Continuing Education 2020-09-11T06:20:00+00:00

Continuing Education

What is Continuing Education?

Continuing Education presents an opportunity to pursue formal learning opportunities that are not focused on a degree outcome. Continuing Education provides professional and community enrichment by delivering innovative, quality education and support services to learners in pursuit of lifelong learning, professional development, or career advancement.

Continuing Education Can Provide:

  • professional development seminars on-site and through online education on a variety of human resource topics, such as stress management, time management, communication, and leadership skills.
  • customized professional development and refresher courses using industry professionals.
  • seminars on issues pertinent to small-business owners or individuals interested in starting a small business.
  • short courses that satisfy continuing education unit (CEU) requirements.
  • leisure learning programs according to students’ needs/interests.







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Melanie Bedgood
Continuing Education Specialist, Noncredit Activities
117 South Hall
Phone: 318-357-6355
Toll Free: 800-376-2422

Online Career Training Programs:

Career, Professional, and Certification Training

Provided by ed2go, these expert-developed courses offer a flexible way to learn. Open enrollments let you start any time. And with up to 18 months access, you can learn when it’s convenient to you. Each course also comes with a dedicated Student Advisor, so you’re supported throughout your learning journey. Topics include business, healthcare, technology and more.

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Personal Enrichment, Hobby, and Skills Training

Provided by ed2go, this catalog includes nearly 500 courses where you study and interact with a cohort over a six-week schedule. Courses start monthly with twice-weekly lesson plans. For the independent learner, our self-paced courses provide access to all lessons immediately with up to three months to complete. Topics include computer applications, writing, accounting and more.

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Let’s talk about professional relationships. Let’s talk about what it means to mean something to someone and their career. Let’s talk about a balance of being professional and being human. At WebCE, we give our customers more than what they need; we give them what they want — even what they like. We put our customers first and provide the best service.

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Whether you’re looking for Pre-Licensing, Exam Prep, Post-Licensing, or Continuing Education, we’ve got you covered. Great real estate agents never stop learning, and we’re devoted to innovating and evolving as you do. With our convenient online courses written by industry experts, you can be rest assured that what you learn will help you succeed.

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NSU Continuing Education

The continuing education area strives to work with University resources, community resources, corporate resources, and technological resources to provide exemplary programming customized to fit the needs of the wide variety of students served. Specialized training opportunities such as workshops, conferences, seminars, and short courses are provided by Electronic and Continuing Education and are staffed by leaders in each of the fields represented.

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To register for all non-credit courses, visit the Registration Portal.

Frequently Asked Questions

A Continuing Education Unit (CEU) is defined as 10 contact hours of participation in an organized continuing education experience under responsible sponsorship, capable direction, and qualified instruction.

Federal financial aid is not available for students enrolling in non-credit courses.

You do receive a certificate of completion after completing any of the online courses offered through Education to Go.

Non-credit continuing education courses do not award college credit.  Continuing education is a good way to develop new skills or knowledge necessary for a career transition.