Designing and delivering education that produces value

KU Continuing Education delivers high-quality programs to every corner of the globe. We use traditional classroom settings, interactive voice conferencing, and cutting-edge online education technology. We provide development and training for working professionals. Our courses are designed by KU faculty and industry experts for excellence, convenience, and flexibility to advance your personal and professional academic goals.

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Delivering Value through Educational Options

University of Kansas Continuing Education designs and delivers education that produces value in the lives and careers of those we serve. Through programming delivered on-site, on-line, on-demand, and through customized training, we support the teaching, dissemination, research, and outreach missions of the University. Learn more about how we deliver value through:

These specialized courses are designed to provide learning opportunities and skill enhancement to industry, working professionals, students planning for graduate school, and adult lifelong learners. We offer practical, one-of-a-kind classes taught by outstanding academic and industry professionals.


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Whatever your educational needs may be, KUCE has web-based solutions to help you reach your goals. Online-courses, on-demand courses, video conferencing options, and blended training courses that feature both online instruction and a face-to-face component provide training opportunities without the worry about time away from work or family and the cost of traveling.


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Responding to workforce needs and industry trends, these courses are developed and continually upgraded to meet the customized specifications of a growing world economy, public health, and safety infrastructure.


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Advance your career and enhance your knowledge with certificates; CEUs, CME, and CNE credits; training hours; and many other specialized workforce development credits offered through our broad range of professional development programs. Get the training you need to keep up-to-date with industry trends and advancements in your specific areas of interest.


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KUCE services over 1200 academic, professional and life-enriching events annually offering unique professional development options and lifelong learning opportunities to participants world-wide. The Office Conference & Event Management at KUCE supports University faculty and associated organizations by managing a wide range of conferences, symposia, and workshop activities. View our program calendar.


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KU Continuing Education  Contact Us

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