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Cyber Security Training and Consulting

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The University of Texas Arlington Continuing Education Department (USPS 023-838) is published four times per year (March, June, September, December) by the staff of The University of Texas at Arlington, Division of

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NEW Program: Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery

Since the tragic events of 9/11, Hurricanes Sandy and Katrina, the earthquake/tsunami in Japan, and many other contingencies, companies have been focusing on being better prepared for any event that could impact their ability to deliver products and services to their customers and stay in business. Many businesses are looking for individuals on staff or externally that have the knowledge to implement a business continuity/disaster recovery program. This 3-day course is designed to take the student from a novice level with little or no past experience to an advanced level of recovery planning ability using the new ISO 22301 Business Continuity Management International Standard.

Instructor Highlight: Exam Preparation

Melinda Howser has been with Continuing Education since 2012.

It is very exciting to see participants gain points and confidence as they re-examine concepts and connect new understandings from past areas of struggle.

SAT/ACT:

Students learn about the scoring of the test and some calculator applications as well. GMAT: Often adult learners need a forum to efficiently dust off previously learned skills, become adept at new question types, find testing strategies to streamline the process and gain points with or without a calculator.

Results: On average Ms. Howser’s students increase by 100 points on their SAT Math scores, and double or even triple raw scores

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Meetups

Come learn and network with individuals who share your interests. Continuing Education sponsors several local meetup groups. Visit us online and join a group today.

DFW Technology Trends (Oculus Rift)

DFW Technology Trends (Wacom Workshop)

DFW NTEN Nonprofit Geek Meetup

DFW NTEN Nonprofit Geek Meetup

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High School Exam Prep

GED Exam Prep (EP1924)

Do you have your mind set on obtaining your high school diploma but are worried about the GED exam? Let our GED Exam Prep

Course help you with your dream. This intensive refresher course will cover four content areas: Reasoning Through Language Arts

(RLA), Mathematical Reasoning, Science and Social Studies. This class is recommended for those with the goal of achieving the

GED certificate. Participants must be 18 years of age or older to enroll.

9/27 - 11/15

Undergraduate Exam Prep

8/18 - 9/22

9/29 - 10/27

Sa 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM

M 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM

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SAT: Math (EP1907)

Fee: $205

SAT: Critical Reading and Writing (EP1908)

Students who want to improve their scores on the SAT would benefit from this course. Each session offers timed practice tests in sentence completion, passage-based reading, identifying sentence errors, and improving sentences, paragraphs and vocabulary. Valuable test-taking strategies useful in college and on the SAT will be covered. Book required for first class.

Fee: $149

Fee: $149

Essential test taking strategies and timed practice tests will be administered in this timely SAT Math course that prepares you to conquer the math section of the SAT. Book required for first class.

GRE: Math (EP1904)

This exam preparation course gives you 15 hours of classroom instruction covering the basic arithmetic, algebra, and geometry skills on the GRE Math section. Test-taking strategies and timed practice tests are also included.

9/9 - 10/7

11/4 - 12/2

Tu 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM

Tu 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM

GRE: Verbal (EP1905)

Students will learn methods of building vocabulary and valuable test-taking strategies to master the verbal section of the GRE.

Instruction and timed practice tests covering sentence completion, analogies, antonyms, reading comprehension and analytical and logical reasoning will be given. Students must already have command of the English language. Book required.

9/11 - 10/9

11/6 - 12/11

LSAT Prep (EP2010)

9/5 - 9/13

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Sa, 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Fee: $149

Fee: $149

Fee: $149

Fee: $149

This extensive course focuses on the three primary sections of the LSAT: Reading Comprehension, Analytical Reasoning, and

Logical Reasoning. Students will take practice exams and work through sample problems in class. Additional topics include: writing a persuasive essay, information to include in your personal statement, tips for applications, and letters of reference. Book

Required.

Fee: $395

8/20 - 9/17

10/1 - 10/29

W 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM

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Fee: $149

Fee: $149

Professional Certification Exam

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Graduate Exam Prep

GMAT: Math (EP1902)

This course provides 15 hours of classroom instruction and test-taking strategies on basic arithmetic, algebra, and geometry needed for the mathematics section of the GMAT. Students will practice with sample tests. Book Required.

9/15 - 10/13

11/10 - 12/8

GMAT: Verbal (EP1903)

Sharpen your testing skills as you become comfortable with the

GMAT test format. Explanation and instruction are given covering critical reasoning, reading comprehension, sentence correction and essay writing skills. Test-taking tips are given and practice exams are administered. Students must already have command of the English language. Book required for first class.

9/9 - 10/7

11/4 - 12/2

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Tu 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM

Tu 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM

Fee: $149

Fee: $149

Fee: $149

Fee: $149

Landscape Irrigation Training (SU2100)

This 40-hour class is designed to provide the fundamentals of landscape irrigation for future landscape irrigation designers, contractors, consultants, and installers. It has in-depth coverage of irrigation systems including history, definitions, components, hydraulics, design, installation, repair, trouble-shooting, maintenance, technological advances in system design and equipment, new Texas regulations, and water conservation for residential and commercial applications. This is the required

TCEQ accredited 40-hour class for the Texas Irrigation Licensing

Exam, and the goal is to prepare students for the exam.

10/13 - 10/17 M - F 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Certificate in Professional Human Resource

Management (HR2158)

Fee: $525

The Certificate in Professional Human Resource Management is designed for experienced staff, managers or human resource managers. This certificate series is a preparatory program for the

PHR and SPHR exam and certification offered by the Society of

Human Resource Management.

10/11 - 11/15 Sa 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM Fee: $1095

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Certifications and Certificate Programs

Professional certifications and certificate programs provide a coveted edge that differentiates one professional from another. They give experienced workers an opportunity to update themselves in their respective areas of expertise. For those with little experience, certificates and certifications can add value when very specific skills and knowledge are demanded in an industry. Often, instead of seeking another degree, professionals can add to their credentials with a certificate or certification. These credentials are an indication of how dedicated a professional is to the field in which they work. Courses can be taken individually for personal or professional enrichment.

Benefits of Professional Certifications and Certificate Programs:

Provide skills and knowledge to start a new career

Improve your personal effectiveness

Increase productivity within your business or organization

Prepare for industry certification exams

Acquire CEUs which may fulfill continuing education requirements for specific professions

Application Fee: There is a non-refundable $50.00* certificate program enrollment fee which must be submitted prior to the completion of the second course in the certificate series. Payment can be made online or by contacting our office at 817-272-2581.

*Some certificate programs have different policies, procedures, and fees. Please see details at uta.edu/ded for specific program information.

Annual Recognition Ceremony

Upon successful completion of all certificate program requirements students are invited to participate in the UT Arlington Division for

Enterprise Development Recognition Ceremony.

Accounting Specialist Certificate

The Accounting Specialist Certificate is a comprehensive curriculum for those who desire to have a better understanding of basic accounting, accounting principles, and procedures. This program is particularly well suited for those who have recently assumed some accounting responsibilities, business professionals who want a foundation in basic accounting, or individuals who want a better understanding of accounting. The certificate requires the completion of 8 required courses and 24 hours of electives.

Benefits of this certificate:

Gain knowledge of general accounting, accounts payable, accounts receivable, purchasing, and inventory

Analyze various financial statements including balance sheets and income statements

Develop the skills and knowledge to enter or advance in the accounting field

REQUIRED

Business Writing Basics (CO2507)

Introduction to Accounting: The

Accounting Cycle (AC1212)

Excel 2010: Level I (SS1934)

Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011

- Basic Customization (AC2026)

Accounting for Accounts Receivable (AC2023)

Maintaining Inventory Accounts (AC2021)

ELECTIVE

Excel 2010: Level II (SS1935)

QuickBooks Fundamentals (AC4040)

QuickBooks Advanced (AC4041)

8/18 - 8/25

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11/3 - 11/12

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10/6 - 10/15

10/20 - 10/29

Certified Public Accountant Review

Becker Professional Review offers the CPA Review Course through Continuing Education at UT Arlington.

For schedule information, please contact our offices at 817-272-2581.

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8:30 AM to 12:30 PM Fee: $199

8:30 AM to 12:30 PM Fee: $199

6:00 PM to 10:00 PM Fee: $260

6:00 PM to 9:00 PM Fee: $340

6:00 PM to 9:00 PM Fee: $340

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Business Communication Certificate

Clear and concise communication is a highly valued commodity in the workplace. Written and oral communication skills are powerful tools for you and your organization. This certificate program is designed to enable students to develop a polished communication style that projects credibility and professionalism. This program consists of 5 required courses.

Benefits of this certificate:

Learn to write clearly, concisely, and coherently

Overcome common communication barriers

Identify successful strategies and tactics for negotiation

REQUIRED

Business Writing Basics (CO2507)

Public Speaking (CO2509)

Technical Writing Introduction (TW1001)

8/18 - 8/25

9/9 - 9/16

1/24 - 1/31/15

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6:00 PM to 9:00 PM Fee: $199

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Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Certificate

This 3-day course is designed to take the student from a novice level with little or no past experience to an advanced level of recovery planning ability using the new ISO 22301 Business Continuity Management International Standard. Attendees will leave this class with the knowledge of how to implement a business continuity program at their current or future place of business.

Benefits of this certificate:

Promote an overall awareness of your organization’s potential risks and help maintain standards of excellence

Learn how to keep your business open after an incident and reduce the cost of disruptions

Develop a business impact analysis to predict the consequences of a closure and gather information needed to develop recovery strategies

Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery (BC1000)

10/3 - 10/17 F 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM Fee: $1,295

CNC Programming Certificate

Computer Numerically Controlled (CNC) Programmers write CNC programs which carefully control the motion of machines and tools used to cut and shape precision products, such as machine and automobile parts. Demand for highly qualified workers in this field is increasing, which translates to higher wages and excellent opportunities. In 2012, the Bureau for Labor Statistics placed the median hourly earnings of a CNC Programmer at $22, with the top ten percent earning more than $34. This program provides the entry-level training needed to become a successful CNC programmer. 6 required courses.

Benefits of this certificate:

Gain the skills needed for jobs that are in high demand

Learn critical thinking, logic, and reasoning to troubleshoot problems

Review 3D CAD blueprints

REQUIRED

Basic Blueprint Reading (BPR1901)

Applied Machine Shop Theory (CNC1010)

9/8 - 9/17

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8:00 AM to 12:00 N Fee: $295

CompTIA is a provider of professional certifications for the information technology (IT) industry, and is a global association of IT industry companies with the common goal of standardized qualifications for professionals working in the industry. Membership of CompTIA includes most of the global software and hardware manufacturers such as Microsoft, IBM, Lotus, Dell, Compaq, etc.

PROGRAMS

CompTIA A+ Certification Training (CP0003)

CompTIA Network+ Certification Training (CP0002)

CompTIA Security+ Certification Training (CP0004)

9/8 - 9/29

10/6 - 10/27

4/6 - 4/27/15

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M, W, F 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM Fee: $1495

M, W, F 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM Fee: $1495

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Computer Aided Design and Drafting Certificate (CADD)

The design drafter is a skilled technician who starts with a design and develops the working drawings required to guide the production of machines or products. Drafters interpret engineering information in the form of sketches, plans, and detailed drawings to be used in manufacturing and construction, and may work under engineers. 6 required courses plus one (1) capstone.

REQUIRED

AutoCAD Introduction (AU1020)

AutoCAD Advanced 3D (AU3030)

Revit - Beginner (AU3031)

Sculptris (AU3040)

Maya (AU3039)

Solidworks - Beginner (AU3036)

Capstone - Computer Aided

Design and Drafting (AU3035)

9/6 - 9/27

10/4 - 10/25

11/1 - 11/22

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11/7 - 12/5

12/1 - 12/10

1/10 - 1/31/15

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9:00 AM to 2:00 PM Fee: $495

9:00 AM to 2:00 PM Fee: $495

2:00 PM to 6:00 PM Fee: $435

6:00 PM to 10:00 PM Fee: $435

6:00 PM to 10:00 PM Fee: $435

9:00 AM to 1:00 PM Fee: $495

Digital Photography Certificate

Our program is designed to teach you the skills and help you gain the knowledge needed to become a professional photographer or an enthused hobbyist. Start by exploring the capabilities of your digital camera and then learn the techniques to improve the quality of your photographs. Courses can be taken individually for personal enrichment.

To earn the overall Digital Photography Certificate, you must successfully complete 5 required and 3 elective courses, pay the certificate program fee, and submit your portfolio for review.

This program requires a camera with changeable lenses and full manual settings; DSLR, ZLR, or advanced Range Finder type digital cameras are acceptable. If you are unsure of your camera, please call our office before registering.

Participants will learn to:

• Effectively use composition skills and techniques

• Utilize creative methods to enhance images

• Edit images to reflect desired finished product

REQUIRED

Introduction to Digital Photography I (PH3205)

Introduction to Digital Photography II (PH3206)

Digital Photography Light and Lighting (PH3112)

Adobe Photoshop CS6-Advanced

for Photographers (PH3210)

Adobe Photoshop - Beginner (GD1905)

Independent Portfolio Review (PH3500)

ELECTIVES

Digital Photography Studio (PH3220)

Travel and Location Photos (PH3119)

The Business of Photography (PH3219)

Digital Wildlife Photography (PH3115)

Digital Nature and Landscape Photography (PH3114)

• Utilize proper flash techniques, studio lighting, and natural light

• Select and manage location and studio photography

• Understand basic workflow concepts

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10:00 AM to 12:00 N Fee: $169

7:30 PM to 9:30 PM Fee: $169

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9:30 AM to 11:30 AM Fee: $169

12:30 PM to 2:30 PM Fee: $179

7:00 PM to 9:00 PM Fee: $179

7:00 PM to 9:30 PM Fee: $340

6:00 PM to 10:00 PM Fee: $375

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7:00 PM to 9:00 PM Fee: $169

6:30 PM to 8:30 PM Fee: $239

10:30 AM to 12:30 PM Fee: $199

10:30 AM to 12:30 PM Fee: $179

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Event Planning Certificates

In partnership with the Wedding Planning Institute, Continuing Education offers Corporate Event Planning and Certified Wedding and

Event Planning certifications. These courses provide detailed step-by-step formulas for the personal and professional aspects of any social or corporate event. The Wedding and Planning Event course covers all aspects of starting and operating a professional event planning business. The Corporate Event Planning (SMART) course covers special events, meetings, assemblies, recognition and training events and provides a detailed guideline on how to successfully execute any event by teaching the essentials of designing, planning, setting budgets, reviewing performances and charging for services.

