Don't let anything stall your dream. We believe that nothing should get in the way of your career dreams so we are doing everything we can to help you continue with an uninterrupted professional education experience during this time of uncertainty around the coronavirus. Our upcoming courses are all available in a live-online classroom with great instructors and in a self-paced, self-directed online format.
Upcoming Courses to Meet in Remote Classroom (Synchronous Learning)
Updated: Oct. 23, 2020—Although we have limited access to the Silicon Valley campus due to the recent shelter in place order, our instructors are still teaching and we have moved our in-person courses to an online, live Zoom platform through 2020 and into the first quarter of 2021. These remote courses happen in real time. You will need to attend online at the designated class time and participate via Zoom. The technology allows you to talk with your instructor in real time and participate in small group discussions.
What is Zoom?
Zoom is a free web conferencing tool that is widely used in education for enabling online meetings and virtual presentations. It is not an online, self-paced class but an opportunity for a student to participate in a live course with an instructor via a phone or internet connection. While some of our classes are continuing to meet onsite, others have transitioned their classrooms to this easy-to-use online platform. Students meeting via zoom will log in to their Canvas class portal and click on a Zoom link to their course. You can download the Zoom plug-in and test out the technology before your class. Signing on to your first Zoom class.
Online Offerings (Asynchronous Learning)
We offer more than 100 self-paced online courses. Please visit our online course search page, select your area of interest, the term you are interested in, and choose "online" as the mode. Then, explore everything from Data Analysis, Introduction and Python Programming for Beginners to Compensation Management, Finance for the Business Professional, and Human Factors for Technical Communicators.