UC Berkeley Extension's programs and courses in technology and information management provide the innovative training you need to thrive in today's dynamic market. Get the latest approaches in enterprise solutions and leadership, integrated technical and business process management, business analysis, quantitative-based analysis and decision making, business intelligence and information administration, databases and applications development, computer languages, operating systems, electrical engineering and technology fundamentals. Courses are offered in Berkeley; San Francisco; Belmont; online; and, by request, on-site.

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Professional certificates and specialized programs of study

Professional certificates are the highest level of academic achievement from UC Berkeley Extension. Specialized programs of study provide focused subject concentrations to develop skills within specific disciplines. Learn more.

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Featured Courses

New! Hands-On Machine Learning With Spark

Using Apache Spark, grasp the basic concepts of different machine-learning algorithms through use cases and hands-on exercises: when to use an algorithm, how to use it and what to pay attention to when using it. Course starts Aug. 25. Learn more.

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Stay Ahead of the Curve With Python

According to data published by CodeEval, Python Programming continues to be the most popular coding language. Showcase your skills with our Python Programming course, where you'll learn the language that provides access to databases, CGI programming, system admin and other services. Enroll online, anytime.

New Video: Current Topics in Cybersecurity

Cyber intrusions and attacks have increased dramatically during the past decade. Get an overview of cybersecurity from multiple perspectives in this timely lecture. Watch now!

Contact the Technology and Information Management Department

extension-techeng@berkeley.edu | (510) 642-4151

Paul Emery
Paul Emery
Business, Technology and Engineering
Sean Butcher
Sean Butcher
Program Director
Technology and Engineering