PROGRAMS

Certified Wedding and Event Planner (BU3121)

Corporate Event Planning (BU3125)

9/22 - 12/8

1/26 - 4/13/15

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Executive Administrative Assistant Certificate

This program provides the education and skills required to keep pace with the communication, interpersonal and technological needs of today’s rapidly changing business environment. Upon successful completion of program requirements, students will be proficient in customer service, computer applications, communication and interpersonal skills, teamwork, supervisory skills, administrative procedures, presentation skills, and problem-solving skills. This program requires the completion of 12 required courses and 2 electives.

Benefits of this certificate:

• Improve your employability and opportunities for advancement

Strengthen your administrative, communication, and technological skills

Gain the interpersonal skills needed to meet the demands of the current and emerging business environment

REQUIRED

Business Writing Basics (CO2507)

Introduction to Accounting:

The Accounting Cycle (AC1212)

Excel 2010: Level I (SS1934)

Excel 2010: Level II (SS1935)

Mediation in the Employment Sector:

Workplace Conflict (BU1502)

Access 2010: Level I (DB1936)

Executive Administrative Office Procedures (EA2706)

Keys to Effective Communication

Project Management - Time and Cost Management

ELECTIVE

Spanish Language: Level I (FL0121)

Public Speaking (CO2509)

Introduction to Microsoft Project (MP1916)

QuickBooks Fundamentals (AC4040)

Spanish Language: Level II (FL0122)

Access 2010: Level II (DB1937)

8/18 - 8/25

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10/3 - 10/10

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10/14 - 10/23

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Online: Self Paced

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9/9 - 9/16

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11/1 - 12/13

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8:00 AM to 5:00 PM Fee: $199

6:00 PM to 10:00 PM Fee: $260

6:00 PM to 10:00 PM Fee: $260

6:30 PM to 9:30 PM Fee: $349

6:00 PM to 10:00 PM Fee: $370

6:00 PM to 9:00 PM Fee: $250

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9:00 AM to 11:40 AM Fee: $139

6:00 PM to 9:00 PM Fee: $199

8:30 AM to 4:30 PM Fee: $299

6:00 PM to 9:00 PM Fee: $340

9:00 AM to 11:40 AM Fee: $139

6:00 PM to 10:00 PM Fee: $370

Home Inspection Training (HI7000)

Texas licensing requirements to become a Professional Home Inspector through education requires 328 hours of core inspection education and a 120 hour experience training module. This program includes 459 hours in core inspection education plus a live 120 hour class (which is the experiential portion of the requirement). It is the most referred and respected training in the country and has successfully trained home inspectors for over a decade.

Home Inspection Training (HI7000)

9/29 - 10/11 M - Su 8:00 AM to 6:30 PM Fee: $2995

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Human Resource Generalist Certificate

The Human Resource Generalist Certificate Program is designed for those who want to enter this rapidly growing field and contribute to the success of an organization. This program offers courses taught by practicing HR professionals, who teach practical skills that can be applied directly to the workplace. Participants learn the fundamental knowledge essential for the HR profession. This program requires the completion of 7 required courses and an HR capstone.

Benefits of this certificate:

• Be prepared for employment in the field of human resources

Learn the core functions of human resources

Gain the skills needed to identify and deal with employee relation issues and to communicate effectively in a work environment

REQUIRED

Mediation in the Employment Sector:

Workplace Conflict (BU1502)

Human Resource Generalist Certificate

Program Capstone (HR Audit) (HR4045)

10/6 - 10/29

9/6 - 9/27

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9:00 AM to 4:00 PM Fee: $349

IFMA Facility Management Professional Credential

The International Facility Management Association’s Facility Management Professional (IFMA/FMP) credential is an assessment-based program aligned with IFMA’s global task analysis. It is designed to ensure that those receiving the FMP credential demonstrate a proven comprehension of the foundations of facility management. To receive FMP credentialing, participants must successfully pass each session’s final assessment and submit an application, with fee, to IFMA.

Facility Management Professional (FMP) Credential Program (FM1000)

Four required sessions:

Operations and Maintenance

Project Management

Finance and Business Essentials

Leadership and Strategy Essentials

Fee: $2495

10/3 - 10/4 F, Sa 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM

10/17 - 10/18 F, Sa 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM

11/7 - 11/8 F, Sa 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM

11/21 - 11/22 F, Sa 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM

Logistics and Supply Chain Management Certificate

This certificate program provides a foundation in supply chain and logistics management from both a U.S. and global perspective, preparing students for professional careers with manufacturers and distributors, transportation carriers, and logistics service providers.

The curriculum provides the required theoretical/conceptual base and analytical methods for making sound operational and strategic business decisions. Four required courses and one capstone.

Benefits of this certificate:

• Implement the best supply chain and logistics for your organization

Develop and apply sound logistics and supply chain practices, policies, procedures, and regulations

Identify and evaluate supply chain vulnerabilities and create approaches to mitigate and reduce risks

REQUIRED

Introduction to Logistics and

Supply Chain Management (LG1000)

Introduction to Materials Management (LG2000)

10/06 - 10/15

11/03 - 11/12

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6:00 PM to 10:00 PM Fee: $395

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Master Certificate in Construction Management

The College of Engineering in partnership with The Division for Enterprise Development presents the Master Certificate in Construction

Management. This certificate is designed to meet the industry’s evolving needs due to advances in construction technologies, financing, and methods which underscore a sound and systematic management of construction projects.

Benefits of this certificate:

• Develop marketable skills for those new to the construction industry

Provide a framework of knowledge for professionals tasked with construction management as collateral duty

Enhance the opportunities for those already employed in construction to gain management skills

REQUIRED

Principles of Construction

Management and Contracts (EM1000)

Construction Specifications

and Documentation (EM1100)

Construction Project Cost Estimation (EM1200)

10/4 - 10/11

11/1 - 11/8

1/10 - 1/17/15

Sa

Sa

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8:00 AM to 4:30 PM Fee: $795

8:00 AM to 4:30 PM Fee: $795

8:00 AM to 4:30 PM Fee: $795

Mediation and Dispute Resolution Certificate

This program is designed for individuals wishing to pursue a career in dispute resolution. The curriculum explores the history of dispute resolution and merges a theoretical grounding with a practical application of collaborative problem solving to offer a solid educational experience. The certificate requires the completion of 4 required courses, 2 electives, and a practicum.

Benefits of this certificate:

• Increased knowledge of laws and codes of conduct related to the practice of mediation and conflict resolution

Develop superior communication skills to enhance leadership roles

Gain professional negotiation and conflict resolution skills

Information Session -

Mediation and Dispute Resolution Program

REQUIRED

Transformative Mediation (BU1507)

Advanced Mediation for Corporations (BU1509)

Mediation in the Employment Sector:

Workplace Conflict (BU1502)

11/5

8/18 - 9/15

11/10 - 12/15

10/6 - 10/29

W

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7:00 PM to 8:00 PM FREE

6:30 PM to 9:00 PM Fee: $330

6:30 PM to 9:30 PM Fee: $369

6:30 PM to 9:30 PM Fee: $349

Generational Workplace

Differences Workshop (BU1173) 8/27 W 8:30 AM to 12:30 PM Fee: $99

Diversity in the workplace is comprised of many different facets and generation differences are an important factor in a diverse workforce. How do the various generation differences in the workplace affect the way you manage or those who manage you? This course will examine the unique characteristics, working styles and experiences of the four generations of workers.

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Mobile Apps Developer Certificate

Our program provides the knowledge on how to design, program, and publish mobile apps for sale online or as a product and service to businesses that need mobile app developers.

REQUIRED BOTH DISCIPLINES

Programming Fundamentals (PG1887)

Adobe Fireworks (WD1925)

Capstone - Mobile Apps (PG9084)

ANDROID DISCIPLINE REQUIRED

Java Programming - Level I (PG1984)

Java Programming - Level II (PG1986)

Android Programming - Level 1 (PG9090)

Java Programming - Level III (PG1981)

Android Programming - Level 2 (PG9091)

Android Programming - Level 3 (PG9092) iOS DISCIPLINE REQUIRED iOS Programming - Objective C (PG9081) iOS Programming - Level 1 for iPhone and iPad (PG9080) iOS Programming - Level 2 for iPhone and iPad (PG9082) iOS Programming - Level 3 for iPhone and iPad (PG9083)

ELECTIVES BOTH DISCIPLINES

Unity 3D - Beginner (GP1005)

Adobe Audition for Home Studio

and Sound Design (AD1901)

Augmented Reality using Vuforia - Beginner (GP1007)

Creating Mobile Apps Without Code (GD2002)

9/2 - 9/11

10/27 - 11/5

1/10 - 1/31/15

9/16 - 9/25

9/30 - 10/9

10/14 - 10/23

10/18 - 11/8

10/28 - 11/6

11/11 - 11/20

9/15 - 9/24

9/27 - 10/18

10/25 - 11/15

12/6 - 1/10/15

9/15 - 9/24

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T, Th

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6:00 PM to 10:00 PM Fee: $435

6:00 PM to 10:00 PM Fee: $340

9:00 AM to 1:00 PM Fee: $435

6:00 PM to 10:00 PM Fee: $435

6:00 PM to 10:00 PM Fee: $435

6:00 PM to 10:00 PM Fee: $435

9:00 AM to 1:00 PM Fee: $435

6:00 PM to 10:00 PM Fee: $435

6:00 PM to 10:00 PM Fee: $435

6:00 PM to 10:00 PM Fee: $435

9:00 AM to 1:00 PM Fee: $435

9:00 AM to 1:00 PM Fee: $435

9:00 AM to 1:00 PM Fee: $435

6:00 PM to 10:00 PM Fee: $375

Music and Sound Design Production Certificate

The affordability of technology and the internet have crumbled the music industry’s hold on creative talent. This exciting new program will teach the process of song writing, studio recording, mixing, and the production of original work for commercial use. 5 required courses.

REQUIRED

Song Writing (CO4122)

Adobe Audition for Home Studio

and Sound Design (AD1901)

Studio Recording using Pro Tools and Logic (AD1902)

Business of Music and

Sound Design Production (AD1903)

Capstone - Game, Motion, and Sound Design (VE1002)

9/30 - 10/9

10/13 - 10/22

11/17 - 12/1

9/2 - 9/23

9/30 - 10/9

10/14 - 11/4

11/10 - 11/12

1/12 - 1/22/15

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Tu

M, W

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6:00 PM to 10:00 PM Fee: $375

6:00 PM to 10:00 PM Fee: $375

6:00 PM to 10:00 PM Fee: $340

6:30 PM to 9:30 PM Fee: $169

6:00 PM to 10:00 PM Fee: $375

6:00 PM to 10:00 PM Fee: $375

6:00 PM to 10:00 PM Fee: $186

6:00 PM to 8:00 PM Fee: $349

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Nonprofit Management Certificate

This program is designed for entry to mid-level nonprofit employees or those interested in a career in the nonprofit arena. Develop the basic skills needed to make the best use of community, financial, and human resources that are essential to a nonprofit organization’s success. The certificate requires 9 courses and 3 electives.

Benefits of this certificate:

Learn skills needed to prepare for leadership positions

Gain a better understanding of how to strengthen and build the capacity of a nonprofit organization

Learn all the skills and resources necessary for a viable nonprofit organization

REQUIRED

Board Development (NI5261)

Introduction to Volunteer Management (NI5277)

Human Resources for Nonprofit (NI5273)

ELECTIVE

Grant Writing and Proposal Development (NI5262)

QuickBooks Fundamentals (AC4040)

Crowdfunding - Turn Your Dream Into Reality (BU3079)

Donor Cultivation and Development (NI5264)

Email Marketing (BU3071)

10/20 - 10/27

11/10 - 11/17

12/1 - 12/8

8/21 - 8/28

10/6 - 10/15

11/8

9/17 - 9/24

9/10 - 9/24

M

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6:00 PM to 9:00 PM Fee: $189

6:00 PM to 9:00 PM Fee: $189

6:00 PM to 9:00 PM Fee: $189

6:00 PM to 9:00 PM Fee: $189

6:00 PM to 9:00 PM Fee: $340

9:00 AM to 4:00 PM Fee: $200

6:00 PM to 9:00 PM Fee: $189

6:00 PM to 9:00 PM Fee: $270

Paralegal Certificate

The Paralegal Certificate program is modeled after the ABA and Professional Paralegal Association standards, which provide students with the skills to work effectively as a paralegal. The certificate requires 11 courses and 3 electives.

Benefits of this certificate:

Understand and demonstrate the functions, skills, and roles of a paralegal

Conduct legal research and follow standard legal procedures

Learn effective writing and analytical techniques

REQUIRED

Mediation in the Employment Sector:

Workplace Conflict (BU1502)

Legal Writing (LA1302)

Legal Research (LA1303)

Criminal Law and Procedure for Paralegals (LA1334)

Family Law for Paralegals (LA1310)

REQUIRED

Payroll PayTrain

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Fundamentals (PP1010)

Payroll PayTrain ® Mastery (PP1011)

10/6 - 10/29

10/4 - 12/13

10/4 - 12/13

10/8 - 12/17

10/8 - 12/17

Payroll Professional Certificate

Hosted in cooperation with the American Payroll Association, this certificate program comprises two courses. Whether you are interested in preparing for the Fundamental Payroll Certification (FPC) or Certified

Payroll Professional (CPP) certification exams, or are new to the industry and need to learn the basics of payroll, our courses will help you meet your goals.

