Digital photography. Poetry. Computer troubleshooting. Nutrition. Negotiation skills. Kids summer musical workshops. The list goes on and on, so if you’re looking to take a course (on campus or online), chances are we’ve got just what you’re looking for.
We offer 600+ non-credit online courses and professional certificate programs that cover a wide variety of topics and interests. Browse our list of online courses today.
Continuing Education & Outreach delivers a range of professional development courses that will help you improve your current job skills or prepare yourself for new employment opportunities.
College Link is open to qualified Binghamton–area secondary school and home-schooled students who wish to take courses in the arts and sciences during their junior and senior years. Find out more on our College Link website.
Binghamton University test preparation courses are brought to you in partnership with Kaplan Test Prep youth programs. Visit Kaplan’s website for details.
Continuing Education & Outreach delivers a range of youth programs, some academically based and others that are fun or teach a skill. All offerings are developed with youth in mind so kids will learn while having an enjoyable educational experience taught by a highly qualified instructor who has experience teaching the particular age group the course is intended for. Past programs include our popular Summer Youth Musical Theater Workshop, Summer Dance Institute, sports camps and more. Explore our youth program offerings.
Just because you’ve retired from your career doesn’t mean you’ve stopped learning. Maybe it’s time to take a course or earn a degree? You can do all that and more. Take a look at our Learning in Retirement options.
Binghamton University's credit courses are available with some restrictions to non-matriculated students who anticipate matriculating at BU or who can transfer the courses or use them as prerequisites elsewhere. Becoming a non-matriculated student can help adults, non-traditional students, career changers and potential transfer students decide a new career or academic path.
Last Updated: 6/10/11