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CEU's, Professional Development, Personal Enrichment. Gears turning together coming from man's megaphoneThank you for your interest in teaching a course through the School of Extended & Lifelong Learning! There are various ways to do so. The information provided in each link below gives step-by-step instructions for proposing a course. Select the link below to the term or type of course you would like to propose. A description of the term/course type is provided next to each link.

MOLLI Courses - These noncredit courses are for 50+ individuals who love to learn. Curiosity never retires.

Noncredit Professional Development Courses - These short non-credit courses are part of our Community Engagement programs. They are taught by UM faculty and regional experts and teach students skills they need to get ahead in their chosen careers. Students are not required to be formally admitted to UM. Courses take place throughout the year and are not bound by UM semesters.

ExtendedCredit Courses - These courses are offered through UM ExtendedCredit Courses and represent a partnership with various UM departments and sponsoring agencies. These courses are available for academic credit and are designed for teacher recertification, professional development, and personal enrichment. Students are not required to be formally admitted to UM in order to receive academic credit. Courses take place throughout the year and are not bound by UM semesters.

Continuing Education Units (CEUs) - The CEU is a nationally recognized system of recording and recognizing participants in non-credit, professional, educational courses, programs and other activities. Non-Credit Courses (above) may be offered for CEUs. Instructors should first follow the instructions at the link above before submitting the course for CEU approval. For non-credit courses offered by organizations outside of UM, follow the instructions for CEU approval provided here.

Summer Semester - These courses are for academic credit, face-to-face or online, and offered during UM's regular summer semester. UM faculty/departments should follow the information provided here. 

Wintersession - These courses are for academic credit, face-to-face or online, and offered during UM's regular Wintersession term.