4/4 - 5/23/15

6/20 - 8/22/15

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1:00 PM to 2:30 PM Fee: $175

9:00 AM to 12:00 N Fee: $250

6:00 PM to 7:30 PM Fee: $175

8:00 PM to 9:30 PM Fee: $175

8:30 AM to 12:30 PM Fee: $795

8:30 AM to 12:30 PM Fee: $895

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Personal Trainer National Certification (SP3006)

This course is formatted as a 60-hour program and is comprised of 15 hours of lecture, 15 hours of hands on practical training and a

30-hour internship that networks many graduates right into a job. Certification test required. (3 credits toward Lower Division Bachelor degree, 30 CEUs through IACET.) CPR/AED is needed to receive the certificate.

Personal Trainer National Certification 10/18 - 11/22 Sa 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM Fee: $784

Project Management Certificate

This certificate program is ideal for project managers, project leads, and project coordinators and is designed to provide you with the practical knowledge that can be applied immediately to enhance job performance and productivity. Designed to fulfill the 35 hour educational requirement for those preparing to take the Project Management Institute PMP® credential certification exam. Topics include project management best practices, as well as action-oriented and results-focused project methodology.

Benefits of this certificate

Fulfills the 35 hour education requirement to register for the Project Management Professional exam

Implement project management skills on small to medium sized projects

Apply project management techniques for delivery on time, on budget, and within scope

REQUIRED

Effective Project Execution and Control (PM6219)

Practical Project Management Fundamentals (PM6217)

Effective Project Initiation and Planning (PM6218)

Effective Project Execution and Control (PM6219)

OPTIONAL COURSES

Microsoft Project 2010 Level II (MP1922)

Introduction to Microsoft Project (MP1916)

8/21 - 8/22

9/19

10/23 - 10/24

11/20 - 11/21

8/15

11/7

10/3

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8:30 AM to 5:30 PM Fee: $295

9:00 AM to 5:30 PM Fee: $595

9:00 AM to 5:30 PM Fee: $595

8:30 AM to 4:30 PM Fee: $299

8:30 AM to 4:30 PM Fee: $299

8:30 AM to 4:30 PM Fee: $299

Social Media Marketing Certificate

Social media marketing offers insight for creating a brand, increasing market share, improving sales, gaining new customers and enhancing web presence. Learn how to create an effective Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter marketing plan, write and publish blogs, develop an e-mail marketing strategy, and avoid common pitfalls. The certificate requires five courses and completion of the capstone.

Benefits of this certificate

• Develop a brand for your business or organization

Improve customer services

Increase lead generation

REQUIRED

Email Marketing (BU3071)

Website and Blog Affiliate Marketing

and Web Analytics (BU3078)

Mobile Marketing (BU3069)

Pinterest, Google+, and YouTube Marketing (BU3075)

Crowdfunding – Turn Your Dream Into a Reality (BU3079)

9/10 - 9/24

9/12 - 10/3

10/1 - 10/15

10/22 - 11/5

11/8

W

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6:00 PM to 9:00 PM Fee: $270

6:00 PM to 9:00 PM Fee: $270

6:00 PM to 9:00 PM Fee: $259

6:00 PM to 9:00 PM Fee: $270

9:00 AM to 4:00 PM Fee: $200

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Technical Writing Certificate

Participants will learn the advanced writing and communication skills necessary to clearly and precisely convey technical information to a wide range of audiences including, but not limited to: conducting audience and task analysis, memos, business letters and abstracts, applying appropriate rhetorical and stylistic devices, incorporating cohesive mechanisms, writing procedures and progress reports, reviewing, revising and editing technical information, managing a major proposal, learning effective research procedures, and revising their resume. 5 required courses.

Benefits of this certificate:

Improve technical writing communication competencies, including revising, editing and design

Apply technical writing techniques to clearly convey technical information to a specific audience

Develop effective research procedures

REQUIRED

Technical Editing (TW1005)

Technical Writing Portfolio Development (TW1004)

Technical Writing Introduction (TW1001)

REQUIRED

Programming Fundamentals (PG1887)

Commercial Drawing Fundamentals (WD1856)

Introduction to Layout & Design for Macs (GD2008)

JavaScript Programming (PG1985)

Adobe Fireworks (WD1925)

Adobe Dreamweaver Beginner (WD1921)

Adobe Photoshop - Beginner (GD1905)

Capstone - Design (WD2020)

10/4 - 11/1

11/8 - 12/13

1/24 - 1/31/15

UI/UX Designer Certificate

User Interface and User Experience (a.k.a. UI/UX) is one of the hottest gigs in the technology industry today! The field is a combination of visual design, usability, and web development, with the goal of creating beautiful product experiences for users. Job opportunities for UI/UX professionals include user research, usability analyst, information architect, interaction designer, visual designer, and UI/UX designer.

9/2 - 9/11

9/6 - 10/4

10/18 - 11/1

10/25 - 11/15

10/27 - 11/5

11/10 - 11/19

11/11 - 11/20

1/12 - 1/22/15

Sa

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9:00 AM to 1:00 PM Fee: $349

9:00 AM to 1:00 PM Fee: $449

9:00 AM to 12:00 N Fee: $199

6:00 PM to 10:00 PM Fee: $435

9:00 AM to 1:00 PM Fee: $225

2:00 PM to 6:00 PM Fee: $360

2:00 PM to 6:00 PM Fee: $435

6:00 PM to 10:00 PM Fee: $340

6:00 PM to 10:00 PM Fee: $375

6:00 PM to 10:00 PM Fee: $375

6:00 PM to 8:00 PM Fee: $375

Video and Motion Graphics Design Certificate

You too can publish your own movies, commercials, or instructional videos! With the Internet the delivery of these videos is easier than ever, opening many avenues for generating income recording and editing digital video. 8 required courses.

REQUIRED

Making Movies - Beginner (VI1000)

Adobe Audition for Home Studio

and Sound Design (AD1901)

Making Movies - Advanced (VI1001)

Screenwriting Using Adobe Story (VI1002)

Adobe Premiere - Video Editing (VE1401)

Crowdfunding – Turn Your Dream Into a Reality (BU3079)

Adobe After Effects - Movie Magic (VE1402)

Capstone - Game, Motion, and Sound Design (VE1002)

9/5 - 9/26

9/30 - 10/9

10/3 - 10/24

10/28 - 11/4

11/7 - 12/5

11/8

12/8 - 12/17

1/12 - 1/22/15

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6:00 PM to 10:00 PM Fee: $375

6:00 PM to 10:00 PM Fee: $260

6:00 PM to 10:00 PM Fee: $260

6:00 PM to 10:00 PM Fee: $375

9:00 AM to 4:00 PM Fee: $200

6:00 PM to 10:00 PM Fee: $375

6:00 PM to 8:00 PM Fee: $349

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Video Game Design and Development Certificate

Our program will prepare you for such entry-level positions as game designer and programmer in 2D and 3D environments. In addition to games, UTA CE rides the cutting edge by marrying print and augmented reality through the Vuforia SDK for both AndroidTM and iOS platforms! 9 required courses and 1 capstone.

REQUIRED

Programming Fundamentals (PG1887)

Unity 3D - Beginner (GP1005)

Unity 3D - Advanced (GP1006)

Adobe Audition for Home Studio

and Sound Design (AD1901)

Augmented Reality using Vuforia - Beginner (GP1007)

Augmented Reality using Vuforia - Advanced (GP1008)

Adobe Photoshop - Beginner (GD1905)

Oculus Rift (GP1009)

Capstone - Game, Motion, and Sound Design (VE1002)

9/2 - 9/11

9/15 - 9/24

9/29 - 10/8

9/30 - 10/9

10/13 - 10/22

10/27 - 11/5

11/11 - 11/20

12/2 - 12/11

1/12 - 1/22/15

T, Th

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M, W

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6:00 PM to 10:00 PM Fee: $375

6:00 PM to 10:00 PM Fee: $375

6:00 PM to 10:00 PM Fee: $375

6:00 PM to 10:00 PM Fee: $375

6:00 PM to 10:00 PM Fee: $375

6:00 PM to 10:00 PM Fee: $375

6:00 PM to 10:00 PM Fee: $375

6:00 PM to 8:00 PM Fee: $349

ELECTIVE

AutoCAD Introduction (AU1020)

AutoCAD Advanced 3D (AU3030)

Revit – Beginner (AU3031)

Sculptris (AU3040)

Maya (AU3039)

Solidworks - Beginner (AU3036)

9/6 - 9/27

10/4 - 10/25

11/1 - 11/22

11/1 - 11/22

11/7 - 12/5

12/1 - 12/10

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9:00 AM to 2:00 PM Fee: $495

9:00 AM to 2:00 PM Fee: $495

2:00 PM to 6:00 PM Fee: $435

6:00 PM to 10:00 PM Fee: $435

6:00 PM to 10:00 PM Fee: $435

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Learn to code, land a job.

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Web Design Certificate

Web designers must be experienced with a variety of skills and disciplines in the production and maintenance of websites. This

Certificate Program gives you the hands-on training you need to design and create visually stunning, professional quality, cutting edge web sites. You’ll learn current web standards and use state-of-the-art multimedia software.

REQUIRED BOTH DISCIPLINES

Programming Fundamentals (PG1887)

Adobe Fireworks (WD1925)

Capstone - Design (WD2020)

MOBILE APPS DISCIPLINE

JavaScript Programming (PG1985)

Adobe Dreamweaver Beginner (WD1921)

Creating Mobile Apps Without Code (GD2002)

CMS DISCIPLINE

Commercial Drawing Fundamentals (WD1856)

JavaScript Programming (PG1985)

WordPress WebMaster - Level 1 (WD1930)

WordPress WebMaster - Level 2 (WD1931)

ADDITIONAL COURSES

Build Apps for Windows 8 and Windows Phone

with C# and XAML (WPG1981)

9/2 - 9/11

10/27 - 11/5

1/12 - 1/22/15

10/25 - 11/15

11/10 - 11/19

11/17 - 12/1

9/6 - 10/4

10/25 - 11/15

10/2 - 10/23

10/28 - 11/6

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6:00 PM to 10:00 PM Fee: $340

6:00 PM to 8:00 PM Fee: $375

2:00 PM to 6:00 PM Fee: $435

6:00 PM to 10:00 PM Fee: $375

6:00 PM to 10:00 PM Fee: $340

9:00 AM to 1:00 PM Fee: $225

2:00 PM to 6:00 PM Fee: $435

6:00 PM to 10:00 PM Fee: $330

6:00 PM to 10:00 PM Fee: $330

9/22 - 10/1 M, W 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM Fee: $435

Web Development Certificate

This program has been designed by professionals who have extensive experience developing, revamping and maintaining websites for organizations. Completion of this program will qualify participants as entry-level web developers and web development support personnel.

REQUIRED ALL DISCIPLINES

Programming Fundamentals (PG1887)

Relational Database Fundamentals (DB1955)

JavaScript Programming (PG1985)

Capstone - Web Development (PG9070)

ASP.NET C# DISCIPLINE

Augmented Reality using Vuforia - Beginner (GP1007)

PHP DISCIPLINE

PHP & MySQL Level I (PG9060)

PHP & MySQL Level II (PG9061)

Augmented Reality using Vuforia - Beginner (GP1007)

PHP & MySQL Level III (PG9062)

MySQL Workbench (DB1961)

JAVA DISCIPLINE

Java Programming: Level I (PG1984)

Java Programming: Level II (PG1986)

Java Programming: Level III (PG1981)

MySQL Workbench (DB1961)

ELECTIVE ALL DISCIPLINES

Unity 3D - Beginner (GP1005)

9/2 - 9/11

9/8 - 9/17

10/25 - 11/15

1/12 - 1/22/15

10/13 - 10/22

9/16 - 9/25

9/30 - 10/9

10/13 - 10/22

10/14 - 10/23

12/1 - 12/10

9/16 - 9/25

9/30 - 10/9

10/18 - 11/8

12/1 - 12/10

9/15 - 9/24

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6:00 PM to 10:00 PM Fee: $435

2:00 PM to 6:00 PM Fee: $435

6:00 PM to 10:00 PM Fee: $435

6:00 PM to 10:00 PM Fee: $375

6:00 PM to 10:00 PM Fee: $435

6:00 PM to 10:00 PM Fee: $435

6:00 PM to 10:00 PM Fee: $375

6:00 PM to 10:00 PM Fee: $435

6:00 PM to 10:00 PM Fee: $435

6:00 PM to 10:00 PM Fee: $435

6:00 PM to 10:00 PM Fee: $435

9:00 AM to 1:00 PM Fee: $435

6:00 PM to 10:00 PM Fee: $435

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Certificate in Autism Spectrum Disorder (Online Webinar)

This online live webinar program is for anyone who works or has worked with individuals with Autism. The understanding of this disorder and the co-morbidities associated with the wide spectrum of Autism can be very time intensive. This certificate program was developed to provide therapists, vocation rehab counselors, paraprofessionals, educators, and caregivers the introduction, background, aptitude and skills needed to work effectively with this growing special needs population. Consists of 4 required courses and a portfolio project.

