Professional & Continuing Studies

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Essentials and advanced classes available

According to research conducted on Indeed.com job listings for 50 of the most populous cities in the U.S., Microsoft Excel is the most in-demand software skill on the market. For those seeking top salaries, Microsoft Excel headed a Business Insider review of the most commonly listed technical skills across the 28 highest-paying jobs in the Occupational Information Network’s database by being mentioned 21 times.

Microsoft Excel Essentials

Sept. 8-29, 2020
LIVE-ONLINE

Navigate through the Microsoft Excel application with confidence, and acquire familiarity with Excel’s data management capabilities.

 

Microsoft Excel Advanced Concepts

Oct. 8-29, 2020
LIVE-ONLINE

Work with complex datasets using advanced functions and formulas in Microsoft Excel

 

Microsoft Excel Advanced Reporting and Analytics

Nov. 4-Dec. 2, 2020
LIVE-ONLINE

Create interactive dashboard reports and data visualizations in Microsoft Excel

 

LEARN MORE ABOUT EXCEL PROGRAMS

In response to this need, the University of Delaware’s Division of Professional and Continuing Studies (UD PCS) is offering live-online, evening foundational and advanced Excel classes to equip participants with the skills needed for today’s jobs.

“Knowing that Excel is required in so many professions, our goal is to provide students, recent college graduates, career changers and anyone else looking to obtain the necessary skills with the appropriate training in a convenient, evening, weekly format,” said Patricia Allen, UD PCS program coordinator.

Microsoft Excel Essentials (Tuesdays, Sept. 8-29) focuses on the foundational skill set needed to navigate through the Excel application with confidence and acquire familiarity with its data management capabilities. Summarizing datasets and preparing a workbook for distribution on a professional level are covered.

Microsoft Excel Advanced Concepts (Thursdays, Oct. 8-29) addresses complex datasets using advanced functions and formulas. Lessons include instruction on presenting data insights using advanced charting techniques, setting up forms for collaborative workplace projects, and preparing interactive pivot tables for distribution on a professional level.

Microsoft Excel Advanced Reporting and Analytics (Wednesdays, Nov. 4-Dec. 2) concentrates on creating interactive dashboard reports and data visualizations using the advanced capabilities of Power View, Power Pivot and DAX formulas. Focus expands from traditional pivot tables to state-of-the-art Power Pivot data modeling.

Discounts and scholarships are available. To register, or for more information, visit pcs.udel.edu/ms-excel, email continuing-ed@udel.edu or call 302-831-7600.