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Continuing Education

Sharpen your competitive edge with practical continuing education
offerings at Peirce College.

Whether you are committed to building your own skills, those of your team, or your entire organization, consider Continuing Education at Peirce College. Our signature customer service and varied delivery systems offer the best possible learning solutions to meet any participant's expectations. Choose from short, focused workshops for individuals or corporate training programs for organizations. Gain knowledge and expertise from faculty members who are at the top of their fields or industries. Enjoy the flexibility and convenience that Peirce offers. Continuing Education Programs are delivered in the classroom, online, or a combination of both.

There are no prerequisites for Continuing Education programs; just a desire to learn. Our non-credit programs help individuals and organizations to grow or develop the skills necessary to maintain long-lasting professional futures. Perhaps more importantly, education inspires confidence. In today's working environment, professionals must be able to innovate and implement quickly and with confidence - a confidence built on the solid knowledge of key skills in their chosen fields.

Continuing Education Workshops are designed to give individual learners the flexibility to achieve current industry knowledge in a time frame, format, and field that best fit their needs. New programs are continually being introduced and classes are offered several times per academic year. Individual workshops can be modified for organizations to meet their corporate training goals or a fully customized program can be developed. Our talented, dedicated teaching faculty and instructors - many of whom are practicing experts in their industries - are experienced in combining theory and application to provide students with exceptional career-oriented courses.

Peirce College offers Continuing Education Credits (CEUs) that are based on program content, program length, and program completion. Credits are issued according to the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET) guidelines and approval is at the discretion of individual licensing boards. Questions and concerns should be directed to individual professional licensing boards or agencies.