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Noncredit Class Schedule

Continuing Education courses are scheduled at locations near you.  Effective Fall, 2017 the  Tucson Jewish Community Center has been added as a partner for Community Education classes.  Look for Tucson J Collaboration with Pima Community College to register for art, poker, guitar, study tours ... and more!  If you have questions call Barbara at 520-299-3000 X236 or Maggie at 520-206-6354.


Classes are offered for ages 4 to 104, daytime and evening, weekdays and weekend, online or in a classroom, and in self-paced or instructor-led formats. 

Find classes that interest you

For more information about our current Schedule of Classes, contact or call (520) 206-6579.

Cover of the Spring 2017 Continuing Education (noncredit) class schedule


2017 Continuing Education class schedule

Yoga Teacher Training

Want to make Yoga your career? Complete 200 hours of training this fall and earn your 200-RYT (Registered Yoga Teacher) certificate through Yoga Alliance. 

Already a Yoga Teacher? 300 hours Advanced Therapeutic Yoga Teacher Training begins Spring, 2018.

Need Continuing Education Units? Earn 5.5 CEU for with advanced study in any one of four areas: functional yoga therapy, psychosocial and emotional, the subtle body or teaching yoga to special populations.

Want a course at your location?

Continuing Education will create classes for your association, workplace, school, or club.  Call for more information:  206-6354

Required to take Traffic Survival School?

Pima offers convenient Traffic Survival School classes to fit your busy schedule.

Extensive selection of online classes

We have a great variety of convenient, high-quality online classes offered monthly. Learn what online classes are available and try an online class for FREE.

Pima Community College Continuing Education, in partnership with Ed2go, offers busy people a flexible and convenient way to learn. Our non-credit online course solutions allow you to choose from hundreds of courses in a variety of subjects. These non-credit courses do not transfer as credit for PCC degrees.