An occupational program certificate or diploma includes academic, practical, and experiential learning in the community. It is designed to be flexible and geared toward the needs of students. Programs can be blended delivery with online, classroom, or lab components. They appeal to a broad range of students from all walks of life, from recent high school graduates to those looking for a new career.
Note: Students enrolled in Occupational Programs are not permitted to take credit courses because Occupational Programs are non-credit Continuing Education programs that do not meet General Admission Requirements. There is no limit to the number of non-credit academic upgrading courses you may complete.Our Programs
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Apply your LearningAs a graduate of an occupational program (certificate or diploma), you learn skills that prepare you for entry to practice in the career of your choice. Your program will offer work experience or practicum opportunities where you will work directly with professionals in the field, providing the experience you need to succeed in your chosen occupation. Your program will prepare you for any required accreditation and/or licensing with the professional association, college, or regulator in your field.