Would you like to change your career or advance the one you already have? The Office of Distance and Extended Learning's Continuing Education offers a wide variety of education other than undergraduate and graduate degrees to people in the central Texas area and beyond. Program benefits include focused, subject-specific course work and no application or admissions process. Just sign up and pay, and get on the road to changing and/or advancing your career now.
Instructor-Led, Six-Week Courses - New class starts every month
Career Training Programs - Enroll anytime, self-paced, six months to complete
Resource Utilization Group (RUG) Training - Enroll anytime, self-paced, 90 days to complete
Certificate in Financial Planning Program - Visit webpage for program options
Continuing Education provides support services to Texas State faculty / staff / departments to conduct non-credit courses or host conferences, workshops or seminars to meet the continuing education, or professional development needs of their students or alumni. We also work with faculty and staff to host conferences for professional associations to which they belong. Our experienced staff can help you conduct a well-coordinated, successful event.
When it comes to offering a course or hosting an event, your biggest concern ought to be the subject at hand – not how to reserve off-campus facilities, how you’re going to get collect payments and everyone registered, or how to seek approval for continuing education units.
Texas State faculty interested in conducting continuing education and/or professional development courses, are encouraged to contact the Office of Distance and Extended Learning to discuss how we can work together.
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The ITAC Service Desk (Call Center and LiveChat) offers hours of operation: 24 hours/day, 7 days/week, and 365 days/year.
The Office of Distance and Extended Learning will be closed on May 25th in observance of Memorial Day.