Study philosophy, law, history, politics, religion, psychology and arts to describe the human experience. Increase your success as a student and employee by developing analytic thinking skills. Learn the interconnection of knowledge and how it fits together.
- Stay current in your legal field
- Study cultures for a global perspective
- Shift perspective to consider other points of view and cultures
- Strengthen the local arts community
- Appreciate creativity
UPAR 111 Principles and simulated experience that demonstrates and develops fundamental skills that are associated with conducting court – civil and criminal hearings and trials, administrative hearings, mediation and arbitration, and settlement and plea negotiation. This course earns CEU and is valuable for individuals supporting the courts. This is a hybrid class that will meet in person and virtually on Saturdays from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm.
Using incorrect grammar leads to unclear communication and misinterpretation by a communication partner. We can all benefit from refreshing our grammar which will make listening and reading easier for others to understand.
Spanish In the Classroom
Spanish is spoken in 21 countries and the 4th most used language throughout the world. Helping students to learn Spanish is an effective way for students to prepare for a wider range of job opportunities and relationships. As an educator, the Spanish teacher improves their creativity, public speaking and classroom motivation making student learning enjoyable.
Teaching High School Students
Teaching adolescents prepares students far beyond the classroom curriculum. This course helps educators teach students to think, research, listen, collaborate, lead, be creative and innovative, and put forth consistent time and effort toward larger projects. The responsibility to develop citizens who can discern and think for themselves uses activities and subject content within the classroom and the skill of a high school teacher.
To Register For A Class
- Select your course
- Provide full name, physical address, phone number, email, DOB
- Pay and receive confirmation of enrollment
It's that easy to be on the path to learning what you want, when you want! Placement exams are rarely required. No residency requirements.
The credential you earn from Pima stacks up toward advanced certifications and degrees at Pima. Through our Prior Learning Assessment program, you can earn up to a semester’s worth of college credit, depending on your course of study at Pima. And if you already have an industry credential, it can convert into even more college credit at Pima.
Online Noncredit Courses and Degree Options
Personal Interest Short Courses
Partnering with Education to Go offers the opportunity for you to attend convenient and affordable ways to learn about hundreds of topics. 96% of our learners register for additional noncredit classes after attending one of our courses!
- Instructor facilitation or (many self-paced if you prefer)
- Online discussion areas
- 6 Weeks of instruction
- Accessible instructors
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In partnership with ed2go, we offer online open enrollment programs designed to provide the skills necessary to acquire professional level positions for many in-demand occupations.
Our programs are designed by a team of professionals from each respective field, providing you with effective web-based learning programs. Instructors/mentors are actively involved in your online learning experience, responding to any questions or concerns, as well as encouraging and motivating you to succeed.
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Degrees & Certificates
Pima's credit degrees and certificates will prepare you for a rewarding career—whether you're looking to start a career, want to upgrade your skills in your current career, or are planning to transfer to a university to complete your bachelor's degree.
Visit our Degrees & Certificates page to learn more about what Pima offers for you. Learn more about professional education programs at PIma:
Audit Credit Courses
Most courses are available for students interested in learning without earning credits. Noncredit registration in our credit classes begins three weeks prior to the first day of class.
Step 1: Search our credit schedule of classes.
Step 2: Select your section and call us at 520.206.4737 to complete your registration.
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