Non-Credit Class Offerings
Tennessee Tech University's non-credit programs include a wide range of short and long term courses and programs. Choose from on campus or online professional development to personal enrichment courses or from a host of career certificate programs. Tennessee Tech non-credit programs can take you wherever you need or want to go without having to satisfy any of the usual admissions requirements reserved for degree-seeking students.
NON-CREDIT CLASS OFFERINGS
For more information on non-credit classes call 931-372-3394.
ACT Test Prep - Next Class September 2018
Building Energy Systems
Highland Leaders - Next Class Spring 2019
ISO 9001:2015 Non-Credit Class
Makerspace and Collaborative Learning
Motorcycle Riders Safety
PLC Workshops - Summer 2018
Six Sigma Green Belt
Six Sigma HR
CONTINUING EDUCATION UNITS (CEUs)
Tennessee Tech University awards Continuing Education Units for satisfactory completion of many non-credit activities and courses. One CEU is equal to 10 contact hours of participation in a qualifying course or program. Programs where CEUs are awarded must meet specific criteria prior to the event. Presenters should consult the CEU Request Form and Checklist for more details.Individuals requesting CEUs must complete a non-credit registration form. The cost of awarding CEUs is $15 per person, per course. A record of CEUs earned by students is kept by Extended Programs and Regional Development and may be obtained either by verbal or written request.
CEU Request Form with Checklist
CEU Request Form
All course fees must be paid in full before the start of any class. All registration forms and fees must be received and processed through the Extended Programs Office. Instructors are not authorized to accept registration fees.
Call our office at 931-372-3394 to discuss our refund policy.
If required, students enrolled in non-credit courses that meet on campus will receive
a parking permit from the instructor at the first class meeting. The parking permit
must be displayed inside the driver’s side windshield and will be active for the term
of the course. Non-credit students should park in designated student parking lots
and must adhere to Tennessee Tech Parking and Traffic Regulations. For more information
about Tennessee Tech Parking and Traffic Regulations, please visit our page.
Tennessee Technological University offices will remain open during periods of inclement weather even though classes may be cancelled.If classes are not cancelled despite inclement weather, students are responsible for any academic work they miss as a result of inclement weather. It is the individual student’s responsibility to take the initiative in making up any missed work, and it is the faculty member’s responsibility to provide students a reasonable opportunity to make up missed work. Check our website for current information about cancellations or other information regarding inclement weather.