The spring 2021 program guide from the University of Delaware’s Division of Professional and Continuing Studies (UD PCS) is now available online.
Along with listings of upcoming business, healthcare, IT and legal courses, the publication highlights the resources and services UD PCS provides.
There is continued emphasis on addressing challenges relating to the COVID-19 pandemic environment and its economic realities. Learners can take advantage of expanded online programs for those looking to upskill and update their resumes, as well as scholarships, payment plans and financial assistance options.
One such offering is the free live-online Power Up Your Career seminar series, addressing topics like networking, professional productivity, personal information security and virtual meetings.
UD PCS resources include free academic advisement, career exploration and counseling, and credit registration assistance through the ACCESS Center. Virtual and telephone appointments are available at no charge to anyone seeking information on achieving their educational and career goals.
UD PCS also provides customized training and educational services to area businesses, organizations and professional associations.
As the adult and nontraditional learners’ portal to the University of Delaware, PCS is home to more than 25,000 enrollments each year — including UD employees — through UD credit courses and degrees, professional development courses, certificate programs, specialized conferences, workshops and lifelong learning member cooperatives throughout the state.
Members of the public and the UD community are invited to learn about spring programs at free online information sessions held Jan. 19-21 at 7 p.m.
For details or to view the current catalog, please visit https://www.pcs.udel.edu/guide/.