Why choose custom educational programs?
Custom Programs provide the opportunity to create an educational program that meets the specific needs of your organization. The following are a few reasons why our clients have chosen the USC Viterbi School of Engineering as their program provider:
Interest in connecting with USC experts for real organizational issues
Engineering training and executive education opportunities in a condensed period of time
Educational opportunities at multiple company sites through on-site training and/or distance offerings to several sites simultaneously
Preference for providing Continuing Education Units (CEUs) rather than degree-oriented academic units
Overall flexibility in timing, delivery, and pricing
How to Get Started
Organizations can always contact Corporate & Professional Programs directly with Custom Program requests or questions. If you are still wondering why you should choose corporate executive education offerings at USC Viterbi School of Engineering, we invite you to follow the steps outlined below:
Step 1: Explore Current OfferingsWhile Custom Programs can be created in a variety of disciplines, some are a tailored version of our current programs.
STEP 2: Discover Programs AreasUSC Viterbi's academic disciplines cover a wide variety of subjects. Custom Programs can be created from our areas of faculty expertise.
Step 3: Contact UsSpeak with a member of the Corporate & Professional Programs team to discuss options for your organization.
Courses on Demand
Professional Programs offers existing online graduate level engineering courses on demand, utilizing our Distance Education Network (DEN@Viterbi). Courses are modified from the USC Viterbi School of Engineering's academic courses and are only available for non-academic credit.
Courses on Demand are designed for organizations with 12 or more individuals interested in online graduate level engineering courses. This program option is not available for individual participants at this time. Continuing Education Units and Professional Development Hours are available upon request.
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Published on June 27th, 2017
Last updated on June 11th, 2020