Non-credit Courses & Programs

Continuing Education (CE) at FIU offers a distinctive array of resources to simplify that important next step. With us as your education partner, achieving your goals is well within reach. CE serves diverse constituencies and provides excellence and value through its personal enrichment, academic and professional programs, both locally and globally.

Visit the websites below to learn more about non-credit programs. Contact their offices directly to request information and enroll.

  • Center for Labor Research and Studies

    The mission of the center is to develop knowledge about the changing nature of work, workers, and their organizations and to make that knowledge available to working men and women throughout the State of Florida. The center achieves this by offering a variety of courses, research and educational services for workers, the community and their organizations based upon their needs. The center serves students, faculty, and administrators throughout the state university system, as well as labor, business, community organizations, academics, policy markers, and journalists nationally and internationally through a series of diverse activities.

    To find out more information, visit: Center for Labor Research and Studies

  • Center for Leadership

    At the Center for Leadership, we are dedicated to exploring leadership thought and practice through continuous research, providing opportunities for leaders to develop keen self-insight, and teaching leadership competencies that will equip them to meaningfully transform their organizations and their societies. Through our research, executive development programs, and community engagement opportunities, we are building better leaders for a better world.

    For their upcoming programs and events visit 

  • FIU Online

    Realize your Potential and update your skills to stay competitive in your field.  Visit FIU Online and see what non-credit courses were designed to get you hired today!

    Visit: Short Format Skills

  • English Language Institute (ELI)

    At the institute, our mission is to provide English language instruction to all individuals who chose English for academic or professional pursuits. We set standards of excellence in innovative curriculum design, teaching, professional development, and cross-cultural training to provide you with quality education.

    To find out more information, visit: English Language Institute

  • Legal Studies Institute (LSI)

    What makes the institute most unique is that classes are taught at the FIU College of Law. You will have access to the FIU Law Library along with current law students. Our distinguished faculty are legal professionals in the community including current and former judges, private practitioners, assistant state attorneys and public defenders. Students complete the program with sound legal knowledge, the ability to think critically and the proficiency to start a successful legal career.

    To find out more information, visit: Legal Studies Institute

  • Lifelong Learning

    The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute offers programming year-round for members of the community who are at least 50 years of age. Our mission is to promote continued personal growth and education throughout our later years. Come have coffee and converse with friends. Stay engaged with cultural events, tours and personal non-credit enrichment courses in diverse topics.

  • StartUP FIU

    StartUP FIU Local is a program that helps local small businesses grow their companies. We do this by forging strong community partnerships and delivering comprehensive, inclusive education tailored to small business entrepreneurs.

    Find out more by visiting