• Workforce and career needs are always changing, especially during these recent times. UNLV Continuing Education works to address these needs by adding new programs that will aid you in your current career or a potential new career path. Many of these fields need qualified and skilled candidates to fill job vacancies. New skills and certifications can take you further and expand your options.

  • Starting Oct. 4, 2021, the drive-thru COVID-19 testing and vaccination site operating in the parking lot of UNLV’s Stan Fulton Building will relocate to the parking lot of the university’s Paradise Campus. The Stan Fulton site will close following normal operating hours on Sept. 30.

  • LAS VEGAS –September 15, 2021 – The University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) is expanding its partnership with ThriveDX (formerly HackerU) with the launch of three new career-prep bootcamps in UI/UX design, software development, and data science and analytics. These live, online training programs will help to decrease the region’s growing digital skills gap and provide accelerated learning opportunities for those looking to transition into the tech workforce. 

     

  • LAS VEGAS, NV., April 13, 2021 -- University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) and HackerU are partnering to launch an accelerated professional bootcamp designed to help individuals of all backgrounds and experience levels prepare for a career in digital marketing. The immersive, non-credit program is taught by industry experts and focuses on building in-demand skills employers are searching for in qualified marketing candidates.

  • The latest UNLV Continuing Education catalog is now available to view online and classes are open for registration. Print catalogs will begin arriving at mailboxes the week of April12.

    Continuing Education is offering a strong mix of both in person and online classes for summer, in line with the rest of the university. 

  • LAS VEGAS, NV., Jan. 25, 2021  The University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) is partnering with global cybersecurity education leader, HackerU, to launch a part-time Cybersecurity Bootcamp.

  • UNLV Continuing Education is always looking for new programs to address our community's need for an educated, prepared workforce. With the pandemic taking a toll on Las Vegas' world-renowned tourism and hospitality industries, we are fielding inquiries from many of you who are curious about career change opportunities.

  • Vice Provost Joe Miera and Director of Program Development Heidi Erpelding-Welch are joined by Nicholle Pendergraft to discuss Continuing Education on the "Let's Talk UNLV" podcast .

  • You will meet great people from all walks of life looking for a new career.-Carola Anderson, Certified Legal Interpreter 

    Carola Anderson brought her human resources degree to Las Vegas about ten years ago so she could work with her husband in the family business. As the years passed, she pondered a career change. 

  • UNLV Continuing Education is kicking off 2020 with a revised (and vastly improved!) policy on staff and alumni discounts.

    Beginning with spring 2020 classes UNLV staff will receive a standard 15 percent discount on professional development classes and 5 percent off personal enrichment classes. Alumni will receive 5 percent off both professional development and personal enrichment classes. In the past, discounts for staff and alumni were determined on an individual class basis; the new policy standardizes the discounts with very few exceptions.