Developing the Support Network for

Special Needs Providers (ASD7308)

Portfolio: Techniques for Socializing Individuals

with ASD and/or Special Needs (ASD7309)

Ethics and Cultural Issues in the Treatment of

Individuals with Special Needs

9/3 - 9/17

10/15 - 10/29

12/3 -12/17

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6:00 PM to 9:00 PM Fee: $179

6:00 PM to 9:00 PM Fee: $179

6:00 PM to 9:00 PM Fee: $179

Certified Financial Planner

UT Arlington Continuing Education is pleased to partner with Kaplan Schweser to offer online and self-study Certified Financial

Planner™ courses. Kaplan’s CFP Board-registered programs provide the focus and structure you need to master the 8 major domains covered on the CFP® exam.

Insurance and Employee Benefits (CFP102)

Retirement Planning (CFP105)

Investment Planning (CFP103)

Estate Planning (CFP106)

Fundamentals and Ethical Considerations (CFP101)

Income Tax Planning (CFP104)

Financial Plan Development Course (Capstone) (CFP107)

8/18 - 9/4

12/15 - 1/14

8/25 - 9/11

1/5 - 1/22/15

10/1 - 10/20

10/8 - 10/23

11/3 - 11/19

11/17 -12/8

12/3 - 12/8

M, W, Th 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM Fee: $749

M, W, Th 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM Fee: $749

M, W, Th 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM Fee: $749

M, W, Th 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM Fee: $749

M, W, Th 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM Fee: $749

M, W, Th 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM Fee: $749

M, W, Th 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM Fee: $749

M, W, Th 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM Fee: $749

M, W, Th 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM Fee: $749

Cyber Security Training and Consulting Programs

The most popular information security and hacking training goes in-depth into the techniques used by malicious, black hat hackers with attention-getting lectures and hands-on lab exercises. While these hacking skills can be used for malicious purposes, these courses teach you how to use the same hacking techniques to perform a white-hat, ethical hack on your organization. You leave with the ability to quantitatively assess and measure threats to information assets and discover where your organization is most vulnerable to hacking in these courses.

Information Session - Network, Security, Forensics

Certified Penetration Testing Engineer (TE1001)

Certified Penetration Testing Consultant (TE1002)

Certified Information Systems Security Officer (TE1005)

Certified Professional Ethical Hacker (TE1003)

8/21

9/22 - 9/26

9/29 - 10/3

11/10 - 11/14

11/10 - 11/14

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7:00 PM to 8:00 PM FREE

9:00 AM to 5:00 PM Fee: $3500

9:00 AM to 5:00 PM Fee: $3500

9:00 AM to 5:00 PM Fee: $3500

9:00 AM to 5:00 PM Fee: $3500 uta.edu/ded/ced/vesi

The University of Texas at Arlington has partnered with Virtual Education Software, inc. (VESi) to offer

Continuing Professional Education Clock Hours for educators online or via CD-ROM. These interactive courses provide expert instruction at a pace that fits your schedule. To view a complete list of available courses visit: uta.edu/ded/ced/vesi

Early Childhood: Program Planning

Inclusion: Working with Students with Special Needs in General Education Classrooms

Talented & Gifted: Working with High Achievers

Traumatized Child: The Effects of Stress, Trauma & Violence on Student Learning

Distance Learning at Your Fingertips

Convenient*Relevant*Affordable

Fee: $259

Fee: $209

Fee: $209

Fee: $209

Convenient*Relevant*Affordable

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Classes Geared Toward Mature Adults 55+

Senior discounts are available on many courses.

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Forensic Examiner Certificate

Computer forensics involves data recovery employing a legal audit trail in support of criminal and civil investigation and/or litigation.

Previously restricted to law enforcement and corporate security, this training is now available to the general law-abiding public through universities and colleges. Completion of both 6-week, live online Computer Forensics Examiner courses provides computer professionals with the training needed to begin performing computer forensics on Windows and Mac computers.

Basic Forensics Examiner (CF1007)

Advanced Forensics Examiner (CF1008)

9/8 - 10/20

10/27 - 12/9

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M - Th

6:00 PM to 8:00 PM Fee: $449

6:00 PM to 8:00 PM Fee: $599

Texas Real Estate Courses

These courses offer prospective real estate agents an easy, cost-effective method of obtaining their Texas Real Estate Licenses.

Existing real estate agents may obtain their Texas Salesperson Annual Education as well. All of our online real estate courses fulfill your real estate education requirements as required by the Texas Real Estate Commission. Courses may be purchased individually or in a package.

“The Works” Package – 180 hrs. Fee: $540

Includes: Texas Principles of Real Estate, Law of Agency, Law of Contracts, Real Estate Finance, Promulgated Contracts, National

Real Estate Exam Prep, and MathMaster.

“Basic” Package – 180 hrs. Fee: $500

Includes: Texas Principles of Real Estate, Law of Agency, Law of Contracts, Real Estate Finance, and Promulgated Contracts.

Personal Trainer Continuing Education (CECs and CEUs)

The University of Texas Arlington has partnered with The World Instructor Training Schools (W.I.T.S.) to offer CEU courses for personal trainers. W.I.T.S. is an approved CEU provider for the Board of Certification for Athletic Trainers (BOC), the American Occupational

Therapy Association (AOTA), and National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork (NCBTMB), Veterans Training and

Education, the International Association of Continuing Education and Training (IACET). Book required for all courses.

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Kids and Teens University’s camps are designed to provide campers with well-organized and structured

STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) focused camps in a safe, fun and educational environment.

Grades 1 – 3

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Robotics (YP1293) 10/4 - 10/25 Sa 9:30 AM to 11:30 AM Fee: $179

Campers will be introduced to robotics in this STEM focused camp. Campers will design, build and program their robotic creation and create innovative projects using the LEGO

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WeDo Robotics Construction Set and Software Program.

Grades 4 – 6

LEGO

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Transformers Battle (YP1295)

Take part in the battle against the Decepticons in this LEGO

10/4 - 10/25 Sa 9:30 AM to 11:30 AM Fee: $189

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building camp. Campers will use their imagination and advanced LEGO ® building skills to create battle scenes of their favorite Transformer Autobot heroes.

Minecraft Ultimate Challenge II (YP1305) 10/4 - 10/25 Sa 9:30 AM to 11:30 AM Fee: $189

Camp participants will learn to improve their creation skills, and then put their skills to the test by participating in team based challenges.

This camp is guided by Minecraft© expert instructors.

Grades 7 – 8

LEGO

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Mindstorms EV3: Robotics Engineering (YP2012)

10/4 - 10/25 Sa 9:30 AM to 11:30 AM Fee: $179

This unique camp creatively challenges campers and gives them the opportunity to explore their engineering abilities. Campers will enthusiastically work in teams to design, build and program a robot using the LEGO ® Mindstorms EV3 robotics set and software.

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Abstract Painting in Acrylics (AR2379)

Acrylic paint is ideal for abstract painting because of its great versatility. Abstract painting concentrates more on the painting than the subject. That concentration focuses on self expression and the way the painting is constructed. Supply costs are in addition to the course fee.

11/11 - 12/6

Instructor:

Tu 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM

Vern Johnson

Fee: $125

Country & Western Dancing for Fun (DA2573)

This class will be adding some fun social dances to our basic dance program. Sweetheart Schottische and Cupid Shuffle are so much fun to do. Our Basic Dance program covers Two-Step,

Three-Step and Waltz. Come on out and add to your dance basics!

8/25 - 10/13

Instructor:

M 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM

Barbara Albright

Fee: $89

Introduction to Mosaics (AR2500)

This class covers mosaic design, terminology, resources and types of materials available in the mosaic world; substrates, fixatives, setting, grouting, sealing, finishing and tools and their use. Create a couple of mosaic art pieces to take home!

10/4 - 10/18

Instructor:

Sa 9:30 AM to 12:00 N

Troy Benthall

Fee: $129

Basic Ballroom Dancing (DA2556)

You will be learning the core dance of Ballroom Dancing: Foxtrot.

We will also be working on Waltz, and to spice it up some, the Tango for a Latin flair. Technique and dance frame will be emphasized to make your dancing smoother. Lead and Follow will be worked on in each dance.

8/25 - 10/13

Instructor:

M 7:05 PM to 8:05 PM

Barbara Albright

Fee: $89

Creative Writing

Creative Writing: Beginner’s Fiction (CO1721)

If you love to read and have always wanted to write a novel, now is your chance to learn how! Topics include: narration, characterization, dialogue, conflict, plot and style.

10/6 - 11/3

Instructor:

M 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM

Michelle Lenear-Stimpson

Fee: $179

First Dance as Bride and Groom (DA2567)

This special class will give you a mini-routine for your special dance. We will be covering Foxtrot, Waltz and Swing. If you have picked out the music for your First Dance, please bring it with you, and we will give you suggestions as to what type of dance you should do. This will be a very fun class for all the future Brides and

Grooms, as well as for their parents to brush up on their dancing before the Wedding.

How to E-Publish Your Book (CO1717)

Come and learn how to properly format your book for direct publication with major retailers and distributors. Participants will learn how to create a basic book cover, write descriptions that catch a reader’s attention and how to promote ebooks to maximize exposure and profits.

8/25 - 9/22 M 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM Fee: $149

Writing a Cookbook: From Fundraiser to Family

Heirloom (CO1211)

Learn how to make the process of writing a cookbook as organized and simple as possible. This course will cover everything from taste-testing recipes, to choosing a printer, to how to submit your cookbook for consideration by publishers.

8/25 - 9/22

Instructor:

M 8:10 PM to 9:10 PM

Barbara Albright

Financial Planning

Fee: $59

Enriching Your Retirement: Making the Most of the Next

30 Years (FP2180)

Congratulations, you’re retired! Now what? This course is designed specifically for retirees who are interested in learning how to balance finances and lifestyle. Topics include: Life

Planning, Travel, Hobbies and Recreation, Income Strategies, and

Estate Planning.

Fee: $59

Fee: $59

10/8 - 11/5

Instructor:

W 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM

Amber Royer

Fee: $149

11/6 - 11/13

11/11 - 11/18

Instructor:

Th 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM

Tu 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM

Joshua Strittmatter

Investing for Beginners (FP2115)

Whether you are preparing to do your own stock market investing or want to make sure your financial advisor is providing good advice, this class is designed to help you answer common questions of beginners.

9/25 - 10/2

Instructor:

Th 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM

Jim Wigen

Fee: $99

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Financial Planning (cont.) Food and Wine

Managing Your Financial Life: Plan Well & Invest

Wisely (FP2160)

This unique and comprehensive course focuses on the issues and financial concepts that are important to retirees. In straightforward language, this course explains financial strategies designed to accomplish objectives such as tax-efficient income planning, lifestyle preservation, inflation protection and providing a legacy.

All About Cookies (CK3004)

This is a fun and delightful class giving you an extensive overview of making different kinds of cookies, baking tips, storing, freezing, and decorating cookies. As a final touch, make your own cookie bouquet.

9/20 - 9/27

Instructor:

Sa 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM

Melanie Webb

Fee: $79

12/4 - 12/11

Instructor:

10/14 - 10/28

12/2 - 12/16

Instructor:

Th 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM

Roger Whitney

Tu 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM

Tu 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM

James Ryan

Fee: $59

Real Estate Investment Fundamentals (RE5060)

Avoid costly mistakes that can derail novice investors. Learn time tested and simple to follow techniques from an industry veteran. Topics covered will include: how to bid on HUD and foreclosure properties, estimating rehab costs, obtaining a loan, types of loans available, methods investors use to find distressed properties, creative exit strategies for investors, as well as tax benefits of owning investment property. Discussions will include specific areas in North Texas.

Fee: $149

Fee: $149

Cake Decorating - Beginning (CK3000)

With an abundance of hands-on guidance from your instructor, you will learn the unique art of figure piping, lovely drop flowers, and the ever-popular rose. Printing and writing are also included.

Fee includes required text. Supplies are in addition to course fee.

8/19 - 9/9

Instructor:

Tu 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM

Melanie Webb

Fee: $99

Cake Decorating - Intermediate (CK3001)

Master elegant new borders featuring rosettes, reverse shells, and rope designs. Give your cakes incredible dimensions with the addition of bold color flow decorations. Create and use these flowers in a grand finale impressive flower basket cake using the interwoven basket weave technique. Fee includes required text.

Supplies in addition to course fee.

Retirement Planning Strategies (FP2150)

This course will teach you how to develop your own personalized retirement plan as well as provide key insights into helping you enjoy this next phase of your life. Topics include financial basics, retirement saving and income strategies, tax reduction, investment strategies, and insurance and estate planning. An illustrated textbook is included in the course fee.

9/18 - 9/25

9/23 - 9/30

Instructor:

Th 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM

Tu 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM

Joshua Strittmatter

Fee: $59

Fee: $59

Social Security Optimization: Getting The Most From

Your Benefits (FP2170)

Social Security is one of the most significant sources of retirement income for many people. Deciding how to claim social security is one of the most important financial decisions you will make as you plan for retirement. Misinformation can cause you to make poor claiming decisions and vastly reduce your overall benefits. Social

Security Optimization will teach you proven strategies to get the most out of your Social Security benefits.

9/16 - 10/7

Instructor:

Wine Appreciation (SI3007)

Explore the history of wine in this exquisite wine appreciation course. Enjoy a four course food sampling and wine pairing from the casually elegant Italian dining Romano’s Macaroni Grill’s chef.

Hosted in a private room for your dining pleasure. Participants must be 21 years old or older to register for this course.

8/19 - 9/9

Instructor:

Tu 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM

Melanie Webb

Tu 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM

James Crawford

Fee: $115

Fee: $160

10/22

10/29

Instructor:

W 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM

W 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM

Joshua Strittmatter

Fee: $49

Fee: $49

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Foreign Language

Arabic Level I (FL0981)

This course is designed for the absolute beginner or for those who know a few words or phrases and desire to improve or perfect their knowledge. We will start with the basics and will move to a standard of knowledge which should enable you to deal with many social situations. Book Required.

