Grow Professionally

Advance your career, learn a new skill, earn a certification – or all of the above. The University of Arizona is home to many learners like you who are achieving their goals through our non-credit short courses and certificate programs.

Continuing and Professional Education may be right for you if you’re looking for:

Professional Development »

Increase your proficiency or learn an entirely new set of skills

Industry Certifications »

Add PMP, CompTIA, Cisco or other in-demand certifications to your résumé

Corporate Training »

Industry-relevant and customizable programs for your organization

Professional Certificates »

Boost your career with a professional certificate.

Curiosity Never Retires

OLLI-UA (Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Arizona) offers life-enriching in-person and online learning opportunities to adults 50+. Feed your curious mind and passion for knowledge in a community of lifelong learners.


Seminars and Lecture Series

Visit the Humanities Seminar Program »

The Humanities Seminar Program provides premier adult education experiences through classes taught by University of Arizona faculty on topics spanning the breadth of campus expertise and knowledge.

Visit the Community Classroom »

The Social and Behavioral Sciences Community Classroom brings University of Arizona professors and community scholars together for learning opportunities ranging from full courses to shorter, cultural immersion experiences.

Visit the Lecture Series »

The College of Science Lecture Series is a free public lecture series providing an annual focus on science topics that impact our community and world.



These offerings are non-credit Continuing and Professional Education. Learners will engage with professional experts and university-affiliated instructors, but will not earn academic credit nor academic certificates or degrees. Enrollment and completion in these offerings will not lead to alumni status with the University of Arizona. To view credit-bearing offerings, visit Undergraduate Degree Search or the Graduate Catalog.