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Invest in your future!
Collin College's Continuing Education offers leading career skills training for adults who are not seeking a degree. More than 70 industry-recognized certificate series and certification preparation training programs are offered in the information technology, management, administrative, finance, logistics, health sciences, education, creative, entrepreneurial, service, and hospitality career fields.
What is Continuing Education (CE)?
These courses are offered on a noncredit basis (offering no college credit). Most CE courses do not have specific entrance or examination requirements. Please refer to the course descriptions for prerequisites and placement requirements. Unless otherwise specified, the minimum age requirement for enrollment in CE classes is 16 years of age.
How Can Continuing Education Courses Help Me?
Flexible course schedules that are available online, on-campus, or in a hybrid/blended format
Quality courses taught by industry experts
Multiple campus locations
Options to register for classes throughout the semester
Extensive course options