Previous Credential Offerings

Please note that these courses do not have a date for next registration. If you would like to learn more about any of these or are interested in partnering with Carroll University to offer these for your organization, school district, or institution, please contact Katy Coutley at kcoutley@carrollu.edu

If you are looking for credentialing opportunities that are running now, or will be running soon, please visit our Credential Offerings.

Data Analytics

Introduction to Applied Data Analytics-Excel Specialist
This course focused on applied data analysis skills through the completion of professional-level projects utilizing Microsoft Excel. With large, real-world data sets, students investigated business problems and made data-driven recommendations to inform key decisions. 

Data Visualization
As the successor to the Introduction to Applied Data Analytics course, students learned business intelligence data visualization skills through completion of professional-level projects utilizing Tableau Software. With large, real-world data sets, they investigated problems and created intuitive visualizations.

Healthcare Data Analytics Using Microsoft Excel
Healthcare organizations are committed to improving the quality of clinical care, increasing patient engagement, caring for diverse populations, and reducing costs. A critical component of these initiatives is analyzing data to support strategic decision making. In this course, Carroll University Healthcare Administration students had the opportunity to learn data cleaning, visualization and analysis, and creation of dashboards.

Community Engagement

Waukesha County Contact Tracing

In partnership, Carroll University and Waukesha County launched a training program to quickly train Waukesha County Contact tracers. The program consisted of two separate modules:
  1. Contact Investigation
  2. Disease Investigation

Violence Prevention in Education and Criminal Justice - Limited to Current Students

Violence manifests in various forms within educational spaces. Whether it be in classrooms, athletics, organizations or general social spaces, educators play a critical role in fostering environments that are safe and intentionally designed to address gender based violence. This microcredential, facilitated by The Office of Violence Prevention, will focus on both preventative and response measures for education and criminal justice/law enforcement professionals. 


Community-Centered Public Safety 

Best Practices in Transformational Community-Centered Public Safety is designed for police/public safety officers and community leaders to examine and implement a holistic approach to the CCPS framework within their own communities.


 
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