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Continuing Education Division

The Continuing Education Unit Beaufort County Community College, through its Continuing Education Division, offers many noncredit courses for which Continuing Education Units (CEU’s) may be awarded. The Continuing Education Unit (CEU) was designed to recognize and record individual participation in non-traditional courses and activities. The Continuing Education Unit was adopted to provide a method of accumulating a uniform record available for future reference. Continuing Education Units (CEU’s) are awarded upon completion of all non-degree occupational training courses offered by the College. These courses are planned and recorded according to the Continuing Education Unit: Criteria and Guidelines. The planning of courses awarding CEU’s includes developing the course as a planned educational experience and having the course approved by the appropriate individuals and/or organizations. All occupational courses must be approved by the North Carolina Community College System and listed on the Master Course Listing. At BCCC, one CEU is awarded for each ten- c o n t a c t hours of participation. Continuing Education Units are designed only to provide a standard of measurement and cannot be changed into credit hours. Continuing Education classes are developed in response to an identified community need. The instructor for each course submits to the Continuing Education Division a course outline containing content, methodology, and objectives. The Continuing Education Division is responsible for all courses for which CEU’s are earned. The number of CEU’s is clearly identified prior to course advertisement and registration

Volume 34

BCCC General Catalog 2013-2014


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