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Continuing Education

Continuing Education classes at Parsons offer students a window into new worlds, challenges to the traditional divisions between art and design disciplines, forums in which to make new friends, and launchpads for newly defined careers.

Now offering several six-week courses in Business Basics and Portfolio Development, available in each of our areas of study.

TAKE CLASSES IN THE EVENING OR ON THE WEEKEND

Our nondegree courses are open to all students, regardless of their level of experience. Working artists and designers are encouraged to consider Continuing Education as a means of learning new technologies and developing game-changing concepts in their fields. For the professional prepared to make the leap into design, Parsons Continuing Education courses can be a preliminary step toward a career change. These courses allow you to sample a new art or design discipline before deciding to enroll in one of our CE Certificate Programs or move on to an Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degree in Fashion Design, Fashion Marketing, Graphic Design, or Interior Design here at Parsons.

FALL 2015 INFORMATION SESSION

**DATE CHANGE**

Tuesday, August 18, 2015, 6:00–7:30 p.m.

Kellen Auditorium, Sheila C. Johnson Design Center
66 Fifth Avenue (between 12th and 13th Streets), lobby, New York City

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SCHEDULE

Continuing Education

Fall 2015 Dates

August 31 - Online classes begin

September 15 - On-campus classes begin

Continuing Education Online

Fall 2015 Online Session Dates

Five-week sessions: August 31–October 2 and October 12–November 13

Nine-week sessions: August 31–October 30 and October 12–December 22 

Registration for fall 2015 opens on Monday, July 20, at 10:00 a.m.

COURSES

Parsons Continuing Education offers a large selection of nondegree courses each term. Classes can be taken for credit or on a noncredit basis, on campus or online. Disciplines include Digital Design, Fashion Business, Fashion Design,  Fine Arts, Graphic Design, Interior and Architectural Design Studies, and Photography.

For those seeking more structure, noncredit certificate programs are also offered in each area of study.