Resources for Companies
The need for a highly skilled, knowledge-driven workforce is more important than ever. To stay competitive, your company can enroll executives and employees in a variety of University of Michigan continuing education programs that are designed to keep professionals at the forefront of their fields through post-graduate coursework and mentoring. These programs are taught by experts in their field, providing executives with an applicable education that they can take and deploy in their organization.
The Michigan Online portal provides a one-stop site to find online courses and learning opportunities based on subjects. Offerings include U-M faculty led online courses through Coursera, short learning opportunities through Teach Outs, and course series that build to often result in a certificate or degree.
Through Michigan Online, alumni, students, staff, and faculty can earn University of Michigan individual course and series certificates offered by Michigan Online at no cost.
Degree and Certificate-Granting Options
The University offers numerous degree and certificate-granting options in a number of different disciplines. These programs can be customized to meet the specific needs of your company and its key decision makers.
- Cambridge Michigan Language Assessments
- Center for Occupational Health & Safety Engineering: Continuing Education
- Certificate in Current and Emerging Technologies
- Challenge Program
- College of Engineering: Integrative Systems and Design Foreign Language
- Tutor/Translator/Typist Services Medical School: Continuing Medical Education
- School of Public Health: Continuing Education
- School of Social Work: Continuing Professional Education
- Stephen M. Ross School of Business: Executive Education Center
- Tauber Institute for Global Operations
- U-M Dearborn: Engineering Professional Development
- U-M Flint: K-12 Professional Development & Continuing Education
- University of Michigan HRD Professional Development Programs
- William Davidson Institute: Executive Education