The Office of Continuing Education and Professional Studies (CEPS) is committed to providing quality training and learning experiences through masterclasses, continuing education courses, certificate programs, industry certifications, corporate training, Experience Counts for Credit (EC4C) pathway, personal enrichment and leisure studies, and community education programs.
The mission of CEPS is to provide innovative experiences that will enrich, expand, inspire, and extend interests of life-long learners of all ages.
Areas of Interest
Because quality learning can happen in many ways, FMU’s Experience Counts for Credits (EC4C) pathway will evaluate your experience outside the classroom for college credits. Your certifications, corporate or military training, continuing education, on-the-job experience, and volunteer work can potentially earn you college credit at Florida Memorial University. At FMU, your experience can count for credit through our EC4C program.
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Courses offered with at least 10 contact hours of participation in an organized continuing education experience, under responsible sponsorship, capable direction, and qualified instruction.
Explore and develop your talent, imagination, and creativity through diverse courses such as visual and performing art, health and fitness, sports, cooking, and creative writing.
Acquire the skills and knowledge to advance or enter the workforce and/or industry. Our courses are designed for adults seeking to upskill, reskill or find a new career path.
REGISTER FOR CLASSES
Refund requests must be submitted in writing (via email) 5 business days prior to the first day of class. Cancelled courses will result in a 100% refund, including the registration fee. There are no refunds given after the class has begun.
Credit card refunds are credited to the card used to register. Money order and bank certified check payments are refunded via a check mailed 4-6 weeks after a course withdrawal or cancellation.
Students enrolled in a certificate program are issued FMU photo ID cards. Continuing and Professional Studies students, partners, and community members enrolled in workshops, seminars, and individual courses must present a registration receipt and state ID to enter any building on campus.
Course and program information will be posted on the CEPS webpage. Books and other course materials are not included in the cost of a course (with some exceptions). Participants are expected to bring and/or have the required textbooks/materials for the first day of class.
Transcript and Certificate Requests
Request for transcripts and Program Certificates must be made by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
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