Classes and Programs
Professional Education Programs
Employers hire people with the most recent and relevant education and experience. Keeping up-to-date with the latest business and technical skills makes Georgia’s job applicants more competitive.
Professional Certificate Programs typically take less time to complete, are less expensive, and are more focused and relevant than degree-seeking programs. For example:
Industry Certification – Many industries require an initial certification or licensure, plus yearly recertification, and Continuing Education organizations offer training preparation courses for both. For example:
Personal Enrichment Classes
Health & Fitness, Dance, Crafts & Hobbies, Home & Garden, Humanities, Lifestyle, Visual Arts - personal enrichment classes are for people of all ages.
Admission is open to everyone. Interest and desire to learn are the only requirements!
Most classes have no educational prerequisites. Students are not required to send transcripts or take university entrance exams.
Learning for learning’s sake is what these courses are all about.
Many Continuing Education offices offer special classes and camps for kids and teens, especially during the summer.
Kids and teens can learn while having fun, and become familiar with higher education as a positive and enriching experience.
Teens may complete courses to prepare for taking the SAT or ACT, Driver’s Education, and more.