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PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

CREATIVE ARTS

ELEARNING: ONLINE DEGREE & CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS

ONLINE DEGREE PROGRAMS

online certificate programs

ONLINE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR EDUCATORS

UNIVERSITY EDVENTURES

OLLI - OSHER LIFELONG LEARNING INSTITUTE

Courses for those aged 50 and better. See the website for details and current classes.

HSU INVITES THE COMMUNITY

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PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

The Essentials of Digital Photography

With León Villagómez

Learn the basics of photography. Get tips to help you understand your camera's functions and how to compose creative and quality images. It doesn't matter if you have already started playing with photography or if it' the first time you have ever used a DSLR camera – this workshop will give you a solid foundation for improving your photography.

Bring a camera with a standard or prime lens.

date  Tues. & Thurs., June 6 & 8
time  3-6 p.m.
fee  $150
place  HSU Campus: Harry Griffith Hall 204
class #  31213: REGISTER ONLINE

León Villagómez is a professional wedding and commercial photographer. His work is minimalistic and incorporates natural geometric shapes while capturing the emotions of his subjects (leonvillagomez.com).

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Advanced Adobe Photoshop®

With Hal Work

A "beyond-the-basics" opportunity to learn the techniques that maximize the professional potential of Photoshop CC. Explore advanced image and color adjustments, retouch and repair techniques, channel features and advanced compositing. Manipulate your images on layers using tonality and color control. Gain an understanding of color management, ICC profiles and print consistency. Learn to process RAW files effectively to greatly enhance an image.

Prerequisite: Intro to Photoshop & Image Editing or a basic knowledge of the Photoshop application.

date  Sat., June 10
time  10 a.m.-4 p.m.
fee  $125
place  HSU Campus: Gist Hall 215
class #  31212: REGISTER ONLINE

Hal Work is an award winning digital artist and photographer. He has been the manager and instructor of the Eureka Photoshop User Group for 14 years. Prior to that, he worked in Silicon Valley for over 30 years at computer companies ranging from Cromemco microcomputers to Hewlett-Packard.

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Notary Public

Notary Training

Friday, July 7

This one-day seminar will help new and renewing California notaries get a solid foundation needed to perform official duties with skill and confidence and pass the California State proctored exam.

This training is offered in partnership with Develop Point Education (DPE), a designated California-Approved Provider for Required Notary Training. The DPE California Notary Training fulfills the California State six-hour education requirement for all new and renewing Notary commissions issued after July 1, 2005. DPE training satisfies the state requirement and guarantees you’ll pass your Notary exam.

LOCC: Leading Organizational and Community ChangeLeading Organizational & Community Change Certificate Program

Effective Meetings: The Key to Getting Things Done

Acquire a set of tools to plan and conduct meetings, get and stay focused, and handle difficult behaviors.

THIS CLASS HAS BEEN CANCELLED.

Advanced Meeting Leadership for High Stakes Meetings

Learn and practice strategies and techniques to facilitate high-stakes meetings with complex power and group dynamics.

Wed.-Thurs.-Fri., Aug. 16-18 • 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Fee: $525 • Class # 31209 • 15 hours: 1.5 units, optional, $75: # 31210

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SPRING 2018 PREVIEW

From Vine to Table: Wine Studies Certificate Program

Winemaking 101

with Wil Franklin

Basic craft of winemaking, art of producing wines of balance and complexity. Hands-on experience in a commercial winery.

Wine Sensory Evaluation & Service

with Pam Long

Jump-start and refine your wine tasting evaluation skills.

Marketing Wine in Humboldt County (& Beyond)

with Elizabeth Hans McCrone

Want to make money while working in wine? Learn to create a successful brand, build a customer base and sell direct.

Viticulture 101

with Wil Franklin

Explore growing wine grapes in Humboldt County's unique and diverse "terroir." Grape variety, growing seasons, soil preparation and more.

eLearning

Join the growing number of students taking online classes at HSU!

As an online student, you'll find the same opportunities, resources, and skills provided in traditional face-to-face courses.

With advancements in technology, digital devices, and free apps, being an online learner is better than ever.

Benefits of Online Learning

  • Learn from the best – Online classes are taught by HSU faculty.
  • Convenience & flexibility – Course material is always accessible; plan study time around your schedule.
  • Variety of course offerings – Choose from individual courses to degree programs and certificates.
  • Improve your technical skills – Develop valuable technical skills that translate to many professions.
  • Avoid commuting – Save money on gas and help save the environment! Rainy day? Avoid the risk of getting drenched.
Leadership Studies

LEADERSHIP STUDIES: An online Interdisciplinary Bachelor’s degree completion program: Finish your Bachelor’s degree online.  

