Credit and Non-credit Programs
UIC Extended Campus collaborates with colleges and academic departments to offer a variety of courses to meet professional requirements and industry needs.
Credit Course Sequences are groups of courses in select professional areas that, taken together, can be applied toward an Illinois State Board of Education approval or endorsement or toward other professional credentials.
Individual Courses are stand-alone offerings that may be taken individually for academic credit. Credit courses are appropriate for working professionals who seek continuing education, are preparing for entry to a degree program or need to meet requirements to maintain an existing professional credential.
Professional Development offerings are non-credit courses (not offered for academic credit) geared toward select audiences seeking to enhance their professional skills.
In addition to UIC Extended Campus, certain colleges and departments also offer continuing and professional education opportunities. For additional listings view other continuing education units or academic departments Web sites.
|College of Education||Bilingual and English as a Second Language (ESL) Endorsement/Approval|
|College of Liberal Arts & Sciences||CPS Algebra Initiative Program|
|College of Education||Early Childhood Special Education Endorsement|
|College of Applied Health Sciences||Assistive Technology Certificate Program|
|College of Education||Learning Behavior Specialist II Program|
|College of Social Work||Post-MSW Professional Educator License, School Social Worker Endorsement Program|
|College of Education||MESA App: MESA online courses: Apply as a nondegree extramural online student|
|College of Education||Administrative and Leadership Theory in Education|
|College of Education||Leading Urban School Systems|
|College of Education||Sociolinguistics|
|College of Education||Survey of Characteristics of Learners with Disabilities|
|College of Engineering||Coursework in Engergy Engineering|
|College of Liberal Arts & Sciences||Communication Technologies|
|College of Liberal Arts & Sciences||Fundamentals of Media Communication|
|College of Liberal Arts & Sciences||Introduction to Communication|
|College of Liberal Arts & Sciences||Introduction to Interpersonal Communication|
|College of Liberal Arts & Sciences||Introduction to Media|
|College of Liberal Arts & Sciences||Linguistics/TESOL Coursework|
|College of Liberal Arts & Sciences||Online Introduction to Psychology|
|College of Liberal Arts & Sciences||Public Relations and Digital Media|
|College of Liberal Arts & Sciences||Social Media and Marketing|