The Power of One: Career Professional Development Online

A single online career development course at Cambridge College Global will provide more than three college credits; it may have the power to grow your business acumen and help you get ahead, even if you're not interested in pursuing a degree.

Online Career Development Courses

  • Award-winning learning platform tailored to working professionals seeking career professional development
  • Five- to eight-week course completion times
  • No prerequisites (bachelor’s degree required for graduate-level courses)
  • Course credits may be applied to a degree program
  • No application fee
  • Take single, online career professional development courses in Finance, Digital Marketing, HR Management, Leadership and Management, Business Ethics and Compliance, and more.

A Single College Course Can Power Up Your Career

Taking career development courses online can make an important difference in your career. How?

  • It demonstrates your desire to go beyond a job description and do what it takes to excel in your job and help grow the organization.
  • It keeps you the expert. In fast-paced, evolving industries such as compliance, HR, digital marketing, and finance, it's critical to stay on top of new policies and best practices. What better way than by taking targeted, career development courses online?
  • It allows you to cross-train. Just as elite athletes train in other sports to avoid burnout and challenge underused muscles, you can develop new insights and get a fresh perspective on your job by taking a single college course outside of your core competency.

How to Register

Review the Non-Matriculated Students section on our Registration Requirements page.

Please fill out a Non-Matriculated Student Registration Form, which is also available at the Registrar’s Office.

The Power of One Class Recommendations: Career Development Courses

Accounting Courses

Accounting I

Focuses on basic accounting concepts and techniques needed to interpret and use financial information in managing and analyzing business operations.

Finance Courses

Principles of Investments

Acquaints students with the basics of stocks, bonds, and exchange-traded funds in the context of portfolio decision-making.

Corporate Finance

Provides a framework for analyzing financial decisions and corporate financial policy.

Investment Management

Provides an overview of financial investing, planning, and trading, as well as portfolio construction.

Financial Markets

Explores the features and functions of the key financial markets along with the institutions that serve the markets.

Insurance and Risk Management

Identifies and evaluates business and personal risk using insurance (life, health, property, and liability) as a risk management tool.

Leadership and Management Courses

Organizational Behavior

Introduces the contemporary principles of organizational behavior from management and employee perspectives.

Operations Management

Offers an overview of operations management, including planning, quality, supply chains, recall issues, process improvements, and sustainability.

Strategic Management and Decision Making

Explores the management decisions and actions that affect corporate performance, including strategy formulation, implementation, and evaluation.

Quality Customer Service

Conveys the theory, concepts, and methodologies that contribute to quality customer service in a global business environment.

Strategic Leadership and Management

Exposes students to foundational theories and business strategies they will use throughout their studies, including analyzing business problems and formulating strategic solutions.

Healthcare Management Courses

Healthcare Operations Management and Quality Assurance

Introduces the major healthcare constituents, such as hospitals and insurance companies, and how to understand and navigate their relationships.

Healthcare Finance and Reimbursement

Presents basic financial management concepts by providing students with the evaluation tools and assessment skills used to support the financial viability of a healthcare organization.

Healthcare Policy and Law

Addresses the most prevalent legal issues in today's health-delivery systems, including HIPAA and its effects on the enforcement of patient privacy and the security of patient data.

Digital Marketing Courses

Digital Marketing

Introduces emerging digital marketing trends, techniques, and strategies while demonstrating how businesses may leverage mobile devices, social networks, and the Web to reach online audiences.

Fundamentals of Web Design

Instruct students on modern website construction and design to meet business objectives using online, tablet, and mobile platforms.

Search Engine Optimization

Introduces how SEO is employed as an integral component of digital marketing strategies and used to increase web traffic, enhance product visibility and leverage competitive advantage.

Marketing Courses

Customer Relationship Marketing

Explores best practices in developing and implementing CRM to turn customers into repeat buyers using brand marketing, creative communication, technology, and research.

Principles of Public Relations

Provides a basic overview of planning and executing multi-faceted public relations programs as students work in teams to research an organization's policies and needs.

Consumer Behavior

Encourages an understanding of consumer behavior data that leads to audience segmentation strategies and successful marketing campaigns.

Business Communication Courses

Business Writing and Communication

Examines the process of developing clear, concise, and ethical business communications for email, reports, websites, press releases, and social media channels.

Interpersonal and Organizational Communication

Encourages a theoretical and practical understanding of human communication processes and conveys strategies to improve interpersonal communication skills.

International Business Courses

International Business Law and Ethics

Discusses international business organizations and the political, social, ethical, and legal environment in which they operate.

International Supply Chain and Logistics Management

Creates a comprehensive overview of the transportation, logistics, operations, and strategy associated with international trade and commerce.

International Economics

Explores international economics and its policy effects on global welfare and the fundamentals of global trade and finance.

Business Ethics and Compliance Courses

Governance, Ethics and Compliance

Explains corporate governance practice involving relations between a firm's executive leadership, governing board, stakeholders, and shareholders.

Culture of Ethics

Explores foundational principles in ethical theory and ethical decision-making, including how social dilemmas impact the business environment and business decision-making.

Regulation and Regulators

Provides a broad understanding of the philosophy, history, and context of regulations and regulatory agencies within financial services, healthcare, human resources, and other industries.