Spanish Language: Level II (FL0122)

This course is designed to help students review regular and irregular present tense verbs and the present progressive.

Preterite, imperfect, and future tenses will be introduced.

11/1 - 12/13

Instructor:

Sa 9:00 AM to 11:40 AM

Lidia Abbott

Fee: $139

9/11 - 10/30 Th 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM Fee: $139

French Level I (FL0610)

This course includes reading and dictation with active participation of the students in the form of multiple exercises to reinforce the lesson of the day. Practical application will be practiced. Book

Required.

Spanish Language: Level III (FL0123)

This course is designed to help students review regular and irregular present tense verbs and the present progressive.

Perterite, imperfect, and future tenses will be introduced. The main emphasis will be on verbal group situation practice and comprehension which helps provide a strong foundation in conversational Spanish.

10/7 - 11/25 Tu 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM Fee: $139

German Conversation Level I (FL1111)

This course is an introduction to the German language and culture.

It provides practice in comprehension of the spoken language to master real-life conversational situations. Students will gain basic skills to communicate in Germany, Austria or Switzerland.

9/8 - 10/27

9/18 - 11/6

Instructor:

M 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM

Th 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM

Pier Giorgio Scorcelletti

Fee: $139

Italian Conversation: Level I (FL0401)

Students will be introduced to the language and will learn correct pronunciation and conversational Italian. The course will also introduce elements of geography, history, culture and cuisine of

Italy, useful for those planning to travel.

Fee: $139

Sign Language: Level I (FL0901)

This course is designed for the beginner to learn skills for communicating with the Deaf using American Sign Language.

The class is taught based on a conversational approach with emphasis on communication strategies and real world scenarios.

9/6 - 10/4

10/28 - 12/16

Instructor:

Sa 11:50 AM to 2:15 PM

Tu 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM

A Lucy Barragan

Tu 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM

A Lucy Barragan

Home and Garden

Fee: $139

Spanish Total Immersion: Level I (FL0131)

This class will emphasize verbal practice and comprehension through a total immersion program that will help provide a strong, short-term foundation for your ultimate goal with the language.

Only Spanish will be spoken in this class. Book is required for first class.

8/19 - 10/7

Instructor:

Fee: $139

Spanish Total Immersion: Level II (FL0132)

Learn non-English conjugation techniques in a complete immersion setting. Correctly placed pronouns, nouns, adjectives, adverbs, and more will be dynamically implemented by way of brief narratives. Only Spanish will be spoken in this class.

Fee: $139

9/3 - 10/22

Instructor:

Spanish for Medical Professionals (FL0141)

This course will emphasize basic grammar, pronunciation, and healthcare setting dialogues. Appropriate vocabulary and idioms will be taught. Prior knowledge of Spanish is not a prerequisite.

Class sessions will become more advanced as the course progresses.

8/26 - 10/14

Instructor:

W 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM

Marian Red

Tu 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM

Lidia Abbott

Fee: $139

Fee: $139

Spanish Language: Level I (FL0121)

Learning a new language can be fun, exciting, and can help you during travels or business transactions. Students will learn about basic grammar and vocabulary and will master phrases helpful in social situations.

Home Staging Basics (HG2500)

Our home staging accredited instructor will share the 3 “C”s that will help increase a property’s value and appeal and promote buyer interest.

9/23

Instructor:

9/20

Instructor:

Tu 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM

Dorean Bryant

Sa 9:30 AM to 11:00 AM

Steve Chaney

Fee: $59

Vegetable Gardening for the Fall (HG2642)

Learn to grow vegetables all year. Many successful home gardeners grow vegetables in the spring, fall, and winter. Learn site selection, soil preparation, planning the home vegetable garden, mulching, fertilizing, and watering.

Fee: $35

9/6 - 10/11

Instructor:

Sa 9:00 AM to 11:40 AM

Lidia Abbott

Fee: $139

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Life and Wellness

Hatha Yoga: Levels I & II (LI3019)

Relax and re-energize at the end of the day with relaxation techniques, gentle stretching and breathing exercises. Classes consist of mind clearing relaxation and centering, pranayama

(breathing exercise), and asanas (yoga exercises) followed by a guided relaxation/meditation.

Reiki for Mind, Body, Spirit: Level I (LI2997)

Reiki is a system of natural healing that enhances our own physical capabilities. It is a deep relaxation process that can enhance business and personal lives. In this course, you will learn the basics of reiki and how to facilitate sessions for yourself and others. Includes “hands-on” practice. Book required.

10/1 - 11/19

Instructor:

9/9 - 9/30

Instructor:

10/7 - 10/28

Instructor:

W 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM

Donna Austin

Intoduction to Acupressure (LI5205)

This course will cover the basic principles of Traditional Chinese

Medicine, how to increase healing within the body through acupressure, Chinese massage (Tuina), and energy release techniques. Join us in learning a fun and exciting way to reduce pain and become healthier. This class is approved for Massage

Therapists to receive their CEUs in the State of Texas and nationally through NCBTMB.

T 7:00 PM to 9:30 PM

Terry Norman

Intermediate Acupressure (LI5206)

We will cover lifestyle changes that can lead to a healthier and pain free life, such as Yoga flexibility stretches and the six (6) conditions of good health. We will continue with the acupressure and massage procedures from the first course. Also, a full body massage using acupressure and a procedure using energy releasing and orthopedic massage techniques will be introduced.

Prerequisites: Introduction to Acupressure or permission of instructor.

Tu 7:30 PM to 10:00 PM

Terry Norman

Fee: $90

Fee: $119

Fee: $99

Meditation 101 & Chakra Clearing (LI4522)

This class teaches the basics of yogic meditation and how to train your mind to deal with chronic thinking and negative emotions.

The yogic practice of meditation is one of the primary foundations for alternative healing. You will learn the Chakra system and how to clear your chakras by combining all the techniques you learn in this class into one meditational practice. This class will include exercises and class participation.

9/11 - 9/25

10/9 - 10/23

9/3 - 10/8 W 7:45 PM to 9:20 PM

10/29 - 12/10 W 7:45 PM to 9:20 PM

Music

Song Writing (CO4122)

9/2 - 9/23

Instructor:

Th 7:00 PM to 9:30 PM

Th 7:00 PM to 9:30 PM

Tu 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM

Joshua Cogan

Fee: $79

Reiki for Mind, Body, Spirit: Level II (LI2998)

In this course, you will expand on the skills learned in Reiki for

Mind, Body, Spirit: Level I, which will include sending distant reiki.

Book required.

Fee: $79

Tai Chi: Levels I and II (SP3005)

Level I: Reduce stress as well as improve your balance, mobility, muscle tone, and health with this system of mental and physical exercise handed down from the Yang Clan. You learn Introductory

Yang Form and breathing exercises. Level II: The refinement of the

Yang style form taught in Level I. Corrections for the movements of the Form are conducted. You also learn Chi Kung exercises.

Fee: $115

Fee: $115

Learn the fundamentals of song writing in this exciting and fun class. Learn online writing with Garage Band in our MAC lab.

Learn traditional and non-traditional song structure, writing against beats, using different instruments, rhythm and melody and more!

Each class will produce a finished song exercise and each student will take home a recorded example of their work and have their very own CD!

Fee: $169

9/16 - 9/30

Instructor:

Tu 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM

Steve Reedy

Fee: $114

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Crowdfunding - Turn Your Dream Into Reality

(BU3079)

Crowdfunding is the collection of money from backers — the

“crowd” — to fund an initiative, usually via the Internet. Social media and crowdfunding platforms like Kickstarter have made it easier for artists, entrepreneurs, and inventors, to seek funding for their projects. This class will give you an overview of the industry and practical steps to launching a successful crowdfunding campaign.

11/8

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Digital Photography in a Snap(shot)! (CSR1905)

The class will introduce and explain how to manipulate your camera’s settings, and you will practice these techniques before learning how to properly upload and organize digital files on the computer. You will need any digital camera, the corresponding memory stick and USB cord or card reader to participate.

11/8 - 11/15 eBay Stores (EC1861)

This class takes you through: how to set up your eBay store, optimizie and market your eBay store effectively, traffic reporting and so much more!

8/19

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9/13 - 9/20

Instructor:

Sa 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Patrick Loc

Sa 9:00 AM to 12:00 N

Tu 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM

Dorothy Kennedy

Sa 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM

Michael Sears

Fee: $200

Fee: $99

Fee: $124

Women’s Basic Auto Care (SI2482)

Women’s basic auto care is a hands-on practical course designed to provide participants with an overview of basic auto care and maintenance. Learn how to check fluids, air pressure and much more in this informative and interactive class. Supplies are in addition to course fee.

Fee: $115

Young at Heart Computing: iPad and iPhone Edition

(CSR1908)

This class is designed to give you hands-on instruction on how to make the best use out of your iPad/iPhone. Gain access to information about social media, traveling, cooking and television and news all with the tap of your finger. Students who have iPads/ iPhones are asked to bring them to class.

8/16 - 8/23 Sa 9:00 AM to 12:00 N Fee: $110

Young at Heart Mouse and Keyboard (CSR1704)

Would you like to learn how to use a computer, but don’t know how to get started? This class is designed especially for you.

During this complimentary class you will learn how to turn on a computer and learn basic keyboard and mouse skills.

8/25 M 8:30 AM to 11:30 AM

Young at Heart Computing: Basic (CSR1705)

FREE

This hands-on course is designed especially and exclusively for computer users 55 years and older. It is intended to provide a laid-back, fun, and easy-to-navigate curriculum, where you can better interact with today’s technology.

9/8 - 9/10 M, W 8:30 AM to 11:30 AM Fee: $110

Young at Heart: Restorative Yoga (LI3018)

Gentle yoga to improve your strength, stamina, balance and flexibility. Along with breathing techniques, poses will be modified to meet each individual’s needs allowing yoga students to fully experience their physical and mental potential. Students will need a yoga sticki mat. Blocks and straps will be provided.

9/29 - 11/17 M 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM Fee: $80

Young at Heart Computing: Intermediate (CSR1706)

You will work with files and folders, and learn how to customize the Desktop in Windows. We will also look at more advanced word processing techniques like clip art. We will cover topics on the Internet, including bookmarking, and adding attachments to e-mail.

Motorcycle Safety

The Motorcycle Safety Foundation Basic Rider and

Experienced Rider courses offered in partnership with

Texas R.I.D.E.R. are available on the UT Arlington campus.

Classes are scheduled on the weekends with a combination of classroom and practical training. For schedule and registration information, please contact our office at

817-272-2581.

10/6 - 10/8 M, W 8:30 AM to 11:30 AM Fee: $110

Young at Heart Computing: Internet and Email Made

Simple (CSR1710)

Learn how to effectively search for information on the Internet and use Email. Find a long lost friend. Research topics that are important to you. Learn how to make travel arrangements, get driving directions and find electronic newspapers. Learn how to send and receive photos electronically from family and friends.

11/3 - 11/5 M, W 8:30 AM to 11:30 AM Fee: $110

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A majority of the Health Career programs can be completed in six months or less and may require a background check and drug screen. A high school diploma (or equivalent) is required for all programs with the exceptions of CNA and CPR. Immunization requirements vary by program and externship site. Proof of current immunizations must be provided prior to the start of class. For a complete list of program and externship policies, prerequisite information, and other details, visit our website at www.uta.edu/ded/hci

Free Information Sessions

Health Careers Institute information sessions are offered every Wednesday. Meeting times vary.

Reserve your seat by calling 817-272-0387.

Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers

The BLS for Healthcare Providers course is designed to train healthcare providers in the lifesaving skills of CPR, AED use, and relief of choking. This class is approved by the American Heart

Association. Hours: 5 classroom hours, held on Saturday.

Fee: $75 (includes CPR certification card)

Certified Nurse Aide (60/40) **

The course prepares students to provide direct care to patients under the supervision of a registered nurse or other member of the medical staff. Classroom and clinical instruction prepares students to handle a wide range of tasks related to patient care.

Some of these tasks include assisting patients with activities of daily living (ADL), bedside care, obtaining vital signs, and great emphasis on patient communication. Upon successful completion, students are awarded a certificate of completion from

UT Arlington. Students who complete the program and satisfy the

Texas Department of Aging and Disability (TDADS) requirements are eligible to take the State of Texas Nurse Aide Exam.

Fee: $2,000

Clinical Medical Assistant (140/160) **

The Clinical Medical Assistant course prepares students to work in private medical practices, hospitals, medical clinics, and other healthcare facilities. The student will learn how to schedule medical procedures, take patient medical histories, update patient medical files, measure and record vitals, administer EKG/ECGs, instruct patients on medication usage, collect lab specimens, sterilize medical instruments, plus much more. Upon successful completion, students are awarded a certificate of completion from

UT Arlington and are eligible to take the National Healthcareer

Association’s Certified Clinical Medical Assistant certification exam.

Fee: $4,500

Dental Assistant (176/160) **

Train to work in a dental office in less than six months. Classroom and practical instruction includes oral health, dental disease prevention, infection control, dental instrumentation, oral anatomy, and assisting in the delivery of dental care and treatment. Upon successful completion, students are awarded a certificate of completion from UT Arlington and are eligible to take the State of Texas mandated registration course which is included in the program cost. State of Texas Dental Assistant (1) licensing fee and (2) activation fee not included.

Fee: $5,000

Dialysis Technician (80)

Under the supervision of physicians and registered nurses, Dialysis

Technicians operate kidney dialysis machines, prepare dialyzer reprocessing and delivery systems as well as maintain and repair equipment. Furthermore, technicians work with patients during dialysis procedures and monitor and record vital signs as well as administer local anesthetics and drugs as needed. Additionally, they may also be involved in the training of patients for at-home dialysis treatment. Upon successful completion, students are awarded a certificate of completion from UT Arlington.

