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What is Continuing Education (CE)?

Continuing Education (CE) in the College of Arts and Sciences offers professional development, non-credit and non-degree granting classes, programs and learning opportunities.

Our goal is to provide you with educational opportunities that will focus upon current trends, are compact, just-in-time training and fit your busy schedule. CE courses provide you with the tools and learning objectives you need in non-credit formats (online, short-term course, workshops, conferences).

Program Ideas and Instructor Opportunities

We are currently accepting program and course ideas, proposals, outlines and instructor ideas for teaching opportunities (non-credit/professional development).

CE program proposals under consideration include:

  • Professional development workshops and trainings
  • Online and in-person classes or workshops
  • Opportunities that fall under the categories within the College of Arts and Sciences: Departments and Programs »

Instructors and trainers should email their information along with a CE program proposal to If there are any questions, please contact Jay Stockslader, director of continuing education.

Policies and FAQs

Here are the answers to some of your most common questions. If you don’t see the answer to your question, please email or call 716-645-2711 and we would be glad to help. Frequently Asked Questions »

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