Professional Credit Program opportunities are available from a variety of campus departments. Certain areas may offer degree credit, continuing education units (CEUs), or other professional credit units.
Auburn University Office of Professional and Continuing Education offers online open enrollment programs designed to provide the skills necessary to acquire professional level positions for many in-demand occupations.
The Auburn University Dietary Managers Program is a nationally accredited correspondence program providing food service professionals in institutional foodservice such as healthcare, school nutrition, and corrections a quality education.
Certificate courses are courses that you may take that do not require official admission to Auburn University but are made available to you directly from the College of Agriculture at lower cost. You will not receive a transcript for the course. Instead, you will receive a Certificate of Completion, which you may use as evidence that you have successfully completed the course.
The College of Education is fast becoming a leader in providing distance education programs on the Auburn University campus and beyond. Whether offering full degree programs or individual courses to support those programs, distance education opportunities are continuing to grow.
Engineering Continuing Education offers a variety of workshops, seminars, conferences and short courses to enhance professional development or meet license renewal requirements. Many of these programs provide Continuing Education Credits (CEUs). There are four specialized training areas: Alabama Technology Transfer, Southern Regional Radon Training and the distance learning Engineering Professional Development courses.
The Health Watch certificate training program is a training program that teaches pharmacists the skills necessary to become a provider of biometric screenings within the Alabama Pharmacists Network.
Last Updated: July 17, 2013