Fee: $3,000

EKG/ECG Technician (80/40) **

The EKG/ECG Technician course offers classroom and practical instruction in obtaining electrocardiograms in healthcare settings.

Instruction includes patient preparation, methods for obtaining an electrocardiogram, and equipment use and maintenance.

Students will also learn to recognize normal and abnormal electrocardiogram patterns. Upon successful completion, students are awarded a certificate of completion from UT Arlington and are eligible to take the National Healthcareer Association certification exam.

Fee: $2,700

(classroom hours/externship or clinical hours) *Includes textbook(s) and National Certification

** Includes textbooks, uniform, CPR Certification, Professional Liability Insurance, and the exam fee.

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Electronic Health Records Specialist (Online) (120)*

This course covers the usage and management of health information and the electronic health record (EHR). The student will learn to assemble a patient’s health record and ensure that all information is complete, properly identified, and authenticated.

Topics discussed include medical terminology, electronic data entry, data analysis, and record retention. This course also provides students with a practical understanding of the role of an electronic health record specialist and their importance in the healthcare industry. Upon successful completion, students are awarded a certificate of completion from UT Arlington and are eligible to take the National Healthcareer Association certification exam.

Medical Front Office Specialist (240) *

The Medical Front Office Specialist program is a comprehensive course that incorporates Medical Coding and Billing, Electronic

Health Records, and Medical Administrative Assistant. Students will learn medical terminology, insurance codes, and medical office administration skills. This program will prepare students to work as a Medical Front Office Assistant, Medical Receptionist, Medical

Billing Specialist, Medical Insurance Specialist, and Medical Office

Specialist. Upon successful completion, students are awarded a certificate of completion from UT Arlington and are eligible to take the National Healthcareer Association’s Certified Billing and

Coding Specialist Exam, Medical Administrative Assistant exam, and Electronic Health Records Specialist exam.

Fee: $4,000 Fee: $8,000

Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) (176/96)**

EMTs work under the direct supervision of Emergency Medical

Services Paramedics. Classroom and practical instruction prepare the students to handle a wide range of tasks related to emergency care. In this course students will learn: patient assessment, basic life support, pre-hospital care (controlling bleeding, bandaging wounds, and immobilizing broken bones), dispatcher communication, ambulance driving, and ambulance maintenance. Upon completion of the course, students will take the certification exam through Pearson Vue for the National

Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians.

Medical Terminology (Online)

Learn at your own pace while getting a head start on your healthcare training. In this comprehensive online course, you will learn the essential word parts and terms used in medicine.

Learning methods include extensive hands-on access, repetition, and case studies. Course topics include basic word structure, organization of the body, prefixes & suffixes, body systems, and medical specialists and care reports. Upon successful completion, students will receive a certificate of completion from

UT Arlington.

Fee: $345 (includes textbook)

Fee: $3,000

HESI A2 Exam Preparatory Course

This exam preparation course is offered to students planning to take the HESI A2 test for admission into the Registered Nursing program or other health occupations programs that require this exam. Topics covered are reading comprehension, grammar, vocabulary, math, anatomy & physiology, biology, chemistry, and physics. Book required.

Fee: $139

Medical Coding and Billing/ Medical Administrative

Assistant (120) *

Learn the fundamentals of medical coding and billing. Topics covered include administrative front-office procedures, medical terminology and anatomy, CPT, ICD-9 and HCPCS Coding.

Professionalism and confidentiality in the healthcare industry will also be emphasized. Upon successful completion, the student is awarded a certificate of completion from UT Arlington and is eligible to take the National Healthcareer Association’s Certified

Coding and Billing Specialist exam and Medical Administrative

Assistant exam.

Mental Health Technician (80/80) **

Mental Health Technicians work with people who are mentally ill, recovering from drug or alcohol addiction, have mental disorders, or have a mental health crisis of other sorts. Techs work in a variety of venues that can include long-term care facilities, general and psychiatric hospitals, addiction treatment facilities, nursing homes and schools for people with mental disabilities. They may also be called psychiatric techs, mental health aides, or psychiatric aides.

The mental health technician course prepares students to work as a part of a health care team that can include doctors, therapists, psychiatrists, and nurses. Upon successful completion, students will receive a certificate of completion from UT Arlington and are eligible to take the National Career Certification Board Mental

Health Technician exam.

Fee: $3,000

Fee: $4,000 Additional fees apply for National Medical

Administrative Assistant exam.

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Patient Care Technician (220/160) **

Our PCT program consists of three components: Certified Nurse

Aide, EKG Technician, and Phlebotomy Technician. Through classroom and practical instruction, the student will learn to assist with in-patient and out-patient care. Topics include bedside care, obtaining vital signs and measurements, collecting blood samples, and recording electrocardiograms. Upon successful completion, students will be awarded a certificate of completion from UT

Arlington and are eligible to take the Nurse Aide certification exam with the State of Texas, as well as the National Healthcareer

Physical Therapy Aide (80/80) **

This course prepares students to be entry level aides in a variety of rehabilitative settings such as physical and occupational therapy clinics, home healthcare agencies, hospitals, nursing homes and assisted living facilities. Classroom content includes basic patient care and patient handling skills, the role of the rehabilitation aide, effective communication, workplace safety, knowledge of medical terminology, and basic rehabilitation and occupational therapy skills. The student will be prepared to monitor and perform basic patient care services upon course completion. Upon successful

Association’s certification exams for Phlebotomy and EKG. completion, students are awarded a certificate of completion from

UT Arlington.

Fee: $7,700 Additional fee may apply for PCT certification.

Pharmacy Technician (120/80) **

Fee: $3,000

The Pharmacy Technician program prepares students to work

Sleep Technician/Polysomnography (90) under the direct supervision of a licensed pharmacist in various healthcare settings. The student will learn how to assess medication orders, dispense medications, maintain inventory, and provide pharmacy billing services. Special emphasis will be placed on providing excellent customer service. Upon successful completion of the program, students are awarded a certificate of completion from UT Arlington and are eligible to take the Pharmacy

Technician Certification Board Exam.

Fee:

This course prepares the student to work in Polysomnography

(Sleep) Laboratories. Polysomnography is the study of sleep patterns and abnormalities. Students study encephalography

(EEG), the study of electrical activity of the brain, electrooculography

(EOG), the study of the electrical activity of the eye, and electromyography (EMG), the study of the electrical activity of muscles. This course also includes electrocardiology (ECG), the study of the electrical activity of the heart as well as effects on

$4,500 Additional fees apply for tech-in-training the respiratory system. Upon successful completion, students are registration, fingerprint session, and Pharmacy Technician awarded a certificate of completion from UT Arlington.

Certification Board (PTCB) exam.

Fee: $3,000

Phlebotomy Technician (80/80) **

Train for a career as a certified Phlebotomist. The program includes classroom and practical skills application in anatomy and physiology of the blood system, procedures used to obtain various blood specimens, common blood testing, specimen handling and preparations, and safety standards. The student will also practice capillary and venous blood draws using various blood extraction devices. Upon successful completion, students are awarded a certificate of completion from UT Arlington and are eligible to take the National Healthcareer Association certification exam.

Fee: $3,000

Veterinary Assistant (208/500) **

Do you love working with animals? Our training course prepares the student to assist the veterinarian in animal hospitals or clinics as well as working in other animal care settings. The classroom and practical aspects of the course include animal anatomy, animal behavior, preventative health, emergency care, lab procedures, and surgical assisting for veterinary practices. The course follows a curriculum developed by the Texas Veterinary Medical

Association and meets the requirements for students to take the

Certified Veterinary Assistant Level I exam which is included in the program fee. Upon successful completion, students are awarded a certificate of completion from UT Arlington.

Fee: $4,200

(classroom hours/externship or clinical hours) *Includes textbook(s) and National Certification

** Includes textbooks, uniform, CPR Certification, Professional Liability Insurance, and the exam fee.

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Access 2010: Level I (DB1936)

Learn to build relational databases after completing this informative course that will teach you the fundamentals of Access as you work with tables, queries, reports, and forms and much more.

Access 2010: Level II (DB1937) p. 8

This course covers intermediate concepts, features, and functions of Access 2010. Topics include: relating tables, referential integrity, joins, queries, forms, reports, charts, PivotTables, and

Internet integration.

Accounting for Accounts Receivable (AC2023) procedures for working with accounts receivable.

p. 8 p. 5

In this course you will be introduced to the proper accounting

Adobe Premiere - Video Editing (VE1401) p. 14

This course will cover the basics of video editing that includes workflows, pixel aspect ratio, importing files, exporting still frames, making a rough cut, creating titles, adding ambient sounds to cover audio breaks, and more!

Advanced Mediation for Corporations (BU1509) p. 10

This advanced mediation course examines the psycho-social, financial and legal communications and relational aspects of mediation while focusing on the negotiation skills required for dealing with complex issues within corporations. Prerequisite:

Basic Mediation.

Adobe After Effects - Movie Magic (VE1402) p. 14

Take your editing skills to another level to include cinematic visual effects and motion graphics. Extend your creativity with built-in text and shape extrusion, new mask feathering options, and the fast, easy-to-use 3D Camera Tracker.

Android Programming - Level 1 (PG9090) p. 11

Through a series of hands-on workshops, you will install the tools, build the example app, and be ready to publish it to the Google

Play store or your own web site. Once you have finished this

Android boot-camp, you will have a practical foundation to learn the rest of the API.

Adobe Audition for Home Studio and Sound Design

(AD1901) p. 11, 14, 15

This class introduces fundamentals of recording techniques and equipment used within a budget recording studio. Concepts such as defining what audio is, signal flow, signal processors, microphones, consoles and other digital studio basics are taught.

Hands-on experience with studio equipment augments classroom instruction.

Adobe Dreamweaver - Beginner (WD1921) p. 14, 16

This course will step you through the basics you need to create simple web pages. Learn to use tools such as page properties, layouts, behaviors, tables, navigation, inserting Flash animations, and more.

Android Programming - Level 2 (PG9091) p. 11

The course covers how to program Android data persistence, multithreading, and web services. Advanced topics related to networking, and SQLite are also covered. At the end of the course, software developers will have the skills to create intermediateadvanced Android apps.

Android Programming - Level 3 (PG9092) p. 11

Students will be exposed to Google Maps API and tracking device movement. Topics include: use of physical sensors to detect device orientation; movement detection and sensing environment; use of camera and Bluetooth devices.

Adobe Fireworks (WD1925) p. 11, 14, 16

Learn how to use tools in Fireworks to create and edit graphics with both vector and bitmap images. Other topics include working with layers, building buttons, adding rollovers, slicing images, optimizing, and exporting graphics.

Applied Machine Shop Theory (CNC1010) p. 6

This course is designed to help students gain the skills necessary to comprehend mathematics in the machine shop. The successful participant will possess the knowledge of understanding and calculating RPM, surface speed, feed rates, machining time, right angle trigonometry, sine bar calculations, calculate tap drill sizes, measuring threads with wires, calculating pitch diameter, minor diameter, helix angle, pitch and lead of threads.

Adobe Photoshop - Beginner (GD1905) p. 7, 14, 15

This course will provide students with the foundation necessary to become proficient in Photoshop. Raster versus vector images, selection tools, layers, filters, image sizing for print & web, image adjustments will be covered. Students will have plenty of handson activities to reinforce the course material.

Augmented Reality using Vuforia - Beginner (GP1007) p. 11, 15, 16

Vuforia is a software platform for Android and iOS that enables your app to see images from a Vuforia target database on the device or in the cloud. When a target is recognized, your app generates augmented reality experiences, unlocks new functionality and content, or unleashes anything else you can imagine.

Adobe Photoshop CS6-Advanced for Photographers

(PH3210) p. 7

This class focuses on the tools in Adobe Photoshop necessary for a digital photographer. While practicing the global techniques of changing an image’s color, exposure, and contrast, we will also learn how to creatively use sharpening, blurring and noise control. Photographs will be taken from RAW format and edited in a professional and non-destructive way.

Augmented Reality using Vuforia - Advanced (GP1008) p. 15

Vuforia is a software platform for Android and iOS that enables your app to see images from a Vuforia target database on the device or in the cloud. This course covers the integration of augmented reality using live data and location based features for business applications or multiplayer games.

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AutoCAD Introduction (AU1020) p. 7, 15

This hands-on course is designed for those new to AutoCAD training and covers the basic commands necessary to create 2D production drawings. Learn how to set up a drawing, basic 2D drawing and editing commands, point input methods, and object snaps with tracking and more.

Business Writing Basics (CO2507) p. 5, 6, 8

The Business Writing Basics course is designed for individuals who are, or will be responsible for creating business correspondence in the form of business letters, e-mail memos and messages.

Topics include: format, punctuation, style, voice, sequence and editing tips. A portion of this class will be dedicated to the drafting and review of letters and e-mails.

AutoCAD Advanced 3D p.7, 15

This class is devoted to solid modeling in AutoCAD. This class will teach the user how to move the UCS, construct and modify geometry, view parts, and render. This is all in 3 dimensions and utilizes solids and solids editing commands found only in the full version of AutoCAD.

Capstones p. 7, 9, 11, 14, 15, 16

Students must complete this final course in order to obtain an overall program certificate for their field of study.

Basic Blueprint Reading (BPR1901) p. 6

This course introduces the basic principles of blueprint reading.

Topics include line types, orthographic projections, dimensioning methods, and notes. Upon completion, students should be able to interpret basic blueprints and visualize the features of a part.

Commercial Drawing Fundamentals (WD1856) p. 14, 16

Topics help develop skills specifically for commercial art use like in interfaces, animation, concept art, storyboards, prototypes, and wireframes. Styles from different genre of art like anime, manga, fantasy, and science fiction, steam punk, period art, and more will also be covered.

