December 13, 2010 | Adam Sorensen | Leave a comment Sinclair Community College, which is located in Ohio, recently announced that it will offer online education programs to working professionals, reports the Dayton Business Journal. College officials told the news source that courses feature content developed by University of San Francisco, Villanova University, and Tulane University. Furthermore, they noted that the course offerings include project management, Six Sigma, leadership, sales, internet marketing and green supply chain management. “This new initiative will significantly extend our reach using online learning tools including streaming video, which gives participants the flexibility of viewing course lectures wherever and whenever it is most convenient,” Deb Norris, vice president for workforce development, told the news source. Officials added that these online programs aim to prepare individuals for certification programs, which could help them advance in their careers. Furthermore the school’s workforce development division is offering two information training sessions in the manufacturing field. Pew Research Center reports that community colleges enroll close to 44 percent of all undergraduates in the U.S, which represents nearly 6 million students.