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Continuing Education Division

continuing education

The Continuing Education Division offers lifelong learning opportunities via activities that include workshops, conferences, seminars, short programs, courses, and other structured educational experiences in which students register but receive no college degree credit. These activities are designed for life enrichment and/or agency certification renewal. They include in-service training for teachers, health workers, and other professions; corporate-sponsored training; training programs for units of government or industry; and personal enrichment programs and courses. Some of the programs offered by the Division of Extended Studies include Management Training, Medical Billing and Coding, Travel Agent Training, Wedding Planning, and Grant Writing. Programs or courses that are requested by an agency or organization are held at sites on or away from the University’s main campus and are customized to meet the specific needs of the customer.

Explore Our Programs

Online Programs

Ed 2 Go – Career Training

North Carolina Central University, in partnership with Ed2go, offers online open enrollment programs designed to provide the skills necessary to acquire professional level positions for many in-demand occupations.

Our programs are designed by a team of professionals from each respective field, providing you with effective web-based learning programs. Instructors/mentors are actively involved in your online learning experience, responding to any questions or concerns, as well as encouraging and motivating you to succeed.

Sample Courses:  Certified Global Business Professional; Mobile Web Developer; Paralegal

ProTrain – Professional Development and Self-Improvement

North Carolina Central University, in partnership with ProTrain, LLC offers affordable, online certification programs, either synchronous or self-paced, that can train you for the latest, in-demand job skills.  We have the solution! Take a look at what we have to offer and start training today!

Sample Courses: Florist Career Prep; Google Analytics; Home Health Assistant Career Prep

Network Security Certification – $2999.00 (October 2017)

North Carolina Central University, in partnership with Aisymmetry, LLC offers an instructor-led course in Network Security Certification.  This online network security course will provide you with procedural labs, skill challenges, troubleshooting, and network model building to develop your in-depth understanding of network security principles.  The course will introduce to the various security threats, tools and/or configuration used to secure a networking infrastructure.  The course helps students prepare for the Cisco CCNA Security certification.

Teleconference Programs

Pre-Law Courses

Intro to the First Year Law Experience – 3.9 CEUs; $99.99 (Spring 2018)

The Intro to First Year Law Experience is a three credit hour course designed to introduce students to the study of law.  Upon the successful completion of this course students will:

  1. Be able to explain basic legal doctrines.
  2. Develop an ability to use and apply legal doctrines to facts.
  3. Be able to effectively write case briefs.
  4. Be able to discuss case law through the Socratic method.Learn effective study habits and time management skills to be successful in law school.

The Basics of Legal Writing -3.9 CEUs; $99.99 (Spring 2018)

The Basics of Legal Writing is a three credit hour course designed to teach students practical legal writing skills. The course introduces students to the sources of law, statutory interpretation and case law analysis. Writing effective legal correspondence, case briefs, pleadings and legal memoranda will receive particular attention. Upon the successful completion of this course students will:

  1. Understand the organization and structure of the American legal system.
  2. Develop legal research, case analysis and legal reasoning skills.
  3. Be able to properly cite cases and legal authorities.
  4. Be able to effectively research, organize and write legal correspondence, case briefings, pleadings and legal memoranda.
  5. Identify and develop self-editing skills necessary for legal writing.

Contact Information

General Information Center:
Phone: (919) 530-7620 or (919) 530-6324
Fax: (919) 530-5220

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