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  • Spring 2017 Catalog

    Professional Development

    Degrees/CEUs/Certificates

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    Susie McFeeters Student Services Coordinator707.664.2601

    Gregory Milton, Ph.D.Director of Academic Programs707.664.2604

    Beth WarnerSenior Academic Program Coordinator707.664.3977beth.warner@sonoma.edugregory.milton@sonoma.edususan.mcfeeters@sonoma.edu

    Robbin Cortez Registration &Customer ServiceSupport 707.664.2395

    Jessica HansenInterim Coordinator707.664.4167

    Jason Lau, Ph.D.Executive Director of Business & Program Operations707.664.2499

    Adrianne Price Enrollment & Registration Specialist 707.664.2394

    Julie ShellCoordinator of Scheduling707.664.2396

    Judy VincentiFinance & Business Coordinator707.664.4168judy.vincenti@sonoma.edu

    julie.shell@sonoma.edu

    adrianne.price@sonoma.edu

    jason.lau@sonoma.edurobbin.cortez@sonoma.edu

    jessica.hansen@sonoma.edu

    From

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    Welcome to Sonoma State University's School of Extended and International Education!

    As the recent election suggests, change comes quickly and in many forms. Sometimes we also want a career change or enhancement. Our certificate and non-degree courses provide a beginning to such change. These courses and programs provide continuing education to many professions and professionals, deliver critical needs for businesses enhancing their current workforce and give opportunities for professionals to remain competitive in fields such as education, human resources and construction.

    We have a variety of craft beer classes, hosted by Lagunitas, and we offer classes on wine business and management. For those more musically inclined we have our audio and recording production certificate. All our classes involve community partnerships, on and off campus. These partnerships include our outstanding staff, faculty, and community members with a single focus: the student (you!). Our theme is to provide access and partnership for lifelong learning in the North Bay and beyond. If you are thinking of a career change or life enhancementor bothplease take a class or two!

    Sincerely,

    Robert Eyler, Ph.D.Interim DeanSchool of Extended and International EducationSenior International OfficerSonoma State University

    Professional Development Staff

    Degree Programs Staff

    mailto:robbin.cortez@sonoma.edumailto:jason.lau@sonoma.edumailto:julie.shell@sonoma.edumailto:jessica.hansen@sonoma.edumailto:adrianne.price@sonoma.edumailto:judy.vincenti@sonoma.edumailto:susan.mcfeeters@sonoma.edumailto:gregory.milton@sonoma.edumailto:beth.warner@sonoma.edu

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    Business & ManagementHuman Resource Management Certificate 4Agile Project Management Certificate 5Project Management Certificate 6

    MusicAudio & Recording Production Certificate 7

    Construction & SustainabilityConstruction Management Certificate 8 - 9

    EducationMaker Certificate 10 - 11

    Craft BeerCraft Beer Appreciation & Education Certificate 12 - 13

    PsychologyIntuition: The Light of Inner Guidance 14

    Digital TechnologyProfessional Social Media Certificate 14

    Wine BusinessDirect to Consumer Certificate 15 - 16Wine Industry Finance & Accounting Certificate 17 - 18Wine Industry Elective Seminars 18 - 20Wine Entrepreneurship Certificate 20Wine Business Management Certificate (online) 21

    DegreesM.A. Organization Development 22Early Childhood Education Certificate (online) 23Nursing Post-Master's FNP Certificate 24M.A. Psychology: Depth Emphasis 25M.A. Spanish 26M.S. Computer & Engineering Science 27M.A. Film Studies 28Sonoma Executive M.B.A. 29B.A. Liberal Studies 30

    Registration & Policies 31

    Construction Management CertificateWed, Jan 18, 2017 @6 - 7pmSonoma State University, Schulz 1121

    Project Management &Agile Project Management CertificateTue, Jan 17, 2017 @6 - 7pmSonoma State University, Schulz 1121

    Human Resource Management CertificateTue, Jan 31, 2017 @7 - 8pmSonoma State University, Green Music Center 1057

    Craft Beer Appreciation &Education CertificateWed, Jan 11, 2017 @5 - 8pmLagunitas Brewery, 1280 N. McDowell Blvd., Petaluma

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    Human Resource ManagementSchedule Time Location Units ID Cost

    Tue, Feb 21 - May 9 6:45 - 9:45pm Green Music Center 1057 3.6 CEUs BUS 800 #4184 $790

    TextbookHuman Resource Management: Functions, Applications, Lussier & Hendon (2016), ISBN 978-1-45229063-8

    InstructorSusan Adamsadamss@sonoma.edu

    Human ResourceManagement CertificateThe Human Resource Management Certificate program is a 12-week course designed to teach the skills and knowledge required to successfully manage the human resources in todays complex business environment.