Basic Forensics Examiner (CF1007) p. 18

The 50-hour basic course is intended for those new to computer forensics, but capable of loading and operating Windows. This introductory course provides an inexpensive vehicle to not only prepare for more advanced and challenging technical training, but also to better assess your aptitude for an increasingly competitive and demanding computer forensics career.

CompTIA A+ Certification Training (CP0003) p. 6

The A+ certification demonstrates competency as a computer technician. CompTIA A+ certification is a vendor neutral certification that covers numerous technologies and operating systems from such vendors as Microsoft, Apple Inc., Novell and some of the Linux variations.

Board Development (NI5261) p. 12

Recruiting the best board members requires attention to ensure that you have the right people on your team. Board development is not about only identifying people with influence to be a part of your organization. In order to have a successful organization, you must identify the necessary skills, networks, diversity and roles to create an effective and efficient board. Book required.

Build Apps for Windows Phone and Windows 8 with C# and XAML (WPG1981) p. 16

In this course, you will learn how to use Visual Studio and Blend for

Visual Studio to build and publish your own apps to the Windows

Phone Store and Windows Store.

Business of Music and Sound Design Production

(AD1903) p. 11

Learn how to properly market and sell your music or your artists’ music from a veteran music producer actively working many years in the music industry. This course covers understanding how audio recording producers and supervisors work, and how to find new artists. There will be lecture and hands-on coaching on when and how to sell and market to the right people to get publishing deals.

CompTIA Network+ Certification Training (CP0002) p. 6

The CompTIA Network+ certification is an international industry credential that validates the knowledge of networking professionals with at least nine months of experience in network support or administration or adequate academic training.

CompTIA Security+ Certification Training (CP0004) p. 6

The CompTIA Security+ certification tests for security knowledge mastery of an individual with two years on-the-job networking experience, with emphasis on security. The exam covers industry wide topics including communication security, infrastructure security, cryptography, access control, authentication, external attack and operational and organization security.

Construction Project Cost Estimation (EM1200) p. 10

This course examines various systematic approaches to cost estimating for the purposes of developing estimates and budgets to be used for competitive bidding, productivity, negotiation, cost tracking and cost analysis.

Construction Specifications and Documentation

(EM1100) p. 10

This course will introduce the student to the organization of construction plans, sections, details and specifications; how to read and interpret the information and the hierarchy of the documents. Actual construction plans and specifications will be used as models for class discussion.

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Creating Mobile Apps Without Code (GD2002) p. 11, 16

This class will give you the ability to create fully functional native and non-native mobile apps for small business - WITHOUT CODING!

Apps you create can be easily published to both Android Google

Play and iOS Apple Store. Learn how to create real-world mobile solutions for business, including mobile coupons, food ordering, loyalty programs, push notifications and much more.

Criminal Law and Procedure for Paralegals (LA1334) p. 12

An introduction to criminal law and procedure; criminal law forms and documents and preparation for criminal litigation using the systems approach.

Crowdfunding - Turn Your Dream Into Reality (BU3079) p. 12, 13, 14, 23

Crowdfunding is the collection of money from backers — the

“crowd” — to fund an initiative, usually via the Internet. Social media and crowdfunding platforms like Kickstarter have made it easier for artists, entrepreneurs, and inventors, to seek funding for their projects. This class will give you an overview of the industry and practical steps to launching a successful crowdfunding campaign.

Developing the Support Network for Special Needs

Providers (ASD7308) p. 16

New and experienced special needs providers will benefit from this course by learning new strategies for motivating, managing and communicating the concerns of clients and consumers. A portion of the course will be dedicated to exploring questions such as what happens with adult individuals with ASD and examining the unique stressors experienced by parents, extended family and caregivers.

Digital Wildlife Photography (PH3115) p. 7

This course will address the technical knowledge and creative advice that you will need. How many megapixels are enough?

What are the advantages of Raw vs JPEG? How do you stalk an animal? How do you best compose a landscape shot or handle a waterfall? All of these and more will be addressed to help you get the most from your digital SLR camera. There will be two required

Sunday field trips.

Donor Cultivation and Development (NI5264) p. 12

Do you want to get into the door of a new corporation and or start a relationship with an individual donor? Learn simple cultivation tips to meet that new donor and cultivate them into lasting longterm donors.

Effective Project Execution and Control (PM6219) p. 13

This course provides valuable information on project management,

- and, it actually will help you organize and deliver your next project, no matter what type of project you may be managing.

Effective Project Initiation and Planning (PM6218) p. 13

This course concentrates on a practical methodology for Project

Management based on accepted best practices, as defined in the PMBOK® Guide 5th Edition. The projects discussed will be useful in preparing for professional certification, such as the

Project Management Professional (PMP®) or Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM®) exams.

Email Marketing (BU3071) p. 12, 13

Email marketing is thought to be one of the most powerful tools in your tool box for establishing and building relationships that drive business success. Because it can be so cost-effective, many jump in without understanding the basics. The results can be surprisingly challenging given the hostile environment of today’s inbox.

Digital Nature and Landscape Photography (PH3114) p. 7

This course will address the technical knowledge and creative advice that you will need. How many megapixels are enough?

What are the advantages of Raw vs JPEG? How do you best compose a landscape shot or handle a waterfall? There will be one required Sunday field trip. Book required.

Excel 2010: Level I (SS1934) p. 5, 8

Get your worksheets to work for you! This introductory course will show students how to create worksheets, manage data, use menus, manage worksheets, use basic formulas, format and edit worksheets, adjust alignment, and setup for printing.

Digital Photography Light and Lighting (PH3112) p. 7

This course covers photography lighting basics and will help you develop the art of seeing light. Discover how to take indoor and outdoor photos utilizing available light and on-camera flash, and experiment using professional studio lights.

Excel 2010: Level II (SS1935) p. 5, 8

This class builds on Excel Level I by covering how to work with multiple workbooks, advanced formatting, outlining and consolidating data, creating named cells and ranges, lists and tables, using web and Internet features, and advanced charting.

Digital Photography Studio (PH3220) p. 7

Participants will learn how to use the various lighting set ups for portrait and commercial photography. Participants will learn lighting ratios, and techniques, as well as the protocols for working with professional talent. Participants will experience the professional photography studio climate, and produce professional quality images.

Executive Administrative Office Procedures (EA2706) p. 8

This course covers the fundamentals of relevant Executive

Administrative office procedures including human relations, management of work, time and resources, organizational structure and telecommunications in the office.

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Facility Management Professional (FMP) Credential

Program (FM1000) p. 9

This program is designed to ensure that those receiving the FMP credential demonstrate a proven comprehension of the foundations of facility management. The program is a comprehensive training and assessment program that provides IFMA members, chapters, councils, partners and facility management professionals with the practical knowledge and skills required by today’s employers.

Family Law for Paralegals (LA1310) p. 12

This course provides an understanding of the family code concerning marriages, divorces, child custody and support, adoptions, and marital property rights; how to conduct the initial client fact-gathering interviews; and how to draft legal documents associated therewith.

Generational Workplace Differences (BU1173)

Diversity in the workplace is comprised of many different facets and generation differences are an important factor in a diverse workforce. This course will examine the unique characteristics, working styles and experiences of the four generations of workers.

Grant Writing and Proposal Development (NI5262)

In this hands-on course, students will acquire the knowledge and develop the skills necessary for the preparation and submission of funding proposals to foundations, corporations and government agencies.

Human Resources for Nonprofit (NI5273) p. 10 p. 12 p. 12

The course addresses issues common to all sectors (for-profit, nonprofit and public), including an overview of critical employment laws, recruitment and hiring, performance management, conflict resolution and resolving performance issues among other issues critical to effective human resource management.

Introduction to Digital Photography II (PH3206)

This class continues from Part I and covers light, filters, indoor flash and portrait photography, close up and macro photography and night photography with an on campus night photography field trip.

Introduction to Layout & Design for Macs (GD2008) p. 14

The full spectrum of design projects that might be asked of a designer will be part of the classwork: logos, corporate stationery, brochures, print advertising, outdoor boards, and web sites. The history of graphic design is rich with examples of really excellent and really awful design. This class will add to your portfolio.

Introduction to Logistics and Supply Chain

Management (LG1000) p. 9

This course presents an overview of logistics & supply chain management. It will explore why these activities are important and how they are integral to the success of any firm.

Introduction to Materials Management (LG2000) p. 9

This course will provide a complete and concise coverage of materials management. It will introduce the supply chain concept and gradually progress through the planning and control of goods and components.

Introduction to Microsoft Project (MP1916) p. 7 p. 8, 13

In this course you will learn how to enter task information, define the different types of task relationships, define working times, assign resources, and enter costs. We will also review how to use the different views, toolbars, calendars, and reports to plan and document your project’s schedule. Included in the class is a licensed copy of MS Project Professional 2010.

Independent Portfolio Review (PH3500) p. 7

Students must submit their portfolios containing all of the required photos for review.

Introduction to Volunteer Management (NI5277) p. 12

Volunteers donate over one billion hours to charities each year. It is imperative for nonprofit organizations to manage this valuable resource effectively. Find out how to plan an effective volunteer program, motivate volunteers, provide meaningful volunteer job development, and recruit, select and train volunteers.

Introduction to Accounting: The Accounting Cycle

(AC1212) p. 5, 8

This course will introduce the student to basic accounting terminology as well as examine the fundamental principles of basic accounting and the accounting cycle.

iOS Programming - Level 1 for iPhone and iPad

(PG9080) p. 11

Through the use of extensive hands-on exercises, students will learn the basics of developing apps for iOS devices (iPhone, iPad, etc.). Upon completion of the course, students should be able to implement simple iOS apps.

Introduction to Digital Photography I (PH3205) p. 7

This course covers the basics of digital photography, giving you the knowledge and control over your camera to create the photographs that you want. The course covers the following topics: exposure control, white balance, using the camera’s light meter, lenses, and composition. The course includes six classes and one field trip which may be on a Sunday.

iOS Programming - Level 2 for iPhone and iPad

(PG9082) p. 11

Through the use of extensive hands-on exercises, students will build on the skills acquired in Level 1. Topics covered include networking, multithreading, core data, notifications, and location services.

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(PG9083) p. 11

Through the use of extensive hands-on exercises, students will build on the skills acquired in Level 2. Topics covered include audio, in app purchase, camera, gesture recognizers, accelerometer, printing.

Maintaining Inventory Accounts (AC2021) p. 5

This course introduces you to the accounting of tracking and maintaining inventory as well as establishing customer and vendor accounts. You will learn how to keep track of sale items, refunds, and allowances. Book required.

iOS Programming - Objective C (PG9081) p.11

Objective-C is a general-purpose, high-level, object-oriented programming language that adds Smalltalk-style messaging to the

C programming language. It is the main programming language used by Apple for the OS X and iOS operating systems and their respective APIs, Cocoa and Cocoa Touch.

Making Movies - Advanced (VI1001) p. 14

Expand upon earlier basic exposure to the worlds of picture and sound editing by exploring more sophisticated applications, techniques, and professional practices. Editing and sound play is introduced as part of post production. Refine your skills through higher levels of image capture through the control and manipulation of light, camera, and film exposure.

Java Programming - Level I (PG1984) p. 11, 16

This course covers an introduction to object oriented programming concepts using Java. Students will be exposed to classes, objects, inheritence, polymorphism, control statements, and generic collection. There will also be an introduction to JDBC.

Making Movies - Beginner (VI1000) p. 14

You will learn how to apply best practices to create captivating and professional-looking footage using your own digital video camera.

Topics include film vs HD, tapeless video camera capabilities, camera control, movement and composition, storyboarding and types of shots that make up a scene, sound, light, and how to shoot with editing in mind.

Java Programming: Level II (PG1986) p. 11, 16

This course is a continuation of Java Programming - Level

1 and covers advanced topics such as exception handling, multithreading, GUI component, applets, Java web start, and

JDBC.

Maya (AU3039) p. 7, 15

Maya has been used to create graphics for many cinematic films.

It is also used to create visual effects for television programs and video games.

Java Programming: Level III (PG1981) p. 11, 16

The class is taught with demonstrations and hands-on examples, and students will learn how to set up their own development environments and be able to create their own complex Java applications. Students will create MVC based web programs using JSP, JSTL, EL, Java Beans, servlet, and Hibernate.

JavaScript Programming (PG1985) p. 14, 16

In this course, the basics of JavaScript will be presented. Handson tutorials will guide you through some of the uses of JavaScript such as working with forms, integrating Java applets, performing calculations, and gathering and storing user information.

Mediation in the Employment Sector: Workplace

Conflict (BU1502) p. 8, 9, 10, 12

This course serves as an introductory course to the sources and causes of conflict within business organizations, colleges and universities (both public and private). It addresses implementation issues, such as working with multiple and often polarized senior stakeholders that must be addressed when implementing mediation and conflict resolution services within business settings.

Legal Research (LA1303) p. 12

This is an in-depth, hands-on course designed to enable the legal assistant to become familiar with and use a wide variety of legal research for primary and secondary authorities. Prerequisites:

Paralegal Fundamentals, Legal Terminology and Legal Ethics.

Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 - Basic Customization

(AC2026) p. 5

This course is intended for individuals who plan to implement, use, maintain, gain foundational knowledge, or support Microsoft

Dynamics CRM in their organization. The student will learn to develop extensions for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011, extension methods documented in the Microsoft Dynamics CRM

SDK, Common Platform Operations and integration in Microsoft

Dynamics CRM 2011.

Legal Writing (LA1302) p. 12

This course takes a practical approach to legal writing for Legal

Assistants and includes a general review of English grammar, writing skills, drafting legal communications, documents and briefing memoranda, proper citation form, and preparation of deposition summaries. Prerequisite: Legal Research. Book required.

Microsoft Project 2010 Level II (MP1922) p. 13

By the end of the course, you will be able to modify tasks using constraints, deadlines and splits, gain knowledge of advanced resource functions to finalize a plan and validate its reasonableness.

