Sharpen your competitive edge with practical continuing education
offerings at Peirce College.
Convenient Career Advancement
Improve your job performance, gain recognition in your organization, and increase your marketability in your career field or an area of interest in less time than it takes to earn a degree. No matter how many years you have on the job, there is always room to grow. Our non-credit workshops give you the edge you need to stay on top of your industry's latest trends.
Individual non-credit programs are designed for students looking to further their professional and personal growth in a variety of professional fields. In addition, many industry associations accept these courses to meet mandatory continuing education hours. Whether you just want to take a few classes, get up-to-speed with advancements in your field, or seek opportunities for personal development, we offer non-credit options for all types of students. Continuing Education Workshops enable participants to stay current on industry developments, acquire new career skills, and network with industry peers and leaders.
Realize an immediate return on your investment with new skills you can put to work right away; practical programs are intended to refresh, engage, and strengthen industry expertise. Designed to accommodate a tight schedule and limited budget, these short, focused workshops help you to gain or improve the skills you need, when you need them. While Continuing Education Workshops do not offer college degree credits or lead to a college degree, they can give those who are considering enrollment in a degree program the confidence to return to the classroom.
Students enrolled in Continuing Education Workshops can take a single course or pursue a series of courses to receive a Peirce College Certificate of Completion and Continuing Education Credits (CEUs) where applicable. Peirce College offers 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.
Advance your skills and your career through Peirce College's professional development workshops that are focused and highly affordable. Our non-credit workshops are geared to help you gain new, updated, or complementary knowledge and skills to advance yourself in a chosen career field.
What our students say about Continuing Education at Peirce College:
E-filing issues were addressed and directly relates to my job.
This class applied directly to my work environment. I will be more aware of what I write in my emails.
Kathleen M. Morrisette '95
Sr. Litigation Analyst
Global Indemnity Inc.
Having a specified guidebook to follow along will help reinforce what I've learned today. This helps me feel more confident about my legal writing process and will show me what I need to work on. It was excellent because it covered what I didn't know in legal writing.
Catherine L. Choi '12
It (eDiscovery workshop) was all very useful to me as I am new to this concept, but have "discovered" I need it.
Tarryn Napper '11