College Continuing Education Division To Hold Open House

A Union County College classroom by Tomwsulcer via Wikimedia Commons

A Union County College classroom by Tomwsulcer via Wikimedia Commons

CRANFORD – Union County College’s Division of Continuing Education will be hosting an open house on the college’s Cranford campus on Saturday, Sept. 15, from 10 a.m. – noon. This open house will allow prospective students to learn more about non-credit fall classes for professional development or personal enrichment and ask questions to class instructors and program staff.

The school offers more than 50 certificate programs in fields such as business, allied health, computers, interior design, childcare, real estate, education, and more. Many of these certificate programs can be completed in less than a year. A new certificate program in Mobile Marketing will teach students about the fast-growing mobile market. This class will be offered online through UGotClass and Union County College. Another new program in Marketing Fundamentals will teach students key marketing concepts and how to address new challenges in the marketplace. A third new certificate program, in CCNA Security, helps students prepare for entry-level to wide area network security career opportunities. It also prepares students for the CCNA security certification.

The college is also offering a wide range of personal enrichment courses, from cooking to fitness, and how to use your iPad, Mac computer, and Android-operated devices. Several new seasonal cooking classes will also be offered including a class on Thanksgiving Sides, Cooking from the Farmer’s Market, and Vegan Burgers and Sides.

The Open House will be held in the Richel Student Commons on the college’s Cranford campus, located at 1033 Springfield Avenue in Cranford. For more information, call 1-908-709-7600. To see the full fall program brochure, visit

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