Prepare for a career in this growing field by gaining a hands-on understanding of the essential terminology and the application of the basic tools, techniques, and practices required to become an effective and contributing member of a project team.
Gain an understanding of, and learn to perform functions within, the bookkeeping cycle manually and with QuickBooks and Xexo. Ground yourself in accounting ethics and best practices, while exploring basic concepts including debits, credits, “T-accounts,” journal accounting, GAAP concepts, accrual and double-entry record keeping, and more.
Acquire the skills to secure an entry-level position within the commercial or residential building sectors of the real estate industry. Learn about the construction process and construction document administration. Gain an introduction to construction methods and materials, building systems, drawings, estimating, and scheduling.
Ground yourself in Python, one of the fastest-growing and most in-demand languages in the industry. This program equips you with the basics of Python for web development (front- and back-end). It explores Python’s standard library, advanced features, and powerful coding techniques, which include procedural, object-oriented, and functional programming.
Learn to compile, process, and maintain medical records by becoming proficient in ICD-10 medical coding through this comprehensive program developed in conjunction with the NYU Langone Medical Center.
This program introduces you to real estate investment concepts and property management principles. Learn how to market properties; negotiate and execute leases; manage staff; oversee day-to-day operations of a property, including maintenance and other service contracts; and deal with risk management and insurance concerns.
This program, which is designed for licensed New York real estate salespersons with at least two years of experience, provides additional training beyond the salesperson’s licensing. Increase your knowledge of licensing laws and regulations, as well as real estate valuation, finance, construction, land use, fair housing, transactions, business development, and more.
Gain a comprehensive understanding of front-of-house and back-of-house restaurant operations, and what it takes to succeed in the food and beverage industry. Benefit from site visits to NYC restaurants and from the invaluable experiences of seasoned industry veterans.
If you are a nonretail associate, a retail associate, or a retail department manager, this diploma provides the enhanced knowledge, expertise, insights, and skills required to become a retail buyer, a retail merchandiser, or a retail operations management trainee. From reading financial statements, to building efficient teams, to exploring in-store and online merchandising techniques, you will gain the skills to excel in this growing field.