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[DOC] Structure of the US Education System: Continuing Education Units ... International Affairs Office, U.S. Department of Education Feb 2008 [link removed]

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Structure of the U.S. Education System:

Continuing Education Units (CEU)

Continuing education units, or CEUs, are awarded by many education and training providers to signify successful completion of non-credit programs and courses intended to improve the knowledge and skills of working adults. Among the most common uses of CEUs are to record refresher, transitional, or knowledge improvement accomplishments for professional workers undergoing what is called continuing professional education.

The typical CEU represents approximately ten (10) contact hours of experience in a structured continuing education experience (class, seminar, retreat, practicum, self-study, etc.) that is supervised in some way by a qualified continuing education provider. <...See More
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Students completing a course for CEUs may later apply to have the course counted for regular semester-hour college credit. If converted to college credit, the course may then be counted toward requirements for a certificate or a degree. Students who wish ...See More
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