Center for Continuing Education

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The Center for Continuing Education's mission is to support the efforts of the university by serving members of the community through courses on professional and skill development, as well as personal enhancement courses to broaden the individual's social and soft skills. Other responsibilities of the Center include the issuing of Continuing Education Units (C.E.U.'s) to the business community along with academic and professional organizations through conferences, seminars and workshops.

 

New Year! - New You!

Starting Spring 2019 the Center for Continuing Education has a new line up of personal enhancement workshops and classes. See the brochures below to learn more or click on the Programs tab on the right hand blue bar.

 

This semester we are also offering a new academic program - Study Hall.

 

 

For more information please contact one of our offices Programs (361) 593-4261 or Academics (361) 593-2857. 

 

  

The public services provided by The Center for Continuing Education (CNED) are educational experiences that are outside the scope of normal for-credit college courses.  These experiences are intended to meet specific needs within the larger community that includes, but is not limited to, members of the university community.

 

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This page was last updated on: January 18, 2019