teams that generate fresh ideas. Discover what creativity can do for you and your teams! Prerequisite: XMDE 030 Intro. to Personal Creativity. Developing Critical Thinking Skills 1 Academic Unit XMDE 021 51 (10139) $155 What are the key critical thinking skills? How can you develop and master them? This interactive course will help you to effectively recognize issues, identify conclusions, weigh evidence, and evaluate arguments. You’ll hone your new-found skills through a series of fun exercises. Come and develop those critical thinking muscles! Prerequisite: XMDE 020 Intro. to Critical Thinking. Applying Critical Thinking in Practice 1 Academic Unit XMDE 022 51 (10140) $155 How can critical thinking be applied to your life? You will review the basics of problem solving, look at how critical thinkers apply their skills in different disciplines, and explore the role of analysis and evaluation and the connection to clear thinking and writing. Come learn how critical thinking can put you on the fast track to success! Prerequisite: XMDE 020 Intro. to Critical Thinking. Innovation in Organizations 1 Academic Unit XMDE 032 51 (10143) $155 Apple, Google, and 3M are companies that often lead the way in corporate innovation. How do they do it? You’ll review the latest academic advancements on innovation, including Clay Christensen’s seminal thinking on disruptive technology and the proper response. Come learn the tools needed for innovation and see how far you can go! Prerequisite: XMDE 030 Intro. to Personal Creativity. 18 Visit go.pacific.edu/cpceregister and choose the button that’s right for you. PERSONAL ENRICHMENT Day at the Museum Part I: Honing Your Nonprofit Skills 2 Academic Units XMDE 060 51 (10147) $310 Interested in doing good work in the nonprofit sector? Through readings, video, and exercises, you will explore leadership, strategic planning, fund raising, volunteer development, budgeting, and marketing. Take this class to learn the key management issues and latest thinking needed to become an effective, productive, and strategic nonprofit leader. Leading Change 1 Academic Unit XMDE 041 51 (10145) $155 Is there a change that you would like to see occur in an organization around you? Are you tired of waiting for changes that never happen? Learn the key issues people face in a dynamic environment when trying to enact change. By understanding the steps needed to affect change and learning how to overcome resistance, see how you can successfully lead change. Learn to be the change you want to see! Leading Teams 1 Academic Unit XMDE 040 51 (10144) $155 Teams are everywhere. How well they work depends on you. Discover the key issues surrounding leadership in a team and how leaders account for the special and unique circumstances surrounding different types of teams. When responsibility, accountability, communication, and leadership are shared amongst members of the group everyone needs to know how to lead. Come discover how you can make teams work for you! Day at the Museum Part II: Nonprofit Simulation 1 Academic Unit XMDE 061 51 (10148) $155 Put your new nonprofit skills to work at the Courtney Museum! After Day at the Museum Part I, this eSimulation is designed to challenge you while exploring real-world issues encountered by nonprofit managers. Assume the role of executive director of the troubled Courtney Museum and handle a series of personnel, marketing, financial, and community relations issues. As you make decisions an adaptive scoreboard reflects the impact of your actions and video commentary will explore the consequences of choosing different paths for reviving the Museum. Prerequisite: XMDE 060 Day at the Museum Part I. Journalism 101 1 Academic Unit XMDE 050 51 (10146) $155 Are you thinking about becoming a journalist? Then you need to know the principles and practices of journalism in the United States. We will cover topics such as objectivity, critical thinking, ethics, and journalistic best standards, as well as what constitutes news, news gathering, and the emergence of new forms of journalism (including blogs and citizen journalism). Start using that nose for news today! System Requirements: Operating System: Windows 98 or newer, Mac OS 9.2 or higher, Linux/Unix (any recent version). Hardware: 400 Mhz or faster CPU, 128 MB RAM, video card, sound card and headphones or speakers (some assignments have audio