Jun 15, 2024  
2023-2024 Catalog 
2023-2024 Catalog

Continuing Education/ Noncredit Offerings

Office of Continuing and Professional Education

The Office of Continuing and Professional Education offers a variety of noncredit courses throughout the year. These courses are designed for professional growth and personal enrichment and include topics ranging from technology training and business to fitness and the arts.

Continuing and Professional Education also provides driving programs in cooperation with the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles.

Courses are scheduled for days, evenings, and weekends.

Development Center for Business (DCB)

The Development Center for Business (DCB) offers continuing education for business professionals in the areas of management, computer skills, healthcare, office skills, and technical topics. Opportunities for licensure and recertification are available for a variety of professions.

DCB also provides customized employee training programs for local employers. Since 1982, the Center has been a training provider for local businesses, manufacturers, and nonprofit organizations in the areas of human resources, computer, and management training. Designed to meet company-specified needs, programs are flexible in regard to location and hours. More information is available here. 

SCORE Counselors to Small Businesses

SCORE provides confidential counseling to prospective business owners, those already in business, nonprofit organizations, and any persons or groups who need business-related information. SCORE’s entrepreneurial staff provides these community services without charge, with an emphasis on business planning. SCORE receives its support locally from SUNY Ulster and the Ulster County Chamber of Commerce. SCORE is also known as the volunteer arm of the U.S. Small Business Administration.

Workshops on topics related to business start-up are developed and conducted by SCORE members, and are regularly offered to the general public for a fee.  Speakers generally include experts from the community. For more information, visit us at  www.ulster.score.org or call 845 339-0468. 

Small Business Development Center (SBDC)

The Mid-Hudson Small Business Development Center (SBDC) provides free, confidential consulting services for existing businesses and start-up entrepreneurs, and is funded by the federal government, SUNY Ulster and other sponsors. The SBDC also serves the Mid-Hudson region from satellite offices located throughout the Hudson Valley region. More information is available here.