Large software organizations seek internal professional staff development beyond traditional corporate training in specific technical skills (i.e., a new programming language or tool). This paper describes the results of one effort of delivery: the offering of a non-credit small, private, online course (SPOC) in software design. Participants spanned those with formal degrees in Computer Science or Software Engineering to those with no formal education in the area. After completing the course, a survey was administered. Intention to enroll in further non-credit SPOC courses was found to be more likely than intention in formal degrees in the area. Additionally, the course content was highly valued by the participants. These findings show a need for further investigation into the value and opportunity of exported education: bringing University expertise out of the traditional classroom and directly into the hands of industry professionals via corporate training-style SPOC offerings.