Courses

Prerequisite: Knowledge of Microsoft®Office products and the internet. This course will allow students to design their own websites using the latest version of HTML. The skills will adapt to other programs, such as Dreamweaver and WordPress Basic.


September 11-25, 2019, Kettler Hall Rm 148
Thinking of traveling to a German speaking country in the near future? This course will concentrate on essential vocabulary and skills needed for travel in those countries. The course is taught using a variety of methods to enhance learning and understanding.


September 10, 2019 to October 8, 2019, Modular Classroom Bldg Rm 144 (North end of campus near Parking Garage 3)
R is a programming language and a free software environment for statistical computing and graphics. The R language is widely used in data science and statistics, machine learning, and data analytics.


September 6-27, 2019, Kettler Hall, Room 216
Looking for a new challenge? Learn the exciting game of Bridge, or, if you already play, come and improve your bidding, play and defense skills. Bridge stimulates the mind and provides a chance to meet new people. Whether you know a little about the game or are a total beginner, this class is for you.  


September 11, 2019 to November 6, 2019, Fort Wayne Duplicate Bridge Club
This course is designed for those adults who seek to learn communicative skills in Korean and a basic understanding of the cultures and customs of Korea. For more information, please contact Hangeul Korea at KoreanSaturdaySchool@gmail.com.


September 7, 2019 to December 7, 2019, Neff Hall Rm 133, 135, 139, 149
This class is geared toward professionals seeking to learn IS specific project management skills including how to conceptualize, define project scope, initiate, implement, evaluate, and prioritize information systems projects.


August 26, 2019 to December 11, 2019, Kettler Hall, Room 241
The Beginner I course is designed to introduce students to the everyday language of Japan. Lessons will be organized around natural conversational topics, leading students from fundamental aspects of grammar to readings in simple texts along with basic writing.


September 7, 2019 to November 23, 2019, Science Bldg Rm G21