Southeastern offers range of fall non-credit courses
Contact: Tonya Lowentritt
HAMMOND – The Division of Extended Studies at Southeastern Louisiana University will offer a wide range of non-credit classes for area residents this fall. All courses offered are listed in the newly released Extended Studies Continuing U catalog.
“Southeastern has a wide variety of non-credit offerings to choose from, and community members can view the Extended Studies Continuing U catalog conveniently on-line at www.southeastern.edu/es,” said Tom Dawsey, recruiting and marketing manager. “Students can also register for courses at this website or by stopping by the Division of Extended Studies office in the University Center, room 103.”
Dawsey said career enrichment courses include areas of administration and business, computer and technology, digital media and design, skilled trade, and test preparation. Personal enrichment topics include art, music, healthcare and fitness. Southeastern’s Community Music School offerings are listed in the catalog as well.
“Courses new to Extended Studies this fall include Introduction to Metal Casting, Introduction to Java, Basic Film Acting, and Introduction to Stained Glass,” Dawsey added. “Southeastern faculty or qualified professionals teach every non-credit course.”
Classes are offered at Southeastern’s main campus, the Livingston Literacy and Technology Center in Walker, and the St. Tammany Center in Mandeville.
For more information, contact the Division of Extended Studies at 985-549-2301 or email@example.com.