To achieve our vision of developing industry professionals and community leaders who will make a difference in their communities through thoughtful innovation and collaboration, Continuing Education accepts proposals for new programming from academic departments, institutional partners, and the community.
There is a lot of flexibility in the kinds of programming we can offer – academic, non-credit, CEU, online, face-to-face – but we need skilled subject matter experts to develop and lead it. On this page, you’ll find all the information you need to turn your ideas into quality programming at PLU. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us at email@example.com.
Organizations and PLU departments who already have developed their own programming and are seeking OSPI clock hours or other CE credits can submit a CE Credit Request Form instead.
Who Should Propose?
Any subject matter expert, including:
- PLU faculty
- PLU staffꜞ
- PLU alumni
- Independent consultants
- Outside organizations
- Experienced professionals
What Proposals are Accepted?
- Individual courses
- Full programs
- One-day workshops
- Conferences and events
- Certifications and exam prep
- Online courses
What You'll Need
At a minimum, you’ll need to provide:
- Course/program title
- Course/program description
- Estimated number of contact hours
- Delivery mode
- Who is the audience and how this program fits in at PLU
For a more detailed description of what we expect, please check out this quick Proposal Reference Sheet.
ꜞExempt staff must gain approval from their supervisor(s) in order to teach with Continuing Education. For existing CE courses, this approval can be gained via email. For new courses/programs, approval will be built into the course approval process.
*Provost approval only required for academic credit-bearing courses and courses that involve a significant amount of university resources. All other approvals go through GPCE and another relevant department.