Learning Beyond the Classroom

AUNE makes education and training available to people with busy lives and curious minds, through continuing education.

 

Do you want to earn professional credentials or a certificate? Try out a different career? Learn something new or just keep your mind sharp? We can help. Whether you’ve got all the time in the world, or just a few minutes a day to take an online class, check here for our AUNE continuing education options.

Visit here often to find information about new continuing education offerings, including programs and workshops that offer credits (CEUs) in Applied Psychology and Clinical Psychology.

Graduate Degree Courses
Antioch University New England also invites qualified applicants to to enroll for credit or to audit some of the courses offered in our graduate degree programs.

View the complete AUNE list of Continuing Education Courses

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Course Costs

While the costs of individual workshops and institutes will vary, course costs are determined by the program and department in which the class is offered. Click here to view updated tuition rates. Never taken a course at AUNE before? First-time students can try out one of a variety of master’s level courses in Education, Environmental Studies, Psychology, or Management at Antioch University New England (AUNE). As a non-matriculated student, you’ll pay a reduced cost of only $1,000 for one 3-credit course. Credits may be transferable into a master’s program at AUNE or other institutions.

Questions? Call the Office of Admissions, 603-283-2130.

Interested in auditing a course?  Click here for updated audit fees.

Community Outreach

At AUNE, we’re committed to helping communities and their citizens tackle the issues that matter to them. Our community outreach helps organizations meet their goals through technical assistance, facilitation, and experts. We can help you plan, whether you’re private or governmental agencies, municipalities, businesses, schools, or nonprofits. We offer courses, conferences, symposia, workshops, or short courses on a variety of topics. Our community outreach endeavors include:

For more information, contact Peg Smeltz, 603-283-2301; email

Center for Academic Innovation

We encourage innovation and great ideas through an action tank that can bring those ideas to life. The Center for Academic Innovation, housed in the Division of Continuing Education and Community Outreach, is an incubator for entrepreneurial projects and ideas.