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  • Business Skills Undergraduate | 1 Credit

    CATALOG #10105123

    Upon completion of this course learners will be able to use technology-driven modes of communication, apply organizational techniques, and manage electronic files, explain how they are personally responsible for their own successes, and apply keyboarding and calculating knowledge in a variety of business-related scenarios.

    Offered Collegewide

    Fall 2019

  • Business Law Undergraduate | 3 Credits

    CATALOG #10105125

    Business Law provides the student with a working knowledge of the legal system, business ethics, and essentials of contracts. Students gain knowledge in logical and analytical thinking, and are encouraged to challenge legal issues and defend their point of view.

    New Richmond, Online, Superior

    Fall 2019

  • Medical Externship Undergraduate | 1 Credit

    CATALOG #10105160

    An externship is actual work experience in a medical office which provides the student with a variety of tasks. The sites are usually clinics or hospitals but can be other medical-related offices as well. The instructor and student will work together to secure an externship which will be acceptable to all parties. PREREQUISITE: Prior to enrolling in this course, students must have successfully completed or are in good standing in all program courses and have the approval of program faculty.

    Rice Lake

    Fall 2019

  • Introduction to Business Undergraduate | 3 Credits

    CATALOG #10105100

    This is an introductory course designed to develop an understanding of the activities, functions, and principles of business enterprises. The course helps to gain insight into the responsibilities and challenges of operating a business. Emphasis is on the interaction of the various functions required to operate businesses of all sizes. Specifically, the areas of business trends, ownership models, leadership, human resources, marketing, information management, and finance will be explored.

    Offered Collegewide

    Fall 2019

  • Wills and Trusts Continuing Education

    CATALOG #42102404

    This course will cover the basics of estate planning, including wills, durable powers of attorney, health care documents, living trusts and an introduction to estate tax planning.

    Offered at Multiple Locations

    Spring 2019

  • Advanced Care Planning Continuing Education

    CATALOG #42102404

    This course will cover the basics of estate planning, including wills, durable powers of attorney, health care documents, living trusts and an introduction to estate tax planning.

    Offered at Multiple Locations

    Spring 2019

  • How to Start Your Own Business Continuing Education

    CATALOG #47102416

    This course covers topics like identifying reasons for starting a business; why a business fails; planning a start-up business; management & financing; self-analysis as a future business owner; niche analysis; competitive analysis; marketing research; market analysis (advertising & promotions); and web-based marketing.

    New Richmond

    Spring 2019

  • Appl Intn'l Study - Japan Undergraduate | 3 Credits

    CATALOG #10140100

    Embark on an adventure that enables you to plan and experience international travel while examining cultural and professional norms.

    Online

    Summer 2019

  • Human Resource Management Undergraduate | 3 Credits

    CATALOG #10116100

    In Human Resource Management, the learner applies the skills and tools necessary to effectively value and apply employees' abilities and needs to organization goals. Each learner will demonstrate the application of the supervisor's role in contemporary human resources management, impacts of EEOC, writing job descriptions, recruitment, selection, conducting job interviews, orientation, developing policies and procedures, training, performance management, employee counseling and development, and effective use of compensation and benefit strategies. It is recommended that the learner have experience using a PC/MAC, using the MS Windows operating systems and software suite, browsing Web pages, downloading files, using e-mail, and exchanging files prior to enrolling in this course.

    Offered Collegewide

    Fall 2019

  • Compensation Management Undergraduate | 3 Credits

    CATALOG #10116103

    Compensation encompasses the remuneration issues of employment. It will cover all aspects of wage and salary administration including job design, job analysis, pay range development, salary surveys, bonus programs, state and federal compensation law and performance management in regards to pay practices. PREREQUISITE: 10116100 Human Resource Management.

    Offered Collegewide

    Fall 2019

  • Recruitment and Selection Undergraduate | 3 Credits

    CATALOG #10116104

    Getting the right employees in the right job is really an art. Learn the methods of recruitment used to attract employees to your organization. Once recruitment takes place, then selection of the most suitable candidate for an opening takes place. This process is highly governed by state and federal law which must be learned and used as the basis for lawful selection of employees. PREREQUISITE: 10116100 Human Resource Management.

    Offered Collegewide

    Fall 2019

  • Employee Relations and Labor Law Undergraduate | 2 Credits

    CATALOG #10116105

    The course provides students with both the common and complex issues related to human behavior in the workplace as it relates to employee relations, state and federal mandates and laws. In-depth examination of relationships among workers, management, laws and government are the major focus of this course. PREREQUISITE: 10116100 Human Resource Management.

    Offered Collegewide

    Fall 2019

  • Hospitality Applications Undergraduate | 2 Credits

    CATALOG #30109330

    Hospitality Applications is an 8-week course that offers hands on learning opportunities to practice and apply hospitality tasks required to seek entry level employment. Students will be guided in applying and demonstrating positive interpersonal skills and professional customer service skills, while focusing on maintaining a safe work environment, safe food facilities and positive worker habits. Hospitality Applications enhances students’ knowledge through application of tasks and demonstration of skills through classroom learning and lab experiences.

    New Richmond, Rice Lake

    Fall 2019

  • Safety and Sanitation Fundamentals Undergraduate | 1 Credit

    CATALOG #30109331

    Safety and Sanitations Fundamentals is an 8-week course that helps students develop a foundation in detecting safety hazards and bring awareness to best practices to maintain safe facilities. Students will explore safe working habits targeting areas such as principles of safe lifting, proper use of cleaners and chemicals, personal hygiene and health, proper storage and handling of foods, as well as cleaning and sanitizing.

    New Richmond, Rice Lake

    Fall 2019

  • Guest Relations Fundamentals Undergraduate | 1 Credit

    CATALOG #30109332

    Guest Relations Fundamentals is an 8-week course introducing students to the importance of working with others in a constructive and cooperative working relationship. Students will explore ways to better handle challenging customers and be provided experiences to recognize positive interpersonal skills and professional customer service.

    New Richmond, Rice Lake

    Fall 2019

  • Hospitality Internship Undergraduate | 1 Credit

    CATALOG #30109333

    In this 1-credit internship students will apply course competencies in employment opportunities at WITC and community based placements. The course competencies include: apply essential hospitality tasks, demonstrate interpersonal skills, demonstrate customer service skills, apply safe food, facilities, and worker habits, apply constructive and cooperative working relationships with others, and apply strategies to better handle challenging customers. COREQUISITES: 30109330 Hospitality Applications, 30109331 Safety and Sanitation Fundamentals and 30109332 Guest Relations Fundamentals

    New Richmond, Rice Lake

    Fall 2019

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