components) For more information on whether your computer is capable of running these courses visit www.pacific. edu/cpce. The tells you where to go to register for the class you want. 19 PERSONAL ENRICHMENT Take a class from Pacific Faculty completely online! All classes are open enrollment. Classes with this symbol indicate an ‘in class’ course. Ad Copywriting for the New Media 1 or 2 Academic Units 1 Unit $140 XCOM 044 51 (10153) XCOM 044 52 (10154) 2 Units $280 When was the last time you logged onto Facebook without seeing an advertisement? How can you differentiate yourself from everybody else out there? With vast amounts of information at your fingertips, the internet has fundamentally changed the way that people and businesses advertise. Developing skills for effective communication and online creativity are essential to reaching customers in an extremely competitive environment. Alan Ray A Midsummer Night’s Dream The Course of True Love Never Runs Smooth 1 Academic Unit XENG 055 F01 (10760) $130 You think you have relationship problems? Follow the story of two young couples as they leave the rigid atmosphere of Athens and enter the forest where their lives become magically transformed by Oberon, king of the fairies, and his mischievous court jester, Puck. Experience love potions, mistaken identities, and a man with the head of a donkey in one of Shakespeare’s most popular and widely performed works! Required book included in price. Nanci Lesley Sat. & Sun., Nov. 9 & 10, 9am – 5:30pm 1 or 2 Academic Units XCOM 042 51 (10151) 1 Unit $140 XCOM 042 52 (10152) 2 Units $280 Gain an understanding of the most effective strategies for producing features, news stories, and commentary for such new media as Facebook and Twitter. Strengthen your resume while developing the skills essential to reaching professionals and followers in an extremely competitive environment. Alan Ray Entertainment Reporting for the New Media Sports Writing for the New Media 1 or 2 Academic Units XCOM 040 51 (10149) 1 Unit $140 XCOM 040 52 (10150) 2 Units $280 With the invention of blogging communities, Facebook, and Twitter, sports writing has completely changed in the last decade and developing skills needed for effective online writing is essential to reaching sports enthusiasts all over the world. Gain an understanding of the most effective strategies for producing features, news stories, and commentary for the web as well as strengthen your resume. Alan Ray Dreams & Interpretations I Had the Weirdest Dream! 1 Academic Unit XREL 025 F01 (10759) $125 Sleeping to dream? Do dreams come from some higher intelligence? Explore dream interpretation from cultures all over the world including Judeo-Christian, Buddhist, Native American, and ancient Celtic societies. Learn how to connect with your own dreams, receive their messages, and use them for your own personal growth and development. Tanya Storch Sat. & Sun., Nov. 2 & 3, 9:30am – 6pm 20 Visit go.pacific.edu/cpceregister and choose the button that’s right for you. PERSONAL ENRICHMENT Introduction to Chanoyu Fiction Writing NEW! Tea Ceremony A Practical Guide from Concept to Publication 2 Academic Units or Non-Credit XEDU 035 F01 (10753) 2 Units $226 XEDU 035 FN1 (10754) Non-Credit $95 Designed as a workshop for people interested in developing writing skills in any genre, we will explore the elements of literature such as plot, character, setting, symbolism, dialogue, and attempt to apply what we study to our own writing. Submitting manuscripts for publication will be encouraged, and the process explained, but attempting to publish will not be required. Come to gain an understanding of the craft of fiction, gain discipline in setting and meeting goals for your writing, and to learn how to edit and revise to produce coherent, polished, and stimulating prose. Required book included in price. Scott Evans, Robin Burcell Mon., Sept. 16 – Nov. 18, 6pm – 9pm 1 Academic Unit or Non-Credit XLNG 015 F01 (10755) 1 Unit $175 XLNG 015 FN1 (10756) Non-Credit $145 Are you interested in learning Chanoyu (Tea Ceremony) with traditional Japanese culture, history, and language? You will explore the fundamental philosophy in Chanoyu that originated from Zen Buddhism and the art of tea, such as the methods of tea preparation and the manner of serving and receiving. Terri Takahashi Thurs., Oct. 10 – Nov. 14, 6pm – 9pm Beginning