AU offers non-credit courses online

Fri, 2012-07-20 11:32 -- univcomm
Finding the time to go back to school just got a little easier thanks to Anderson University’s Center for Lifelong Learning and the Internet. Earlier this year, Anderson University began offering non-credit continuing education courses to be taken online. Classes typically run for six weeks and over a hundred different courses are available in the areas of Computers/Internet, Personal Enrichment, Legal, Business Management, and Nursing.

“We will still have non-credit courses on campus,” said Betty Bricker Coordinator of Non-Credit Programs for Anderson University. “The online courses are a brand new addition to the courses already being offered through the Center for Lifelong Learning.”

Betty sees the online courses as offering a convenient solution to those with schedules already too busy with work and family commitments to attend weekly classes on campus.

Classes are scheduled to begin on December 12. Costs per class vary depending on the class but range from as low as $42 for nursing courses to $199 for courses in Paralegal Certification. The majority of the courses are priced between $59-$89.

To find out more about online classes, requirements, and enrolling visit the Anderson University website at www.anderson.edu/academics/adulted/online or go directly to the online instruction center at www.ed2go.edu/andersonu. For further information about online or on campus non-credit programs at AU, contact Betty Bricker by phone at 641-4253 or by e-mail at bjbrick@anderson.edu.