Noncredit Class Schedule
Your options as a noncredit student
- Career Education
- Community Education
- Prior Learning Assessment
- Employer/Association Request
Career classes are offered to noncredit students by securing a noncredit seat in the credit classroom. Review the current matched schedule. If you don't find the course you are looking for, review the credit schedule of classes for a topic that prepares you for a job, improves skills, or maintains professional credentials and call 206-6354 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with the credit subject, course number and CRN.
Options for enrollment include the traditional classroom as well as instructor-led online classes.
As the College is building it's Centers of Excellence in support of those seeking to improve their knowledge and skills for employment and for employers seeking to grow their business, personal interest classes are being referred to community partners. The Town of Marana currently is offering art, music, and language classes in partnership with Pima Community College, Community Education. Tucson's Jewish Community Center often carries Pima programming in its schedule of classes.
Prior Learning Assessment
If you are interested in completing a degree and want the experience and knowledge you have gained outside the classroom to be evaluated, contact your program of study. Within each program area, there is a list of courses that can be converted to credit if they were taken as a noncredit student. Workforce & Continuing Education has set these courses up to match identically to the credit course. The learning takes place within the credit classroom with grade of pass/fail. Students may also want to complete a Portfolio where they demonstrate the course learning objectives have been met through a wide variety of options. To learn more, register for UPLA 100 Portfolio Orientation, an 8 week, instructor guided, self-paced online course. Sections begin every 8 weeks August through February.
Call 206-6468 to register for UPLA 100 Portfolio Orientation.
Course by Design
Workforce & Continuing Education will create classes for your association, workplace, school, or club. Call Jessica for more information: 206-6473.
NEW Fitness Options - Spring 2019
Build speed, agility, finesse, power, endurance and mental toughness as your body becomes conditioned. Students learn body movement, punching technique and defense tips. Six week sessions, West Campus B101, Thursday evening 6:30 - 8:00 p .m. and Saturday morning 8:00 - 9:30 a.m. January 10 - February 16 (CRN 70877) or February 28 - April 13 (CRN70878). $55.00
Easy to learn, easy to set up, inexpensive to play and provides a great workout! Described as a variation of tennis and badminton played with paddles on a shortened court. Students will learn single play and team rules of play, key fundamentals of stroke development and game management. Six week sessions, West Campus Tennis Courts, Monday and Wednesday January 21 - February 27, 8:00 - 10:00 a.m. (CRN 70889) or 10:00 - noon (CRN 70890); March 4 - April 17, 8:00 - 10:00 a.m. (CRN 70891) or 10:00 a.m. - noon (CRN70892).
Call 206-6468 to Register. Six week sessions $55.00
Required to take Traffic Survival School?
Pima offers convenient Traffic Survival School classes to fit your busy schedule. Call 206-2744 for more information.