Chanoyu Tea Ceremony Non-Credit XLNG 025 FN1 (10757) $120 A course made specifically for those who have completed Introduction to Chanoyu. Continue exploring the fundamental philosophy in Chanoyu that originated from Zen Buddhism and the art of tea. Prerequisite: Introduction to Chanoyu Terri Takahashi Thurs., Oct. 10 – Nov. 14, 6pm – 9pm From Pearl Harbor to Hiroshima The Second World War Through Japanese Eyes 1 Academic Unit XHIS 042 F01 (10761) $150 Learn about the war in the Pacific from a relatively unknown perspective, that of the Japanese. Through a series of films, lectures, and eyewitness accounts, you will journey with the Japanese Navy to Pearl Harbor, travel across the sands of Iwo Jima, sail with kamikazes, and witness up close the horrifying effects of the Atomic Bomb. History is often written by the victors and rarely by the vanquished. George Yagi, Jr. Sat. & Sun., Nov. 16 & 17, 10am – 6:30pm The tells you where to go to register for the class you want. 21 PERSONAL ENRICHMENT Classes with this symbol indicate an ‘in class’ course. Introduction to Equine Studies INDEPENDENT STUDY 2 Academic Units XACT 090 F01 (10752) $300 This course is for members of the community who are interested in improving their equine skills and experiences. All sites are off campus and attendees must have access to transportation. Please contact instructor at email@example.com for more information. Instructor permission is required for enrollment. Margaret Ciccolella Self Paced Liberty or Death NEW! The American Revolution 1 Academic Unit XHIS 054 F01 (10762) $150 As British soldiers advance across the Atlantic to suppress a smoldering revolt, a defiant politician named Patrick Henry urged his fellow colonists towards war with the immortal words, “Give me liberty, or give me death!” Through a series of films, lectures, and firsthand accounts the tumultuous times of the America Revolution will come to life. Join colonists as they dump tea in Boston Harbor, witness the first shots of the war fired at Lexington and Concord, travel with Washington across the frozen Delaware River, and view the unfolding civil war that erupts as not all Americans were patriots. George Yagi, Jr. Sat. & Sun., Nov. 23 & 24, 10:00am – 6:30pm Introduction to Reiki Spirituality and Healing 1 Academic Unit XREL 032 F01 (10758) $125 Come explore the exciting world of alternative wellness! Developed in 19th century Japan, and spreading to the United States shortly after World War II, Reiki is believed to work with the human body, mind, and soul to create a healing effect. Study the history, philosophical principles, and practical applications of this holistic method and understand why people are turning to Reiki. Tanya Storch Sat. & Sun., Oct. 26 & 27, 9:30am – 6pm 22 Visit go.pacific.edu/cpceregister and choose the button that’s right for you. EVENING DEGREE PROGRAM in Organizational Behavior We Finished What We Started and You Can Too! Reduced Tuition! The Evening Degree Completion Program is designed to meet the work schedules of adult learners wanting to earn their Bachelor of Science degree in Organizational Behavior. A new cohort begins every fall term focusing on those talents and skills that leaders need in order to succeed and thrive in today’s knowledge economy. Classes run from 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. on Tuesday and Thursday nights and are held at the Center for Professional and Continuing Education located at 1776 W. March Lane, Suite 290, Stockton, California. Students have the ability to: • Learn from the best with world-class Pacific faculty • Enroll in evening classes, two nights per week • Complete your degree in as little as 20 months with our accelerated format • Take advantage of support services for adult students • Achieve your lifetime goal! The University of the Pacific is pleased to announce a special reduction in the tuition rate for the Evening Degree Completion Bachelors Program in Organizational Behavior. Class of 2013 “Nothing can and should hold you back from achieving your goals. You are the ultimate captain of your ship. Don’t let your fears or anyone hold you back. My thing is everything happens for a reason. If you haven’t finished what you started, then you are meant to finish here at Pacific’s Organizational Behavior program because the program applies to every field you want, and it teaches you