Continuing Education Online
Online Learning at Your Convenience
The Professional Development Center offers a variety of online courses that provide options to the individual or employee of a business who needs training but whose schedule doesn’t include time for going to a class. Opportunities range from short-term classes to longer programs that prepare you for industry-recognized certifications.
To view more details on our online Continuing Education courses, please follow the links below. These links may take you off the main college website.
Online Classes with Education to Go
These six-week classes include topics for personal and professional development in courses such as:
New sections are offered each month. Most courses cost $135.
Click www.ed2go.com/sunywcc to view the entire catalog of six-week courses.
Career Training Certificates with Ed2Go
These programs, which typically can be completed in six months or less, and provide in-depth training to prepare you for industry credentials.
These web-based, highly interactive courses are led by expert instructors and include all necessary texts and materials.
Visit http://careertraining.ed2go.com/sunywcc for a full list of available career training programs.
For questions about any of our online non-credit classes, email Michele.Maya@sunywcc.edu to request information by email or call Michele at 914-606-6627.
Westchester Community College offers a number of pathways to help you prepare for a new career! You can get the skills and knowledge you need by enrolling in a non-credit program, or earn college credits through one of our degree or certificate programs. Perhaps you are not sure what people do or how much money they earn in certain careers? Would you like to know how many jobs are predicted to be available in a particular industry? Or maybe you are unsure whether receiving a non-credit career certification or license would be right for you? Go to https://sunywcc.emsicareercoach.com to explore a variety of career opportunities, their associated job descriptions, and salary and employment trends. Complete a career assessment for additional guidance. Still not sure? Visit www.sunywcc.edu/career for more career resources and contacts.