In addition to hundreds of noncredit courses for professional development and enrichment, Continuing Education offers programming in the following career areas:
Complete six required nondegree web design courses to add some web design skills to your resume.
Choose from any of our three certificates to acquire the exact professional skillset you need.
Coursework designed for those desiring a supervisory/leadership position, those recently promoted or hired into a supervisory/leadership position, and anyone who wants to further develop their leadership skills.
Process management and improvement courses leading to Yellow Belt or Green Belt certification.
Certification training courses in supply chain and operations management.
Noncredit courses for 2D Animation, 3D Animation (non-credit), Cartooning, and Comic Book art.
A series of courses in which students learn the business aspect of successful farming, from creating an initial business plan through long-term planning and management.
Courses for bilingual individuals who are interested in becoming an interpreter in the health care field as well as continuing education for working interpreters.
Noncredit courses in medical terminology, dementia care, phlebotomy, medical coding, and more.
Continuing education for insurance professionals to maintain licensure.
For students interested in becoming certified by the Association of Nutrition and Foodservice Professionals (formerly the DMA).
Designed for persons employed in healthcare or human services who are interested in certification in Eating Behaviors Counseling.
Learn cooking skills from food industry professionals.
For those interested in becoming a craft beer brewer or who just want to learn more about the processes behind one of Wisconsin's favorite beverages.
Learn how coffee grows, is processed, roasted, and ends up in your cup.
Continuing education for Dental Hygiene professionals.
Creative writing, publishing, and workshops
CNP Certificate and other courses for managers, aspiring leaders, and other stakeholders in nonprofit organizations.
Earn your non-credit Home Decorating Certificate