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Today’s knowledge economy requires new skills. At Carlow University, we understand the complexities that adult learners encounter in adding education to their busy lives. Whether you plan to advance your existing career or pursue a new, exciting path, we can help you get there. With customized degree and non-degree programing and flexible scheduling, we can build a signature education that not only works for you, it also works with you – because at Carlow, we believe in you and stand committed to helping you reach your educational goals. If you’re an employer, we can work with you, too, by helping you craft an educational experience for your employees that will equip them to meet your business challenges.

 

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Advance Your Career

 

Advance Your Workforce

  

Adult learners must balance multiple obligations of work, family and social commitments. They need an educational partner committed to providing flexible solutions and the ongoing support they require to assist them in reaching their individual educational and career goals. -- James (Jim) Ice, EdD, Dean of the College of Professional Studies

 

College of Professional Studies: 

Graduate Certificates

these programs are designed to support your continuing education needs and are targeted to provide you a "stackable" credential in the following areas:

Alcohol and Drug Counseling
Autism Teaching
Dyslexia Teaching
Early Childhood Supervision
Online Teaching
STEM Teaching
Cyber Threat Research & Analytics
Fraud and Forensics
Project Management
Healthcare Management
Human Resource Management

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Credits for Life and Work Experience

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Competency-Based Education

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Hub For Workforce Development