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Noncredit Courses & Programs

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Business skills and professional development

Enhance your business and professional skills to help land that new job or get ahead in your current career. At Northern Essex, you can earn a noncredit certificate or just take a single course.

Develop your abilities in areas such as accounting and bookkeeping, customer service, entrepreneurship, human resources, and more.

Advance your computer skills with these classes

Are you looking to upgrade your computer skills to improve your employment options or for your own personal computer use? From beginner to advanced, Northern Essex has many noncredit computer courses for you to choose from.

Topics include basic computers, Microsoft Office, Photoshop, web design and web hosting, and more.

Learn a new vocation or improve in your current one

If you are looking to acquire new job skills, receive training to remain current in your field, or prepare for industry-specific certifications, Northern Essex has something for you.

From teaching, home inspection, and bartending, to interior decorating, advanced manufacturing, and green training and certification, you are sure to find a program to fit your needs.

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Whether you are looking to explore a new language, develop your small business, or enroll in a variety of online courses, Northern Essex has noncredit courses on a variety of topics. You are sure to find a course of interest to you!

Experience cultural, intellectual and educational growth through our Life Long Learning and College of Older Learners (CoOL) programs. You can meet new people, attend weekly lectures, go on trips, or take in-depth courses of study.


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View our online catalog, manage your schedule, and sign up for classes.
Find out all the ways you can register in the Registration FAQ.

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Pathways to credit

Some noncredit classes can count towards earning a certificate or degree.

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