Noncredit Online Continuing Education Certificates


The following Continuing Education Certificates can be earned online:

 

 

Internet Webmaster Continuing Education Certificate
The program to earn a Continuing Education Certificate is available online.
This multiple choice, eight course certificate program is designed to build and enhance the studentís skill in designing and developing Internet applications for both personal and professional use. To start this program, students must have knowledge of the Windows directory and file structures, be able to work comfortably with various browsers, and have at least an intermediate knowledge of the Internet. Consequently, courses that provide an introduction to Windows and/or the Internet do not qualify as fulfilling program requirements.

 

Online Program Delivery
Successful completion of any eight of the following online courses to qualify the student for a certificate:


  • DPR-496 or DPR-581 Microsoft Publisher
  • DPR-498 or DPR-582 Advanced Microsoft Publisher
  • DPR-409 Achieving Top Search Engine Positions for Your Web Site
  • DPR-310 Introduction to Dreamweaver MX 2004
  • DPR-329 Java for the Absolute Beginner
  • DPR-464 Introduction to Perl Programming
  • DPR-383 Introduction to ASP.NET
  • DPR-403 Introduction to Flash Version 8
  • DPR-473 Introduction to FrontPage, version 2003
  • DPR-485 Creating Web Pages, Part I
  • DPR-445 Alice 2.0 Programming
  • DPR-469 Creating Web Pages, Part II
  • DPR-609 Introduction to Dreamweaver 8
  • DPR-540 Introduction to PHP and MySQL
  • DPR-583 Intermediate PHP and MySQL

 

CEUs will be awarded for classes. However, certificates of completion for individual classes will no longer be issued. Once a student has completed all of the requirements for the entire program, he/she should call 301-546-0873 for verification and to request a Continuing Education Certificate.

 

 

Creative Writing Continuing Education Certificate
PGCC offers classes for writers with varying objectives:

 

  • For those with aspirations of becoming published,
  • For those writing solely for personal expression,
  • For those who want to hone their writing skills, and
  • For those with a heart for short stories or novels, poetry or play- and screenwriting, or a style all their own.

 

To be eligible for a Continuing Education Certificate in Creative Writing, a student must successfully complete five creative writing classes in any combination of genres. Click here to view the list of Writing Courses.


CEUs will be awarded for classes. However, certificates of completion for individual classes will no longer be issued. Once a student has completed all of the requirements for the entire program, he/she should call 301-546-0873 for verification and to request a Continuing Education Certificate.

 

 

Child Care Continuing Education Certificates
PGCC offers certificates for each of the following Child Care classes:

 

  • DCR-303 Child Growth and Development: 45 Hours
  • DCR-304 Curriculum/Activities: 45 Hours
  • DCR-315 Infant and Toddler: 45 Hours
  • DCR-456 School-Age Curriculum Development: 45 Hours
  • DCR-466 Child Care Administration for Directors