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Opportunities to collaborate with students from around the country, to be exposed to an outstanding roster of guest speakers, and to garner practical knowledge in a host of disciplines outside a student's area of specialization are not available in Canada.
In the area of specialization, it cited people development and training programs that are focused on developing capabilities by industry, business function, application product suite, and technology platform.
It is encouraging to see the markets embrace the higher capacity systems which are SatCon's area of specialization.
Election law is rapidly becoming a growing area of specialization for both practicing attorneys and academics.
Teligen's single largest area of specialization is tariffing, providing a range of custom products that collect, analyze and report on European telecommunication charges and services to corporate users, regulators and service providers.
Regardless of the area of specialization, associations can support their members and increase revenues by offering online learning tailored to their needs, as well as discounts on ready-to-use courseware.
The new firm, which initially includes three associates, as well, will concentrate in complex civil and business litigation, the partners' area of specialization.
The eCommerce track is a new area of specialization in Columbia University's Advanced Information Technology Management Program in the school of Continuing Education and Special Programs.