Cedarville’s Continuing Education office offers noncredit courses that can either enrich your education or provide continued learning in your field. Whether you want to learn a new skill for personal enjoyment or add to your knowledge of your current field, Continuing Education can help.
The EMS training courses give you fundamental skills and intense training to prepare you for the National Registry Exam. After completing the course and passing the NRE, you will be qualified to provide emergent care in a pre-hospital setting to your level of certification. Students enrolled at Cedarville may be awarded seven semester hours each toward general electives for EMT or three semester hours for AEMT certification by the registrar’s office when the certificate is presented.
Advanced EMT Course
Comparison of Skills
Noncredit enrichment course allow you to learn a new skill, either for personal enjoyment or to complement your education.
Defending Life Summer Institute
Beginning Sign Language
Continuing Education Units
Excellence in your chosen profession requires continuing education. If you are investigating courses for working professionals that fulfill CE/CEU requirements, you’ll be interested in what Cedarville University’s Continuing Education has to offer. Continuing education courses allow you to develop the skills you need to maintain an edge in your field. These noncredit courses help you keep abreast of new developments as well as meet your certification requirements.
In keeping with Cedarville's historic mission of offering an education consistent with biblical truth, these programs also include a strong emphasis on personal spiritual growth and integrating Scripture and truth.
Students from the community do not need to be enrolled at Cedarville University, but are asked to abide by the code of conduct while on campus. For further information on upcoming events, contact the appropriate academic department for details.
* Please note that continuing education credit cannot be used toward a graduate degree.