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Professional Skill Tracks

Did you know that one-quarter of all occupations in the US economy show strong signs of hybridization, combining technical and nontechnical “essential” skill sets? Professional Skill Tracks (PSTs) offer you the ability to earn certifications and credentials in four skill areas that will help you become a well-rounded, in-demand candidate, including: Project Management, Information Technology, Lean Six Sigma, and Business Analysis.

Each PST is hybrid, combining technical and essential skills (communication, leadership, emotional intelligence, etc.). They range from foundational to intermediate and advanced to meet you where you are and get you to where you want to be. PSTs are bundled to offer you a discounted rate for enrollment. Courses are offered in-person, online or a combination of both to fit your busy lifestyle. Our team is available to help you select the tracks and courses that best fit your professional development goals.

In response to COVID-19, all Continuing Professional Education face-to-face courses and certifications will be offered online via live remote delivery for the fall term (September - December). Winter course delivery will be determined on the recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Pennsylvania Department of Health and Philadelphia Department of Public Health. If you have any questions or concerns about your course enrollment, please e-mail

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Project Management

Learn how to effectively plan and execute projects and efficiently lead a team.


Information Technology

Begin your professional journey with an IT certification to showcase to employers you have the professional technical knowledge to succeed in the IT field.


Lean Six Sigma

Pinpoint areas of waste or redundancy across units, improve your team’s efficiency and step up as a leader in your career.


Business Analysis

Translate complex technical details to stakeholders, including developers, administrative personnel and senior management.