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Remote Learning at ECE

Update: April 13, 2020

Stay Sharp

ECE has already converted a number of our most popular traditional classroom courses and programs to an online format via Zoom, and we’ll continue to offer additional options regularly. With ECE, you can sharpen your skills and develop your talents whether you're in Atlanta or Anchorage.

Some of the rescheduled courses are listed below -- if a course is part of a certificate program that you wish to pursue, please contact that program’s advisor regarding the schedule of related core/elective courses.

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Apprehensive about taking an online course? See what our students have to say:

I appreciate this course being moved online so that I can complete this portion of my yearly performance goal! ECE did an excellent job of setting up the courses under a short time frame.

This course was amazing. The instructor and moderator both did an incredible job and [have] really given me the drive to look into a lot more classes in this system and with this instructor!

I enjoyed the online class. It was very convenient, and I still felt the classroom presence. The instructor was very knowledgeable, and I will be using what I learned for personal development.

Stay Tuned

ECE is currently planning and building educational platforms with an eye towards the evolution of both online and traditional student pathways. We're continuing to provide superior instruction while creating exceptional learning experiences. Keep an eye out for announcements soon about more new programs to help you stay skilled and marketable during this time of uncertainty and beyond.

Thank you for catching up with us. If you want to learn more about online learning at Emory Continuing Education, you can check out our help page for Zoom, the best video conferencing platform available today.

We look forward to seeing you back in class soon!


We encourage everyone to take the following precautions as recommended by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) to protect yourself and those around you:

  • Wash your hands frequently with soap and water. Use hand sanitizer if soap and water are not available.
  • Stay home when you are sick and seek medical attention if symptoms worsen.
  • Avoid close contact with those who are sick.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.
  • Cover your mouth when coughing or sneezing.
  • Clean and disinfect surfaces.
  • Get a flu shot if you have not already.