UMD Continuing Education Units

UMD Continuing Education Units (CEUs)

Offer a credential that increasingly has become recognized as validation of special skills and knowledge. UMD Continuing Education Units (UMD CEUs) are granted for the successful completion of pre-approved non-credit continuing education employee development programs. To signify completion, participants receive a Certificate of Completion which is valid for any organization that recognizes UMD CEUs. 

To offer UMD CEUs, University affiliated and non-affiliated organizations must:

  1. Download and read the CEU Guidelines.
  2. Complete the CEU Request Form.

Below is a listing of affiliated and non-affiliated clients who have awarded UMD-CEUs as an added value to their employee development programs.

  • Air & Waste Management Association, sponsored through the A. James Clark School of Engineering
  • Center for Advanced Life Cycle Engineering (CALCE), A. James Clark School of Engineering
  • Center for Advanced Transportation Technology (CATT), A. James Clark School of Engineering
  • Consortium for ITS Training and Education (CITE), A. James Clark School of Engineering
  • Department of Mechanical Engineering, A. James Clark School of Engineering
  • Edison Electric Institute & ICF International, sponsored through the A. James Clark School of Engineering
  • AED Professional Development & Diversity, Center for Leadership and Organizational Change
  • Cooperative Extension & Family Science, College of Agriculture & Natural Resources
  • Joint Institute for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition (JIFSAN), College of Agriculture & Natural Resources
  • University of Maryland Extension, College of Agriculture & Natural Resources
  • Department of Classics, College of Arts & Humanities
  • National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism (START), College of Behavioral and Social Sciences
  • Center for Young Children, College of Education
  • Instructional Consultation Teams, College of Education
  • TESOL International Association, sponsored through the College of Education
  • Professional Education Programs, College of Information Studies
  • Center for Teaching Excellence (CTE), Office of Undergraduate Studies
  • Department of Behavioral and Community Health, School of Public Health
  • Food and Drug Administration (FDA), sponsored through the School of Public Health
  • Maryland Highway Safety Office (DUI), sponsored through the School of Public Health
  • Office of Executive Programs, School of Public Policy

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