Matthew J. McDermott
Education and Training

Bachelor of General Studies - Indiana University
-- Major: General Studies, Concentration in Arts and Humanities
-- Minor: Sociology
-- 3.04 Program G.P.A.
Coursework included (course credits in parentheses):
Mathematics (6): Algebra and Trigonometry
Science (10): Chemistry
English (9): English Composition, Literature, Modern American Poetry
Foreign Language (10): German
Sociology (15): Introduction to Sociology, Sociology of Work, Gender Studies, Social Problems, Social Theory
Communications (12): Public Speaking, Voice and Diction, Persuasion, Interpersonal Communication
Leadership and Supervision (6): Human Resource Management, Personnel Law
Computing (9): Data Processing, Web Design, Web Programming
Business (3): Business Administration
Classical Studies (3): Classical Mythology
Fine Art (6): Art Appreciation, Chinese Painting
Anthropology (3): Modern Material Culture
Political Science (3): U.S. Public Policy Formation
Religious Studies (3): Introduction to Religion / World Religions
(Degree award also accounted for transfer credits from other institutions.)

Associate in Science, Summa cum Laude
Vincennes University, Vincennes, Indiana
-- Major: General Studies
-- 3.95 G.P.A.
Coursework included (course credits in parentheses):
Business (12): General Business, Principles of Sales, Business Computing, Small Business Operations
English (3): English Composition
(Degree award also accounted for transfer credits from other institutions.)

Western Kentucky University
-- 4.0 G.P.A.
Course: Program Planning for Adults (3 graduate level course credits)
Course: Adult Development and Learning (3 graduate level course credits)

Studio Art Centers International (SACI)
Florence, Italy
Course: Art of the Italian Renaissance (3 graduate level course credits)

Michigan State University Supported Employment Project
Employment Training Specialist Certificate
Work toward certificate included studies associated with: job development, candidate screening, job placement, employment training, behavior tracking and modification, task analyses, job analyses, and work site analyses.

Purdue University
West Lafayette, Indiana
Course: Algebra (3 credits)

Georgia Military College
Course: Role of the Officer (3 credits)

United States Army and United States Army Reserve
Courses: Basic Combat Training (BCT), Armor Advanced Individual Training (AIT), Indirect Fire Infantry Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) Reclassification Training, Drill Sergeant School