to be a great leader.” ~Chan S., 2013 Grad Admission into the program is based on an evaluation of official transcripts from regionally accredited universities and colleges. All applicants should meet the following requirements: • Completion of at least 60 semester units of credit (70 preferred) • A minimum grade point average (GPA) of 2.50 • Completion of the University of the Pacific’s general education requirements Pacific’s Bachelor of Science in Organizational Behavior gives you the critical thinking, leadership, human resources, financial management, and decision-making skills required to lead companies in the 21st century. Finish what you started at a community college or another school with our flexible, relevant, and challenging degree completion program. For more information call 209.946.2424 or email firstname.lastname@example.org 23 Come back to School Take a class on Pacific’s Beautiful Campus! Classes are open to Everyone! Don’t Receive 15% Off! miss out. Fall in-seat classes start Sept. 16th! • • • • • • • Beginning Pre-dentistry Micro-Sculpture Business Communications Skills Introduction to Grant Writing Project Management Training & PMP® (Project Management Professional) Exam Preparation Course • A Midsummer Night’s Dream • Dreams & Interpretations • Fiction Writing • From Pearl Harbor to Hiroshima: The Second World War Through Japanese Eyes • Introduction to Chanoyu: Tea Ceremony • Beginning Chanoyu: Tea Ceremony • Introduction to Equine Studies • Introduction to Reiki • Liberty or Death: The American Revolution Pacific Alumni SUMMER SESSIONS 2014 Save with Reduced Tuition in Summer! Watch for the 2014 Summer Sessions Catalog coming in March! Whether in Class or Online, Pacific Summer Courses are a Great Way to Spend the Summer, Get Ahead, and Save Money! Three 5 week sessions to choose from: Classes I May 5 - June 6 are open to Everyone! II June 9 - July 11 III July 14 - August 15 The Summer Sessions catalog will also be available online at 24 www.pacific.edu/cpce SUBSTANCE ABUSE COUNSELOR University of the Pacific’s Substance Abuse Counselor Certificate Program (SACCP) provides the knowledge and experience to get you certified in substance abuse counseling. Our program meets the educational and training requirements established by the State of California Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs. Curriculum and training stress a complete spectrum of treatment focusing on issues involving the individual, the family, the community and the environment, relapse prevention, short and long term effects of substance abuse, and techniques for improving quality of life. Our program consists of 22 units of instruction taken sequentially in either the classroom or completely online. Our goal is to give students the skills necessary to become employable in the field of drug and alcohol recovery, as well as provide the knowledge needed to pass your state’s certification exams. Certificate Program 2013 Substance Abuse Counselor Certificate Program Graduates The Substance Abuse Counselor Certificate Program helped me obtain my goal of becoming a counselor. The small class size and individual care I received are second to none! After completion of the course and internship I was ready for the workforce. I am happy to report I now work as a counselor at Healthy Connections in Stockton. It is all because of the instruction I received while in attendance of this fantastic program. Lisa V. 2009 Alum The Substance Abuse Counselor Certificate Program is now more flexible than ever with our online delivery! Enjoy experienced faculty and a collaborative learning environment. Classes can be taken online from anywhere in the world. Topics include: • Assessment • Treatment planning • Client education • Case management • Crisis intervention • Community resources • Individual & group counseling Students take 2 classes at a time. Each online course runs 2 to 4 weeks and coursework can be completed at your leisure. In addition to the coursework, students are required to complete 255 hours of supervised internship. OFFERED ON CAMPUS & ONLINE! Cohorts start in January and July! Please visit our website for more information and to complete an application: www.pacific.edu/cpce 25 BUSINESS TRAINING Corporate Training Solutions Customized Training Specifically for Your Company’s Needs As part of the University of the Pacific, the