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KSB-132 Innovative Applications Course Level: Undergraduate

Innovative Applications (1) Topics vary by section. This course provides students with training on the most recent and relevant applications in the market, to give them a distinctive edge as they become internship and job ready. Usually Offered: fall and spring. Repeatable for credit with different topic. Grading: Pass/Fail only.

KSB-132-001
Term: Spring 2018 Regular Term
Course Level: Undergraduate
Section Title: Programming for Nonprogrammers
Off-Campus: General Assembly DC. Programming for Nonprogrammers (1) This course for creatives and entrepreneurs who wish they could speak tech with their web development team, or to code a bit themselves, helps nonprogrammers communicate more efficiently with developers or aspiring developers get started.
KSB-132-002
Term: Spring 2018 Regular Term
Course Level: Undergraduate
Section Title: Business Development Bootcamp
Off-Campus: General Assembly DC. Business Development Bootcamp (1) Aspiring entrepreneurs, small business owners, sales professionals, and business leaders all benefit from a greater knowledge of business development skills. In this course, students learn how to succeed at every stage of the business development cycle, from outreach to developing and formalizing partnerships.
KSB-132-003
Term: Spring 2018 Regular Term
Course Level: Undergraduate
Section Title: User Experience Design Bootcam
Off-Campus: General Assembly DC. User Experience Design Bootcamp (1) As technology changes and more media outlets compete for customers' time, providing an enjoyable experience is critical to both attracting and keeping users. This course demystifies user experience design (UX) by giving a practical and simple introduction to what UX is while also explaining some of its core concepts of usability. The course introduces new concepts and ideas that enlighten students' perspectives on the human-computer interaction experience.
KSB-132-004
Term: Spring 2018 Regular Term
Course Level: Undergraduate
Section Title: Data Analytics Bootcamp
Off-Campus: General Assembly DC. Data Analytics Bootcamp (1) This intensive course runs through the analytical workflow, from collecting, cleaning, analyzing and presenting insights from small and big data sets. Students are introduced to important tools used in this process such as Excel, SQL, and Tableau. The course introduces concepts and practices using and managing data to transforms data for predictive analytics and business intelligence decision-making, and to develop compelling visualizations that articulate the value of data assets.
KSB-132-005
Term: Spring 2018 Regular Term
Course Level: Undergraduate
Section Title: Social Media Bootcamp
Off-Campus: General Assembly DC. Social Media Bootcamp (1) In this immersive course students gain a comprehensive strategy and tactical plan for using social media to achieve organizational goals. They learn to quantify, track, and measure results, as well as to make data-driven decisions to determine the right channel and content mix for organizations using social content, segmentation, and advertising strategies.
KSB-132-006
Term: Spring 2018 Regular Term
Course Level: Undergraduate
Section Title: Product Management Bootcamp
Off-Campus: General Assembly DC. Product Management Bootcamp (1) The first step in turning an idea into reality is to understand product management. There is a huge amount of work between the idea stage and the coding stage, and this workshop helps students understand what needs to be accomplished, including answering questions such as, is the idea worth working on; what features should the product have; and how the product will be built.
KSB-132-007
Term: Spring 2018 Regular Term
Course Level: Undergraduate
Section Title: Digital Marketing Bootcamp
Off-Campus: General Assembly DC. Digital Marketing Bootcamp (1) The digital landscape is moving at lightning speed. Every industry has been affected by the advances in digital, from retail to brands and agencies. Specifically created for students interested in gaining a deeper understanding of everything digital marketing can encompass, this activity-driven course equips students with tips and strategies on how to devise a brand and marketing strategy; what digital channels are available and how to use them; and how to track and analyze marketing efforts with data-driven decisions.
KSB-132-008
Term: Spring 2018 Regular Term
Course Level: Undergraduate
Section Title: Communicating With Data
Off-Campus: General Assembly DC. Communicating With Data Bootcamp (1) Data visualizations enable data to be compressed and encoded in ways to aid the perceptual, cognitive, and emotional capacity required to comprehend, retain, and make decisions using the data. This course introduces storytelling with real-world data to help students use visualizations and explore charting features. It incorporates design best practices for data visualizations and effective storytelling strategies for presentations.
KSB-132-009
Term: Spring 2018 Regular Term
Course Level: Undergraduate
Section Title: Data Analytics Bootcamp
Off-Campus: General Assembly DC. Data Analytics Bootcamp (1) This intensive course runs through the analytical workflow, from collecting, cleaning, analyzing and presenting insights from small and big data sets. Students are introduced to important tools used in this process such as Excel, SQL, and Tableau. The course introduces concepts and practices using and managing data to transforms data for predictive analytics and business intelligence decision-making, and to develop compelling visualizations that articulate the value of data assets.