APPLY NOW FOR FALL 2017. Learn more at the Leadership Studies website.

Courses include:

  • Foundations of Leadership
  • Data Driven Leadership
  • Leadership Communication
  • Strategic Planning & Forecasting
  • Project Implementation/Evaluation
  • Managing Employees/Stakeholders
  • Strategic Sustainability
  • Technology & Leadership
  • Developing Dynamic Organizations
  • Capstone in Leadership
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Social Work Online MSW Program

It doesn't matter where you live or work – you can still earn your MSW from Humboldt State University. Courses are online and designed to support people who are rooted in their communities. Whether you want to advance in your current career, make a transition, or add a degree to amplify your voice and better serve the community you call home, our accessible program has an option to meet your needs. We offer an affordable tuition rate wherever you live and with program-specific financial assistance, over half of our students benefit from scholarships or stipends to support their studies.

Get more information about the online Masters Degree in Social Work offered through the College of Extended Education & Global Engagement.

Geospatial Online Certificate

GIS, Remote Sensing & Cartography

The Geospatial Certificate Program at Humboldt State University provides foundational concepts and methods in GIS, Remote Sensing, and Cartography that are transferable and relevant across disciplines and industries.

100% ONLINE

The accelerated program has a flexible course sequence and is devised to meet your career interests. Courses are 100% online—ideal for working people who want to advance in their current career, break into a new field, gain points towards a license, or advance the mission of their organizations.

Geospatial Concepts: GSP 101, 2 units: Aug. 21-Oct. 13, 2017

GIS: GSP 270, 3 units: Oct. 16-Dec. 15, 2017

Introduction to Remote Sensing: GSP 216, 3 units: Jan. 16-March 9, 2018

Intermediate GIS: GSP 370, 3 units: March 19-May 11, 2018

Cartography: GSP 316, 4 units: May 21-July 13, 2018

  • APPLY BY JULY 15 FOR FALL 2017

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Exercise Nutrition

A certificate program offered online to students and working professionals who wish to expand their knowledge of the complex relationship between nutrition and exercise.

Prerequisite: Completion of a comprehensive nutrition course (HED 231 or its equivalent). Complete the four 3-unit classes (listed below) to earn certificate. The courses may be taken in any order, once the basic nutrition prerequisite has been completed.

STARTING IN JANUARY 2018: 8-WEEK COURSES

  • HED 231 is the prerequisite for the four courses required to earn the certificate.

HED 231: Basic Human Nutrition

SUMMER 2017 (3 units, 8 weeks) • With Kathy Munoz

Theories and practices examining the role of nutrition in health and exercise. Specific nutrients, their digestion, absorption, function, food sources, requirements, and chemical makeup will be presented.

This course is a prerequisite for the four coursees required to earn the certificate.

HED 342: Nutrition for Athletic Performance

Jan. 22-March 16 2018 (3 units, 8 weeks) • With Kathy Munoz

HED 446: Optimal Bone & Muscle Development

March 26-May 18 2018 (3 units, 8 weeks) • With Christine Dobrowolski

HED 344: Weight Control

SUMMER 2018 (3 units, 8 weeks) • With Kathy Munoz

KINS 447: Pharmacology & Ergogenic Aids

FALL 2018 (3 units, 8 weeks) • With Christine Dobrowolski

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CE Credits online

CE Credits OnlineOnline self-paced continuing education and professional development for teachers and administrators

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Graduatecreditcourses.com

Affordable, relevant and self-paced online postbaccalaureate academic credit courses for teachers
Fees: $85/course plus $50 per unit of academic credit

See details and register at graduatecreditcourses.com

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Masters in Applied Anthropology

  • Real-world issues
  • Unique hybrid curriculum
  • Supportive faculty and peer network

Earn a master's degree in applied anthropology with this rigorous yet flexible degree program focused on building rewarding, relevant, competitive, marketable skills.

Graduates will be in a position to confidently apply anthropological perspectives, theories and methods to a variety of careers in today's academic, non-academic and increasingly global job market.

Specializations in

  • Cultural Anthropology
  • Archaeology
  • BioArch/Forensics
  • Biological Anthropology

Applications open in October for summer 2018 cohort.

Learn more at the Anthropology website.

