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Advanced Certificate Programs in California in USA 2022

The purpose of an Advanced Certificate is to enhance an individual’s knowledge in a certain area of study beyond their postgraduate degree. These certificates tend to be geared towards a very specific area of academia.  For higher education, a master is a great option. Programs can last about two years with a requirement somewhere between 12 and 18 courses at the graduate level. Field o… Read more

The purpose of an Advanced Certificate is to enhance an individual’s knowledge in a certain area of study beyond their postgraduate degree. These certificates tend to be geared towards a very specific area of academia.

For higher education, a master is a great option. Programs can last about two years with a requirement somewhere between 12 and 18 courses at the graduate level. Field of study options may vary widely, allowing students to tailor their education to their needs.

Education in the United States is mainly provided by the public sector, with control and funding coming from three levels: state, local, and federal, in that order. The common requirements to study at a higher education level in United States will include your admissions essay (also known as the statement of purpose or personal statement), transcript of records, recommendation/reference letters, language tests

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This certificate program focuses on the leadership skills and expertise needed to excel in the exponentially growing fields of nonprofit management and social entrepreneurship ... +

This certificate program focuses on the leadership skills and expertise needed to excel in the exponentially growing fields of nonprofit management and social entrepreneurship in fundraising and philanthropy. The certificate offers five courses that engage students in financial models of sustainability and high-level donor cultivation. Content covered in courses includes real-time grant writing proposals, solicitation of individuals for gifts, creation, and implementation of strategic fundraising plans in the organizations where they work or volunteer. The most current fundraising trends including online platforms are learned and analyzed along with intricacies of planned giving and multi-generational endowment campaigns. -
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San Francisco, USA

About Geography and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Geographers study the relationships among places, natural systems, society, and cultural activities and the interdepen ... +

About Geography and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Geographers study the relationships among places, natural systems, society, and cultural activities and the interdependence of these from the spatial perspective. Geographers today are active in the examination and planning of our communities and the development of our human landscapes along with the study of global warming, deforestation, pollution, and a variety of other environmental quandaries. The Associate in Arts in Geography for Transfer (AA-T) is specifically designed to prepare you for transfer to a CSU geography program at the upper-division level. It may also be appropriate for transfer to other four-year institutions. To accomplish this goal, you will complete transferable lower-division courses in geography and related fields. As a geography major, you will be able to take most or all of your lower-division courses at CCSF before you transfer but should see a counselor confirm your program of study. Additional courses might be required to transfer to particular institutions. The GIS Certificate is for students who for their major or career need to develop in-depth knowledge of the fundamental concepts and practice of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and learn hands-on problem-solving skills doing real-world GIS application projects. Students will be able to apply this knowledge and hands-on skills to various fields including, but not limited to, planning, engineering, geography, criminology, real estate, biotech, public utilities, transportation, forestry, ecology, resource management, emergency response, business/marketing. Explore Potential Careers Studying Geography and GIS can lead to a variety of different jobs or career paths. Below are just some of the many options you will have. Cartographers Emergency Management Planners Environmental Planners GIS Analysts and Specialists Location Analysts or Area Specialists Remote Sensing Analysts and Specialists Researchers Transportation Planners and Managers Urban and City Planners -
Advanced Certificate
English
Campus
 
Berkeley, USA

At Zaytuna College, we have set out to do our best at restoring the broad-based, holistic tradition of what in the West was called the liberal arts, and in the Muslim civiliza ... +

At Zaytuna College, we have set out to do our best at restoring the broad-based, holistic tradition of what in the West was called the liberal arts, and in the Muslim civilization was known as comprehensive studies (al-dirāsāt al-jāmi¢ah), which lead one to become an adīb, which approximates the English concept of the erudite gentleman. -
Advanced Certificate
English
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The path we walk at the Ziegler School in our study of Jewish sacred texts is both new and old, fresh and well worn. We read writings that centuries of Jews have read, and we ... +

The path we walk at the Ziegler School in our study of Jewish sacred texts is both new and old, fresh and well worn. We read writings that centuries of Jews have read, and we read them in dialogue with the generations of scholars – Geonim, Rishonim and Ahronim – who have read them before us. We also read those texts through lenses that have been ground by contemporary scholars in the Universities and Rabbinical seminaries in this country, in Israel, and around the world. The directive of Kohelet guides us: It is best that you grasp the one without letting go of the other, for the one who reveres God will attend to both (Kohelet 7:18). We understand the study of Jewish sacred writings as a spiritual practice. In this we stand in the long tradition ranging from the Talmud through the great centers of learning in Franco-Germany, Spain, North Africa, the Middle East, through the great yeshivot of Eastern Europe and into our own times. “After the Temple was destroyed, God was found in the four cubits of halakhic discussion (Berakhot 8a),” teach the Sages, who also assert “If you would learn to know the One at whose word the world came into being, learn aggadah (Sifrei Devarim, Piska 94).” The intellectual pursuit of subtle distinctions in halakhah, the close readings of Midrash and parshanut, or the joys of philosophical theology is itself a spiritual exercise. The intellectual and the spiritual are one on this path. -
Advanced Certificate
English
Campus