If you believe, as we do, that learning is a lifelong endeavor, NJCU invites you to explore the non-credit classes, workshops, and seminars offered through the Office of Continuing Education. Offered at our main campus and waterfront sites in Jersey City, courses vary each semester and appeal to learners of all ages – from primary school children to senior citizens.
Teacher Workshop Series (register now)Secrets of Successful Science Fair ProjectsShow Casing Science: A “How to Guide” for STEM Teachers Grades 5-12“Do your students enter research projects in science competitions such as The Jersey Journal's Hudson County Science Fair? If so, you won't want to miss this opportunity to gain behind-the-scenes experiences with the components of a winning project.”
Career Development Courses (register now)We offer several programs that can help you find gainful employment and a rewarding career. Among these programs are pharmacy technician, medical administrative assistant, certified alcohol and drug counseling, introduction to teaching Pre-k - 3rd grade and K-12.
Academic Enrichment & Test Preparation (register now)Auditors are also welcome in a variety of other undergraduate courses with the permission of the department chair. Finally, we are also offering test prep courses for the GRE and GMAT for aspiring graduate students.
Conversational English (register now)Learn spoken English skills for everyday life, school, work, and more
Please browse through the course categories above, or download our printable course catalog.
New Jersey City University is expanding its programming for non-credit courses in continuing education. Please contact us if you are a private company looking to partner with a university to offer a non-credit training and/or certification program. If you have experience teaching and/or training and would like to submit a proposal for offering non-credit coursework at our university, please contact us at (201) 200-3089 or email@example.com.
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