NONCREDIT COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
Continuing education courses are listed by subject on the following pages. Course numbers are listed at the beginning of each course title.
Open entry/open exit courses are noted in the course descriptions. Students may enroll at any time in these courses and begin class immediately, provided there is space available. Students progress at their own rate and may exit from the class at any time upon satisfactory completion of the required work.
All credits listed are high school credits. Ten high school credits represent a minimum of 144 hours of study. In open entry/open exit courses, students earn credits by meeting individual competency-based objectives.
Some courses offer a certificate of course completion upon completion of all course requirements. A certificate of course completion does not appear on the official transcript.
Completion of Career Development and College Preparation (CDCP) program coursework appears on the student transcript. In addition, the student may request an official program certificate be issued for successful completion of all CDCP program coursework.
The class schedule should be consulted for current offerings.
|Adult Basic Education|
English as a Second Language
ESL Beginning Multilevel
ESL Intermediate Communication
ESL Intermediate Multilevel
ESL Intermediate Writing
Enhanced Beginning ESL Skills
Enhanced Intermediate ESL Skills
High School Subjects
College Preparation Algebra
High School Equivalency Test (HiSET)
|Secondary Education/GED Preparation|
3-D Printing/Advanced Manufacturing
Customer Service Representative
Executive Secretary / Administrative Assistant
First-Line Supervisor / Manager, Office and Administrative Support Workers
General Office Clerk
Multi-Media Artist and Animators
Commercial Textile Worker
|Vocational: Construction |
Commercial and Institutional Food Preparation
Caregiver / Personal Care Aide
Healthcare Support Worker
Home Health Aide
Nuese Assistant Acute Care
|Vocational: Shelter Dog Training|
Basic Employment Skills
Effective Communication Skills
General Medical Office Clerk
Office Leadership Skills
Technical Skills for Higher Learning
Transition to Higher Learning
Understanding and Supporting Employees with Disabilities