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. TTU 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.
- ACT Test Prep
- Register at https://epay.tntech.edu/C20205_ustores/web/
- Adobe Suite Workshop
- Awesome Etiquette Youth Camp
- BBQ Smoking Class
- Digital Imaging
- Digital Photography
- Grant Writing 101
- Mission Trip & Foreign Travel Preparedness
- Motorcycle Riders Program
- PLC ControlLogix Workshop
- K-12 Education Workshops
- Tennessee Business Tax Seminar
- Tobacco Cessation - Quit 4 Life
- Wilderness First Aid
In-depth Professional Development and Career Certificate Programs, Instructor-facilitated, ONLINE
Find a career program suited to your specifications or achieve your professional development requirements conveniently from your home or office. That Career Certificate may be just what your employer needs to bump you up a notch or two.
Arrange training for employees no matter how many or where they are located. Interact and learn with peers, from expert instructors.
You like to learn at your own pace, in your own way. These courses will help you do just that and the low cost and convenience may keep you coming back for more.
The CEU and Academic Credit
Continuing Education Units (CEUs) and such academic credit units as semester or quarter hours are separate and distinct units of measure and normally should not be commingled in institutional settings. A course or program should not awarded both CEU and academic credit unless the purpose, program criteria, and integrity of each unit are maintained. That is, continuing education students enrolled in an academic credit course who desire CEUs rather than credit hours may only be awarded CEUs if the program criteria for CEUs contained in this handbook are explicitly followed. The integrity of both units of measure (CEUs and credit hours) for educational achievement should be maintained throughout the appropriate use of each according to its individual and unique purpose.