Center for Professional and Continuing Education has the ability to draw from the vast experience of the University’s faculty to teach specific subject areas. In addition, many courses are taught by working professionals currently considered experts in their respective fields and industries. Put the power of the University of the Pacific to work for your company. The Center for Professional and Continuing Education can create and deliver fully customized corporate training solutions for all types of companies and organizations. Our results oriented training programs increase employee productivity and improve your company’s ability to increase revenue and profitability and reduce costs. Customized options include: • Leadership and Supervision • Business Writing and Communications • Project Management • Sales & Marketing • Strategic Planning • Customer Service • Succession Planning • LEAN Operations • Conflict Resolution • …And many more Give your company and employees the Pacific Advantage! “The Frontline Leadership Program was a phenomenal success especially in awakening our frontline managers on the fundamental leadership principles that every leader must possess to be effective. The facilitator created an easy and comfortable atmosphere that encouraged participants to interact and share their insights. This foundational course is an excellent class for both new and seasoned managers.” Grace L. Patricio, CPLP, Vice President Learning and Development Officer Bank of Stockton 2013 Bank of Stockton Training Class For additional information please call 209.946.2424 or e-mail email@example.com 26 Business Training Space Available! Center for Professional & Continuing Education Video Conferencing Available! University of the Pacific’s Center for Professional & Continuing Education (CPCE) — located at 1776 West March Lane, Suite 290, Stockton, CA, — provides business, civic, and governmental organizations an easily accessible, user-friendly, completely wireless, high-tech meeting environment. Whether your business is for-profit or not, volunteer or professional, CPCE is the place where organizations and associations gather to discuss their work, learn best practices, and strategize for the future. CPCE has four training rooms equipped with Interactive Smart Boards or Smart Televisions with electronic ink, capture, and white boarding capabilities. The computer lab accommodates up to 20 work stations. Software can be added to each computer to assist in your presentation or training session. If you would like further information regarding our training rooms or wish to reserve one for future use, please contact: Dave Hamlett, Associate Director of Operations, Center for Professional & Continuing Education 209.946.2424, firstname.lastname@example.org 27 COURSES FOR TEACHERS V iew Catalog Online 2014 Catalog Available in April! PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT VESI Online/CD Rom Courses Advanced Classroom Management Attention Deficit Disorder Autism & Aspergerâ€™s Disorder Behavior is Language Child Abuse Drugs & Alcohol in School Educational Assessment Ethics & Safety in Education Harassment, Bullying & Cyber-Intimidation in Schools Learning Disabilities Inclusion Reading & Writing in the Content Areas Talented and Gifted Teaching Diversity Teaching Elementary Math Conceptually Traumatized Child Try DI! Planning & Preparing a Differential Instruction Program Understanding Aggression Violence in Schools Why DI? An Introduction to Differentiated Instruction Early Childhood Series Infant & Toddler Mental Health Family-Centered Services Program Planning Observation & Assessment Typical & Atypical Development Curriculum Development INET4 Learning Curriculum Enrichment Natural History Outdoor Excursions Getting Off to a Good Start (GOTAGS) Classroom Organization & Management Program (COMP) Summer Institutes EF Educational Tours Teacher Sandbox Our courses are designed to meet professional development needs of educators for career and salary advancement. These classes are not applicable to a degree at Pacific but can be transferred at the discretion of your institution. More courses and full course descriptions are available online! Reading Fundamentals Series An Intro. to Scientifically-Based Research Laying the Foundation Elements of Effective Reading District approval is recommended before enrolling. An official