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Community and Continuing Education

Overview

Community and Continuing Education non-credit programs reflect the latest industry and real-world development trends and offer exciting learning opportunities for our diverse community. These non-credit classes focus on students' specific interests, and allow them to reach a personal goal, whether that is employment, entertainment, or social engagement, in a short amount of time.

 

Community Education programs target students who are looking to develop their interests and hobbies, like Ceramics, Yoga, or Auto Maintenance. Morton College offers a review class for the college placement test, Summer STEAM and sport programs for young learners and Skills for Daily Living program for adults with mild to moderate intellectual disabilities.

 

Continuing Education program offers non-credit certificates for job seekers in industries with high-demand positions, including Healthcare, Hospitality, and Logistics & Transportation.  Students who earn an employer-recognized certificate are much more likely to find steady employment in the industry of their choice. The certificate courses are also for professionals already working in the field who are looking to advance their careers.

Registration

In person: Admissions & Records Office, Building B 1st floor

 

Online: http://web-adv.morton.edu Select Community Service Self-Service. Insert Course Code.

 

For more information and course details contact:  Irina Cline, Director of Community & Continuing Education irina.cline@morton.edu I continuing.education@morton.edu I 708.656.8000 X 2383

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Non-Credit Courses

Continuing education and online courses offer professionals opportunities for skill-building and skill-enhancement that fit their preferred learning styles and work schedules.

Healthcare Occupation Training

Pharmacy Technician  (HCR 001)
As a certified pharmacy technician, you are the liaison between medical professionals, doctors, pharmacists, insurance companies and patients. You will receive and verify prescriptions and prepare patient medication.

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Veterinary Assistant  (VET 001)
If you love working with animals, take the first step towards a new career in the veterinary field with MK Education’s Veterinary Assistant Program.

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Basic Life Support (BLS)/ Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)  (HCE 001, HCE 002)

Similar course available online at careertraining.ed2go.com/Morton

Career Training

Food Service Sanitation Certification  (FSS 001)

Forklift Operator Training  (MEC 002 )

Fitness

Yoga  (FIT 001)

Modern Dance  (FIT 003)

Language and Academic Preparation

Spanish Basics  (LAN 002)

ACCUPLACER Review for Language Arts  (TST 002)

ACCUPLACER Review for Mathematics  (TST 003)

Personal Development

Auto Maintenance  (MEC 001)

Ceramics  (CFT 002)

Computer Basics (TEC 001) and Intermediate Computer (TEC 002)

Special Needs Programming

Skills for Daily Living  (SND 004)

Programs for Young Learners

Coding with Scratch  (TEC 004)

STEAMers Camp  (CMP 001)

Youth Basketball Clinic  (CMP 009)

Non-Credit Online Courses

Morton College's online courses make it possible for students to earn college credit through flexible nontraditional classes. Busy professionals, individuals with family responsibilities and people with challenging schedules can benefit from online learning. These courses enable students and professors to communicate electronically using nontraditional formats such as audio and video, email, live chat sessions, teleconferencing and more.

All courses cover the same content as traditional, on-campus classes and are taught by Morton College faculty. Activities such as group study sessions or field trips may be a part of some courses.

These online courses are credit courses. Online courses are taught through the Blackboard Learning Management System (LMS).

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