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Through the New York Times Knowledge Network, these online courses are available in 2008:
POLITICS & WORLD AFFAIRS
America in the World: Emerging Challenges to U.S. Primacy New York University Center for Global Affairs; Wednesdays February 6-27 ; 6:45 – 8:15 pm ET — join journalists from the Times and Prof. Michael Oppenheimer in a series of live, interactive Webcasts examining the rising challenges from China, Russia, the European Union & Iran.
Seven Revolutions: Scanning the World Out to 2025 Society for College and University Planning, Center for Strategic and International Studies, American Association of State Colleges and Universities; Wednesday February 6 at 2-3:30 pm ET — how can higher education prepare future leaders to anticipate and address the issues that will shape the world in the years to come? Explore seven of the most important long-term global trends in this live, interactive Webcast.
Project Management Prep Course Towson University, Self-Paced — acquire the core competencies of project management — and receive a continuing education certificate for 56 contact hours — in this prep course for certification from the Project Management Institute
Project Management Leadership and Goals Attainment Towson University, Self-paced — an advanced Project Management course for supervisors, managers and executives, offering 130 contact hours and qualifying students for the PMP exam.
Women’s Entrepreneur Institute Northern Kentucky University; Feb 18-July 13 — learn how to start a new business, or how to take your company to new levels of success, in two online programs for women. NKU was recently cited by Women 3.0 Magazine as having one of the Top 50 MBA programs for entrepreneurship.
For more information, and to register visit www.nytimes.com/knowledge .
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