transcript is available from Pacific upon successful completion of coursework. Center for Professional & Continuing Education 28 209.946.2424 800.959.5376 www.pacific.edu/cpce Intellectual Fun for People Over 50! OLLI@PACIFIC learn SIMPLY FOR THE JOY OF IT Talk to any OLLI@Pacific member and you will hear about the fascinating array of topics, the quality and passion of the course leaders and lecturers, and the variety of active, thinking people you’ll meet. No homework! No tests! No grades! do WHAT INTERESTS YOU Classes and activities span interests ranging from art to computer technology, theater, jazz, history and world views to memoir writing, science and literature. enjoy being a lifelong learner Classes begin September 23. Call for our Fall 2013 catalog. Gift Memberships are Available! OLLI@Pacific Active Members enjoy: • • • • • • Unlimited enrollment in regular OLLI lectures Discount tickets to Pacific Athletics and Performing Arts Access to Pacific Alumni International Travel programs Discount Baun Fitness Center membership Full Pacific Library privileges On-campus parking and more CONVENIENT LOCATIONS IN STOCKTON AND LODI For More Information call 209.946.7658 or online www.go.pacific.edu/olli 29 unit information Professional Development Units (PDUs) Post-baccalaureate professional development (9000-9999 level) coursework designed specifically for graduate level educators and administrators. Semester units (hours) of non-degree graduate level credit are awarded for successful completion of coursework. In addition, these courses will be listed on a University transcript. Continuing Education Units (CEUs) Continuing Education Units were established by a national task force of educational associations and are intended for use where employers, re-licensing agencies or others require a specified number of hours of study, and noncredit study is acceptable for fulfillment of those requirements. One CEU is awarded for each ten hours of contact participation. CPCE is an approved continuing education provider for the California Board of Behavioral Sciences (Provider #PCE 760), the California Board of Registered Nursing (Provider #4128) and the California Association of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselors (Provider #5-91-2660799). University of the Pacific is also a Registered Education Provider through the Project Management Institute (R.E.P. Provider ID 2091), which authorizes CPCE to grant CEUs/ PDUs for any Project Management coursework completed. Extension Units (EXTN) Extension units are undergraduate-level, elective, academic units that cannot be applied towards a major requirement or an area requirement. Extended Education Credit courses are offered for semester units of undergraduate degree credit. These courses are designed to meet individualâ€™s personal and professional learning and training needs. Undergraduate students may take these courses to earn elective units adding to their total unit count required for completion of their academic degree. Students should check with their academic department regarding the total number of extension units counted toward the degree. (The average number of units is eight but vary depending on school or college affiliation.) Courses are offered both on campus and online. (15 hours = 1 unit) CONTACT INFORMATION Center for Professional & Continuing Education Office Location: 1776 W. March Lane, Suite 290 Stockton, CA 95207 Phone: 209.946.2424 800.959.5376 Fax: 209.946.3916 Office Hours: Mon. - Fri. 8:30am - 5:00pm 30 www.pacific.edu/cpce To register online: go.pacific.edu/cpceregister *Classroom courses are in bold. COURSES BY DATE august 26 26 26 26 26 Adv. Paralegal Certificate Courses p.10 Adv. Legal Research & Writing Cert. p.3 Legal Secretary Certificate p.8 Paralegal Certificate Program p.10 Software Essent. for Law Off. Cert. p.11 October 2 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 8 10 10 14 14 18 21 21 21 21 21 21 26 Business Communication Skills p.12 Boosting Website Traffic p.7 Business Statistics p.3 Cell Phone Apps for Business p.9 Cyber Security for Managers p.12 Designing Successful Webinars p.13 Extraordinary Customer Service p.4 Facebook for Business p.8,13 Google Analytics p.13 Marketing Using Social Media p.11 Media Buying Strategies p.15 Mentoring & Coaching 2 p.3 Photoshop for Presentations p.6,15 Self-Publishing eBooks p.16 