Continuing Education


Certificate Programs

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Are you thinking of launching a new career or looking to advance in your current position? Continuing Education’s professional certificate programs can help you reach your goal in a fairly short period of time and with affordable tuition. Our courses are taught by faculty members with extensive experience in their fields and a commitment to helping adult students. Certificates are offered in a variety of in-demand fields, including business and finance; computer information technology; allied health; health information management; credentialed alcoholism and substance counselor (CASAC); child care, family day care, and professional development and licensure.

We welcome you to our free career information seminars designed to provide guidance in helping you choose a program. In addition, our program coordinators are available by appointment to counsel you about your educational and career objectives.


Children and Personal Development

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Personal Development

Enjoy your leisure time and enrich your life with our affordable and rewarding personal development courses. We offer a great variety of offerings, including art, photography, music, languages, writing, culinary arts, yoga, dance, t’ai chi chuan, sports, swimming, and "Fabulous 55+: Courses for Older Adults."


Children and teen programs have been a vital part of Continuing Education for 30 years. With ages ranging from 4-16 and a vast array of classes in academics, computers, languages, test preparation, creative and performing arts, and sports, children have the opportunity to achieve academic success, enhance creativity, and increase physical fitness. Our popular and affordable summer camps for ages 6-16 provide enriching and fun-filled structured activities in Lehman’s excellent facilities on our beautiful campus. Your child will experience a memorable summer.

Last modified: Apr 6, 2015

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