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Engineering Communications
Credit
Prepare for important communication activities, from proposals and progress reports to oral presentations.
School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions, College of Engineering
$
Programming for Infant and Young Child Feeding
Certificate, CEU
Learn the essentials of IYCF and how to strengthen programming, particularly in developing countries. Co-sponsored by UNICEF
College of Human Ecology, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
Free
An electronic spreadsheet
Credit
This course covers the theory behind decision making and applying analytic tools.
College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
$
The Science and Politics of the GMO Course image
You will learn the basics of genetic engineering, explore the political debate around the GMO and review the arguments.
College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
Free
 Introductory Statistics
Credit
Learn about data exploration, display, and gathering; probability; statistical methods; and how to use statistical tools.
School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions, ILR School
$
Global Business Strategy
Credit
Prepare yourself to serve in the international business world by gaining a basic understanding of global business.
School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
$
Several Canadian geese flying together
Credit
Examine the habits of thought and practice of exceptional leaders, past and present.
College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
$
Farmer Online Courses
Learn to produce mushrooms or fruit, manage grazing, grow a farm business and more in these online courses for small farmers
College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
$
VBA Programming for Non-Dyson Majors
Credit
Introduction to programming with Excel Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) for students aiming to enter the world of business
College of Business, School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions
$
Writing about Communication
Credit
This course explores communication practices and theories as they are observed in personal and professional contexts.
College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
$

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