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. Beginning in April 2019 is our Certificate in Web Development. The Web Development Bootcamp is a part-time, immersive, 14-week course that gives you the technical skills & experience you need to build web apps from start to finish, along with the most sought-after communication, innovation, and fundamental skills needed to be successful in the growing world of web development.
Additionally, we offer four-week online courses for educators that take place annually in Fall, Spring I, Spring II, and Summer sessions.
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.
Web Development Bootcamp
Friday, April 12, 2019
A series of workshops for math educators and administrators led by Professor Mahesh Sharma.
Saturday, April 27, 2019
In this 14-week program, you will get 12 hours each week (on nights and weekends) of face-to-face class time with industry-practitioner instructors who are coders by day and instructors by night, plus up to 10 hours of project work and exercises each week. You’ll build a portfolio of projects and work directly with a real company to gain new work experience and grow your network.
Monday, July 8, 2019
Earn one (1) graduate credit (22.5 PDPs) by taking one or more of these 4-week online courses and learn according to your schedule!