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Online Certificate in Faculty Preparation: Teaching in Higher Education

  • Supports content experts in becoming excellent teachers.
  • Students create a portfolio of professional artifacts for future job applications.
  • Focus on universal design, student-centered teaching, and active learning strategies.
  • Four 3-unit online classes, completed in two semesters.
  • Affordable, flexible way to enhance your career and improve student outcomes.
  • APPLY BY AUG. 1 FOR FALL 2017

Program tuition: $220/unit. For course descriptions, application and more information, visit the Certificate in Faculty Preparation website.

  • EDUC X507: Foundations of Teaching in Higher Education
    Aug. 21-Sept. 29, 2017 (3 units, 6 weeks)
    Instructor: Kathy Munoz, EdD, R.D.
  • EDUC X508: Student Centered Design
    Oct. 9-Dec. 8, 2017 (3 units, 8 weeks)
    [No class Thanksgiving week]
    Instructor: Jayne McGuire, PhD
  • EDUC X509: Instructional Planning & Pedagogical Practice
    Jan. 22-March 16, 2018 (3 units, 8 weeks)
    Instructor: Kerry Mayer, M.A.
  • EDUC X580: Teaching Practicum & Reflective Observation
    March 26-May 18, 2018 (3 units, 8 weeks)
    Instructor: Jill Alcorn, M.A.


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Ecology and Sustainable Tourism Planning and Management Certificate Program

Ecological tourism is a rapidly growing field across the world. Learn the concept, principles, and practice of sustainable, ecology-based tourism with this online program.

  • Intro to Ecology & Sustainable Tourism: Aug. 22-Dec. 16, 2017
  • Issues of Sustainability & Responsibility: Jan. 11-May 17, 2018
  • Ecotourism Project Implementation: Summer 2018

Learn more at the Ecology & Sustainable Tourism Planning & Management Online Certificate website.

New Designs for Fundraising

New Designs for Fundraising

  • Transform your fundraising efforts
  • Small and mid-size nonprofits
  • Earn 32 CFRE points and a certificate
  • Four courses: $700

Discover best practices in fundraising for small to mid-size nonprofits. This affordable online program offers a practical education for nonprofit organizations, development departments, board members and volunteers interested in creating or strengthening fundraising efforts.

Courses begin in fall 2017.

  • Foundations for Fundraising:  Aug. 14-Sept. 8, 2017
  • Tools for Annual Giving: Sept. 18-Oct. 13, 2017
  • Tools for Big Gifts: Oct. 23-Nov. 17, 2017
  • The People: Nov. 27-Dec. 22, 2017

Learn more at the New Designs for Fundraising website.

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TEACH WITH US!
Offer academic opportunities to our community.

Teaching with OLLI & Extended Education provides:

  • A venue to share your passion, research, publications and activities
  • Reach to diverse learners: students of all ages and working professionals
  • "Community Service" criteria fulfillment for retention, tenure and promotion
  • Relationship-building opportunities between campus and our communities

Contact Sheila Rocker Heppe, Director of Extended Education and OLLI:
(707) 826-3743
E-mail

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CREATIVE ARTS

The Studio School

The Studio School Rocks the Summer!

tie-dyed t-shirtMon.-Fri., June 19-23

10 a.m.-noon • Fee: $125 • Class # 31220 • With Dr. James F. Woglom

Come be rock stars with us! This one-week camp will provide students ages 5-13 an opportunity to write and perform their own songs, learn rudimentary music skills on a variety of instruments (ukulele, drums, percussion), form bands, and create a series of visual arts stagecrafts for a culminating rock show that will occur on the last day of camp.

Arts projects will include: tie-dying t-shirts, designing posters and fliers, building stage pieces, and decorating the concert space.

The course will be taught by HSU art education faculty Jim Woglom and students from the HSU Department of Art.

Completion of a Release of Liability form is required for each child enrolled.

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Sequoia Chamber Music Workshop

June 18-24, 2017

For young musicians, a one-week total immersion in the world of chamber music.

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Brass Chamber Music WorkshopBrass Chamber Music Workshop

Week 1: July 16-21, 2017
Week 2: July 23-28, 2017

For musicians of all levels, a one-of-a-kind opportunity to play brass chamber music in a relaxed atmosphere.

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North Coast Piano Festival

July 31-Aug. 8, 2017

For pianists ages 13-23, an opportunity to experience the art of intensive learning and performing piano.

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Humboldt Music AcademyHumboldt Music Academy

Humboldt Music Academy offers quality music education for students of all ages and levels. Affordable group classes, performance ensembles, and individual instruction are available. Registration opens in August for fall classes.

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