The future of Georgia is Professional Education. The Department of Education predicts the number of non-traditional-age students to rise to a far higher rate than the number of traditional-age students. Classes, conferences and seminars result in a $637 million dollar boost for the state’s economy. Therefore, professional education is crucial to the growing workforce and to Georgia’s economic development and impact. (Source: GA CE Department Economic Impact Report)
Program and Student Awarded at Regional Conference
The University Professional and Continuing Education Association held its Mid-Atlantic and South Regional Conference from Oct. 1-3 in Bethesda, MD. Our Medical Assisting Certificate received the Program of Excellence Award.
Students in this program complete 12 months of rigorous instruction and... read more ❯
HR Graduate Says Program was Fate
Latrece Jamison, a Human Resources Management SHRM-CP/SHRM-SCP graduate, praises the CCPE program for her success. She began classes here in 2017, looking to expand her HR education. After being laid off from her job in a real estate services company,... read more ❯
Fall Brings New Opportunities to Explore OLLI
The OLLI Sampler is a chance for students to find and learn about the perfect course. Every year, OLLI holds the Sampler as a class that meets every Monday in October. Each week, two different instructors will come and showcase... read more ❯