Spanish for Medical Prof. p.16 Substitute Teacher Preparation p.17 Supervising Telecommuters p.8 Time & Productivity Management p.8,17 Using Personality Profiles p.17 YouTube for Business p.11 Project Management Training p.16 Beginning Chanoyu p.21 Intro. to Chanoyu p.21 Content Engineering I p.7 No-Kill Animal: Shelter Operations p.9 Beg. Pre-Dental Micro-Sculpture p.12 Adv. Legal Research & Writing Cert. p.3 Adv. Paralegal Certificate Courses p.10 Adv. Teaching Online p.6 Legal Secretary Certificate p.8 Paralegal Certificate Program p.10 Software Essent. for Law Off. Cert. p.11 Introduction to Reiki p.22 Continued on next page. September 2 No-Kill Animal: Leadership Training p.9 3 Certificate in Customer Research p.3 3 Certificate in Teaching Adults p.6 3 Dementia Care p.12 3 Improving Email Promotions p.7 3 Intro. to Business Research p.3 3 Intro. to Social Media p.11 3 Keys to Customer Service p.4 3 Keys to Telecommunting Success p.8 3 LEED AP+BD&C Bldg. Design p.14 3 LEED Existing Bldg: Exam Prep p.14 3 LEED Green Assoc. Exam Prep p.14 3 Management Boot Camp p.8,14 3 Mentoring & Coaching 1 p.3 3 Mobile Marketing p.9 3 NISM Social Media Strategist p.15 3 Practical Math for Workplace p.15 3 Prezi! p.6 3 Program Evaluation/Nonprofit p15 3 Revenue Generation/Nonprofit p.16 3 Supervisory and Leadership Cert. p.11 3 Twitter p.8,17 3 Video Marketing p.11 9 Certified Webinar Planner p.7 10 Into. to Grant Writing p.13 16 Fiction Writing p.21 31 COURSES BY DATE November 2 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 9 16 23 Dreams & Interpretations p.20 Adv. Mobile Marketing p.9 Creating Visual Presentations p.6 Designing Online Instruction p.6 Developing Hybrid Courses p.13 Integrating Social Media in Org. p.11 LinkedIn for Business p.8,14 Managing Generations at Work p.8,14 Negotiate What You Want p.15 Online Advertising p.7 Qualitative Business Research p.3 The Business Plan p.17 A Midsummer Nightâ€™s Dream p.20 From Pearl Harbor to Hiroshima p.21 Liberty or Death p.22 *Classroom courses are in bold. March 3 10 10 10 10 10 No-Kill Anim.: Marketing & Devel. p.9 Adv. Legal Research & Writing Cert. p.3 Adv. Paralegal Certificate Courses p.10 Legal Secretary Certificate p.8 Paralegal Certificate Program p.10 Software Essent. for Law Off. Cert. p.11 ONLINE COURSES - Start Anytime! Ad Copywriting for the New Media p.20 Applying Critical Thinking in Practice p.18 Certificate in Entrepreneurship p.4 Intro. to Entrepreneurship Leadership and Manag. for Entrep. Strategic Marketing for Entrep. Accounting and Finance for Entrep. Business Law for Entrep. Certificate in Human Resource Manag. p.4 Compensation Employee Selection Equal Employment Opportunity Intro. to Human Resource Management Performance Management Talent Management & Career Develop. Certificate in International Trade p.5 International Marketing International Management International Supply Chain Management International Trade Finance Certificate in Nonprofit Management p.5 Budgeting in a Nonprofit Organization Capital Campaigns Fundraising for Nonprofit Organizations How to Read a NP Financial Statement Leadership in a Nonprofit Organization Nonprofit Board & Volunteer Develop. Principles of Marketing for NP Org. Strategy for Nonprofit Organizations Creativity in Teams and Organizations p.18 Day at the Museum: Part I p.19 Day at the Museum: Part II p.19 Developing Critical Thinking Skills p.18 Entertain. Reporting for New Media p.20 Innovation in Organizations p.18 Introduction to Critical Thinking p.18 Introduction to Personal Creativity p.18 Journalism 101 p.19 Leading Change p.19 Leading Teams p.19 Sports Writing for the New Media p.20 December 2 9 No-Kill Anim.:Comm. Program Dev. p.9 Building Online Learning Comm. p.6 January 13 Adv. Legal Research & Writing Cert. p.3 13 Adv. Paralegal Certificate Courses p.10 13 Legal Secretary Certificate p.8 13 Paralegal Certificate Program p.10 13 Software Essent. for Law Off. Cert. p.11 20 No-Kill Anim.: Health & Clinic Operations p.9 Februray 10 Content Engineering II p.7 Be a Business Super Hero! self-paced COURSES Introduction to Equine Studies p.22 1 2 3 4 5 6 CAMPUS MAP 7 8 9 10 PARKING Lot 9 Chan Family Health Sciences Learning Center and Clinics PARKING Lot 10 11 Alan & Olive Gardemeyer Field A Manchester Avenue Campus Map B Brookside Road PARKING 1 Lot 1 Thomas J. 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