The Office of Continuing Education's credit courses are flexible. Students can enroll in Education on Demand courses at any time and work at their own pace with up to a year to complete the course. For students who want a faster pace, Continuing Education also offers compressed courses that cover the course's learning objectives in a shorter time.
For students who find they are short a few hours of graduating at the end of the semester, or students that want to start taking courses outside of the regular semester, the Office of Continuing Education offers 43 credit courses that can be started anytime and will apply towards a degree plan. Students have up to a year to complete the self-paced courses, and if needed, can apply for a 6 month extension.
This online course saves time, money and expedites students toward graduation. Class begins on January 14 with History 1301. By Spring Break students complete the first history and move to History 1302 after spring break.
Another online course offered to students and professionals alike is Pharmaceutical Use in Cattle. This course will provide instruction on basic pharmacology, indications, precautions, and adverse effects of veterinary labeled pharmaceuticals for the treatment of diseases affecting beef and dairy cattle.
American Sign Language I & II, LANG 2311E & 2312E
Students can enroll in Sign Language I in the Fall semester and follow it with Sign Language II in the Spring. The class is taught on campus on Monday evenings.