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About ECE

Emory Continuing Education's (ECE) mission is to enrich the lives and enhance the careers of non-traditional students by providing excellence in education, advancing Emory's commitment to create, preserve, teach, and apply knowledge.

About Emory Continuing Education

For nearly 70 years, ECE has served as the university’s noncredit division, with thousands of student enrollments each year from the metro Atlanta community and beyond. ECE offers a wide range of certificate programs and open enrollment courses (including fully online and hybrid options) for both professional development and personal enrichment. Areas of focus include emerging technologies – artificial and business intelligence, big data, and cybersecurity – as well as management fundamentals, information technology (IT) and graphic design, communications, Human Resource (HR) and project management, lean six sigma, academic and professional test preparation, health coach, English as a Second Language (ESL), and many more.

ECE’s Corporate Learning unit customizes course curricula and delivers both individual classes and comprehensive learning tracks directly onsite to a variety of clients across the country, including Fortune 100 companies, nonprofits, and school systems.

The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at Emory extends lifelong learning via courses designed for adults ages 50+ who wish to stay mentally and physically active. The program boasts more than 1,300 current members while offering educational, cultural, and social programs that nourish the mind, body, and soul.

Explore Areas of Study
Interactive Classroom Experience
Critical Skills for Business

Locations

Executive Park

Most ECE courses are held at 6 Executive Park Dr.

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Emory Campus

Select courses and programs are held on Emory's main campus in the School of Nursing.

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ECE Online

ECE offers some of its courses and programs online.

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