Drury University announced new options for students starting this fall.
The University’s College of Continuing Professional Studies will offer two new programs for students: credentials and professional enrichment programs.
“We’re pleased to offer more options that meet people where they are and that can help quickly boost the area’s workforce needs,” Kimbrea Browning, executive vice president of enrollment and operations for adult and online education, said in a statement.
The 12 to 18 hour class blocks are designed to customize bachelor’s degrees with a focused area of study. The credential is noted on the student’s transcript. The credentials being offered are project management, corporate conflict resolution, child and adolescent development, and international conflict.
The non-degree programs aim to help students get practical training to seek employment in a variety of fields. The non-degree programs starting in the fall include Clinical Medical Assistant, Pharmacy Technician, Computer Technician CompTIA A+, Dental Assistant, Phlebotomy Technician, and Medical Administrative Assistant.
More information on all the programs can be found on Drury’s website.