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Mobile Marketing (BU3069) p. 13

Using location based services, your organization can tap into that on-the-go market by producing special offers and making it easy for your customers to spread the word about your business.

Using social media networks such as 4Square, Facebook Places,

Yelp, and other mobile location services allow your customers to

“check in” where ever they go – coffee shops, events, restaurants, hotels, airports, or even private residences in exchange for both tangible and intangible rewards.

MySQL Workbench (DB1961) p. 16

Design a database using the graphical MySQL Workbench to create an EER model. Take advantage of the MySQL enhancements such as foreign keys, transactions, stored procedures, stored functions, triggers, and events. Explore an introduction to database administrator (DBA) skills, including how to secure and back up databases.

Pinterest, Google+, and YouTube Marketing (BU3075) p. 13

Facebook, Linkedln, and Twitter are not the only heavy weights in social media. Three other popular tools continue to rock the social media world in the form of Pinterest, Google+ and Meetup.

Portfolio: Techniques for Socializing Individuals with

ASD and/or Special Needs (ASD7309) p. 16

Students will develop a treatment schedule detailing the technologies and teaching tools used to help ASD individuals become more social.

Practical Project Management Fundamentals (PM6217) p. 13

This one-day course concentrates on a practical guide to Project

Management based on accepted best practices. We will examine various methods of delivering a project on time, within budget and within scope.

Oculus Rift (GP1009) p. 15

Oculus Rift is a virtual reality (VR) headset designed specifically for video games that will change the way you think about gaming forever. With an incredibly wide field of view, high resolution display, and ultra-low latency head tracking, the Rift provides a truly immersive experience that allows you to step inside your favorite game and explore new worlds like never before.

Using Unity 3-D and the Unreal engine, this instructor-led class combines virtual worlds, site-specific training, custom, eLearning and virtual-reality game simulators to create the next generation of virtual reality games.

Payroll PayTrain

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Fundamentals (PP1010) p. 12

This course will provide you with the basic knowledge and skills required to maintain payroll compliance and prevent costly penalties.

Principles of Construction Management and Contracts

(EM1000) p. 10

Learn the basics of construction management including project management, supervision, planning, financial management, industry best practices and the managerial and legal aspects of construction contract administration.

Programming Fundamentals (PG1887) p. 11, 14, 15

The objective of this class is to provide you with an understanding of the basic concepts of program design, which applies to all modern programming languages. This class uses JavaScript to introduce you to the basics of loops, objects, decisions, string and number manipulation. The syntax is easily transferable to other popular programming languages like Objective C, C++, C#,

PHP, and Java.

PHP & MySQL Level I (PG9060) p. 16

Learn how to create PHP script files, embed PHP scripts within

HTML files, use HTML forms to collect data for PHP script, and locate free, open-source resources for PHP via the Web.

PHP & MySQL Level II (PG9061) p. 16

This hands-on PHP coding class features topics including working with objects, working with arrays, working with files, and connecting to a MySQL database. Other topics will include cookies and sessions as well as debugging your code.

PHP & MySQL Level III (PG9062) p. 16

For level III students will learn how to secure websites, send emails using code, and access other websites. Advanced topics covered include working with files, uploads, and images. Finally there will be an introduction to building an eCommerce website.

Project Management - Time and Cost Management

Online Course (ONLINEDW22) p. 8

This course covers an introduction to project management from a managerial perspective. This course is excellent for anyone who has decision-making authority in the project management arena.

Public Speaking (CO2509)

Being able to deliver effective presentations can help you advance your career and improve your business relationships. Learn to convincingly share and sell your ideas and products. Learn public speaking techniques that will prepare you to convey your message in a clear and understandable way and learn how to interact with, persuade and influence your audience.

QuickBooks Advanced (AC4041) p. 6, 8 p. 5

This course will introduce students to the more advanced features of QuickBooks, such as generating balance sheets, creating customized reports and invoices, and amending payroll information.

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QuickBooks Fundamentals (AC4040) p. 5, 8, 12

This hands-on course is designed to provide participants with a solid understanding of QuickBooks. In the course, participants will gain an understanding of the capabilities of QuickBooks and how it can be applied to day-to-day accounting practices.

Studio Recording using Pro Tools and Logic (AD1902) p. 11

This class is offered offsite at a recording studio , emphasizing a hands-on approach. A series of editing, mastering and sound-forpicture projects using industry tools like Pro Tools and Logic are part of the course.

Relational Database Fundamentals (DB1955)

This class walks you through the complete process of relational database design that includes the logical design, physical implementation, and finally application development for all projects.

Revit - Beginner (AU3031) p. 7, 15

Students will be introduced to Autodesk REVIT Architecture, a powerful building modeller for architectural design and documentation in 2D and 3D. The course includes theory, demonstrations and practical work. Participants gain handson experience using the various modelling and documentation commands within REVIT.

Screenwriting Using Adobe Story (VI1002) p. 16 p. 14

Our screenwriting course will guide you in creating characters, building plots, shaping scenes, and sharpening dialogue.

Technical Editing (TW1005) p. 14

This course focuses on how to edit different types of technical documents for clarity, consistency, cohesiveness, and correctness. You learn to identify and correctly use specialized vocabulary and how to employ editing tools such as proofreader’s marks, style sheets, style guides, and standard editorial reference material.

Technical Writing Introduction (TW1001) p. 6, 14

This six-hour course is designed to lay the necessary foundation of technical writing. It covers the following topics: conducting audience-needs analyses; maintaining the purpose for communicating; incorporating advanced writing principles; making documents useful to the reader through basic revision techniques; and applying advanced rules of grammar and punctuation.

Sculptris (AU3040) p. 7, 15

Sculptris is a virtual sculpting software program, with a primary focus on the concept of modeling clay. It provides an excellent gateway into the exciting world of 3D. Its features are easy to learn, even for someone with no experience in digital art, yet robust enough for creating base models that can then be refined in other applications, such as ZBrush.

Technical Writing Portfolio Development (TW1004) p. 14

This 18-hour portfolio course, the last of the Technical Writing

Certificate Program, includes an energetic curriculum that adapts your knowledge of technical writing, to create a professional portfolio. The process includes an extensive audience analysis, a comprehensive progress report, an informative abstract, a business letter of transmittal and a 12-page proposal.

Song Writing (CO4122) p. 11

Learn online writing with Garage Band in our MAC lab. Learn traditional and non-traditional song structure, writing against beats, using different instruments, rhythm and melody and more!

Spanish Language: Level I (FL0121)

Learning a new language can be fun, exciting, and can help you during travels or business transactions. Students will learn about basic grammar and vocabulary and will master phrases helpful in social situations.

Spanish Language: Level II (FL0122) p. 8 p. 8

Students will review basic vocabulary of food, transportation, travel, hotel, directions, and restaurants. This course is designed to help students review regular and irregular present tense verbs and the present progressive. Preterite, imperfect, and future tenses will be introduced.

The Business of Photography (PH3219) p. 7

Topics will include: how to brand your business, effective advertising techniques, copyrighting photographs, questions to ask your tax preparer, selecting software that can improve productivity, pricing techniques and presenting a professional portfolio. Book pending.

Transformative Mediation (BU1507) p. 10

This course provides an understanding of the core purpose and foundational principles of transformative practice as well as teaches mediators how to guide disputants in taking sole responsibility for all outcomes. Through readings, class discussions, video illustrations and skill building exercises, participants will be exposed to this approach to mediation practice.

Travel and Location Photos (PH3119) p. 7

Over the seven weeks you will learn how to plan, shoot, edit and share a polished gallery of images from the weekend jaunts, road trips, once-in-a-lifetime vacations, and important life events.

Whether your goal is to create a print gallery, DVD slideshow, or share online, this course will give you the tools you need to share photos in a way that will make people want to see more.

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Unity 3D - Advanced (GP1006) p. 15

This advanced course aims to further enhance the knowledge of Uniy3D Game Development. Topics will include using

SQL, Photon Networking Services,developing and optimizing a game for iOS and Android devices, Adobe Flash to Unity3D conversion, 2D sprite animation, Unity3D tiling, integration with

GameCenter, InApp, Facebook, and Twitter. Students will also have an oportunity to publish these games to the Apple Store and

GooglePlay.

Unity 3D - Beginner (GP1005) p. 11, 15, 16

This class uses a guided approach to introduce students to techniques for creating art for game environments using Unity.

Students will complete individual projects in modeling scenes, applying principles of photorealism, and creating environmental lighting effects.

WordPress WebMaster - Level 1 (WD1930) p. 16

WordPress is leading the Content Management System (CMS) industry by leveling the playing field for non-technical career minded people seeking careers trying to break into the web design and web development industry. There are employment and freelance opportunities now for WordPress designers, developers, and administrators.

WordPress WebMaster - Level 2 (WD1931) p. 16

This course will discuss theme customization and design elements, dynamic content, custom menus, widgets, photo galleries, advanced eCommerce solutions, social media integration – Facebook, Google +, Twitter etc., incorporating tables and frames,search engine optimization, RSS Feeds, email subscriptions, and newsletters.

Website and Blog Affiliate Marketing and Web Analytics

(BU3078) p. 13

This course offers comprehensive hands on training in the quickly evolving online media landscape. Utilizing proven tools in written, visual and digital communications via blogging and social media, students will learn to use a multi-faceted approach to market their blogs and websites like a business. Students will also learn how to use Google Analytics and basic Search Engine Optimization techniques to identify traffic patterns for their site and to assist in developing content.

Location

Continuing Education at The University of Texas Arlington is located at 140 West Mitchell Street on the southeast corner of Mitchell and

Pecan/Spaniolo Drive.

Office Hours: Monday-Thursday 8:00 AM-5:30 PM

Friday 8:00 AM-5:00 PM

Closed Weekends

Contact Us: 140 West Mitchell Street, Box 19197

Arlington, TX 76019

817-272-2581

817-272-2556 (fax) www.uta.edu/ced

Off-Campus Class Locations:

Maverick Athletic Club

1919 W. Pioneer Parkway

Arlington, TX 76013

Upstairs Gallery

1038 W. Abram Street

Arlington, TX 76103

Studio Space Arlington

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Arlington, TX 76010

Romano’s Macaroni Grill

1670 W. I-20

Arlington, TX 76017

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All CE courses are open to participants who are 18 years of age or older, unless the course is specifically designated for children or youth and is advertised as such. Classes designed for those under the age of 18 require the completion of additional forms.

UT Arlington accepts no responsibility for minors on the university premises outside the classes in which they are enrolled.

Parking

Free parking is provided for all classes scheduled at the Continuing

Education Workforce Development Building located at 140 West

Mitchell Street, Arlington, TX 76019.

Classes scheduled at all other campus locations require a UT

Arlington Parking Permit (hang tag), which is included in the cost of the course fee. Hang tags are distributed on the first day of class. Please remember to display the hang tag each time you attend class to avoid a citation.

Attendance

Unless otherwise indicated, participants are required to attend at least 80% of the class sessions and pass all course assessments in order to receive a certificate of completion.

Books

Books may be purchased in the general book section at the

UT Arlington Bookstore, 400 Spaniolo Dr. (corner of Spaniolo

Dr. and UTA Blvd.), Arlington, TX 76019, telephone 817-272-

2785. Unless otherwise noted in the class information found at uta.edu/ded

, there is an additional charge for books. Books purchased for Continuing Education courses cannot be returned unless the class is cancelled by Continuing Education.

University Closing

Notices regarding closing due to weather or any other conditions will be posted on the University’s home page at uta.edu

, distributed to local media outlets, and available on the University’s

Emergency Information Hotline at 1-866-258-4913.

Withdrawal and Transfer Policy

Participants have several options available should they need to withdraw from a class. All withdrawal requests must be received via telephone

or email

, Monday-Friday, during normal business hours. Schedules and fees are subject to change without notice.

Course Payment

Full payment of the course fee is expected at time of registration.

Acceptable methods of payment are: cash, checks, traveler’s checks, money orders, and the following credit cards: Master

Card, Visa, Discover and American Express. Purchase orders from business organizations may be accepted to cover the participant’s course fee.

Course Payment Plan

Continuing Education offers a Course Payment Plan for general courses that cost $995 or more (does not include online training). Contact our office for more information

817-272-2581.

If the withdrawal request is received more than two full business days prior to the class start date, participants have the following three options:

1). Transfer to another course with no charge; or

2). Have the funds held in their account for up to one year; or

3). Refund of the course fee, less a processing fee.*

*Course fees less than $1,000, the processing fee is $35.00. Course fees of $1,000 or more, the processing fee is 5% of the refund amount.

Application fees are non-refundable.

Withdrawal requests received

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1). Transfer to another course with no charge; or

2). Have the funds held in their account for up to one year. These funds are not eligible for refund.

Financing

Loans are available from a variety of funding sources. For more information, visit www.finaid.org. UT Arlington accepts funding from Workforce Investment Act (WIA), Texas

Rehabilitation Commission (TRC) and Veteran’s Administration

(VA) Chapter 31. Please allow three to four weeks for processing of loan application and receipt of funding.

No transfers, account holds, or refunds are allowed once a class has begun.

If payment for a course was made by check, please allow 4-6 weeks processing time for refunds. If payment was made by credit card, allow two weeks for a refund.

Courses in our Healthcare Programs, Certificate in Professional

Human Resource Management, online courses, conferences,

CFP ® Certification Education Program, Enrichment Trips, and other specified programs have unique refund policies. For details contact our office or visit uta.edu/ded for details.

Course Schedules and Cancellations

UT Arlington reserves the right to change or cancel courses at any time. Notification of changes and cancellations will be made by email or telephone. Therefore, it’s critical for us to obtain your current contact information at time of registration. In the event that a course for which you have registered is cancelled, you may transfer to another course or receive a refund with no fees assessed.

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