The College of Arts and Sciences offers credit courses and noncredit programs that reflect departmental disciplines in humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences. The array of educational programs includes archaeology, fiction and nonfiction writing, foreign languages, preparation for MCAT and LSAT, interdisciplinary conferences, study tours, and continuing education for social workers.
The Center for Entrepreneurship & Economic Education promotes the understanding of economics, personal finance, and entrepreneurship through education and outreach to children and adults. The Center offers credit and noncredit professional development for educators, educational programs for students, and other learning programs for the community. The Center also develops educational resources and provides consulting to educational institutions and nonprofit organizations.
The Advanced Credit Program provides an enrichment experience for university-bound secondary students by offering freshman-level courses for college credit in selected high schools.
The SUCCEED program is a post-secondary program for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities ages 18 through 25 years. Program participants can earn a Chancellor’s Certificate by completing the two-year residential program.
The College of Business Administration offers credit and noncredit programs in several areas, including financial planning, human resource management, and customized courses designed to meet individual client needs. Certificate programs are offered, as well as preparatory courses for professional certification programs in financial planning and human resources. CoBA’s newest certificate program is the Digital Media Marketing Certificate, which offers marketers a chance to amplify their skills in the digital world by learning social media, web analytics, mobile marketing, media buying and more.