Continuing Professional Education

Credit and non-credit courses offered through Continuing Professional Education and Workforce Development help professionals advance, change, or refocus their careers, and support organizations with custom education solutions.

The Office of Continuing Professional Education and Workforce Development offers a variety of options for professional development, including four-week online courses for educators that take place annually in Fall, Spring I, Spring II, and Summer sessions.

In addition, we partner with school districts, education collaboratives, and other institutions and organizations to offer graduate credit to educators for course work or conference attendance. If you are an institution/organization interested in partnering with us to offer graduate credit, click Partnership in Educational Professionalism.

If you are or wish to become an instructor, click For Our Instructors and learn more about the required documentation, grading instructions, and submitting new course syllabi.

Our portfolio of online and classroom based professional certificate programs in paralegal, legal, management, marketing, business, and leadership are impactful, highly applied, and grounded in industry standards. Programs are designed to help professionals gain specific and targeted skill sets that enable them to advance professionally while continuing to work.

Our Programs

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Online, Self-Paced Professional Courses & Certificates

Online non-credit certificate programs and courses offer you the option to study at your own pace and on your own schedule."

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Paralegal and Legal Programs

We've partnered with the Center for Legal Studies to bring you the Paralegal Certification Program and Legal Training Courses designed for beginning and advanced legal workers."

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Math Education

Workshops are designed to help teachers and parents teach mathematics milestone concepts and procedures. We use a new teaching approach called Vertical Acceleration, which begins with a simple concept from arithmetic and takes it to the algebraic level."