Lifelong Learning administers a variety of credit and non-credit programs that fall outside the boundaries of a traditional degree program. You can take a course to get additional or upgraded job skills; explore a creative interest, or keep up with certification requirements. You can study overseas in an intensive summer experience, earn college credit while still a high school student, or get a jump start on the academic year by enrolling in a summer workshop.
Credit offerings feature faculty-initiated workshop topics, development, and programs on an enrollment-contingent or grant-funded basis. Many have become approved capstone experiences under the Global Miami Plan for Liberal Education.
Community programs are non-credit open enrollment opportunities that range from youth offerings to the Instititue for Learning in Retirement (ILR).
Benefits include professional development, personal enrichment, and teaching opportunities. Earn job enrichment credit for skill development, pursue personal interests, or propose an ILR offering or credit workshop.