Transform Life

Mobilizing partnerships for transformative education

Job Training Courses, a subsidiary of Ed4Jobs, provides an extensive host of portable, mentor-supported eLearning and training content and wrap-around client services, including student assistance, certification, externship placement, accreditation, and e-commerce solutions.

University Partners

Regionally Accredited, Non-profit Institutions.

Auburn University was established in 1856 as the East Alabama Male College, 20 years after the city of Auburn's founding. In 1872, under the Morrill Act, the school became the first land-grant college in the South and was renamed the Agricultural and Mechanical College of Alabama. In 1899 the name again was changed, to the Alabama Polytechnic Institute. Finally, in 1960 the name of the school was changed to Auburn University, a title more in keeping with its location, and expressing the varied academic programs and larger curriculum of a major university.

Auburn University OPCE
The Office of Professional & Continuing Education makes the educational resources of Auburn University available for non-credit education programs and conferences designed to promote lifelong learning, regardless of age, interest, or location. Our programs fall into five general categories: Professional Development, Certificate Programs, Personal Enrichment, Auburn Youth Programs, and Conferences.

Auburn, Alabama

206 academic buildings, 427 total buildings, 1,841 acres

Enrollment, 2018-19 Academic Year
Total: 30,440
Undergraduate: 24,628
Graduate: 4,706
Professional: 1,106
Male: 50%
Female: 50%

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The Office of Extended Education and Community Development (EECD) is a dynamic partner with the Texas A&M University - Texarkana's region, offering advanced courses and professional certificates desired by employers nationwide and globally.

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