Continuing Education Catalog

Register online! To sign up for Continuing Education courses, fill out our Registration Request Form.

  • Proof of a full course of COVID-19 vaccination is required to register for on-campus, in-person, non-credit classes at SUNY Adirondack's Queensbury campus, SUNY Adirondack Saratoga or the Culinary Arts Center in downtown Glens Falls. Boosters are strongly encouraged. See our registration page for details.
  • Some non-credit courses are held completely or partially online using Zoom or other online platforms. To be successful with these courses, students should have basic computer skills and a familiarity with using the internet. Some courses require regular logins, and others are self-paced. The course description will indicate which type of online course it is and which online platform(s) will be used.



SUNY Adirondack is proud to offer Adobe certification exam services! Whether you’re a student or a professional, Adobe Certified Associate (ACA) certifications can give you the edge you need on your resume by adding an industry-recognized credential. Exams currently offered include:
  • Visual Communication using Adobe Photoshop®
  • Video Communication using Adobe Premiere® Pro
  • Graphic Design & Illustration using Adobe Illustrator®
  • Print & Digital Media Publication using Adobe InDesign®
  • Visual Effects & Motion Graphics using Adobe After Effects®
  • Multiplatform Animation using Adobe Animate CC®
Contact the Office of Continuing Education at 518.743.2238 or to schedule a certification exam and to find out more information about options and pricing. Please plan to discuss the exam(s) in which you are interested, the software you’re using, your timeframe for taking the exam(s) and whether you have a voucher for the exam(s).
Interested in online courses in Adobe, Excel and other software?

View SUNY Adirondack Ed2Go courses on the Ed2go website, and search on-demand courses by title, topic, dates available or version.




Ed2go Courses for Personal Enrichment or Workforce Development
Through an online learning platform called Ed2go, the Office of Continuing Education offers a wealth of quick and convenient non-credit personal enrichment and workforce development courses. Subjects include accounting, business, computer applications, healthcare, foreign language, creative writing and more. A full listing of these Ed2go courses can be found at Registration and payment are directly through Ed2go at the same link.
Ed2go Online Certificate Programs
Non-credit, online career training certificate programs offered through Ed2go will help you prepare for industry certification, start a new career or develop skills to expand your study in a credit-bearing academic program. These programs allow a student to start anytime and are generally completed within six months to one year with in-depth study. All learning materials are provided. Personal instructor assistance is provided along with a certificate of completion with a passing grade. Please see for a full listing of online certificate programs offered through Ed2go. Registration and payment are directly through Ed2go at the same link.


Paralegal Certificate Course — Online
Start dates offered throughout 2022
This 14-week online program, which includes a 7-week Paralegal I class and a 7-week Paralegal II class, is designed for beginning or advanced legal workers. Students will be trained to assist trial attorneys, interview witnesses, investigate complex fact patterns, research the law, prepare legal documents and assist in preparing cases for courtroom litigation. For more information, visit the Center for Legal Studies website. Books and materials must be purchased separately by contacting the Center for Legal Studies at or by phone at 1-800-522-7737.
Please note: This course has its own withdrawal and student liability policy; see the Center for Legal Studies course policies webpage for details.
Instructor: Center for Legal Studies
Price: $1,895, plus materials (Books and materials for the course must be purchased separately from the Center for Legal Studies. Estimated cost for books and access to the Westlaw Legal Research Database is approximately $521.)

Basic Operations for Wastewater Treatment Plants
Sept. 13 to Nov. 17
Tuesdays & Thursdays | 6 to 9 p.m. | Queensbury campus & Glens Falls Wastewater Treatment Plant
Participants in this 20-session course will experience a broad introduction and overview of wastewater treatment operations, excluding activated sludge (a separate course typically offered in the spring semester). Successful completion of a training course and course exam is required as part of the qualification process to take the New York State certification examinations. This is not intended to be an exam review course, and completing it cannot ensure successful completion of the certification exams. The course outline will follow the New York State DEC’s “Curricula Guide for WWTP Operator Certification Training — Basic Operations Course” and is also approved for credit toward recertification of a wastewater operator license.
Please note:
  • The course session at the Glens Falls Wastewater Treatment Plant occurs Tuesday, Sept. 27.
  • Attendance at all sessions and completion of all required course activities and the exam are required.
Required textbooks: The following textbooks are required for the course. Students who do not have these textbooks already must purchase their own copies before the first class.
  • “Operation of Wastewater Treatment Plants”, Vol. 1, 8th Edition, published in 2019 (available through the Office of Water Programs, Sacramento State)
  • “Operation of Wastewater Treatment Plants”, Vol. 2, 7th Edition, published in 2007 (available through the Office of Water Programs, Sacramento State)
Instructor: Lawrence Glasheen, NYS 4A WWTP
Price: $800
CRN: 10019


