Professional Certificate in NanoTechnology via Distance Learning Coursework at Columbia University's School of Engineering & Applied Sciences

Image: NanoMachine. Courtesy of Pawel Szczesny. CCL 3.0. http://freelancingscience.com/
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Lecture delivery method is from Columbia University via the Internet with streaming media or download options. Lectures are asynchronous, recorded, posted to the Internet on the scheduled day of class. Students interact with Professors and teaching assistants primarily by way of e-mail, fax, and phone. Homework assignments are retrieved via the Internet. Submissions are uploaded or faxed. Students choose proctors, subject to CVN approval, to monitor their test-taking. The exams may be taken at one's workplace or other suitable venue. On the day of the exam, and at the time specified by the instructor, the student's proctor will be able to download and print out the exam to be administered. After the test period is over, the proctor faxes the finished exam to Columbia University. Students in this distance learning programme are fully-matriculated, take the same classes as on-campus students, do the same homework, and take the same exams. Their degrees, transcripts, and diplomas are the same as their in-residence, dorm-dwelling counterparts'. On graduation day, distance-ed scholars get to promenade down the College Walk with all other Columbia students to acknowledge their academic accomplishments and to procure their credentials.

Students can be company-sponsored; tuition vouchers are accepted.

(As a former Columbia U student, I will say that it holds an ever-abiding place of special-ness in my memory banks.)

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Certificate of Professional Achievement Program in NanoTechnology
http://www.cvn.columbia.edu/cert/nano_cert.php


Other Certificates of Professional Achievement
http://www.cvn.columbia.edu/cert.php

Applied Mathematics
Applied Physics
Business and Technology
Civil Engineering
Computer Science
Earth & Environmental Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Financial Engineering
Industrial Engineering & Operations Research
Materials Science
Mechanical Engineering


Degree Programs
http://www.cvn.columbia.edu/deg.php

M.S. in Applied Mathematics
M.S. in Applied Physics
M.S. in Biomedical Engineering
M.S. in Chemical Engineering
M.S. in Civil Engineering- General
M.S. in Civil Engineering- Construction Engineering and Management
M.S. in Computer Science- Foundations of Computer Science
M.S. in Computer Science- Computer Security
M.S. in Computer Science- Machine Learning
M.S. in Computer Science- Natural Language Processing
M.S. in Computer Science- Network Systems
M.S. in Computer Science- Software Systems
M.S. in Computer Science- Vision and Graphics
M.S. in Computer Science- M.S. Personalized
P.D. in Computer Systems Engineering
M.S. in Earth & Environmental Engineering
M.S. in Electrical Engineering- General
M.S. in Electrical Engineering- Telecommunications Engineering
M.S. in Electrical Engineering- New Media Engineering
M.S. in Electrical Engineering- Wireless and Mobile Communications
M.S. in Electrical Engineering- Lightwave (Photonics) Engineering
M.S. in Electrical Engineering- Microelectronic Circuits
M.S. in Electrical Engineering- Microelectronic Devices
M.S. in Electrical Engineering- Multimedia Networking
M.S. in Electrical Engineering- Systems Biology
P.D. in Electrical Engineering
M.S. in Operations Research
M.S. in Operations Research-Methods in Finance
M.S. in Engineering and Management Systems-Risk and Revenue Management
M.S. in Engineering and Management Systems-Logistics and Supply Chain Optimization
P.D. in Industrial Engineering
M.S. in Materials Science and Engineering
M.S. in Mechanical Engineering
P.D. in Mechanical Engineering


DNA Scuplture. Pawel Szczesny. CCL 3.0


Lecture Previews
http://www.cvn.columbia.edu/previews.php


Student testimonials
http://www.cvn.columbia.edu/studenttestimonials.php


Forbes magazine review
http://www.forbes.com/bow/b2c/review.jhtml?id=2588


Chronicle of Education Faculty Scholarly Productivity Index
http://chronicle.com/stats/productivity/page.php?year=2007&primary=4&secondary=124&bycat=Go

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