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.
Online Career Training Programs:
Frequently Asked Questions
To register for a course at NSU, go to https://checkout.nsula.edu/.
A complete list of courses is available at https://checkout.nsula.edu/.
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.