As the continuing education arm of the Cockrell School of Engineering, CLEE offers courses that qualify for continuing educations units, as well as certificates of completion for some continuing education courses and certificate programs.
A Continuing Education Unit (CEU) is a nationally recognized unit for measuring participation in noncredit continuing education programs. As a continuing education provider, CLEE may grant CEUs to students completing a recognized continuing education course, and the maximum CEU value, if applicable, for each course can be found on the Course Info tab from Step 1 of the Registration Instructions. CEUs, where applicable, are granted based on contact hours, and one-tenth (0.1) CEU is awarded for every hour of course work. For onsite course, contact hours are verified through sign-in sheets and the completion of course deliverables. For online courses, contact hours are verified through the logs of the course content delivery system and completion of course deliverables.
CEUs are not granted for courses which earn credit toward a University degree.
At this time it is the student's responsibility to submit the application to count a course's CEUs for credit with a particular organization, group, or employer. At the student's request, CLEE will provide documentation to support the student's application, including but not limited to:
- course agenda or syllabus
- instructors vita
- CEU letter
- certificate of completion