Professional development training and public service are managed by the Administration and Finance division of the University College.
Professional Development Training offers a wide variety of programs and topics specializing programs to those interested in developing their professional expertise. We offer our programs in a variety of modes, helping people of all ages achieve CEUs and certificates, accomplish professional development goals, and pursue recreational and intellectual interests. Our diverse educational opportunities, quality programs, and dedicated service give lifelong learners access to the vast and valuable resources of our university. Hundreds of courses are available online or on-demand covering topics as diverse as test preparation, software mastery, professional development, and personal enrichment. The department also offers and designs training programs for the State of Tennessee health and education departments.
To search for available courses, simply type in a 'keyword' for something that you're interested in or that you need to learn, and push "Search".
The University College Public Service department supports faculty and staff with the planning and funding of university projects. Public Service (as defined by the committee) is the term used to encompass the activities using the professional expertise of the university faculty which provides service to the community, region, state, or nation, within the bounds of the university mission as executed by its departments. These activities are commonly included under the headings of extension, continuing education, community service, adult education, and consultation.
Registration for the Fall 2011 EMT program is now open. For more information and to register, please visit www.mtsu.edu/emt.