Online Offerings

Non-Credit Online Courses

SUNY Adirondack Continuing Education offers three types of online courses, listed below. To be successful in these courses, students should have basic computer skills and familiarity with using the internet. Some courses require regular logins, whereas others are self-paced. Either type allows students more flexibility to complete the course materials at times and places where it is convenient for them.

  • Ed2go courses for personal enrichment or professional development
  • Ed2go online certificate programs
  • Online & hybrid classes using the Angel course management system

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 www.Ed2go.com/adirondack.

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 careertraining.Ed2go.com/adirondack for a full listing of online certificate programs offered through Ed2go.

Online & Hybrid Classes Using the Blackboard Course Management System

Each semester, the Office of Continuing Education offers online and hybrid courses (face-to-face courses with an online component).

The course description will indicate which type of online course it is. After registering for one of these courses, students will be contacted by email about how to access the Blackboard course management system.