    Different accomplished professionals lead the sessions to bring their current expertise to each topic. The program combines technical knowledge with skill-building in the following areas:

    In order to be awarded the Certificate of Completion, students must successfully complete the Human Resource Management Course.

    Questions? Visit sonoma.edu/exed/human-resource or contact the program coordinator, Susan Adams at adamss@sonoma.edu

    Info Meeting:Tue, Jan 31, 2017 @7pm: Sonoma State University, Green Music Center 1057

    The Legal Context of Employment Employee & Labor Relations Health, Safety & Security

    Compensation & Benefits Administration Workforce Planning, Selection & Placement Training, Development & Performance Management

    mailto:adamss@sonoma.edumailto:adamss@sonoma.eduhttp://sonoma.edu/exed/certificates/https://www.sonoma.edu/exed/human-resource/

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    Agile ProjectManagement Certificate The Agile Project Management Certificate course will combine lecture and discussions with weekly practice quizzes. The intent of the course is to enable an inexperienced student to become an outstanding contributor on an agile project team, while earning his/her required number of work experience hours to take the Project Management Institute Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP) exam.

    For experienced agile team members, the objective of the course is to provide the required number of class hours and a structured learning environment that will enable them to pass the PMI-ACP exam.

    Upon successfully completing the course, and regardless of their status with the PMI-ACP exam, students will receive a Certificate in Agile Project Management issued by Sonoma State University.

    Questions? Contact the program coordinator, Jim Robison at robisonj@sonoma.edu

    Info Meeting:Tue, Jan 17, 2017 @6 - 7pm: Sonoma State University, Schulz 1121

    Agile Project ManagementSchedule Time Location Units ID Cost

    Wed, Jan 25 - May 10 6 - 9pm Stevenson 2050 4.8 CEUs BUS 800 #4195 $1850

    TextbookPMI-ACP Exam Prep, Second Edition, by Mike Griffiths, ISBN: 978-1-932735-98-7

    InstructorDr. Jim Robison, CFPIM, PMProbisonj@sonoma.edu

    Agile frameworks, methods, accounting, and contracting Regulatory compliance, customer-valued-prioritization Brainstorming, collaboration, and communications

    Adaptive leadership, agile team roles, building agile teams Burn-down/burn-up charts, caves and common, co-locations Affinity estimation, discovery, sizing and estimating techniques

    mailto:robisonj@sonoma.edumailto:robisonj@sonoma.eduhttp://sonoma.edu/exed/certificates/

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    Project ManagementCertificateThe Project Management Certification & Exam Preparation Course will meet the 23-hour educational requirement to sit for the Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) exam and will offer experienced project managers the 35-hour educational requirement necessary to qualify for the Project Management Professional (PMP) exam. The course does not include the cost or scheduling of the PMI examinations.

    The course will include lectures, assigned readings, weekly practice exam quizzes, case study discussions, and hands-on experience with Microsoft Project.

    Upon successfully completing the course, and regardless of their status with the PMI exam, students will receive a Certificate in Project Management issued by Sonoma State University.

    Questions? Contact the program coordinator, Jim Robison at robisonj@sonoma.edu

    Info Meeting:Tue, Jan 17, 2017 @6 - 7pm: Sonoma State University, Schulz 1121

    Project ManagementSchedule Time Location Units ID Cost

    Tue, Jan 24 - May 9 6 - 9pm Stevenson 2091 4.8 CEUs BUS 800 #4194 $2050Course topics will include:

    TextbooksA Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge, (PMBOK Guide) 5th Ed., ISBN 978-1-935589-67-9.Microsoft Project 2016 Step by Step, by Carl Chatfield and Timothy Johnson, ISBN 978-0-735698-74-1

    Plus one of the following (depending upon your PMI objectives)

    Rita Mulcahy CAPM Exam Prep, Third Edition, by Rita Mulcahy, ISBN 978-1-932735-72-7Or:Rita Mulcahys PMP Exam Prep, Eighth Edition - Updated, ISBN: 978-1-932735-65-9

    InstructorDr. Jim Robison, CFPIM, PMProbisonj@sonoma.edu

    Project life-cycle phases, from initiating to closing Project integration, scope time and cost

    Project procurement and stakeholder management Hands-on training in Microsoft Project

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    Audio & Recording Production ISchedule Time Location Units ID Cost

    Tue, Jan 24 - Mar 7 7 -