SUNY Adirondack Continuing Education has partnered with the Learning Resources Network (LERN) to offer several UGotClass online professional development certificates and courses. Learn about negotiation, data analysis, digital marketing, video marketing or social media for business. Learn more information about UGotClass and register online here.
  • The Basics of Bookkeeping
  • Negotiation: Get What You Want
  • Certificate in Data Analysis
  • SQL Certificate
  • Digital Marketing Certificate
  • Google Analytics Certificate
  • Mastering Video Marketing Certificate
  • Social Media for Business Certificate

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Five-Hour Pre-Licensing Course
  • Monday, Aug. 15 from 5 to 10 p.m. (CRN: 70003) (registration has closed for this course)
  • Monday, Oct. 10 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. (CRN: 10025), or
  • Monday, Nov. 7 from 5 to 10 p.m. (CRN: 10026), or
  • Monday, Dec. 5 from 5 to 10 p.m. (CRN: 10027)

This five-hour pre-licensing course is required by the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles for all applicants who want to take a road test for a driver’s license. A MV-278 completion certificate needed for road test appointments will be issued at the conclusion of this class.

Please note: A New York State Learner’s Permit (photo ID) is required. Students should join the class 15 minutes early. Class starts promptly at the scheduled time. Students must have their cameras on at all times during the course; the instructor must be able to see each student to confirm attendance for the duration of the class. Preregistration is required through Continuing Education. Please use the Five-Hour Pre-Licensing Course Registration Form here to preregister for this class.
Instructor: Bell’s Driving School
Price: $55
CRN: 70003



Cardio and Strength Circuit
Tuesdays & Thursdays | 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. | Queensbury campus
  • June 28 to Aug. 4 – CRN: 70004 – Price: $82
  • Aug. 9 to 30 – CRN: 70005 – Price $49
Are you looking to protect your bone health and muscle mass, be stronger and fitter, develop better body mechanics, play a role in preventing diseases and relieve your stress? If so, then this is the class for you! Every week you will be challenged by working on all your different muscle groups. You will be personally instructed every step of the way. The class offers low-, medium- and high-intensity options for men and women of all age groups. All fitness levels are welcome, and no experience is required. Join in on the fun!
Students should wear comfortable clothes and good sneakers, and bring water and a mat.
Instructor: Leesa Stiller
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Continuing Education is pleased to present “Friday Freebies,” a series of online, no-cost, half-hour courses offered through Zoom for fun and personal enrichment. We are currently in the process of scheduling future sessions.
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Back for its 19th season, the motorcycle program at SUNY Adirondack offers weekend and midweek classes that run April through October.
All registrations for motorcycle classes are done online. Log onto, or call 518-668-5589 for more information. Motorcycle classes are taught by the experienced RiderCoaches at Adirondacks and Beyond Motorcycle Safety LLC.
Basic RiderCourse (BRC I For License Waiver)
This course is for students 16 years of age or older. The Basic RiderCourse is for entry-level riders and returning riders whose skills are a bit rusty. Learn the basics of motorcycle operation with patient, professional RiderCoaches. Motorcycles are provided, but students should provide their own helmets. This class has an online component, plus classroom and riding components. Successful completion of this class entitles the student to a NYS motorcycle road test waiver — meaning no DMV riding test is required.
NYS licensed drivers who successfully complete this course do not have to take the motorcycle road test at the DMV. Active military or those from out of state need only their military ID or state of residence driver’s license.
A valid driver’s license is required to take this course. Students have the option of obtaining their NYS motorcycle learner’s permit before coming to class or after they complete the course. Students should be able to ride a bicycle and must provide their own helmets.
Price: $310
Basic RiderCourse II (BRC II for License Waiver)
This one-day course is for those riders who have experience and/ or have been riding for years on a learner’s permit; this is NOT a course for beginners. Students are expected to be able to adequately control a motorcycle in a safe manner conducive to legal street riding. Completion of an online component is required before the classroom and riding component. Successful completion of the online element and the riding skills test earns a Course Completion Card, which acts as a road test waiver at the DMV. It’s a great way to finally get licensed!
NYS licensed drivers who successfully complete this course do not have to take the motorcycle road test at the DMV. Active military or those from out of state need only their military ID or state of residence driver’s license.
Students must be 18 years of age or older, with a valid NYS driver’s license and a NYS motorcycle permit. Students must bring and use their own street-legal motorcycles and helmets for this class.
Price: $260