Continuing Education and Community Engagement
Education at Methodist College doesn't just end with a diploma or certificate, it extends into a professional's career! We offer continuing education programs for healthcare providers spanning Health Care and Human Services professions such as Nursing, Medical Assistant, Social Workers and Counselors.
We also host community events for adults -- and even kids -- who are interested in learning more about Health Care and Human Services.
Upcoming Community Engagement and Continuing Education Programs
Please view our current Continuing Education and Community Educations programs below. If you have questions, please contact our Career Pathways and Continuing Education department at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Continuing Education Classes
Methodist College hosts a series of Continuing Education opportunities throughout the Fall and Spring semesters. These sessions will qualify as continuing education hours for nurses, social workers, counselors and K-12 teachers. All classes are open to both professionals who are seeking continuing education as well as the general community.
- No upcoming courses scheduled. Please return here periodically for an updated schedule.
SAT Test Prep Courses
Using the successful Victory Math and English curriculum from Cambridge
Educational Services, our Methodist College instructors will teach the 24 hour program
that is nationally-documented to improve scores by more than 100 points. Students
will gain experience and confidence by taking two "retired" SAT exams that will provide
the instructor with immediate feedback to guide the students in areas of improvement.
The Wellness Forum
The Wellness Forum gathers health care and human service professionals to share new research and innovative practices in a critical area of human care. The forum is held each spring on the Methodist College Campus and offers continuing education credit to Nurses, Social Workers and Counselors. More information can be found here.
Learn and Serve Summer Camp
Methodist College's Learn and Serve Camp combines fun, hands-on learning experiences in science and healthcare with real life community service projects. The camp features upper level Methodist College Nursing students as the camp leaders who help design and deliver the curriculum. The camp is offered each summer to incoming 5th-9th graders. More information can be found here.