Fall Non-credit Courses at PSU

August 18th, 2005 by Adam

Graduate Studies and Community Outreach at Plymouth State University offers non-credit courses to the public for personal and professional development.

Courses are taught by members of the regional community and have no grades or examinations. Classes vary in format and duration, from single-day workshops to multi-week evening sessions.

Courses beginning in the fall cover topics such as health and wellness, visual arts and culture, music, foreign language, financial aid and technology and training. Information about each course is online at www.plymouth.edu/communityeducation.

Sample health and wellness classes offered in the fall are: Fitness Over 50!, Manage Stress Naturally, Exploring Meditation, Hands On! Massage Workshop—Legs and Feet, Driver Safety and Collision Avoidance, Healthy Vegetarian Cooking, World Dance: Folk Dancing, T’ai Chi, Introduction to Belly Dance, Chakra Connection, Spinning, Strengthening & Yoga, Making Lifestyle Changes and Healthier Choices, World Dance, Canine Massage, Creative Grains, Happy to Be Here…Now!, Boxing Boot Camp, Beginning Ballroom Dancing, Pilates, Adult Ballet, Adult Ballet, Modern Dance, and Create Your Own Eight Week Fitness Plan.

In addition, Education to Go® offers instructor-facilitated online learning courses that are informative, affordable, fun, convenient and highly interactive. Participants may choose from topics such as Web design, business planning and personal development for these six-week courses. All courses are project oriented and include lessons, quizzes, hands-on assignments, discussion areas, supplementary links and more, which you may complete from your home or office at any time of the day or night.

Education to Go® courses information is available at www.ed2go.com/plymouth
For information on class times, locations and costs, or to inquire about teaching a course, please contact the Office of Graduate Studies and Community Outreach (603) 535-3151.

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