Continuing Education

There's more than one way to prepare for the future.

Flexibility is one of the keys to helping students prepare for professional and personal success. In addition to our traditional degree and certificate programs, Berkeley College offers concentrated certificate programs that are focused on providing an introduction to various career fields and teaching the fundamentals needed to get started. These programs are designed to help students gain entry-level employment and also to prepare them to continue their education and expand their career possibilities.


Interior Design

Explore a passion for design as you learn to create beautiful and functional spaces for people to live and work.

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Paralegal

Learn the important skills required to enter the paralegal field, as you enhance your marketability or prepare to continue your legal education.

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Police Studies

Investigate the fundamental skills needed in the exciting field of police work as you learn firsthand from experienced professionals.

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Compliance

Learn the skills to help organizations ensure and monitor governance to rules, laws, and regulations pertinent to their respective industries.

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Emergency Preparedness and Response

Build a foundation in a range of topics that includes planning, security, and emergency management to help address the safety concerns of society.

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Homeland Security

An introduction to the essential skills to help maintain business continuity and national safety and security.

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Legal Nurse Consulting

Combine the theoretical knowledge and practical skills necessary to work as a legal nurse consultant or nurse paralegal.

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Public-Private Partnerships

Learn about collaboration between government organizations and private companies that helps to bring greater efficiency and sustainability to the delivery of public services.

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Social Justice and Welfare

Explore questions of equity, collection actions, and social rights that relate to interdisciplinary and intersectional issues.

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Berkeley by the Numbers

48+

Million
in Berkeley College institutional aid was provided to qualified students during the 2019-2020 award year

5700+

Students
including more than 300 international students representing over 50 countries (not included in these figures are over 120 international students, representing 5 countries, attending as part of a J1 visitor exchange program)

3100+

Students
enrolled in at least one online class in fall 2019

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