Community Education courses are intended to introduce various IT concepts and tools to members of the general community, and to provide some practical hands-on experience for personal use at home or work. As such, these non-credit courses are not intended for pursuing a formal education. Course content with respect to addressing the topics in the course description are at the instructor's discretion. There is no homework, exams, or grades given to students. The cost of a course is very reasonable, and classes are held at many convenient times and locations throughout the area.
For information on current class schedules, locations, and tuition cost, please see the Community Education course schedule and type the appropriate keyword (e.g. "computer").
The credit academic division also offers one-credit pass/fail courses on various IT concepts and tools that may be of interest to members of the general community. These courses (13 hours of class time) involve both lecture and hands-on activities. For information on current class schedules and locations, please see the Credit Course Search for the appropriate semester, choose "CIT" as the subject and "600-Speciality Courses" as the Course Level, and enter the appropriate keyword.