Continuing Education at Marywood University
Continuing Education at Marywood University strives to identify and meet the needs of today’s ever-changing workforce to help you stay on top of industry trends. We offer several online programs for individuals to continue their education in various fields with instructor-led or self-paced options. Our non-credit online courses and career training offerings are developed to meet each learner individually where they are to better prepare them for today's ever-changing needs.
Whether looking to develop new knowledge and skills, personal enrichment, and/or maintenance of professional certifications, Marywood is now offering a host of user-friendly options; from short term online continuing education courses, career training, and certificate programs for individuals to continue their education in various fields with instructor-led or self-paced options, to on-campus public forums and/or professional education programming (e.g., workshops, conferences, etc.) that lead to issuance of certificates of completion and/or continuing education credits (CEs).
View all online course offerings, public forums and/or professional education programming.
- Arts & Design
- Computer Applications
- Computer Science
- Comp TIA A+ Certification
- Construction and Trades
- Health and Fitness
- Information Technology
- Human Resource Professional
- Medical Billing & Coding
- Introduction to Microsoft Excel (118)
- Professional Bookeeping with Quickbooks
- Six Sigma Training (193)
- Teacher Professional Development
Whether you are looking for professional development or personal enrichment, these six-week online courses are the ideal way to learn a new skill or enhance your existing ones. With new sessions starting monthly, most courses offer the choice of instructor-led or self-paced versions.
SARA does not explicitly address non-credit instruction, although if an institution participates in SARA, its for-credit and non-credit activities are covered by the agreement.
Ed2Go and other third-party provider students must register and pay Marywood University to be covered under NC-SARA. The instruction is not covered under SARA if students register and pay the third-party.
The Institution that transcripts a course is considered the Degree-granting Institution for purposes of this section.
Thu, October 12 2023
Date/Time: Thursday, October 12, 2023, 6:30 – 8:30pm
Location: Academic Dates
This public event will take place in the Nazareth Hall Latour Room.
A community forum and panel discussion open to the public to raise awareness and better understand the impact of violence in our community...and to learn how we as a united community can decrease risk factors and increase protective factors through the development and implementation of the CDC’s Cardiff Model Toolkit for violence prevention. Dr. Matthew Schaffer, a local expert in threat assessment and Marywood
Assistant Professor in Clinical Psychology will discuss the types, neurobiology, assessment, and consequences of violence; and Keynote Michael Fanone, retired Washington Metro police officer assaulted on January 6th, police analyst, and bestselling author of "Hold the Line" will discuss his perspectives on community violence.